Project planning - Advanced Project Management Training
In accordance with BNAE RG 00041
This course is for those wishing to improve their project planning techniques and methods.
The course provides an integrated overview of current project planning techniques as they are implemented into project management software programs.
The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:
- Lectures and examples
- Individual exercises and case studies.
The key steps of planning a project. The techniques implemented in project management software and a demonstration through the use of the software itself.
Construction of the course of the project and the analysis of the planning through two approaches: by duration (or the work) or by the loads (or resources).
Critical path, negative margins, S-curve, smoothing, leveling, load scheduling, margin ordering.
Course level: Advanced
The course is for management professionals (managers or leaders) of important small or sub-projects and who are required to participate in medium to large-scale projects.
Polytechnician, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author of Crossknowledge modules on project management, and Highware International advisor.
- Cartographies of the different types of links between project tasks
- Overview of the types of links to build the course of the project
- Scheduling a project's tasks by duration
- Critical path
- Negative margin
- Dimensions of the assignment
- The S curve
- Case study - preparation of an industrial project
- Illustrations and practical work from software
- Consideration of resources and construction of load plans
- Construction of the schedule by the availability of resources
- Scheduling by load
- Scheduling by margins
- Illustration with project management software
EVALUATION OF THE COURSE AT DIFFERENT LEVELS
The course is subject to an evaluation process
(from the Kirkpatrick model) at four levels:
The so-called level I evaluation that allows trainees to express their feelings at the time.
As part of the Postgraduate Highware Program in Project Engineering (IPMA - International Project Management Association), this course is subject to a knowledge evaluation (known as level II), a standardized evaluation of group work (level III), and an evaluation of acquired skills (level IV).
For intra-company tools, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III evaluation, where specific implementation by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group.
INTRA course available
Suitable for groups
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: Cancelled - Upcoming date, please consult us.
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,200 excluding tax (20% VAT)