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MPC-012
Project management - 2021

Project risk engineering

BNAE certified Highware Training (Bureau de Normalisation de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espece, a standardization body in the field of aeronautics and space construction

OBJECTIVE :

This course is for those wishing to learn both the modern language and approaches in order to perform upstream analysis and downstream risk management of a project.

It provides an integrated overview of the current situation regarding project risk engineering and how to integrate it into the implementation of General Recommendation GR AERO 00039.

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:

  • Lectures with examples

Individual exercises, group work and case studies

GENERAL APPROACH :

The course is built around the BNAE General Recommendation GR AERO 00039 entitled Program Management - Recommendations for Implementing Risk Management.

Through the practical implementation of each step, learners gain a full understanding of recommendation GR AERO 00039 as well as the rigor required for projects in the fields of aeronautics, space and defense.

It integrates various qualitative and quantitative approaches and helps learners develop a critical approach to their implementation.

PREREQUISITE :

Course level : Advanced

The course is for those working in small-scale project or sub-project management who are moving to medium- or large-scale projects.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Gilles VALLET :

Polytechnic School Graduate, Project Engineer, Highware International Advisor, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author and teacher.

CONTENT :

  • Characterizing risk, two different approaches
    • Qualitative approach (avoidance, acceptance or transfer)
    • Quantitative approach (budget coverage)
  • Approaches to risk engineering
    • FMECA approaches using task descriptions
    • Contingency approaches to analytical appraisals
    • Global approaches: quantitative methods and qualitative methods
  • Integration of risk management into program management processes
    • Introduction to General Recommendation GR AERO 00039
  • The major categories of project risk
    • Introduction to General Recommendation GR AERO 00039
  • Upstream risk analysis
    • Qualitative analysis of effects (events to avoid)
    • Hierarchy of effects, researching the causes
    • Strategies for transfer, avoidance or acceptance
    • Quantitative analysis: risk probability analysis
  • Risk management during the project
    • Qualitative management to trigger actions at the right time
    • Quantitative management to ensure any budget extensions
  • Approaches to risk engineering

 

 

Evaluation of the course at different levels

The course is subject to an evaluation system

 (from the Kirkpatrick model) at four levels :

 

Level 1 is the satisfaction evaluation, which allows learners to express their feelings as and when.

The course is part of the Highware Postgrad in Project Engineering (IPMA - International Project Management Association). As such, it is subject to a Level II Assessment of Knowledge, a Standardized Assessment of Group Work (Level III), and a Prior Learning Assessment (Level IV).

For intra-company situations, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III assessment, where tangible application by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group.

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French :

TOULOUSE: 13 to 15 september 2021

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

€1,200 excluding tax (20% VAT)

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