Our Construction Planning and Project Controls training focusses on the systems, processes and procedures of undertaking construction planning throughout the project lifecycle, NOT on planning software "pushing buttons". The training is drawn from best practices in both contractor and client environments in delivering mega & complex programmes like London2012 Olympics, Crossrail & HS2 Programmes.
Our two-day CPD accredited (15 CPD hours) training is not focussed on planning software "pushing buttons" but on the systems, processes and procedures of undertaking construction planning throughout the project lifecycle.
Training is drawn from best practices in both contractor and client environments in delivering mega & complex programmes like London2012 Olympics, Crossrail & HS2 Programmes, using examples from them to demonstrate the application of integrated project controls.
Our training teaches construction delivery professionals (project managers, engineers, construction & site managers, planners, cost engineers) how to undertake construction planning with emphasis on an integrated approach to project controls hence enabling their organisations to enhance their project controls capability.
The training is also essential for Engineers that are keen to transition into planning and project controls and we also provide Primavera P6 training to facilitate this process.
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Day One - we cover the following:
- Introduction to Project Controls, Systems, Processes & Procedures
- Introduction to Project Planning
- Project Planning Process based on the PRINCE2 Model
- Schedule Narrative & Contents
- Use & Management of Milestones
- The Application of the NEC4 Contract Clauses in Managing the Programme
- Design Management Process & Planning including the use of Engineering Progress Performance Reports (EPPR)
- Tender/Procurement Process & Planning
Day Two - we cover the following:
- Consents & Permits
- Undertaking & Assurances
- Resource Levelling & Smoothing
- Delay & Forensic Schedule Analysis
- Change Management
- Risk Management and how to undertake Quantitative Schedule Risk Analysis (QSRA)
- Construction Programme
- Testing & Commissioning
- Asset Completion & Handover
- Programme Quality
- Earned Value Management
- Project Controls Reports
- Personal Skills required by a Planner
Candidates should have some knowledge of delivery of construction projects.
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