Project Controls Programme
Capelle a/d IJssel
The Project Controls education programme takes place several times throughout the year, and educates you to become a Project Controls Engineer in three steps. The course is structured in such a way that the modules connect well with one another, and that participants attain the knowledge necessary to effectively master the profession. It is also possible to register for individual training courses of the programme.
Step 1: Learn the basic principles of Project Controls – Foundation
It is important to develop a solid understanding of the basics of the profession, the Foundation. What is Project Controls and why is the integrated approach important? How do you prepare an effective Work Breakdown Structure? Participants subsequently learn the basics of network scheduling, the critical path method and Scheduling Best Practices
- Principles of Project Controls
- Setting up an effective WBS
- Critical Path Method & Scheduling Best Practices
Step 2: Choose your planning tool – Tooling
The most effective tools for planning projects are Oracle Primavera P6 Professional and Microsoft Project. In the second step of the programme, the Tooling, you learn how to master project planning in the chosen planning tool, which includes learning how to apply Scheduling Best Practices in the tool.
Step 3: Specialize and learn more
The third step in the Project Controls training programme consists of four specialisations, in which participants develop their in-depth knowledge. However, the Primaned Academy also offers the flexibility to design your own course programme by selecting specific training modules.
In the Risk specialisations, participants learn how to integrate project risks into the planning. The Cost specialisations focuses on the integration of planning and costs, with a major role for the Earned Value Management reporting and management method.
The Information specialisations covers preparing an integrated schedule, the relationship between different stakeholders, and setting up effective means of communication in your projects and organisation.
In the Claim specialisations, you learn how to deal with changes to the project and how claims can be calculated using Delay Analysis
- Specialization Risk:
- Specialization Cost:
- Specialization Information:
- Specialization Claim:
When at least 2 steps are completed, the participant is invited to the Project Scheduling Game, which has been developed together with IÉSEG School of Management. After this the participants receive a certificate form the Primaned Academy.
Do you want to registrate for this programme, with at least step 1 and 2? Complete the registration form below. The start date is the next opportunity to start this programme. The end date is when the Project Scheduling Game is scheduled. We will contact you as soon as possible to discuss this programme with you.
No specific requirements needed for this programme. Please notice that we provide the training at HBO level.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
The programme is offered in three variants of planning tool module: with Oracle Primavera P6 Professional, with Microsoft Project, or with both planning tools.
The full training costs € 5940.00 (12 days of training) for the variant with Microsoft Project as tooling, and € 6930.00 (14 days of training) for the variant with Oracle Primavera P6 Professional.
- 28-09-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 02-11-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 01-02-2021 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 29-04-2021 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 13-09-2021 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 08-10-2020 - Capelle a/d IJssel
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