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PROJ 219: Project Control and Closing

Date:   May 22, 2019 - May 23, 2019
Time:   8:30 AM (MDT)
Location:  

SCMA AB Office


100 - 10525 170 St NW
Edmonton, AB

Price:   $520 Member & Non-member

Time:   8:30am – 4:30pm


Supply Chain Management Association Alberta (SCMA AB) in association with Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), offers courses in leading to SAIT’s Applied Project Management Certificate.  

In order for a project to be properly executed, critical and processes are required to ensure the project adheres to approved scope, time, cost, and quality baselines. This workshop, based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) latest PMBOK® Guide, focuses on overall project change control, scope control and verification, schedule control, cost control, earned value management, quality control, and risk monitoring and control. Because projects rarely go exactly as planned, we’ll cover effective preventative and corrective actions as well. You will also learn the importance of properly closing a project from an administrative and human resource point of view.

Module 1:       Monitoring and Controlling the Project Work

  • Apply proven tools and techniques for monitoring and controlling project work.
  • Use a structured process for managing changes on a project.

Module 2:       Controlling Project Quality and Validating Scope

  • Explain the tools and techniques commonly used to control quality.
  • Choose the types of activities to perform to gain formal acceptance of project deliverables.

Module 3:       Controlling Project Scope, Schedule and Cost

  • Apply tools and techniques commonly used to control project scope.
  • Use tools and techniques commonly used to control the project schedule.
  • Practice tools and techniques commonly used to control project cost.
  • Summarize tools and techniques commonly used to control project resources.

Module 4:       Controlling Information Flows, Procurements and Closing the Project.

  • Assess effectiveness of project communications and stakeholder engagement approach.
  • Outline the important concerns for controlling project procurements.
  • Determine how to properly bring closure to a project contract and a project or phase.


Instructor: Cindy Kennedy

Cindy Kennedy is a senior project management consultant specializing in strategic technology and business process management projects. Cindy’s primary focus is assisting organizations in the planning and successful implementation of challenging programs and projects for strategic results. Specific areas of expertise include program/project management, project performance measurement, business process improvement, and organizational change management.


NOTE:
 meals will NOT be provided during this course.

CPD Points: 10


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