Critical Path Method & Scheduling Best Practices
Capelle a/d IJssel
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In a network schedule, you show the relations between the various activities in your project. In this module, you learn to understand the various types of activities and relations, and to use smart relations to set up an effective network schedule. You also learn to master the calculation method used to calculate the critical path (Critical Path Method) and floats. Milestones, constraints, lags and other network scheduling terms are covered. This module prepares you to use planning software in accordance with the best practices of network scheduling.
This module is part of the step Foundation of the Project Controls Programme.
- The various network relationships
- Calculation method for network scheduling
- Scheduling, floats and critical path
- Types of activities
- Resources and levelling
- Best Practice network scheduling and progress cycle
No specific prior knowledge is required for this training module. This training module is part of the Foundation. This course can also be followed separately.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 495,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.
- 13-07-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 29-09-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 03-11-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
I really enjoyed getting the theory behind the tools. Making the exercises together made the training interesting and could therefore keep my attention on it.
Milan, Werkvoorbereider, BAM Infra
Clear explanation. Good to practice a lot.
Peter, Thales Group
Good preparation and basis for working with MS Project
Teachers of this course
Stefan Hollak PhD
Marijn van Essen MSc
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