Change Control & Claim Analysis

  • 1 day
  • Capelle a/d IJssel
  • Classical

Projects planning are subject to changes during the execution. Changes within a project’s original plan (the baseline) can take place, changes on the contract, or even on the original business case. In addition, an activity may have started later or some unexpected event may have occurred.  How do you deal with these changes and still keep control over the project? How do you prevent a change from becoming a conflict between, for example, the contractor and the owner, and how do you strengthen your position if it comes to a conflict?

These are the key questions addressed in the Change Control & Claim Analysis module.

This module is part of the specialization Claim of the Project Controls Programme.

Subjects

  • Contract & Baseline
  • Project administration
  • Change Control
  • Claim Management
  • Delay analysis techniques

Preliminary training

No specific requirements are needed. A general background in project management (Foundation) and experience in a planning tool is recommended.

Certificate

After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.

Pricing

€ 495,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.

Course dates

  • 12-12-2019 - Capelle a/d IJssel
  • I especially like to carry out classroom assignments.

    Teun, Planning Engineer, Shell

  • Awareness of the importance of good administration, registration and documentation was clearly expressed.

    Anonymous

Teachers of this course

  • Stefan Hollak PhD

Blogs on this topic

  • Recognizing the levels of change during project execution

    Each large construction project brings new challenges. One of the challenges from a project controls perspective is to manage changes. The objective of this blog is to create awareness of the different levels of change during project execution and gives a brief answer on the following question: Which type of changes are we dealing with?

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