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Complete Project Management Program - Preparing for PMP®, PSP and PMI-SP® Certificates – Certified Program

Project Management Training Courses in Doha - Qatar

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Date: 5 November 2017 - 16 November 2017
Course ID: 703/2017
Duration: 12 Days
Fee US $ + VAT: 5500 US$
Venue: Doha / Qatar
Category: Project Management

Introduction:

Week one:

Since 1956, AACE International (the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering) has

provided its members with the resources they need to enhance their performance and ensure

continued growth and success.

The AACE International program's intent is to recognize specialists who meet a demanding set of

planning and scheduling criteria. The PSP certification will distinguish you as a Planning and

Scheduling Professional who has the knowledge and skills that impact the bottom line.

AACE's PSP certification provides an exam and experience validation that lets employers identify

those who meet the program’s competency standards.

Week two:

Today’s ever-changing business environment requires new approaches to Project Management,

which has become an important tool for dealing with time-to-market, resources, limitations,

downsizing and global competition. As markets and project organizations become more dynamic,

administrative and technical skills alone are no-longer sufficient to deal with the complexities of

modern project undertakings. In recent years, the Project Management Professional Certification

(PMP)® from the Project Management Institute “PMI” has become the most sought after certification

in the world of project management professionals. This course has been designed as per the

PMBOK® Guide to prepare the candidates to go for and pass the PMP®

Objectives:

Week one:

The first week will provide participants with a thorough background in the concepts of Planning and

Scheduling Engineering and Construction projects. The course addresses how to identify, monitor,

and balance information crucial for the successful management of projects. It will discuss the

development of a baseline performance management plan (PMP) for the project that will allow the

efficient compilation and the timely generation of quantitative performance comparisons. . The

comparisons highlight significant performance departures ("actual vs. baseline") and allow for

preventive and early remedial and corrective actions. The Practical sessions will provide hands-on

experience. Workshops create and track sample project from planning phase till controlling phase

(updating).



Week two:

Understand the nature and tricks of the PPM Exam.

Understand the new concept of Project Management created by PMI.

Understand the whole areas of knowledge in the PMBOK® Guide which includes: Integration Management, Scope management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Communications Management Risk

Management, Procurement Management and Stakeholder Management and correlate them with the processes groups of project management in addition to the Professional and Social Responsibility.



Practice for the Exam.

Determine the gap areas that the candidates may have.

Develop Confidence

Tips for the Exam

Who should attend:

This course is targeted for Project Managers, program Managers, Planners and engineers how are or

will be involved in planning and managing projects where schedule, cost and performance of projects

must meet rigid requirements in the areas of engineering, production, data processing, research and

development, construction, corporate planning, finance and marketing.

Daily Outlines:

Week one

Day #1

-Course Introduction

o Nature of the PSP Exam

o Test procedure

o Application Process and Requirements

o The Nature and Type of Questions

-Introduction to Project Management Fundamentals Project definitions and characteristics Project life cycles and Project Management life cycle

-Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS) & Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS) Work breakdown structure (WBS)& work packages and Activity Identification

-Time Management environment

-Network planning tools and techniques

-Estimating Durations Program Evaluation and review Technique (PERT)

-Critical path method (CPM)

-Monte Carlo Simulation

-Working with Activities

-Activity Types (milestone –Level of effort..)

-Workshops



Day #2

-Activity on Arrow (AOA) Networks

-Activity Logic

-Activity on Arrow (AOA) Schedule calculations

-Logic error and problems

-Schedule compression techniques

-Crashing and Fast Tracking

-Solved Examples

-Workshops on Arrow Diagram Method



Day #3

-Precedence Diagram Method (PDM) / Activity on Node (AON) -------Schedule Development Calculations

-Constraints Types

-Working with Calendars

-Activity Splitting

-Update the Schedule

-Professional Project Reports

-Solved Examples

-Workshops on Precedence Diagram Method



Day #4

-Resources Allocation

-Working with control Accounts

-Setting Up a Cost Account Structure

-Producing Resource Usage Profile

-Analyzing Resources and Costs

-Performance Measurement Reports

-Earned Value Management

-Project Risk Management -----Multiple Key parties in Real Project environment

-Workshops



Day #5

-Real 5 Hours Exam simulation

Week two

o Introduction

o Pre-assessment

o Project Management Framework

-Definitions

-Project Management Context

-Organizational Influences on Project Management

-Project Management Process Groups

o Project Management Skills

-Project Management Knowledge Competency

-Project Management Performance Competency --------Personal Competency

o Test your knowledge 1

o Project Management Initiation Process Group

-Develop Project Charter Identify Stakeholders

o The role of the Project Management Team in Initiating the Project / Phase.

o Test your knowledge 2

o Project Management Planning Process Group

-Develop Project Management Plan

-Plan Scope Management

-Collect Requirements

-Define scope

-Create Work Breakdown Structure

-Plan Schedule Management

-Define Activities Sequence Activities

-Estimate Activity Resources

-Estimate Activity Duration

-Develop Schedule

-Estimate Cost

-Define Budget

-Plan Quality Management ----------Develop Human Resource Plan

-Plan Communications Management

-Plan Risk Management

-Identify Risks

-Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

-Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

-Perform Risk Response Planning

-Plan Procurements Plan Stakeholder Management

o The role of the Project Management Team in Planning the Project / Phase.

o Test your knowledge 3

o Project Management Executing Process Group

-Direct & Manage Project Execution

-Perform Quality Assurance

-Acquire Project Team

-Develop Project Team

-Manage Project Team

-Manage Communications

-Conduct Procurement Manage Stakeholder Engagement

o The role of the Project Management Team in Executing the Project / Phase

Management Plan.

o Test your knowledge 4

o Project Management Monitoring & Controlling Process group

-Monitor & Control Project Work”

-Perform Integrated Change Control

-Validate Scope”

-Control Scope

-Control Schedule

-Control Costs Control Quality

-Control Communications Control Risks

-Control Procurements

o The role of the Project Management Team in Monitoring & Controlling the Project /

Phase Work

o Test your knowledge 5

o Project Management Closing Process Group

-Close Project / Phase “

-Close Procurement

o The role of the Project Management Team in closing the Project / Phase Work

o Factors affecting Projects Success & Lessons Learned

o Professional & Social Responsibility

-Core Values

-Responsibility --Respect

-Fairness -

Honesty

-Mandatory Standards

-Aspiration Standards

o Test your knowledge 6

o Final Assessment

o Wrap Up & Course Close Out

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