Introduction to Project Planning

Introduction to Project Planning Objectives Delegates will be given an understanding of the current techniques used in project planning. This will be reinforced using practical exercises to illustrate the processes involved. PARTICIPANT This program is designed for project planning engineers and managers, senior project control and business services professionals who have the responsibility for planning and controlling projects. Course Content: Foreword Project Planning Why Plan Planning The Plan The Plan Feedback Cycle Conclusion Network Techniques History and Development Bar Charts Formats and Methods Precedence Networks Defining Activities or Tasks Using Milestones Naming Tasks Defining Duration’s Defining Dependencies Understanding Predecessor/Successor relationships Correctly Identifying Link Types Conventions Preparing and Maintaining a Plan Preparing The Outline Network List Activities for Each Phase Establish Logical links Drawing The Network Critical Path Analysis Handling and Understanding Float Using Calendars Resource Needs and Allocation Resource Costs Evaluating the Schedule and Communicating the Plan Schedule Evaluation Project Dates Reviewing Task Order, Relationships and Constraints Resource Work and Costs The Importance of Project Baselines Communicating...
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MASTERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT BASED ON THE 5TH EDITION OF PMBOK® GUIDE

MASTERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT BASED ON THE 5TH EDITION OF PMBOK® GUIDE The benefit after completing this course the participants will have a better knowledge & skill on Project Management in accordance with International Management Standards. Course Overview Managing Projects is an essential foundation course and a great starting point for you development in project management. Gain the skills, knowledge and tools you need to start running each stage of the project life-cycle. You will learn to work within organizational and cost constraints and set goals tied directly to stakeholder needs. Get the most from your team and learn to utilize project management tools to get work done on time and within budget. Learn a comprehensive and thorough approach to project management – from the early stage of defining project requirements – to developing work breakdown structures, project change control and closeout. Objectives : This course examines project management roles and environments, the project life cycle and various techniques of work planning, and control and evaluation to...
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