Learn the basics of project scheduling using network-based scheduling methodologies and learn fundamental legal, contractual, and managerial aspects related to project scheduling.
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This course is suitable for professionals undertaking the following roles:
- Project team member
- Project administrator
- Project analyst
- Project assistant
- Project coordinator
- Project officer
- Small business operator in a wide range of industries
- Project records officer
- Project support
- Communications liaison
- Contracts officer
- Estimator and scheduler
- Quality officer
- Determine the duration, effort, sequence and dependencies of tasks from the scope definition as the basis for the project schedule.
- Select and use methods, techniques and tools, within delegated authority, to determine preferred schedule, time management plan/s, resource allocation and financial requirements.
- Obtain agreement to the schedule from relevant project authority and communicate this agreement to stakeholders to provide the basis for measurement of progress.
- Implement mechanisms to measure, record and report progress of activities in relation to the agreed schedule and plans.
- Conduct ongoing analysis of options to identify variances and to forecast the impact of changes to the schedule.
- Review progress throughout the project life cycle and implement agreed schedule changes to ensure consistency
- with changing scope, objectives and constraints related to time and resource availability.
- Develop responses to perceived, potential or actual schedule changes, ensure agreement by a higher project authority, and implement to maintain project objectives.
- Review project outcomes from available records and information to determine the effectiveness of time management activities.
- Identify and document time management issues and recommended improvements, and pass on to relevant project authority for application in future projects
- Face to face or Virtual trainer delivered one (1) day course.
- Undertake individual and group led activities to support practical application
- Includes additional reference resources.
- Students receive certificate of completion at end of course
- Understanding the project scope statement
- Develop delivery strategy and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Determining Milestones and Activities
- Sequencing Activities
- Activity Resource Estimating
- Duration Estimating
- Schedule Development
- Schedule Monitoring and Control.
||Cost (AUD - incl. GST)
|24024 Public Introduction to Project Scheduling Apr 2024
||24 April 2024
||09:00 am - 05:00 pm