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Project Scheduling and Control

Free Webinar

Edith Cowan University School of Business and Law is running a free 30 minute webinar on project scheduling and controls.

Project Controls are critical to successful project delivery and provide the opportunity to clearly communicate what your project will do, when it will be done and to not only communicate the status of the project but also to forecast performance.

This webinar covers areas including:

  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) types and creation – an overview
  • Estimating techniques – how long, how much, how many
  • Network diagrams – linking the work and identifying the critical path
  • Critical path and Float – schedule to preserve cashflow without impacting delivery dates
  • Schedule creation – putting it all together and setting a baseline
  • Schedule compression – doing work more in less time
  • Progress reporting – metrics that count
  • Earned Value Management - simplified in 5 minutes
  • Project performance forecasting – using Earned Value Management
  • WBS - integration into project closeout

Join us for this session on Wednesday 29 July at 5:30pm – 6:30pm WST.

Bookings are essential and numbers are limited.Bookings are essential and numbers are limited. Book now

3-Day Course

This 3-day intensive executive education course will focus on industry standard scheduling techniques that are vital to projects. Without correct scheduling, nothing or nobody is managing the project and it will certainly fail.

Effective project scheduling plays a crucial role in ensuring project success

Why this course is for you

You may already be a project manager, or your role may have evolved to include such responsibilities, but you have never received formal training.

Arm yourself with knowledge that will change the way you approach your next project so that your professional reputation remains undamaged and you meet or exceed your stakeholder’s expectations.

Course overview

In this 3 day program you will learn how to keep projects on track, get accurate estimates relating to time and cost of the project’s activities, and discover how to set realistic time frames, assign resources appropriately and manage the resultant schedule.

Content includes:

  • Understanding the techniques and methods of project estimating
  • Developing a project schedule and budget
  • Understanding how to schedule with budget control and tracking
  • Learn the difference between traditional scheduling and newer techniques such as Critical Chain or Agile project management

Choose your study outcome

Professional Development

Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation at the successful completion of the 3-day intensive program.

Professional Development with University Credit

Participants who complete some additional work and assessments, at no extra cost, will be eligible for one unit of credit into ECU’s Graduate Certificate of Project Management – endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management.

Cost and inclusions

$2250 Inc. GST

  • 10% Discount for ECU staff and alumni and for multiple bookings from the same organisation
  • All resources required to complete the course are included, as well as lunch and morning/afternoon tea.

Dates and time

Thursday 6 August 2020, 8.30am - 4.30pm

Thursday 13 August 2020, 8.30am - 4.30pm

Thursday 20  August 2020, 8.30am - 4.30pm

Location

Joondalup campus, Building 2, Room 140

Further Information

Please contact the Executive Education team on execeducation@ecu.edu.au

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