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PMG-INTERNATIONAL PROJECT PLANNING & CONTROL™ (PPC) TRAINING

PMG-International Project Planning & Control™ (PPC) training
Course Code LSBE/PRO/AMPG-IPC
Duration 1-3 Days
Level Professional Certification Programmes
Pedagogy Blended | On Campus | Online
Project Planning & Control supports the publication of the APM's guide, ‘Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control – The Practical Project Management of Time, Cost and Risk.’ It provides guidance and best practice for project planning and control and is applicable across all industries and sectors.

A successful Practitioner candidate will have demonstrated that they have achieved sufficient understanding of the theory and application of the tools and techniques to allow them to work successfully in a Project Support team environment.

  •  Planning & Scheduling
  •  Breakdown Structures
  •  Dependency Management
  •  Handover and Closure
  •  Scheduling
  •  Types of Schedules
  •  Building the Schedule
  •  Critical Path Analysis
  •  Time Analysis
  •  Duration Estimates
  •  Resources
  •  Communicating the Schedule
  •  Project Baselines and Baselining Principles
  •  Performance Reporting
  •  Variance Analysis
  •  Resource Monitoring
  •  Earned Value Analysis (EVA)
  •  Cost Control
  •  Short-term Planning
  •  Change Control
  •  Forensic Analysis
  •  Record Keeping
  •  Earned Value Management
  •  Risk Management
  • This course would benefit:
  •  Planning Managers & Engineers
  •  Project Control Managers & Engineers.
  •  Cost Engineers.
  •  Project Managers
  • This is an intensive three-day course that includes the following:

  •  All accompanying course material
  •  The Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control – The Practical Project Management of Time, Cost and Risk manual
  •  The cost of the PPC Foundation examination (taken within the duration of the course)

  • By attending this course, you will learn:

  •  The approaches and techniques used to plan and close a project
  •  The selection and use of appropriate scheduling techniques
  •  The practices used for rigorous monitoring to enable proactive control of the project
  •  The basis for good record keeping, which also facilitates the virtuous feedback and learning cycle
  •  The approaches and key products used to gain a clear definition of a project
  •  The scheduling techniques and appropriate presentation of the outputs
  •  The management of risk in the planning, execution and evaluation of a project
  •  The practices and data used for rigorous monitoring to enable proactive control of the project