Planning & Scheduling Advanced Applications – 1 Day
This one-day course is designed for those who have completed Planning & Scheduling Basics (Fundamentals) and for the schedule practitioner and department and project managers having total cost management objectives. Topics covered include the review of schedule usage as a management tool; intermediate and advanced scheduling techniques; and the differences between status, progress, performance measurement, calculations, and reporting. Managing resources to arrive at an effective and efficient number to accomplish work within a given time frame is taught. An overview of Earned Value and Performance Measurement are also presented.
You will find out just how important timely and accurate information requirements are (such as progress, change orders, and logic revisions for updating and revising schedules), learn to define and develop work breakdown structures and code sets for resource assignments and control, learn how to use cost and time relationships for evaluations of crashing or stretching work plans, and examine the use of schedules in contract delay claim analysis situations. This session presents intensive training of detailed explanations of the differences between status, progress, performance measurements, calculations, and reporting are provided.
Each participant receives a comprehensive workbook prepared by ACM.
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ACM offers quantity discounts, please contact ACM for 4 or more attendees.