This two day event consolidates and expands on effective project planning and control taught in the Foundation Course. Effective planning and control requires an understanding of a clear project definition, supported by a robust approach to planning the project. This, in turn requires the selection and use of appropriate scheduling techniques which are supported by rigorous monitoring for effective proactive control. A sound basis for effective record keeping will facilitate the understanding of lessons learned which supports continuous improvement, thus adding value to organisational aspirations and objectives.
APMG International Project Planning and Control (TM) Practitioner
Delegates attending this course will need to have attended and successfully passed the Foundation examination. Delegates are required to provide proof of passing the Foundation examination. Delegates are also required to bring a form of photographic identification to show the invigilator. Failure to bring either proof of passing Foundation or photographic identification may result in not being able to sit the examination. Should you have any questions, please contact QA Exam Administration by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 44(0) 1793 696162
Delegates are required to have a copy of the APM Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control Manual. This would have been provided on the Foundation course - otherwise, the ISBN is: 978-1-903494-44-8. Delegates must bring this book with them to the course. This 353 page document is the basis for the course as well as the Practitioner Exam. Ideally delegates will have read this document but they must be familiar with the entire book.
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Project Planning and Control