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Project Management & Controls

Project Management and Project Controls short courses

Project Document Managers Course

Who is it for?

This is an initial training programme for Document Managers and potential Document Managers. Participants will already be experienced Document Controllers and familiar with carrying out the activities of document management. They should have a minimum of two to three years’ experience, preferably on two or three different projects covering different aspects of the project life cycle.

Course content

During the course the following content will be addressed:

  • Project lifecycle and contract types
  • Role of document management
  • Types of documents to be controlled
  • Quality, legal and contractual requirements
  • Methods and tools for controlling documents
  • Types of procedures and workflows needed
  • Document communication and distribution
  • Changing procedures to suit project changes
  • Project reporting and records
  • Configuration management
  • Project handover and closeout
  • Using KPIs to improve the function
  • Using lessons learned processes

Benefits

On completion of the course learners should be able to:

  • Understand the project life cycle and the role and function of document management.
  • Understand the procedures which need to be written at the start of a project and the factors to be considered when writing them.
  • Understand how to run document management on a project from a technical perspective (ie not Leadership).
  • Understand the requirements for project closure and handover.

Additional info

Course Duration:

The course is delivered as a bespoke training course in a training room environment and consists of four half-day modules which can be delivered as a two day course or split as appropriate. There are assignments to be completed by delegates before and after the course.

Certification

Those who successfully complete the course and assignments will receive a Certificate of Achievement; at the request of the Industry Working Group there is no certificate of attendance for the course.

Introduction to Project Controls

Who is it for?

Personnel who require an introduction to the role of Project Controller or those practitioners with little or no formal training in the subject.

Course content

The course provides a comprehensive and detailed insight into the fundamentals of project control including planning, estimating and cost engineering.

It is equally applicable to either onshore or offshore environments.

Benefits

Organisation

  • Ensures delegates attain a sound foundation in project control tools and techniques.
  • ECITB Certification adds quality to company reputation and in tenders.
  • Employee motivation.

Individual

  • Learning with an ECITB training provider within a cohort of students.
  • Improved confidence and capability in the role.

Additional info

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Project Management and Project Controls Short Courses

Managing risk as part of a team

Who is it for?

This introductory one day workshop teaches anyone within a project team how they can participate in effective project risk management.

Course content

The course is structured as follows:

  • Introduction to the workshop
  • Why projects fail or succeed
  • Introduction to risk
  • The risk management plan
  • Risk identification
  • Risk identification exercise
  • Risk assessment (including human factors)
  • Risk assessment exercise
  • Prioritisation of risks
  • Planning risk responses
  • Planning risk responses exercise
  • Implementation (including risk ownership)
  • Lessons captured (from post project review)
  • Summary and personal development

Benefits

  • Appreciate the importance of the need for risk management to ensure project success.
  • Recognise risk management is all about making conscious decisions.
  • Gain a common understanding of the risk management process.
  • Converse in common language across the project team.
  • Recognise their specific role in the team and the part they play is an integral part of the entire plan.
  • Understand the practical implementation of the risk management plan.

Additional info

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Project Management and Project Controls Short Courses

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