There are no obligatory conditions for this Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Practitioner training course. But delegates must attend Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Foundation Training course.
The Knowledge Academy's Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Practitioner training course is ideal for anyone wishing to gain project planning and controlling skills. However, it will be more beneficial for:
- Planning Managers and Engineers
- Project Control Managers and Engineers
- Cost Engineers
- Project Managers
- Project Support Team Members
Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Practitioner Course Overview
Planning, monitoring, and control are the crucial perspectives of project management, and if executed to perfection, it can increase projects' success rates. Project planning and control include initiating, controlling, monitoring, interacting, and closing project schedules and costs. This Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Practitioner Training will enhance the organisation's efficiency to manage project's compatibly and ensure efficient delivery of the products. This specially tailored training will improve individuals' skills in providing quality transparency and accuracy of project reporting, which will help them to enhance their careers on a high level.
In this 2-day Project Planning and Control™ (PPC) Practitioner training course, delegates will learn to identify the key elements required for good project planning, scheduling, monitoring, and control, including the business case and the management of scope and requirements and stakeholders. They will also learn about determining activities, outputs, and roles involved in developing and maintaining the plans required throughout the project's life. Delegates will understand performance analysis methods of progress monitoring, documenting changes in the risk budget, initial evaluation of the change request, etc. We provide highly skilled and experienced trainers for conducting the training, so our delegates get the best knowledge of the subject they aim at.
This training course will cover various essential concepts, such as:
- Works Information (WI)
- Statement of Work (SOW)
- Characteristics of common estimating methods
- Advantages and disadvantages of target schedules
- Different approaches to produce duration estimates for the project
- Monitoring and control of a project
After attending this course, delegates will be able to identify, analyse and distinguish between the appropriate and inappropriate use of key concepts relating to the definition of a project within a given project scenario. They will also be able to determine various elements of schedule design that should be included in the project schedule and ways to use them effectively.