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Engineers need to make sure that their engineering projects are planned out perfectly in order to ensure that everything is produced quickly and inexpensively. The planning engineer determines the best possible method and sequence of engineering a particular project, whether it be a civil engineering project or a new type of machinery. During the developmental part of the engineering project, the planning engineer determines which techniques will be appropriate; determines the logistics of moving equipment and materials from location to location; draws up plans or communicates with technical illustrators to draw up plans; and estimates the price of the project.

This Certified Planning Engineer certification program is to recognize professionals who meet demanding requirements of planning and scheduling a project and who has worked alongside a project manager in delivering engineering types of project.

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Certified Planning Engineer , contact : gafmacademy@gmail.com

  1. 1. Engineers need to make sure that their engineering projects are planned out perfectly in order to ensure that everything is produced quickly and inexpensively. The planning engineer determines the best possible method and sequence of engineering a particular project, whether it be a civil engineering project or a new type of machinery. During the developmental part of the engineering project, the planning engineer determines which techniques will be appropriate; determines the logistics of moving equipment and materials from location to location; draws up plans or communicates with technical illustrators to draw up plans; and estimates the price of the project. This engineer oversees all stages of the project and makes recommendations when last minute changes must be made to the project. They must also make sure that all safety standards are followed. During the manufacturing process, the planning engineer is responsible for determining the most efficient and effective methods of manufacturing the product. Planning engineers must be able to foresee the labor, technical, equipment and material demands that will be placed on the project. Planning engineers can be under a great deal of stress since there are often penalties within the contract for not completing the project on time. This certification program is a professional credential for individual to be recognized as a Certified Planning Engineer, and those seeking a rewarding career and compensation package as a Certified Planning Engineer. American Academy of Project Management AAPM® The American Academy of Project Management International Board of Standards (IBS) issues the CPE® Certified Planning Engineer to qualified applicants who have met our requirements of: Education, Training, Experience, Industry Knowledge, Ethics, and Continuing Education. Target Participant Individual who is currently holding an engineer position in oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, engineering consultancy services, utilities, telecommunications, and any other engineering based industry. Project Engineers, Construction Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Process Engineers & Operators, Chemical Engineers, Pipeline and Piping Engineers, Materials, Coating & Corrosion Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Civil & Structural Engineers, Instrumentation & Control Engineers, Rotating Equipment Engineers, Maintenance and Asset Integrity Engineers, Subsea Engineers and Welding Engineers. © Copyright AAPM® SYSENEG Academy of Project Management International Board of Standards AAPM ® Board of Standards has been Accredited by the TÜV Technischer Überwachungs-Verein Österreich, a 140 years old EU/Austrian Technical Inspection Association) which works to validate the quality of products and services of all kinds to protect the public and for safety. Our AAPM and Board of Standards Makes History and Becomes First EU/US Based Certification Body to Achieve Training Accreditation as an: ISO 29990 Certified for Non Formal Training .
  2. 2. Module 1: Role of a Planning Engineer Describe the roles and responsibilities of a Planning Engineer during the various phases of project planning and schedule development, management and control. Module 2: Project Management Life Cycle Planning Engineer need to know the five phases of a project management life cycle which includes Initiation phase, Planning phase, Execution phase, Monitoring and Control phase, and Closeout phase. Module 3: Project Management Processes Project management processes include the project scheduling processes, project time management, project scope management, and project integration management. These processes will be used by the project team to deliver the work defined in the project schedule. Module 4: Stakeholder Management Project Stakeholder Management is about identifying the people, groups, or organizations that could impact or be impacted by the project. PSM includes continuous communication with stakeholders to understand their needs and expectations, addressing issues as they occur, and managing conflicting interests. Module 5: Initiating the Project This module discusses the processes involved in initiating the project that include identifying the project team, definition of project scope, schedule, quality, cost, and risk to produce the Project Charter. A planning engineer not only must understand the content of the charter, the constraints facing the project will have direct impact during project planning and scheduling activities that will follow after this phase. Module 6: Planning and Scheduling Planning is the process of identifying all activities necessary to complete the project while scheduling is the process of determining the sequential order of executing project activities, assigning planned duration, resources and determining the start and finish dates of each activity. You will be guided using Primavera tool to develop a project schedule based upon construction industry case study. Module 7: Cost Accounting The result of planning and scheduling help in identifying all costs associated with the project that will eventually determine the project budget. There are other cost related to the procurement of materials, contractual liabilities, inflation cost, penalties, that will be discussed in this session. Module 8: Risk Management Managing threats facing project team in delivering the project works. This module discuss the processes associated with risk management that include identifying risk, developing risk action plans, risk management plan. Module 9: Managing and Controlling Project Schedule A planning engineer’s job also include managing and controlling the project specifically controlling changes affecting the scope and schedule of the project, managing the acceptance of project deliverables, managing risks, issues, and managing subcontractor. Duration: 32 hoursCourse Outline © Copyright AAPM® SYSENEG Academy of Project Management
  3. 3. © Copyright AAPM® SYSENEG Academy of Project Management EXAMINATION • Format: 60 multiple choice questions • Duration: 90 min Program fees include: • Training services • Course Study Notes • Examination • Certification • AAPM® Membership x 2 years

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