Project Planning And Control — A 2 day course
Planning, monitoring and controlling are the fundamental building blocks of effective project management. This 2 day project management course provides individuals with the essential information required to enable them to better plan and control projects.
By the end of this course delegates will be able to:
- Have enhanced and improved their existing planning skills
- Have become familiar with the techniques to ensure effective planning and control
- Have practised the tools and techniques by applying these to a project scenario
This course is suitable for anyone involved in the detailed planning, monitoring and control of a project's activities or who is generally interested in the core processes of project management.
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.
Introductions and Expectations
An opportunity to familiarise delegates with the course content, desired outcomes and individual requirements
Delegates will discuss the definition of a project and how an idea or opportunity is turned into a project
This session looks at Risk Management Method, Business Risk, Risk Workshops and Risk Monitoring
Work Breakdown Structures
Delegates will become familiar with the process of developing the WBS, the basic principles of project stages, and the definition of deliverables
Planning and Estimating
This session discusses the need to establish a baseline plan to achieve project objectives and enable monitoring and control activities. This includes fundamental techniques that can be used to enable efficient utilisation of resources during the project lifecycle whilst ensuring that time constraints are satisfied. In particular networks and critical path analysis are covered
In this session delegates look at project monitoring and control methods to ensure controlled progress against the plan. This will include feedback mechanisms, and change control