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AVENEW Indonesia Project Management Training Syllabus

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AVENEW Indonesia differentiation is in its focused business model and its specialized Management Consultancy service portfolio and after sales services that makes AVENEW Indonesia a unique, credible, …

AVENEW Indonesia differentiation is in its focused business model and its specialized Management Consultancy service portfolio and after sales services that makes AVENEW Indonesia a unique, credible, unbiased service provider.

Training
1. Project Management
a. Project Management Fundamentals
b. Applied Project Management
c. IT Project Management
d. Construction Project Management
e. Project Management for EPC Project
f. Project Management for Property Industry
g. Project Management for Banking Industry
h. Project Management Feasibility Study
i. Global Project Management
2. Risk Management
a. Risk Management Essentials
b. Risk Management Workshop
3. PMI Credentials Exam Preparation
a. PMP Exam Preparation
b. CAPM Exam Preparation
c. PMI-RMP Exam Preparation
4. Project Management Software
a. Primavera P6
b. Microsoft Project

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  • 1. Your Professional Management Solution AVENEW courses provide not only knowledge and project management and putting together knowledge and skills to solve the problems. Each AVENEW training program is created from real experience managing real projects across various industries from Information Technology and Telecommunication to Building and Construction, Oil, Gas and Mining, Financial Institutions, Education and Infrastructure. This provides you the great opportunity to create a personal network and your professional solution to share experiences, innovations, ideas, We also provide coaching model to deliver real results. AVENEW continues to work with you long after your training course is completed, helping embed lessons learned in the workplace and training investment. All of our instructors have a deep conceptual understanding of their variety of products to meet individual and corporate training needs. For in-house corporate training, we offer: Cost savings: Considering employees are located on-site, you employees. You also have the option to enroll as many employees you enroll above 7 employees. Convenient and hours to suit your business needs, early morning/nights/ weekends. It’s your training – it’s your choice! High return on investment: Increased productivity and lower retention rates. Customized training: Getting a group together allows all of the training and learning to be focused on the company and can discuss real and current examples. Creativity With a combination of creativity and state-ofthe-art tools, thinking and practices, we deliver different strategy to improve knowledge and skills. We are not just being simple, because anybody can plan weird. It is easy! What’s is hard is to be simple. Our services are designed to be awesomely simple that is called creativity. Integrity Our clients appreciate the best result. Our team always tries to do our best each and every day. We believe that personal integrity is as important as executive skill in delivering services and the trustworthiness, transparency, fairness and respect for others are we called integrity. Excellence We provide excellence service in project management training and consulting. We deliver service excellence through quality, passion and the ability to add value through creative innovation and excellent performance. Our team is project management professional that has more than 10 years experience as well as project management Creativity | Integrity | Excellence Why AVENEW?
  • 2. www.avenew-indonesia.com What We DO Our training program build on our real experience across a wide variety of industries, project types and project management challenges. Our training program includes: Project Management Fundamental Applied Project Management IT Project Management Construction Project Management Project Management for EPC Project Project Management for Property Industry Project Management for Banking Industry Project Management Feasibility Study Global Project Management Risk Management CAPM® Exam Preparation PMP® Exam Preparation PMI-RMP® Exam Preparation Primavera P6 Microsoft Project Basic Project Management Project management is an art and science. It can’t be mastered with book knowledge alone, but requires real–world practice and skills. All of our basic project management training courses offer basic and tune their skills. Instruction is tied directly to the methods and practices advocated by PMI in its Guide to a Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® beyond the book to look at the realities of project management. designed to meet the needs of these experienced professionals. Advance training courses take your real–world project management experience and translate it to the methods and terminology of PMI. Specialty Project Management Project Managers touch many elements of systems and software development projects, so they need a variety of tools for success. Our specialty courses are what separate us from the competition in the world of project management training. These courses focus on unique niche Basic Advance Specialty
  • 3. Project Management Fundamental In this comprehensive course, you will get a solid understanding of project management. You will be introduced to the project management life cycle and key project management concepts of constraints, stakeholders, scope, risk, and communication. You will learn the foundation, tools and techniques to manage each phase of project life cycle, how to initiate, plan and execute project that meets project objectives and customer needs. Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course provides a step-by-step to planning, executing and monitoring & controlling a project and combine with best practices and case study. During class, project management theory will be combined with practical, best practices and case study workshops. Only thirty percent of class time is used to learn about methodologies, tools & techniques, and put practical skills into context. The remaining class time will be dedicated to experiencebased skills development. www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn skills, concepts, methodologies, tools and techniques that covers scope, time, cost, quality, human resource and risk. phase of project life cycle control and monitoring system to ensure a successful outcome Course Outline Introduction to Project Management: Advantages of using formal Project Management; What is project and why project management; Project life cycle; Project constraints; Key stakeholders; Project management process groups; Project Management Knowledge Areas. Project Initiation upon, Realistic) objectives. Project Planning: Scope planning; Work breakdown structure; Estimating; Schedule planning; Network diagram; Schedule development; Project management planning software; Cost planning; Quality planning; Responsibility matrix; Resource leveling; Communication planning; Risk planning; Procurement planning; Stakeholder planning. Project Implementation: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Project Closeout: Scope validation and customer acceptance; Contract closeout and administrative closure; Collecting lesson learned. Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 4.000.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 4. Applied Project Management In this course, you will be introduced to the core knowledge required around project management skills and key initiatives for quality, human resource, communications, risk management, and procurement management. www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course will build new competencies and skills to complete an extensive, realistic, project case study. This course is designed to master the core principles of skills, concepts, methodologies, tools and techniques You will propose, plan and execute a full-scale project under typical phase of project life cycle participants and each team member will take a turn as project manager, control and monitoring system to ensure a successful outcome that covers scope, time, cost, quality, human resource and risk. to the project success. Follow your project through the life cycle, resolving issues of performance, scheduling and control as you address questions of leadership and management. Course Information At the conclusion of the course, you will provide a closing presentation to the project sponsor that includes a thorough review of the results, lessons learned, and recommendations for improvements. Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Course Outline The Foundation Project Management: Project management framework; project life cycle; project management knowledge areas; what is project and why project management; Project constraints; Project charter; Project stakeholders Develop Project Plan: Seven steps of successful planning; Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); Develop schedule; Determine budget; Develop quality and methods; Plan human resources and communication; Managing the risk; Plan procurement; Plan stakeholders Managing the Project: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. Case Studies: Managing risk occurred; Managing project team; Dealing Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 5. IT Project Management www.avenew-indonesia.com In the current competitive economic environment, IT projects meet unique or cost overruns. IT means different things to different people. This course is designed to show you how to manage an IT project successfully, phaseby-phase, step-by-step, from proposal through deployment, operations and support; manage complex IT projects with a minimum of resources and this course is NOT an academic discussion of project management theory. This course presents the root causes of project failure, IT Project Lifecycle, Methodology and Project Management processes, techniques, tips and tools. You will learn techniques to determine customer requirements, set goals effective project management methods, techniques, tips and tools to get work done on time and within budget to ensure IT project success. Course Outline IT Project Management Overview: Project management framework; IT project management characteristics; Common causes of the failure of IT projects; Critical success factors for IT projects; IT project life cycle; Project processes What you will learn Initiating Phase: Selecting and funding IT projects; Project stakeholders’ charter. : Identify customer requirements; Develop a requirements traceability methodology. : Key components of project plan; Create a work breakdown structure; Develop schedule; Estimate resources and cost; Create risk management plan and risk responses; Describe subsidiary management plans including communications, procurement, quality and stakeholder. : Quality assurance, testing and audits; Team development; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Develop and use change request methodology. : Key activities of transition phase; Understand the “go-live” transition; Develop scope validation and customer acceptance strategies. IT projects schedules using proven techniques project failure and problems of IT Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 4.000.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 6. Construction Project Management www.avenew-indonesia.com Construction project management concerns the setting-up, planning, time and technology. The course encourages your intellectual and personal development by providing you with a body of knowledge and industrial experience. In this course, you will be introduced to the core knowledge required around project management skills and key initiatives for quality, human resource, communications, risk management, and procurement management. Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course will build new competencies and skills to complete an extensive, realistic, project case study. This course is designed to master the core principles of skills in managing and executing construction project. What you will learn Course Outline The Foundation Project Management: Project management framework; project life cycle; project management knowledge areas; what is project and why project management; Project constraints; Project charter; Project stakeholders common terminology of the construction industry, processes and Develop Project Plan: Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); Develop schedule; Determine budget; Develop quality and methods; Plan human resources and communication; Managing the risk; Plan procurement; Plan stakeholders, Plan project health, safety and environment; Plan project and manageable project plan Managing the Project: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. Case Studies: Managing risk occurred; Managing project team; Dealing with and develop project safety and how it impacts to Course Information Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 7. Project Management for EPC Project EPC projects face many challenges to stay in the competitive world despite of the efforts made towards compressing activities by phase overlapping, in order to reduce time scale and to obtain better EPC projects. These project challenges lead to cost overrun and schedule delay. Managing an EPC project can be very daunting especially in today’s competitive environment wherein the success of the project is not always set in stone. Despite the increased efforts to meet the budget and reduce the time scale, often, we see this leads to cost overruns and project delay. With the increasing pressure for project managers to oversee the entire start-up of the project until the successful implementation, their technical know-how, planning and coordination skills are put to the test. without having a clear understanding of the nature and scope of the project. This, in turn, leads to a host of other factors such as poor management practices, project risks and lack of coordination between the client and contractor. Most project managers would justify poor management practices to unavoidable risks at each phase of the project. Although risks can be mitigated, turning a blind eye on the real issue is in itself already a risk the project manager incurs. While they grasp at straws coming up with effective risk management strategies, the issue continues to stare them down in the face. This training will provide participants with practical experience by applying the fundamentals of EPC project management and advanced methods for risk management, claim management and contract close-out. Additional topics will cover the real world problems in project management for engineers advancing to EPC project managers and project managers who, up until now, still lack the proper knowledge and skills. By implementing the project management concept at any process of project management, it will reduce the level of uncertainty during the basic design process and makes the derivation accountable. The more accurate you do any conceptual process, the less contingency to be conversed for the uncertainties, as well the opposite. Course Outline EPC Project Management Key Concepts: What is EPC project and characteristics; EPC Business Process; Engineering Business Process; Procurement Business Process; Construction Business Process; Commissioning and Start up Business Process Fundamental of Project Management: Project Management Framework; Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Quality Management; Project Human Resource Management; Project Communication Management; Project Risk Management; Project Procurement Management; Project Stakeholder Management Develop of Project Management Plan for EPC Project: Scope Management Plan; Schedule Management Plan; Cost Management Plan; Quality Management Plan; Human Resource Management Plan; Communication Management Plan; Risk Management Plan; Procurement Management Plan; Stakeholder Management Plan Workshop and Case Studies: Managing EPC Projects www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn considering overall performance of every service you deliver and meet your stakeholder expectation project management strategies in EPC projects advance your project management knowledge and expertise by better results in your daily work process to better identify, anticipate and resolve problems throughout the project phases tailored to learning style each Course Information Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks) participants’
  • 8. Project Management for Property Industry Outside of construction work, property as an industry has generally been slow to adopt formal project management methods and techniques. Although inroads in this regard are being made in property development projects, the acquisition of property assets of any nature is almost never perceived as a “project” in the technical sense of the word. Instead, property acquisition is treated as a transaction best handled exclusively by lawyers and other legal personnel, and for which no project management skills or knowledge are required. The greatest challenge presented to a project manager on an acquisition project may very well be how to avoid being ignored. Since success is the best guarantor of being taken seriously, the project manager needs to deliver measurable project value. Baselines should be created and actuals frequently monitored against them. Schedules should not simply be adhered to, but will produce exponentially greater value. Furthermore, the project manager should insure that project progress on these and other subjects are regularly and appropriately communicated to management, the client, the project sponsor and other stakeholders. A good communication management plan is an essential tool. Project management embraces various parties / people, procedures, practices and processes. In property development, project management is used to ensure the development project is completed on time, within cost budget, in accordance with quality and design requirements, and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Course Outline The Foundation Project Management: Project management framework; project life cycle; project management knowledge areas; what is project and why project management; Project constraints; Project charter; Project stakeholders Develop Project Plan: Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); Develop schedule; Determine budget; Develop quality and methods; Plan human resources and communication; Managing the risk; Plan procurement; Plan management; Plan project claim management Managing the Project: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. Case Studies: Managing risk occurred; Managing project team; Dealing with www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn management capabilities and imparts a thorough understanding of managing the total project process common terminology of the property & construction industry, structures and manageable project plan and develop how it impacts to the project and the project phase to ensure that both life cycle and quality management requirements are achieved Course Information Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 9. Project Management for Banking Industry www.avenew-indonesia.com Any Bank that aim to be the industry leader must marry its strategic goals and operational goals with the tenets of Project Management and must perform challenges of the business environment. Adopting project management tools and methodology in Banking operations is a synergy of value creation. The value should start from the vision of the Project management helps working within the constraints faced by a business in achieving objectives. The most important tool in project management, the work breakdown structure (WBS) is linked to the strategic plans of businesses. Project Management helps in Business Process Re engineering i.e. fundamental rethinking and radical redesign of business process to achieve dramatic improvements in tracking measures such as cost, quality and time. Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course will build new competencies and skills to complete an extensive, realistic, project case study. In this course, you will be introduced to the core knowledge required around project management skills and key initiatives for requirements analysis, risk capital planning and investment assessment, contracting and procurement, planning and evaluating skills, business process reengineering. At the conclusion of the course, you will provide a closing presentation to the project sponsor that includes a thorough review of the results, lessons learned, and recommendations for improvements.Project Management for Banking Industry Course Outline Foundations of Project Management: Project management framework; project life cycle; project management knowledge areas; what is project and why project management; Project constraints; Project charter; Project stakeholders Develop Project Plan: Seven steps of successful planning; Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); Develop schedule; Determine budget; Develop quality and methods; Plan human resources and communication; Managing the risk; Plan procurement; Plan stakeholders Managing the Project: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. Case Studies What you will learn cut out dead wood goals, assigning tasks, monitoring results, improving processes, taking corrective action as needed inspecting and rejecting output to a planning role involving the design of systems and procedures to reduce the likelihood of suboptimal production and manageable a project plan to team members and stakeholders execution Course Information Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 10. Project Management Feasibility Study www.avenew-indonesia.com What are the roots causes of project problems and failure? Projects that suffer from a lack of a proper project management feasibility study generally end product or service are underestimated or not available and/or marketing Poor project feasibility is mitigated by ensuring that the stakeholders’ expectations for the project are reasonable. One mitigating action is to follow a proven project methodology that includes a project management feasibility assessment on each. Aligned with the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition, this course will build new competencies and skills to complete an extensive, realistic, project case study. In this course, you will be introduced to the core knowledge required around project management skills and key initiatives for requirements analysis, risk capital planning and investment assessment, contracting and procurement, planning and evaluating skills, business process reengineering. At the conclusion of the course, you will provide a closing presentation to the project sponsor that includes a thorough review of the results, lessons learned, and recommendations for improvements. Course Outline The Foundation Project Management: Project management framework; project life cycle; project management knowledge areas; What is project and why project management; Project constraints; Project charter; Project stakeholders Initiating the Project: Create project feasibility document; Develop of project concept document; Create project charter Develop Project Plan: Seven steps of successful planning; Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); Develop schedule; Determine budget; Develop quality and methods; Plan human resources and communication; Managing the risk; Plan procurement; Plan stakeholders Managing the Project: Baselines; Project plan execution; Quality assurance; Team development; Conduct procurement; Managing change; Managing and controlling communication; Managing Risk; Managing and controlling stakeholder engagement; Assessing and monitoring project performance; Earned value. Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. Case Studies What you will learn the company from making costly reputation and capacity to operate smoothly reward investment that require simple technical development and project implementation processes in determining whether a project can lead to success or is not worth the risk and rationally the strengths and weaknesses of an existing business or proposed ventures, the opportunities and threats presented by the project environment the strengths and weaknesses of an existing business or proposed ventures, the opportunities and threats presented by the project environment Course Information Classroom: 4 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 32 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 11. Global Project Management Global projects are the key initiatives used to connect business strategy with global growth and compliance objectives. As corporate strategists increase www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn need to be able to take rigorous project disciplines to the global stage and global project 90% of large companies are conducting global projects to take advantage of distributed skills; around-the-clock operations and virtual team environments, less than one third of them have effective, established practices to help project managers and team members working over a distance. As a consequence, effectiveness from these projects because their methods and practices are not adapted to a global multi-cultural environment, where most communication is in writing and asynchronous. Global Project Management describes how In this course, you will learn how to approach the challenges of global projects such as: logistics, language, culture and stakeholder engagement. You will deal with them. Course Outline Global Project Management Overview: Global project characteristics; Global project management challenges; Global project manager skills Global Project Preparation: Identify global business opportunities, risks and threats; Criteria for selecting a global project Global Project Challenges plan and the project team; Plan risk management for global project Logistics, Language, Culture and Stakeholder Engagement: Logistics diversity; The challenges of stakeholder engagement Managing Global Project: Scope validation; change control; quality control; procurement control Closing the Project: Best practices for formal sign-off; Collecting lesson learned; Archiving project documents. challenges of global project project plan Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 5.500.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 12. Risk Management Risk management is a process which provides assurance that objectives are more likely to be achieved; damaging things will not happen or are less likely www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn a process for avoiding risk. The aim of risk management is not to eliminate In this course, you will learn how to proactively reduce the probability of risks) and threats (negative risks) strategy lifecycle and incorporate lessons learned and industry best practices related to risk management. You will apply PMI risk management processes in a Course Outline Risk Management Overview: What is risk and risk management; Risk management and project success; Risk characteristic; Types of risk; Components of risk management Plan Risk Management and Identify Risk: Risk management planning; Risk Evaluate Risk Quantitative risk analysis Plan Risk Response: Risk response strategy for positive risks; Risk response strategy for negative risks; Control Risk: Risk reassessment; Risk audit; change control; Risk documentation the role of a risk management plan and lesson learned Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 4.000.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)
  • 13. CAPM® Exam Preparation CAPM® Exam Preparation Course is designed to meet the knowledge ® ) Exam. The course content is based on the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) latest edition. This course is designed for those who intend to undertake and pass the CAPM® Exam, to demonstrate that they meet the knowledge components of the understanding the fundamental knowledge, processes and terminology of project management. subject matter experts and team members, including those with responsibility for individual project tasks in areas of expertise such as IT, engineering and They may also serve as project sponsors, facilitators, liaisons or coordinators. CAPM® Readiness Assessment determine your readiness for the CAPM® exam. If you need skills development, implementation. www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn ® exam ® Guide and techniques study found on CAPM® exam any question correctly Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 5.000.000,- per pax Price includes: ® more than 500 questions breaks) Exam! –
  • 14. PMP® Exam Preparation www.avenew-indonesia.com The Project Management Institute (PMI®) sponsors a project management managers, the Project Management Professional (PMP ). The PMP® examination preparation course is designed for those project managers who can prove their experience according to the project management body of knowledge, and who wish to develop the knowledge necessary to undertake the globally respected Project Management Institute ® ). What you will learn ® to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget, and scope and who are responsible for all aspects of individual projects for the life of the project. The PMI PMP Examination Preparation Course is designed to assist experienced project managers develop the required knowledge necessary to Professional (PMP®) shows the world that you’ve mastered essential project management skills and knowledge. To achieve PMP® and experiential requirements established by the PMI® and demonstrate an acceptable and valid level of understanding and knowledge about project management that is tested by the Project Management Professional PMP® credential must demonstrate ongoing professional commitment to Program requirements. PMP® Exam Preparation Course is designed to improve your chances of passing PMP® is the components of your project management background will be tested so you know where to focus your attention during the weeks of preparation. You will become familiar with the exam format. You will also get an opportunity to explore and discuss the rationale behind answers with your PMP® instructor. PMP Readiness Assessment ® PMP® exam PMP® Overview | Project Management Framework | Project Management Process Group | Project Management Knowledge Areas | Course Exercises per Each Chapter | Simulation Test Guide study found on PMP® exam any question correctly Course Information Classroom: 5 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 40 Public Class: only) PMI membership in (course, PMI membership, Price includes: ® more than 600 questions implementation. Course Outline ® and techniques ® determine your readiness for the PMP® exam. If you need skills development, exam breaks) Exam! –
  • 15. PMI-RMP® Exam Preparation www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn PMI-RMP® exam Course Information 4 days PMI-RMP® Readiness Assessment ® Course Outline PMI-RMP® 32
  • 16. Microsoft® Project Microsoft® project training program is designed to expand your knowledge base and technical skills about Microsoft Project. Beginning with the basic concepts, you will walk through all the functions you’ll need to plan and reporting. In this course, you will learn the core skills and knowledge acquired for successful development and control your project plan. Course Outline Develop a work breakdown structure | Create master schedule and perform to meet schedule ad resource constraints | Set baselines and update progress | Control project schedule | Report status www.avenew-indonesia.com What you will learn using Microsoft® Project accommodate changes in scope, budget, personnel and deadlines Course Information Classroom: 3 days Contact Hours/PDUs: 24 Public Class: IDR 4.000.000,- per pax Price includes: breaks)