The course present the importance of project controls and how to properly measure the project performance. Using the leading method, Earned Value Management, team members can communicate the project status, progress, trend, and forecast transparently and with confidence. measure are robust and can be used both parties, clients and contractors. With clear definition of the WBS, and informed method of analysis, participants can professionally calculate each and every parameters for the project performance. Participants will apply each and every step by hand, so that they will understand the meaning of each EMV figure. Graphs will used a lot in this session in order to visually deliver the overall project performance, and how the overall budget is expensed. Participants will have the chance to work on Earned Value Professional (EVP) simulation exam in order to assess their knowledge and proficient in order to prepare for the real AACEI (EVP) exam.
Anyone who deals and works with projects controls and reporting. This includes, but not limited to project/program manager, team lead, cost account manager, financial and schedule control staff, program manager, and chief project officer, project Engineer, team leader, supervisor, project administrator, technical lead, business analyst, functional manager, IT professional, product manager, and all Individuals need to learn how to control project and prepare performance measurement reports using the Earned Value Management method. In addition, those who are interested to set for the Earned Value Professional (EVP) examination offered by (The Association of the Advancement of Cost Engineering International, AACEI), this course will provide jump start and all needful to pass the EVP from the first attempt.