Project Cost Planning & Control
Capelle a/d IJssel
How do you progress from a cost estimate to a budget for your project? How do you manage the costs of your work packages based on a Cost Breakdown Structure and Control (Cost) Accounts? What can you do with Cash Flow statistics? These questions are answered in the Project Cost Planning & Control module. Attention is also devoted to the basic financial knowledge required for Cost Control in an integrated schedule. The Earned Value Management module connects well with this module.
This module is part of the specialization Cost of the Project Controls Programme.
This training can be followed remote and in a classroom. Please indicate your preferences on the registration form. Read about the plan of remote training.
- Cost Breakdown Structure and Control Accounts
- Basic financial knowledge to Cost Control
- Cost Estimates
- Cost Control (control and follow-up)
This training module can be completed without specific prior knowledge. A general background in project controls (the Foundation) and experience with a planning tool are recommended. This training module is part of the Cost specialisation. 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.
- 19-11-2021 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 21-03-2022 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 23-05-2022 - Capelle a/d IJssel
- 31-10-2022 - Capelle a/d IJssel
Very instructive training on how to budget and how to monitor this.
Rebecca, Project Planner, Royal Van Lent Shipyards
Very good, thorough and applicable.
Pieter, Project Planner, Primaned Projectadvies
Teachers of this course
drs. Euan Samuels Brusse
Marijn van Essen MSc
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