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  • 1. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 2
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CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 3 Table of Contents From the CMCS Founder .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 About CMCS............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10 CMCS Leadership Board ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 CMCS’ PPM360 Unique Offering ............................................................................................................................................................................ 12 Why PPM Should Matter To You?............................................................................................................................................................ 13 CMCS PPM360° Q&A ............................................................................................................................................................................... 14 How CMCS can offer a “sustainable and integrated 360°” Solution? ........................................................................................................ 15 Building Awareness ................................................................................................................................................................................. 16 Commitment to Quality.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Awards and Recognitions ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Reference Letters ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Selected Testimonials............................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Professional Development and Training................................................................................................................................................................. 24 Project Management Certification Preparation........................................................................................................................................ 26 BA110 Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 25 PDU.......................................... 28 KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program, 5 Days............................................................................................................. 29 KM200 Certified Knowledge Practitioner (CKP TM ) Program, 2 Days ...................................................................................................... 31 P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner, 4 Days, 30 PDU ..................................................................... 33 P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation, 4 Days, 28 PDU............................................................................. 35 P878 Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 4 Days, 30 PDU ................................................. 36 P905 Project Management Professional (PMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 5 Days, 35 PDU.................................................... 37 P916 Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 24 PDU.................................... 39 P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP) Certification Exam Preparation, 2 Days, 14 PDU ................................................................... 41 P923 Certified Cost Professional Certification (CCP) Exam Preparation, 5 Days, 40 PDU................................................................... 43 P959 Project Scheduling & Planning (PSP) and Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP®) Certifications, 2 Days, 14 PDU........................... 44 P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 21 PDU................................................ 46 PC201 Certified Forensic Claims Consultant™ (CFCC™) Certification Preparation Course, 2 Days, 16 PDU ......................................... 48 Recommended Courses for those seeking Professional Certification........................................................................................................ 51 EP100 Effective Performance & KPI Management, 2 Days................................................................................................................... 51 G100 Essential Project Governance and Reporting For Executives, 3 Days ........................................................................................ 52 P853 Project Stakeholder Management, 4 Days, 21 PDU................................................................................................................... 54 P875 Executing Your Strategy by Engaging Project Portfolio Management (PPM), 2 Days, 14 PDU.................................................. 55 P897 Project Closeout and Lessons Learned, 3 Days, 15 PDU ............................................................................................................ 56 P908 Managing Multiple Projects, 3 Days, 21 PDU ............................................................................................................................ 57 P927 Project Management for Everyone (A Non-Technical Approach), 2 Days, 10 PDU ................................................................... 59 IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification, 3 Days, 24 PDU................................................................................................................... 62 LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, 3 Days, 24 PDU........................................................................................................... 63 IT02 IT Project Management, 4 Days, 35 PDU ................................................................................................................................... 65
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CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 4 Project Management Controls ................................................................................................................................................................. 66 E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher, 2 Days.............................................................................. 67 G831 Your Gate to Planning and Scheduling, 3 Days, 12 PDU ............................................................................................................ 69 P720 TILOS Basic Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days, 10 PDU ............................ 71 P723 TILOS Advanced Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days, 10 PDU..................... 72 P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Projects, 2 Days, 14 PDU ............................................................................................ 73 P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Projects, 1 Day, 7 PDU......................................................................................... 75 P833 Earned Value Analysis, 1 Day, 5 PDU......................................................................................................................................... 76 P850 Extension of Time Request (EOT), 3 Days, 21 PDU .................................................................................................................... 77 P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360, 2 Days, 14 PDU ....................................................................................................................... 79 P892 Acumen Risk, 1 Day, 5 PDU........................................................................................................................................................ 80 P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft ® Project 2010 and PMBOK ® Guide Fifth Edition, 3 Days, 21 PDU .................................. 81 P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects, 3 Days, 10 PDU................................................................ 82 P899 Installation & Configuration of Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) P6 8.2, 2 Days............... 85 P936 Claims and Disputes Resolution under FIDIC ® Conditions of Contract, 2 Days, 14 PDU ............................................................ 86 PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level), 3 Days....................................................................................................... 88 PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level), 2 Days............................................................................................... 90 Oracle University ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 91 P102 Project Management in Oracle Primavera P6 Rel.7, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU ..................................................................................... 93 P106P Advanced Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel 7.0, 2 Days, 13 PDU ................................................................................ 94 P106R Resource Management in Primavera P6 Rel 7.0, 2 Days, 13 PDU.............................................................................................. 96 P702 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Release 8.2, 2 Days, 13 PDU .................................................................................................... 99 P703 Oracle Primavera P6 Analytics Rel 8.x (2 Days)........................................................................................................................ 100 P704 Oracle Primavera P6 Application Administration Rel 8.x, 2 Days ............................................................................................ 101 P705 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Rel 8.2 , 2 Days, 13 PDU ................................................................................... 102 P706 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.2, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU........................................................................... 103 P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Release 8.3, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU ........................................................................................ 105 P710 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Release 8.3, 2 Days, 13 PDU .................................................................................................. 108 P712 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Release 8.3, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU.................................................................... 110 P713 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Release 8.3, 2 Days, 13 PDU.............................................................................. 113 501 Managing Risk in Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU ................................................................................. 115 E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0: Business Intelligence Publisher Edition, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU............................ 116 BIP6 Oracle Primavera P6 Reporting with BI Publisher 11g, 2 Days ................................................................................................ 118 OBI01 Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g R1: Build Repositories, 5 Days................................................................ 120 OBI02 Oracle BI 11g R1: Create Analyses and Dashboards, 4 Days.................................................................................................... 121 OBI03 Oracle BI Publisher 11g R1: Fundamentals, 3 Days.................................................................................................................. 122 OE01 Oracle Essbase 11.1.2 Bootcamp, 5 Days ................................................................................................................................ 123 BIA01 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Oracle EBS, 4 Days..................................................................................... 124 BAI02 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Siebel CRM, 4 Days.................................................................................... 125 BIA03 Oracle BI Applications 7.9: Develop a Data Warehouse, 5 Days.............................................................................................. 126
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CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 5 ODI01 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Integration and Administration, 5 Days ...................................................................................... 127 ODI02 Oracle Data Integrator: Administration and Development, 4 Days......................................................................................... 128 ODI03 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Advanced Integration and Development, 3 Days........................................................................ 129 OED01 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Match and Parse, 3 Days....................................................................................................... 130 OED02 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Profile, Audit and Operate, 2 Days........................................................................................ 131 ODB01 Oracle Database 11g: OLAP Essentials, 3 Days ........................................................................................................................ 132 ODB02 Oracle Database 11g: Data Warehousing Fundamentals, 3 Days............................................................................................ 133 ODB03 Oracle Spatial: Essentials, 5 Days............................................................................................................................................. 134 OAE01 Oracle Application Express: Developing Web Applications, 5 Days......................................................................................... 135 OAE02 Oracle Application Express: Advanced Workshop, 4 Days....................................................................................................... 136 OAE03 Oracle Application Express: Administration, 2 Days................................................................................................................ 137 SQL01 Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL, 5 Days......................................................................................................................... 138 SQL02 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals I, 3 Days ........................................................................................................................ 139 SQL03 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals II, 2 Days ....................................................................................................................... 140 SQL04 Oracle Database: Develop PL/SQL Program Units, 3 Days....................................................................................................... 141 SQL05 Oracle Database 11g: SQL Tuning Workshop, 3 Days.............................................................................................................. 142 SQL06 Oracle Database 11g: Analytic SQL for Data Warehousing, 1 Day........................................................................................... 143 DM01 Oracle Data Modeling and Relational Database Design, 4 Days.............................................................................................. 144 DBA01 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I, 5 Days ...................................................................................................... 145 DBA02 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II, 5 Days ..................................................................................................... 146 DBA03 Oracle Database 11g: Performance Tuning DBA, 5 Days......................................................................................................... 147 DBA04 Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard Administration, 4 Days ...................................................................................................... 148 DBA05 Oracle Database 11g: RAC Administration, 4 Days.................................................................................................................. 149 WS01 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials, 5 Days ............................................................................................. 150 WS02 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration, 5 Days............................................................................................. 151 WS03 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance, 3 Days................................................................................... 152 Essential Personal Skills for the Project Management Team....................................................................................................................153 PS-01 Project Leadership Skills for Better Project Results, 2 Days..................................................................................................... 154 PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders, 3 Days........................................................................................................... 155 PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams, 1 Day............................................................................................................................................... 156 PS-04 Motivating Project Teams, 1 Day............................................................................................................................................. 157 PS-05 Project Team Building, 2 Days ................................................................................................................................................. 158 PS-06 Cross-Functional Team Management, 1 Day........................................................................................................................... 159 PS-07 The Ability to Manage Global Teams, 2 Days .......................................................................................................................... 160 PS-08 Organizational Change Management, 2 Days.......................................................................................................................... 161 PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results, 2 Days............................................................................................................................ 162 PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers, 3 Days.............................................................................................................. 163 PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills, 2 Days......................................................................................... 164 PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence, 1 Day ..................................................................................................... 165 PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders, 2 Days......................................................................................... 166
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CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 6 PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager, 2 Days................................................................................................................................. 167 PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes, 2 Days ............................................................................................ 168 PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making, 1 Day............................................................................................................ 169 PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers, 1 Day........................................................................................................ 170 PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers, 1 Day ................................................................................................ 171 PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity for Project Managers, 1 Day .................................................................................................. 172 PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers, 1 Day..................................................................................................................... 173 PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers, 1 Day......................................................................................................................... 174 PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers, 2 Days....................................................................................................... 175 Supply Chain & Logistics Skills for Project Management Team ................................................................................................................176 SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals, 3 Days.................................................................................................................. 178 SC-03 Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain, 2 Days ........................................................................................................................... 179 SC-04 Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics, 3 Days ............................................................................................................ 180 SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices, 3 Days...................................................................................................................... 182 SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement, 2 Days .................................................................................................................. 183 SC-07 Manufacturing & Operations Management, 3 Days................................................................................................................ 184 SC-08 Operations Management: Critical Decisions, 3 Days ............................................................................................................... 185 SC-09 Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials, 3 Days ................................................................................................... 186 SC-10 Warehousing Best Practices, 3 Days........................................................................................................................................ 187 SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts, 3 Days ........................................................................................... 188 SC-12 Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop, 1 Day ........................................................................................................... 189 SC-13 Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory, 4 Days........................................................................................ 190 SC-14 Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality, 3 Days.......................................................................................................... 192 SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service), 2 Days............................................................................................................... 193 SC-16 SPEED (Fast & Right Service), 1 Day Workshop ....................................................................................................................... 194 SC-17 Remember ME, 1 Day.............................................................................................................................................................. 195 SC-18 Loyal for Life, 1 Day ................................................................................................................................................................. 196 SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview, 1 Day .............................................................................................................................................. 197 SC-20 Lean Six Sigma Champion, 2 Days............................................................................................................................................ 198 Post Graduate Diploma (PgDiP) in Project Management by the American University of Beirut (AUB) .....................................................199 Post Graduate Diploma (PgDiP) in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Design by the University of Salford..................201 Executive Project Assurance Coaching ....................................................................................................................................................203 Project Management for Youth...............................................................................................................................................................204 Professional Development Accreditation................................................................................................................................................205 Training Calendar 2014......................................................................................................................................................................................... 206 Project Management Certification Preparation.......................................................................................................................................206 Project Management Controls ................................................................................................................................................................209 Oracle University ....................................................................................................................................................................................212 Essential Project Management Personal Skills ........................................................................................................................................214 Supply Chain and Logistics Skills for Project Management Team.............................................................................................................218
  • 6. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 7 CMCS Faculty........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 221 CMCS Offices ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 229 Selected Clients List.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 231
  • 7. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 8 Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. --Sun Tzu
  • 8. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 9 From the CMCS Founder Dear Colleagues I would like to start first by thanking our 2,250+ clients, partners and CMCS family who has made CMCS what it is today and who are continuously helping us to grow. CMCS was founded with a clear vision in mind, and that is how we can help our clients eradicate failed project investments. Failed projects could be ones that were wrongly chosen to begin with, as well as those that failed to achieve their desired objectives. Project failure is more than only finishing late or over budget. Achieving this vision requires enabling our clients to build environments that professional project management practices can flourish in. Organizations that are known for their successful project delivery track records will earn loyal customers, who will entrust them with their project investments. These organizations have a much greater value for their investors than groups that no one is willing to retain. So how can we help those organizations to build the necessary sustainable project management friendly environments? Well, the answer is very simple: CMCS will firstly help your organization to strengthen the capacity of your team in managing projects and initiatives through professional development programs that are based on internationally recognized certifications. Secondly, we work with you to build project management policies and processes based on global best practices for managing projects, programs and portfolios to ensure speedy and efficient delivery. Finally, CMCS implements state-of- the-art project portfolio management controls using the world-best tools in enterprise project portfolio and risk management to support processes implementation, information sharing, performance monitoring and the capturing of best practices and lessons learned. Once you have the right people, processes and tools - coupled with the commitment to change, your organization’s journey to a more successful project delivery will begin. It’s a journey that will result in a number of tangible benefits and increase the value of your organization such that you will never want to go back to how things were. Trust me on that. Enjoy professional project management like we do. Bassam A. Samman PMP® PSP® EVP® GPM® CEO and Founder Collaboration, Management & Control Solutions (CMCS) Over the past 28 years, CMCS has served more than 2,250 clients in 35 countries through 22 offices in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas attaining more than 52 performance achievement awards and 70 reference letters. Since 2005, CMCS has completed more than 2,750 projects and delivered 1,350 trainings over the course of more than 4,250 days.
  • 9. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 10 About CMCS Our Mission CMCS' mission is to provide fully integrated, 360 degree, sustainable, quality Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions helping clients across all industries to identify, prioritize, and deliver all projects right, the first time. We make CMCS a rewarding environment for our talents, clients, partners and shareholders. Our Vision The Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions partner of choice in markets CMCS has an established presence. Our Values Equality Our work culture provides equal opportunities for all employees by ensuring that everybody participates in the company’s growth regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, language and social origin. Empowerment Through tried and tested learning modules we strive to train and equip individuals with the necessary tools and techniques that promote maximum efficiency within the work place. Excellence CMCS believes in making a concerted effort and we have a sincere desire to consistently anticipate and meet our customers’ expectations. Achieving this requires attention to detail, quality, timeliness and commitment in every aspect of managing our customers’ experience. Compassion We believe compassion is an important factor in building a successful workplace, helping to bring the world of human interaction back into focus in organizational set ups, and shedding light on the significance of everyday interpersonal relationships at work. Focusing on compassion at work provides an opportunity to develop ways in which positive interpersonal behavior contributes to individual and organizational achievements. Respect We aim to promote good conduct by showing esteem to different authorities, individuals and cultures regardless of age, race and origin. Integrity We strongly believe that adhering to moral and intrinsic values is a fundamental aspect in building trustworthy relationships. Diversity We create a global market place to better understand and meet the requirements of customers in varying demographic sectors. We therefore acknowledge and support our diversified teams globally to help us achieve the best results. Teamwork We foster teamwork to create a work culture that values collaboration. In addition, we comprehend and recognize the diverse strengths, skills and abilities that collectively and jointly are required to contribute to the growth and success of the company, thus we encourage collaborative team spirit to promote efficiency. Efficiency Our objective is to optimize our tools and resources to effortlessly impart the highest quality and timely delivery of services, and consequently achieve the desired goals.
  • 10. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 11 CMCS Leadership Board Dr. Hamed Ahmed Al Homoud Al-Ajlan is CMCS Managing Partner in Kuwait with 35 years experience in playing active management role in Building Systems General Trading & Contracting Co., Kuwait Livestock Transport & Trading Co., Gulf Paper Manufacturing Co. and Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC). He has PhD in Economics from the University of Exeter in the UK in 2006, B.S.E. Industrial & Operations Engineering with a Minor Major in Economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, U.S.A. – 1978 and Science Studies at the American University of Beirut, 1973. He is a member of American Institute of Industrial Engineers and Kuwait Engineering Society. Fayzah Al-Habib is CMCS Managing Partner in Saudi Arabia with 30 years solid experience spanning contract administration, information technology solutions, and capital project process improvements that improve cost and schedule performance as well as overall value. She has strong leadership skills for a capital project-type environment and a deep knowledge of Saudi Aramco’s capital project delivery processes and the development of capital project support tasks, including Risk Management process, Interface Management, Lessons Learned, Value Practices Management and Construction productivity. She has a BS degree in Civil Engineering, United Kingdom and a Consultant Engineer certified by the Saudi Council of Engineers. Syed Ali Hasan PMP, PSP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, Prince2 Practitioner is CMCS Managing Partner in India and UK. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from PSG College of Technology. He is certified in all the Oracle Primavera, Nomitech CostOS, PMWEB, ARES PRISM G2 and Active Risk Manager (ARM). He is thoroughly experienced in complete project management including project management control systems, computerized project control software, risk analysis and training. As a certified Oracle Primavera Instructor and Consultant, he is responsible in providing training and implementation of the tools across all industries. He has 21 years’ experience in Project Management Consultancy. Saadi Adra PhDc, EVP, PMP, PgMP, RMP, SP, PMI -OPM3 Professional, MPM, CIPM, PMOC, Project+, CDIA, is CMCS Managing Partner in Lebanon. With 20 years experience in Strategy, Management Consultancy and Tactical Management, he has developed Methodologies for Portfolio, Project, Procurement, and Risk; he has managed the initiation of PMOs and has performed OPM3 Assessments and Quality Improvement Plans for several organizations. He has worked on managing projects in the Middle East and has managed change effectively across the organizations. He possesses experience across different industries. He has a proven track record in the development and delivery of courses to managers and executives. Rania Khawaja PMP is CMCS Managing Partner in Jordan with over 14 years of experience in providing project management consultancy services to institutions in diverse sectors covering contract administration, project management control systems, resource management, risk management, procurement and contract management as well as extensive experience in scheduling and preparation of Master Development Plan, planning and project controls procedures, scheduling of tendering program, detailed scheduling including resources loading and cash flow. She also has an immense experience in preparation of extension of time claims as well as the analysis and defense of claims to a high rate of success. Dr. Ahmed Awad, PhD, MSc, BSc, AEA, MSCL, MASA, MSPS, PMIM is CMCS Managing Partner in Egypt with 23 years experience involved in the most iconic projects in different industries in MENA region. His experience is in strategic planning and management, feasibility study, economic evaluation and analysis, project finance, project planning and management, risk management, cost analysis, and forensic delay analysis. He has published his work on project management, economics, project finance, sustainable development, and large-scale construction projects. He has PhD, University of Nottingham, UK (2005), MSc, Civil Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt (1995) and BSc. Civil Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt (1990). Bassam Samman PMP, EVP, PSP, GPM is CMCS CEO and Founder is thoroughly experienced in complete Project Portfolio Management including project management control systems, computerized PCS Software, risk analysis, site management, claims analysis and prevention and alternative dispute resolution. He has 33 years experience in Project Management Consultancy. Bassam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Kuwait University and a Masters Degree in Engineering Administration from George Washington University. He has attended the Harvard Business School executive management program in 2013, 2012 and 2011, and the London Business School executive management program in 2013, 2009 and 2008.
  • 11. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 12 CMCS’ PPM360 Unique Offering CMCS provides fully integrated, 360°, sustainable, quality Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions helping clients across all industries to identify, prioritize, and deliver all projects right, the first time.  We build PMO to formalize and establish governance for projects selection and delivery by diagnosing organization’s project management maturity using OPM3® to identify needed performance improvements, optimizing the project delivery life cycle through the development of policies and procedures for selected improvements and then set roles and responsibilities to own the PMO and ensure successful change management and continuous improvement.  We enable project management team members to deliver projects successfully by offering role-based training and executive coaching programs aligned with PMI®, IIBA®, GPM®, KMI®, AACE® and PMOC® certifications. In collaboration with the American University of Beirut (AUB), we offer a post graduate diploma in Project Management.  We implement EPPM solutions to initiate, plan, monitor, control and communicate a "single version of the truth" for projects by implementing world leading enterprise project portfolio management (EPPM) and risk management (ERM) applications from Oracle Primavera, PMWeb, Nomitech CostOS, Hard Dollar, ARES PRISM G2 , Deltek Acumen, Pipeline MaxaVera, Active Risk Manager, TILOS, Coreworx, ARX CoSign, eTimeMachine and other applications.  We support clinets for successful delivery of projects by providing project control services including planning and scheduling, delay and extension of time analysis, earned value performance management, risk analysis among others. Over the past 28 years, CMCS has served more than 2,250 clients in 35 countries through 22 offices in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas attaining more than 52 performance achievement awards and 70 reference letters. Since 2005, CMCS has completed more than 2,750 projects and delivered 1,350 trainings over the course of more than 4,250 days.
  • 12. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 13 Why PPM Should Matter To You? Organizations who have implemented Project Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions have reported major improvements in their internal capabilities to execute their strategic initiatives by engaging PPM to select and deliver projects successfully right from the first time. This enabled them to deliver the desired project benefits for their internal and external customers and thus positively reflect on the financial and non-financial results of our clients. Some of the benefits that PPM solutions have brought to those organizations include: Visibility as all project investments will be captured regardless of their size, type, status, location, strategic importance, strategy theme contribution, among others Governance as documented project life cycle and processes will help the organization is setting the stage gates and control points Inclusivity to ensure that all stakeholders are involved in the enterprise project management environment and no one is left out. Optimization of resource usage, manpower or financial, is critical for any project delivery especially when organizations are delivering more work for less resources. Predictability as an organization that have clear project plans that covers all actions and assumptions will be able to deliver their projects in faster way than others Issue Management to capture the details of all project records and use to support the resolution of issues as soon as they arise. Change Management to capture every change that is either approved, pending of rejected to the original project scope as well as manage the issues that resulted in each change. Knowledge Management to capture all lessons learned and best practices and makes them available for the project team for better and more efficient project delivery.
  • 13. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 14 CMCS PPM360° Q&A What is Project Portfolio Management (PPM)? Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is the only proven and recognized method that help organizations to accelerate and optimize their strategy execution by empowering them with the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to identify, analyze, align, select, prioritize, initiate, plan, execute, control and finally exit those project investments. Why PPM is crucial for your organization? With Strategy Execution being attributed as the key reason for strategy failure, it is becoming more obvious that a gap exists between Strategy Formulation, Execution and Measurement. Strategy Plans tend to lack the mechanism to achieve targeted objectives when not paired with a framework to link strategy to project delivery as well as strategy performance management. It is no wonder that PPM is an integral element of any integrated strategy development and management framework. What Is Integrated Strategy Development and Management Framework (ISDMF)? For an organization to grow and become a leader in their industry, strategy formulation will detail the objectives that the organization must attain across their different business units to achieve their vision. Those objectives will determine the learning & growth and internal processes actions that the organization must achieve to attain their desired customers and financial results. This will enable the organization to identify the different initiatives that they must undertake to achieve those actions. Strategy execution success can be achieved when project portfolio management is engaged as it will provide the organization with a proven roadmap for selecting the optimum portfolio of projects that are aligned with the strategic initiatives as well as ensure that those selected project investments are delivered successfully right from the first time. Having a single version of the truth on the performance of the execution of learning & growth and internal processes actions and the success in attaining the desired customers and financial results is a must for an organization that wants to achieve their vision. Strategy management provides the means for measuring and managing this performance in an integrated and comprehensive format that not only will provide the organization with the knowledge and information to determine how successful they are in achieving vision and but how to address the changes that might be needed to achieve their vision. Why it is called a PPM Solution? It is called a “solution” as each organization needs different PPM improvements depending on their project management maturity level as well as needs. Based on those requirements, a PPM solution is designed and developed taking into consideration the required policies and procedures to implement the solution, professional development needed to operate the solution and the information technology tools needs to capture, analyze and report on the projects status.
  • 14. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 15 How CMCS can offer a “sustainable and integrated 360°” Solution? CMCS is uniquely qualified to design, build and operate sustainable “Integrated 360°” project portfolio management solutions that best suit our clients’ needs and requirements. Our qualifications stem from for CMCS areas of excellence in:  Conducting OPM3® based project management maturity assessment and audit services  Developing ISO certified policies and procedures to accelerate and optimize the project deliver that are based on PMI®, PRINCE2 and other internationally recognized standards. CMCS also incorporates Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) which is a project management delivery method that integrates a framework of sustainable application derived from ISO:14001 with best practices and wisdom from the Project Management Body of Knowledge for PMI and APM and the IPMA Competency Baseline.  Delivering PMI®, AACE, IIBA, CSI, PMOC, GPM and other certification and non-certification based professional development and training programs  Implementing state of the art project portfolio information management and control solutions from Oracle Primavera, PMWeb, ARES Prism G2, Hard Dollar, Nomitech CostOS, Active Risk Manager, Deltek Acumen Fuse, TILOS and other software applications  Building project management offices (PMO) who will take ownership of the developed project portfolio management solutions  Supporting your PMO operations with outsourced professional project management resources and services to sustain your PPM environment Can CMCS offer part of those PPM360° solutions? CMCS scope of services can be any of the products and services covered in the PPM solutions. We can for example offer training courses, software licenses and OPM3® maturity assessment separately. What type of project specific solutions does CMCS offer? One of the two objectives of PPM solutions is to ensure successful project delivery right from the first time. Therefore, CMCS offers many project specific solutions such as project planning and scheduling, risk management, cost estimating, cost management, earned value, records and document management, quality assurance and control, building information modeling (BIM) and others. For the engineering and construction industry, CMCS offers project controls and delay analysis services. Are CMCS PPM360°solutions limited to a specific industry? No. We have offered our services to the Oil and Gas, Power and Utility, Engineering and Construction, Government, Information Technology, Financial Services, Telecommunication, Non-Government Organizations (NGO) among others. In addition, CMCS is offering their PPM360° solutions for Family Business, Merger and Acquisitions, Business Turnaround among others. Are CMCS PPM360° solutions offering limited to a specific geographical region? CMCS has offered their services in 35 countries over 5 continents. In addition for offering PPM360° solutions across CMCS offices in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Yemen, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Kenya, India, Italy, UK, USA and Canada. We have also offered our services in Iraq, West Bank, Algeria, Tunis, Syria, Sudan, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Iran, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Thailand, Greece, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Australia and Chile.
  • 15. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 16 Building Awareness CMCS continues to play a proactive role in promoting the culture of project management best practices in the Middle East and North Africa as well as at other locations across the globe. CMCS CEO and Founder, Bassam Samman was one of the co-founders of the PMI Arabian Gulf Chapter (PMI-AGC) and served on its board for six years. In addition to CMCS sponsored conferences and events, CMCS team where featured at different Project Management Institute (PMI) conferences and events, MEED conferences and other international events. PMO Setup & Implementation, Saadi Adra – PMI-AGC PMO Summit, November 28, 2013, Muscat, Oman Integrating Earned Value Management with Risk Management, Bassam Samman, 9º Congreso Internacional Anual de Dirección de Proyectos, – Santiago Chie Chapter, November 13, 2013, Santiago, Chile Executing Strategy By Engaging Project Portfolio Management, Bassam Samman, 9º Congreso Internacional Anual de Dirección de Proyectos, Project Management Institute – Santiago Chie Chapter, November 7, 2013, Antofagasta, Chile Risk Management made Simpler with Acumen Risk, Syed Hasan – Deltek Acumen Annual Conference, October 2, 2013, Houston, USA Introduction to Program Management with OPM, Saadi Adra - PMI Turkey Defense Summit, June 2013, Ankara, Turkey Introduction to OPM3, Saadi Adra - PMI Turkey Defense Summit, June 2013, Ankara, Turkey Executing Strategy by Engaging Project Portfolio Management, Bassam Samman – Project Management – Technology of Success Conference, May 30-31, 2013, Moscow, Russia Driving Strategic & Operational Excellence with Enterprise Project & Portfolio Management (EPPM), Saadi Adra – MEED Saudi Arabian Energy EPC Projects Conference, April 21-24, 2013, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia Enterprise Risk Management Application Implementation Case Study, Mohamad Boukhari – PMI Global Congress 2013 EMEA, April 22-24, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey Executing Strategy by Engaging Project Portfolio Management, Bassam Samman - PPM 2013 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2013, Casablanca, Morocco Integrating Risk Management and Performance Management for Programs & Project Portfolio, Bassam Samman - PPM 2013 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2013, Casablanca, Morocco PMO Case Study: Establishing PMO to manage Mega Municipality Infrastructure Projects - Utilizing the Multi- Governance Framework, Saadi Adra - PPM 2013 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2013, Casablanca, Morocco Reverse Engineering OPM3®, Saadi Adra - PPM 2013 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2013, Casablanca, Morocco Leadership Skills for Project and Program Managers, Radhia Benalia - PMI Lebanon Chapter Monthly Lecture, 2013, Lebanon Workshop on Risk management, Syed Hasan- EPC Projects Summit, February 17, 2013, Kuwait Reverse Engineering OPM3, Saadi Adra - PMI-AGC 14th Annual Conference, January 28-30, 2013, Bahrain Reverse Engineering OPM3, Saadi Adra - PM Community of Practice (CoP) OPM Webinar, 2013 Earned Value for Auditing Projects Performance, Bassam Samman - Assessing the Performance of Development Projects Conference, January 16, 2013, Kuwait PMBOK 4 to PMBOK 5 - A Quick Overview, Afif Tabsh - PMI Lebanon Chapter Monthly Lecture, 2013, Lebanon How To Accomplish Objective Schedule Review and Analysis?, Syed Hasan - Acumen Annual Conference, September 18,2012, Houston, USA Construction Risk Management, Saadi Adra- JEA Annual Conference, 2012, Amman, Jordan Program and Portfolio Management Standards, Saadi Adra - PPM 2012 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2012, Casablanca, Morocco
  • 16. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 17 A Government Management Case Study, Saadi Adra - PPM 2012 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2012, Casablanca, Morocco Organizational Project Management and OPM3, Saadi Adra - PPM 2012 International Seminar, March 7-8, 2012, Casablanca, Morocco Analyzing Schedule Risks in Shutdown and Outage Plan, Syed Hasan - Gulf Society for Maintenance Professionals, February 29, 2012, Abu Dhabi, UAE Project Management for NGOs: An Insider's Perspective, Afif Tabsh - PMI International Development Community of Practice, 2012 Basics of Project Management for NGOs, Afif Tabsh - PMI Lebanon Chapter Monthly Lecture, 2012, Lebanon Practice Standard in Project Risk Management, Mohamad Boukhari - PMI Lebanon Chapter Monthly Lecture, 2012, Lebanon Planning for Start-Up Tool, Fayzah Al-Habib, Construction Industry Institute (CII) Conferences, 2012, Baltimore, Maryland, USA Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC 13th Annual Conference, January 24, 2011, Manama, Bahrain The Utilization of Earned Value Management for Establishing Governance Frameworks, Saadi Adra – Earned Value International Advisory Panel (EVIAP), 2011, Lisbon, Portugal Project Governance Policies Enhance PMO’s Existence, Saadi Adra - PMI Community of Practice (CoP) GOV Webinar, 2011 Bearing and Value within Governance Frameworks, Saadi Adra - EVM 3, 2011, Valencia, Spain Project Governance Policies Enhance PMO’s Existence, Saadi Adra - PMI Community of Practice (CoP) GOV Webinar, 2011 Managing The Corporate IT Project Portfolios By developing and implementing a project portfolio management system, Bassam Samman - 19th International Conference on Management of Technology (IAMOT) March 8-11, 2010, Cairo, Egypt Real Estate Portfolio Optimization, Dr. Ahmed Awad - 19th International Conference on Management of Technology (IAMOT) March 8-11, 2010, Cairo, Egypt Dealing with the Brain Drain in the Petrochemical Industry, Bassam Samman – MEED Conference, June 2009, Dubai, UAE Promoting Women Leadership through Project Management, Bassam Samman - International Business Women Group (IBWG), April 2009, Abu Dhabi, UAE Lessons Learned/Pitfall prevention Tool, Fayzah Al-Habib, Construction Industry Institute (CII) Conferences, 2008, Reno, Nevada, USA What applications are available in the market to assist with managing project risk? Bassam Samman - MEED Conference, August 7, 2007, Abu Dhabi, UAE Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC 9th Annual Conference, January 2003, Manama, Bahrain Project Risk Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, October 23, 2002, Dubai, UAE Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman, PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, September 18, 2002, Doha, Qatar Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, June 19, 2002, Abu Dhabi, UAE Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, June 17, 2002, Muscat, Oman Enterprise Project Management for Maintenance Shutdown and Outage, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, November 7, 2001, Abu Dhabi, UAE Setting and Rolling Out the Project Management Office, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, September 20, 2001, Dubai, UAE Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC 8th Annual Conference, May 2001, Manama, Bahrain Enterprise Project Management, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC 9th Annual Conference, February 2000, Manama, Bahrain Enterprise Project Management Information System, Bassam Samman - PMI-AGC Technical Dinner Meeting, May 20, 1998, Kuwait
  • 17. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 18 Commitment to Quality Awards and Recognitions 2013 Deltek Acumen Fuse Value Added Reseller Award 2013 Oracle University “Oracle Primavera Best Partner Performance” 2012 Deltek Acumen Fuse Value Added Reseller Award 2010 Hard Dollar Pioneer Award 2008 Primavera Top Performer New Licenses – International 2008 Primavera PrimaClub 2008 Primavera Four Million Dollar Club 2007 Primavera Top Performer New Licenses International 2007 Primavera Three Million Dollar Club 2007 Primavera Prima Club 2007 Primavera Top Performer Total Revenue International 2006 Primavera Two Million Dollar Award 2006 Primavera PrimaClub 2006 Primavera Top Performer New Licenses International 2006 Primavera 20 Years of Support & Service 2005 Primavera Million Dollar Club 2005 Primavera PrimaClub 2005 Primavera Top Performer EMEA 2004 Primavera Million Dollar Club 2004 Primavera President’s Club 2003 Primavera Half Million-Dollar Club 2003 Primavera Largest Expedition Sale 2002 Primavera PAR of the Year EMEA 2002 Primavera Largest Expedition Sale EMEA 2002 Primavera Half-Million Dollar Club EMEA 2001 Primavera Half-Million Dollar Club EMEA 2001 Primavera Over-Achievement Award 2000 Primavera Highest Annual Growth 2000 Primavera Significant Expedition Achievement 2000 Primavera Highest Annual International Expedition Sales 2000 Primavera Half Million-Dollar Club 2000 Primavera Largest Expedition Sale 2000 Primavera Expedition Over-Achievement Award 2000 Primavera Highest Annual Growth 1998 Primavera President’s Club 1998 Primavera Half Million-Dollar Club 1998 Primavera Largest Concentric Sale 1998 Primavera Over Achievement Award 1998 Primavera Highest Annual Growth 1998 Primavera Significant Expedition Achievement Award 1998 Primavera Largest Expedition Sale 1998 Primavera Highest Expedition Sales 1997 Primavera President’s Club 1997 Primavera Half Million-Dollar Club 1997 Primavera Highest Expedition Sale 1996 Primavera 10-Year Milestone Award 1996 Primavera President’s Club 1996 Primavera Highest Expedition Sale 1996 Primavera Significant Achievement Award 1995 Primavera President’s Club 1995 Primavera Significant Achievement Award 1994 Primavera Top Expedition Sales 1992 Primavera President’s Club ISO 10006:2009 Guidelines for Quality Management in Projects ISO 9001:2008 Quality In Business Relationship Procedures ISO 9001: 2008 Quality in Consultancy Procedures ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems ISO 9001:2008 Technical Support Procedures ISO 9001:2008 Professional Training Procedures
  • 18. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 19 Reference Letters CMCS performance in delivering the different projects they had been involved this has been documented in terms of reference letters issued by our esteemed clients. The list of reference letters issued to CMCS include references letters from: 1. AECOM 2. Al Futtaim Group Real Estate 3. Al Ain Distribution Company 4. Afghanistan Introduction Management Services (AIMS) 5. Qatar Real Estate Investment Company 6. Alfanar Co. (KSA) 7. Amana Contracting & Steel Building Co. W.L.L 8. The Arab Contractors - Osman Ahmed Osman Co. 9. Bank Muscat 10. The British University in Egypt (BUE) 11. Carrefour KSA 12. CEMT International Consultants Pvt. Ltd. 13. Chiyoda Almana Engineering L.L.C 14. Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd. (Chennai) 15. DALEEL PETROLEUM L.L.C 16. DESCON 17. Diyar United Trading & Contracting Company 18. Dolphin Energy 19. DU 20. Dubai Petroleum 21. Equity Bank 22. ESER Contracting & Industry Co. Inc 23. EXTERRAN Eastern Hemisphere FZE 24. FLSMIDTH Private Limited 25. Force 10 Group 26. GASCO Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd. 27. Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co.(GPIC) 28. GVK Power (Goindwal Sahib) Limited 29. HILL International 30. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HP) 31. International Relief & Development (IRD) 32. J. Ray McDermott Middle East. 33. KELE Contracting 34. L&T Construction Infrastructure (Chennai) 35. LARSEN & TOUBRO Limited (Chennai) 36. LARSEN & TOUBRO Limited (Mumbai) 37. MAALOUF Trading & Contracting 38. Morganti Group Inc. 39. MORPHEUS Project Management Consultants 40. Municipality of Abu Dhabi 41. Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar Ltd.(N.DSQ) 42. National Contracting Co. Ltd.(NCC) 43. National Contracting Co. Ltd.(NCC) 44. OGER Abu Dhabi 45. OGER Abu Dhabi 46. Oman Polypropylene L.L.C 47. LARSEN & TOUBRO Limited (Chennai) 48. Oman Refineries & Petrochemical Company (ORPC) 49. ORASCOM-Contrack JV 50. PHIL HOURIE S.A.R.L 51. Punj Llyod Ltd. 52. QAFCO Qatar Fertiliser Company 53. Qatar Financial Centre Authority 54. RAIL 55. RasGas 56. RasGas 57. RTA 58. SAMREF Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery 59. SIEMENS 60. SHAR Trading & Contracting Company 61. SOMA Enterprises 62. TAKRAF India Pvt. Ltd. 63. TATA Projects Ltd. 64. THALES International Middle East 65. The Bahrain Society of Engineers 66. The National Company 67. TOWELL Construction & Co. L.L.C 68. United Infrastructure Projects SAL (Offshore) 69. WSP Middle East 70. Yokogawa Middle East B.S.C 71. TRIO ARAB COMPANY 72. TRANSCO Abu Dhabi Transmission & Dispatch Company 73. The National Company
  • 19. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 20 Selected Testimonials I found this program very useful for myself and I believe to enroll my staff in the near future in the programs like this will really help to enhance the competency of my teams to respond to the Project requirements that we are commonly understanding in Afghanistan Muhammad Sahibzada, CEO/President, Kaimaat Group, UAE Syed was extremely good in teaching primavera and he has a deep insight into the various aspects of primavera, coupled with practical knowledge K.C.K. Rao, Head-Planning & Cost Control Dept, GASCO/Technip, UAE He's the Top..! Good level of terms and steps to be considered back in work place. Thanks to his good flow of information Habiba Awadh, Project Manager, Environment Agency, UAE Excellent in all areas! Superb Instructor and facilitator. This course is very important to my improved understanding of PMI concepts applicability to my position James W. Delony, DynCorp International, Afghanistan Absolutely a fantastic instructor, a lot of the PMP materials is loving. She always made it interesting and was never boring, her passion and interest were the best for the success Richard Polo, VP & Director, DynCorp International, Afghanistan She made the course very interesting and entertaining, it made it easy to stay focused and engaged, she kept it moving and did not stagnate on certain areas. Spoke very clearly and with good tone Teddy Moody, Project Controls Supervision, DynCorp International, Afghanistan She was very nice and she has a lot of valuable information which I feel that I understand the PMP Course in better way Abdel Raouf, Team Leader, Nokia, UAE Instructor is very strong in projects management concepts. He communicates well and explains the concept in an effective manner. Training is very useful. Saleha Saiwa Dawood, Power System Engineer, TRANSCO, UAE Excellent and clear in communication with well experienced Background knowledge and proficiency. However snapshots of relevant cases of each topic will be more beneficial B.M. Rao, Project Manager, DODSAL, UAE Syed teaching style is good and very much realistic. Devkant Prabhakas, Planning Engineer, DODSAL, UAE Excellent presentation skills and in depth knowledge of the subject along with strong teaching skills Shanavas Mateed, Manger Operation, DODSAL, UAE CMCS is the leader in the domain of professional training and growing the awareness of "A world without failed Projects" in the UAE and across the region. They always bring-in the latest in technology to cover the construction business (and other sectors) needs We're happy to partner with CMCS in all our professional training requirements. Jamil Mansour, Head of Planning and Controls Division, Nael & Bin Harmal Hydroexport, UAE The Knowledge and teaching skill is excellent. He knows how to transfer the knowledge well. Shailendra Kumar, Lead Planning Engineer, DODSAL, UAE Nicely presented, very professional. The course shall helps us in managing shutdowns and more effectively Tariq Khan Sherwani, Planning Engineer, FERTIL, UAE Very Effective trainer, excellent will help in preparing the PRA reports for the clients Devaraj SG, PCM, DODSAL, UAE Very Useful and effective this course to me near areas of oracle which I was work familiar with and helpful to my Job Shaji Thomas, Scheduling and Cost Control Officer. DODSAL, UAE Has enhanced the depth of my understanding of project management concepts/techniques and reality through the strategy formulation and strategically thinking Samar Hatoum, General Manager, Al Hikma Building Contracting, UAE The course and its timing is excellent for me as I am charged with standardizing Kentech's project control systems based on best practice and believe the scope should be broader than this. Stephen Humphreys, Head of group services, Kentech Group, UAE Outstanding performance by the instructor! I feel very good to get this course from Bassam. It will develop my career & will improve the communication in my organization Bader Al Bahrani, Project Manager, KBR/AMCDE, KSA I just passed my PMP exam yesterday! Thanks to CMCS for offering a wonderful course and specifically to Samah Kamel for encouraging me to do the PMP course when the CAPM course I signed up for got cancelled. Thanks to the wonderful CMCS team who make the courses I attend with them just wonderful Salma Bin Breik, Senior EHS Scientist, GHD Global, UAE I would like to thank CMCS staff for providing their professional training & helping me to obtain the PMP certificate. I hope they will keep giving the best services worldwide Mohamad Hachoui, Senior Architect, Saudi Bin Laden Group, KSA I would like to formally place on record our appreciation for the very good work done by your team for providing Primavera training for nearly 100 of our project and development managers over 12 sessions. A special thanks to Satish for an excellent job of conducting these sessions. He was very helpful and accommodating and led the sessions in a cool and efficient manner. Thank you Satish. C.Harigovind, Majed Al Futtaim (MAF), UAE CMCS organization is one of the best ever professional institutions that every Future Project Manager must approach to enhance his capabilities. Husam Diyan, Projects Control Manager, CCC, UAE Bassam was and still is capable of creating and motivating not only his own team but also all sort of clients, specially the most reticent ones. Good Luck. Nouhad Ajaltouni, Senior Project Manager, Free Lance, Lebanon Munzer Baddar is a highly talented instructor who shares personal experience while soon understanding yours on the way to PMI principles. The energy he brings turned the mundane into a provocative and interesting learning experience. He possesses a wealth of diverse cultural experience and language fluency that enables him to engage everyone in the room. In our PMP exam preparation training, he turned our whole group of individuals feeling “I don't think I can do this" into a group of comrades; from IT to Construction, believing “I got this, I can do it, I understand these concepts and processes and can effectively bring them to my work. Well Done Munzer! Daniel Knowlton, Project Engineer, NAPD, Saudi ARAMCO, KSA This course helped me to be more efficient and positive toward any PM in order to help reach a successful project base on estimates Bernard Toubassi, Alfa, Lebanon My work involves project management, and I apply it in all fields from time management, quality, scope, communication Georges Kfoury, Alfa, Lebanon I will try to apply and increase my management skills in my daily work in the company to improve my performance and efficiency by using the training that I took as a reference Bedros Hoyoukian, Alfa , Lebanon Saadi is very experienced and great in telling cases, which make us understand more the theory and the course was very helpful in getting large vision on
  • 20. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 21 how to manage a project Patrice Rachwan, Alfa, Lebanon PMP topics were as expected and they gave me the appropriate knowledge to enhance and organize my management to the projects at my company Charbel El-Saghbini, Alfa, Lebanon The course is very interesting and helpful in real life Gracia Abou Jaoude, Alfa, Lebanon It will help me improve my PM skills by adapting new tools and techniques to plan and to control executions Souha Nassour, Alfa, Lebanon Very useful training knowledge of standard best practices to be applied on project Management Elsy Abi Khalil, Alfa, Lebanon Everything is well explained in a reasonable way Elias Rizk, Alfa, Lebanon The course was very interesting cause it includes new materials knowledge for me . I will be using this new knowledge during my future projects Joseph Rouhana, Alfa, Lebanon Currently I am a project Manager; I learned many issues from the course. I will try to apply them on the projects Wissam Salameh, Alfa, Lebanon It is good course overall and it gave a better idea to our projects Elie Daou, BEMCO, Lebanon Helped to put project management in perspective, organized ideas into a more structured frame Yasmine Mroweh, BEMCO, Lebanon Organized scientific guidelines for essential issues, we were dealing with since the past 10 years Hrair Kevorkian, BEMCO, Lebanon The Course was impressive in term of migrating to HD for better estimation of projects Khaled Wehbe, CAT Group, Lebanon I find the software beneficial and friendly user .I recommend to be used by all Raed Mounzer, CAT Group, Lebanon I Think HD is a very good tool; and if implemented right it could simplify the estimation process Ela Jabbour, CAT Group The course was very useful and need more individual practice Rabih Gerges, CAT Group, Lebanon I wish I knew this course in my previous years Hassan Najjar, EWAAN, KSA I will definitely benefit from this course in my work Khalid Mirza, EWAAN, KSA This course focused on some legal aspects which help me to make or review the contracts Samer EL Houjeyri, EWAAN, KSA It was good and the case study was very useful Wael Saimaldahe, EWAAN, KSA I came here without any academic background, then fully now I have a good baseline I can improve and hold on any foundation Ali Ismail, Plan Company, Lebanon He helped us understand the content by referring to a wide spectrum of cases that shows how knowledgeable he is Omar Kabboul, Programs It helped me identify what is used to be usual practice that is standardized Amid Sahyoun, Butec, Lebanon This course is very good to broaden my knowledge and may add to my work opportunities in the future Reem Mesto, Finance, Lebanon It was great .It will help me to organize more my projects Ghayath Al Merhabi, Rahma Medical Center, Lebanon Very useful in terms and handing us practical tools which we can implement in our work in the future Sarah Kilany, Himaya, Lebanon It would help more in designing, planning and implementing projects Mohid El Hourani, Welfare Association, Lebanon It will help me organize and arrange all scopes of my future projects Ahmad Moustafa, Social Services Association, Lebanon As an acting P.M, I will do my best to start managing my projects using P6 Mohamad Hijazi, Khatib & Alami, Lebanon The course was very Informative Jarrah Sabr, , Lebanon The Course provided me almost with all the critical aspect concerning project management in primavera Ahmad Shehadeh, Lebanon It is so interesting Sleiman Mallo, Zerock, Lebanon Presentable and Smart Mohamad Hijazi, Khatib & Alami, Lebanon I like his method to repeat explanation of the process as general understanding instead of focusing on memorizing Hussein Hamud, PETRO- CANADA Suncor, Syria I like the inter-action discussion between the attendees and Mohamad was very good at everything Toni Farah, Khatib & Alami, Lebanon The course was very interesting and it has a great deal of knowledge that will help me implement new approaches while handling projects Rima Abou Rjeily, Clinserv, Lebanon Very helpful to manage projects related to my work. Elias Yammine, Ran Research & study Engineer, Alfa, Lebanon It was interesting a lot, with fill interaction and it would help me organize my work more. Warrada Skayneh, Clinserv, Lebanon It helps us for better planning of our projects. Nadine Bou Haidar, Clinserv, Lebanon Very professional Dr. Nadia Cheai, Clinserv, Lebanon All Knowledge areas can be applicable in my work Maysaa Baddour, Clinserv, Lebanon It can help me in organizing and planning for future projects and to improve experience Tahani Kahled, CSC, Lebanon It is very helpful to apply project management, organizing and coordinating between teams Rola Assaf, CSC, Lebanon Well presented, provides a formal framework to draw from and put to practical use. Will make me more valuable by being a PM and BA Riad Charif, Information Technology and Business Intelligence This Course helped me in being aware of all knowledge areas in my job Steven Chebaclo, Averda-Sukleen, Lebanon A Mandatory course to boost up my career path Adnan Sardouk, Averda International-Sukleen, Lebanon Hope for the instructor the best of luck and the course was very useful Mahmoud Ghandour, American University of Beirut (AUB) , Lebanon The Performance was very professional and the instructor is very skillful at getting my attention and at keeping me interested in the topic Ghassan Khalifeh, American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon Very well resumed (from PMBOK5), it will help me better organize my projects (in a professional manner) Fouad Abdullah, Antoine University, Lebanon An excellent course that focuses on the Practical aspects of stakeholder management and would definitely recommend it to new starters, juniors and senior Marwan EL Habbal, Averda Group, Lebanon
  • 21. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 22 The Course is a distillation of tremendous experience in the real world, and an uninhibited imparting of knowledge generously by the instructor George Al Assad, LEO & LEO, Lebanon Great wealth of knowledge, very important material, well prepared and very well rounded professor. Hence great class and classmates Mahmoud Bizri, BICO Sarl, Lebanon This course is helpful in all type of work, giving a solid base for Project Management knowledge Malek Odet Allah, Project Engineer, Ayla Construction Chemical Co., Lebanon Eng. Ahmad was professional in his way of presenting the material and communicating with participants Hiba Faiq, Senior Procurement Engineer, Engineering Enterprise Co. , Lebanon Extremely cooperative and is ready to modulate his teaching methodologies taking into consideration of the knowledge level of participant. K.C.K. Rao, Head, GASCO, UAE Very good way of explaining things Abhisith Raghunandanan, Assistant Manager, Larsen & Toubro, UAE Well experienced trainer, utilizes his overall experience to convoy his objectives Toney Abraham, Planning Engineer, GASCO, UAE Mr. Syed, keep up the good work, he is the most valued instructor in the Middle East Umer Shaikh, Senior Planning Engineer, GASCO, UAE Has excellent knowledge of the subject, very good instructor Usman Saleem Malik, Development Engineer, FERTIL, UAE Excellent and informative Tariq Khan Sherwan, Planning Engineer, FERTIL, UAE Mr. Syed Ali Hasan is a very knowledgeable person, I am looking forward to attend future trainings as well Zubair Ashraf, Project Control Manager, DESCON Engineering, UAE Very effective trainer Devaraj Sj, PCM, DODSAL, UAE Your course closed on a sense of elation in what I was concerned. So whatever I wrote doesn't give you full credit. Truly. Reiterating my genuine pleasure at having met you and learned from you George Assad, CEO, Leo & Leo, Lebanon I really see a true leader inside each one of you, Thanks again. Said Dagher, Architect, Hecate, Lebanon Thank you Radhia for the 3 great motivational days. It will sure reflect on our day-to-day performance as team leaders. Marwan Habbal, R&D Automation Controller, Averda Group, Lebanon I just wanted to let you know that we too are enjoying the class and you as a prof. it is a great course where we can learn more about leadership and communication skills and best of all is to learn about ourselves and how we need to change/improve. Mahmoud Bizri , Owner , Bico Sarl, Lebanon Professional instructor Joseph Dergham, Tech Budget Control Supervisor, Alfa, Lebanon It helps me a lot in identifying the risks and the knowledge of how to deal with them. Joseph Dergham,Tech Budget Control Supervisor, Alfa, Lebanon Very Helpful. Georges Karam, Head of Ran Project Sub Unit, Alfa, Lebanon Very good knowledge of the course and presented adequate examples that identify the course Joseph Rouhana, Application Architect, Alfa, Lebanon It helps assess risk in any project. Maguy Medlej, Head of Business Intelligence Unit, Alfa, Lebanon Very Interesting Diala El Osta, Project Manager, SAB Mediterranee, Lebanon This Course helped me in being aware of all knowledge areas in my job Steven Chebaclo, Communication Officer, Averda – Sukleen, Lebanon A Mandatory course to boost up my career path Adnan Sardouk, Business Process Reengineering Officer, Averda- Sukleen, Lebanon Hope for the instructor the best of luck and the course was very useful Mahmoud Ghandour, Team Lead / Field Support Engineers, AUB, Lebanon The Performance was very professional and the instructor is very skillful at getting my attention and at keeping me interested in the topic. Ghassan Khalifeh, IT Customer support Analyst, AUB, Lebanon Very well resumed (from PMBOK5) , it will help me better organize my projects ( in a professional manner) Fouad Abdullah, Administrative Coordinator, Antoine University, Lebanon Very useful for My future career. Melhem Matar, Corporate Business Development Manager, Man Enterprise, Lebanon It will be a very good achievement to get certified, while the course was a knowledge enhancement for me. Hussein Hamud, Operation engineer, Petro – Canada, Syria It will help me to improve the way I deal with project and in house I will conduct them.Farah Abou Hoson, Dietitian, AWH, Lebanon It is actually very good. Dina Haydar, Director, The Tripoli and Zahrani oil Installation, Lebanon It is well presented and has helped me put things together and gave me better perspective. Dina Haydar, Director, The Tripoli and Zahrani oil Installation, Lebanon Simply Excellent Mohammad ElMedwar, Founder, Websitat, Lebanon Good humor, very knowledgeable, motivator. Reina Batal, Project Engineer, Dar Al Handasah - Shair & Partner, Lebanon Beneficial for applying for the 5th edition Exam Stephanie Khoury, Project Engineer, Dar Al Handasah - Shair & Partner, Lebanon. I am very confident that this course is crucial in helping me pass my PMP test & later on for my work success. Rabih Rached, Agricultural Engineer, Lebanon Very good and fruitful. It lighted on many areas that may adjust the way we work or focus on .Hani Khanfer, Head of web unit, Alfa, Lebanon It will help me to better plan my steps in any project. Elie Khalil, Test mgt engineer, Alfa, Lebanon Very good, it will help me establish a project management system. Rima Hilal, Projects Sponsorship & Control, Touch, Lebanon In general, it covers all topics am interested in and it helps me to develop the work schedule for the current project. Hani Al Yacoubi, Consultant Engineer, Lebanon Excellent Performance Rima Btessini, Financial Control Manager, Touch, Lebanon Syed is an excellent facilitator, he provided us with great tips and techniques. I am very satisfied and pleased that I have taken this course on Primavera Risk Analysis which will help me and my organization in assessing the risk and applying mitigation plans on our multiple projects Amado III Veneracion, Senior Planning Engineer, Qatar Gas Operating Company Limited, Qatar Ahmed Ghazy is a very Good Instructor. The Outline of the course work was very well planned and he answered each ones' queries. It might help me interpret any project i am assigned to do in financial service sector Humoud Al Ajlan, Gulf Bank, Kuwait
  • 22. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 23 Primavera course was very interesting and Helpful in our Projects Zaina Al Salem, Engineer-Equate Petrochemicals Company, Kuwait Primavera course will help in understanding construction Program-Adel Al Otaibi, Owner Representative Construction-Al Ghanim International General Trading & Contracting Co., Kuwait Very effective and informative presentation by Ahmed Ghazy. The course is well developed and topics are relevant to basic knowledge Zunnur Ahmed, Project Cost Controller, Equate Petrochemicals Company, Kuwait The Primavera Course will be used for my next project Waheed Mohammed, Planner, Turki Al Dabbous Co., Kuwait Excellent Instructor and very useful course Hameed Rabeek, Head of PMO - Hot Engineering & Construction Co., Kuwait Advance Project Management in Primavera P6 is very useful for the further projects- B.Tamil Selvan, Planning & Cost Engineer, Gulf Spic, Kuwait Ahmed Ghazy has a very good communication skill. The course conducted is very good. It will help me in improving the Project control efficiency- Venkatsubramani, Manager of Project Control, Gulf Spic General Trading Co., Kuwait 9Advanced Project Management in Primavera P6 is a very good workshop with practical examples, the presentation of course was very good by Ahmed Ghazy Jeffry Mahesh, Planning Engineer, Gulf Spic- Kuwait Learned to use P6 to analyze data and report progress more efficiently Noura Al Zeidan, Planning Engineer, AMEC, Kuwait Primavera Basic Course was very good, interesting and explained the data in understandable way .This course is perfect M.Saravanan, Project Control Engineer, Gulf Spic, Kuwait Good Explanation, patient and helpful to meet my reflected understanding in my work.PCM course will help me to sort my work neatly and link me to my colleagues Ahmed Abdel Al Fadly, Head of Engineering Dept. -Trio Arab Co., Kuwait Primavera Contract Management (PCM) course is very useful in Construction Industries. It helps me to make cost control easy and output reports Esmat Nasry, Project Manager, Trio Arab Co., Kuwait I would like to thank Ahmed Ghazy for all his efforts. The PMP course was very good, important and got experience in order to develop and improve myself. It will give a new prospective and another point of view to new challenges and projects Haitham Mohtady, IT Manager, Trio Arab Co., Kuwait PMP course helps in establishing Project Management systems efficiently Mohammed Kadry, Assistant Vice President-Kuwait Financial Centre, Markaz, Kuwait PMP is a very good course. It will help me in mange my projects- Noura Al Zaidan, Planning Engineer- AMEC-Kuwait Thank you Insiya for the great training course you’ve arranged, I really appreciate your valuable arrangement and presence for all of us and for any requirement. It was a pleasure joining a course with CMCS and of course I’m looking forward for joining more courses with you Awatef Alshaya, PCD Manager- Oil & Gas Engineering Department- Kuwait The course was really interesting and did a lot of benefits to me. Mr. Ahmed Ghazy is a professional instructor and has a remarkable style in communicating and integrating with trainers. It was a useful experience to me and encouraged me to submit for PMP certification. The course in general was a good and pleasant experience Mohammad Kadry Abu Kamar, Assistant Vice President, Real Estate MENA Department, Kuwait Financial Center, Kuwait Regarding the PMP course, it was very useful as beginner and the instructor has a good knowledge. I do appreciate your attendance, Insiya, during the course, this was very helpful to us Fatemah Bader Abdukareem Almunayes , Electrical Engineer- KNPC-Kuwait. Excellent course Fouad Kourmaz, Research & Development Engineer, Alfa, Lebanon Munzer is one of the few efficient instructors who can give you everything you need to know; you can feel his experiences in every subject that he covers. I highly recommend him as one of the best trainers in his field. I personally learned a lot and beyond my scope! Amrow Hijazi, Marketing Director, Hewlett Packard, KSA Munzer’s the instructor we’ve employed for our in- house RMC Project Management workshops. He’s quite knowledgeable, delivers efficiently, and has mastered the art of engaging our employees in his trainings. Due to the high in-house demand and Munzer’s bright training methods and personality, we look forward to having him for many sessions to come Dana Al-Husseini, Associate – Reward and Talent Management, Human Capital Management, NCB Capital, KSA The workshop provided a wonderful Project Management insight. Munzer’s training methods and examples are really valuable at an application level Girish Ayyappath, Chief Operating Officer, Badran Middle East, KSA Thank you for your wonderful training. I am using GAP sheets and communication plan in my work to identify all the issues which causes delay in my project Afaq Ayub, Business Intelligence Analyst/ Developer, Nesma Advanced Technology, KSA I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and CMCS for the PMP training and for all the help. It was a pleasure meeting you and the other delegates. You have guided us in the right way on how to approach the exam and indeed for the revision required prior to it Ahmed AlJubouri, Associate Director, Currie & Brown, UAE It was a pleasure having attended the PMP course certainly instructed by a professional like yourself. I would love to and have already recommended you to my Institution as well as my colleagues whom are in the field of Project Management. I wish to have the opportunity to meet up with you again to spend some more time and extract as much knowledge and experience as I can from you. Thanking you again for all the help and support you provided us. The training was full of fun as well as knowledge gaining Zaid Al Harthy, Manager of Systems & Procedures, Bank of Muscat, Oman I am highly impressed. Lectures of this quality shall produce excellent professionals for the future of planning and scheduling Sanusi Adewale Planning Engineer, IPROPLAN Planners, Doha, Qatar Very knowledgeable with helpful nature Nazir Ahmed, Project Controls Manager, Louis Berger, Doha, Qatar The instructor performance was so effective positively and his explanation is straight forward. I was so impressed by this course and it upgraded my knowledge Aishati Isiaka, Doha, Qatar Assil Rehawi is interactive and engaging. A trainer that is passionate about her job which always leads to excellent and satisfactory results from all participants. Marwa Abdallah, Head of PMO and Quality Office, ADUKG, UAE I have attended one of Assil Rehawi courses at GCAA. I was really impressed of the new style of training in which it made all the attendees involved into the lecture and interacting with you. What really made me impressed in this course was her knowledge and professionalism in answering and dealing with different attendees’ background. I am still using some of the techniques to control my stress in my job. I really would like to join any courses that Assil will deliver in near future - Omran Ahli, Manager Emirates Approach Coordination The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA)
  • 23. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 24 Professional Development and Training CMCS Professional Development and Training is an integral component of CMCS PPM360° solution. We offer a comprehensive professional development programs that address project management best practices. We pride ourselves on imparting relevant and essential knowledge to help you master state- of-the-art project management tools. On average, CMCS offers more than 250 professional development programs per annum, covering courses for the general public and corporate training programs. Our programs are offered in multiple languages including English, Arabic, French and others. CMCS has provided its professional development programs to more than 1,350 public and private organizations in over 35 countries. Which industries can benefit? Our professional development programs are designed to meet the needs of all industries that are project centric and to help individuals within organizations, from executive to project level. In addition, CMCS runs programs that are specific to selected vertical industries such as engineering and construction, oil and gas, power and utilities, information technology, telecommunication and others. Who should attend? Learning the fundamental cornerstones to successful project management is not just the domain of senior level decision makers. Everyone from the CEO down can benefit from our training programs. The following roles in particular are ones that would specifically profit from our expert training: CEOs, CFOs, CPOs, CIOs, CDOs, CSOs, CTOs, general managers, business unit managers, human resources managers, program managers, projects directors/managers, business analysts, construction managers, design managers, project engineers, project control managers, project control engineers, planning and scheduling engineers, procurement managers, contract administrators, cost engineers, estimators, project team members and graduates. Our Instructors CMCS instructors are consultants with extensive experience in portfolio, program and project management principles, methods, processes and software applications. Almost all of our instructors are certified project management professionals (PMP), and many of them are certified project risk management (PRM), planning and scheduling professionals (PSP) and project management office certified (PMOC). Our instructors have delivered professional development programs to managers and executives representing top organizations across the globe. •Project Management ProfessionalPMP® •Scheduling ProfessionalPMI-SP® •Certified Associate in Project ManagementCAPM® •Risk Management ProfessionalPMI-RMP® •Program Management ProfessionalPgMP® •Planning and Scheduling ProfessionalPSPTM •Earned Value ProfessionalEVPTM •Certified Cost ProfessionalCCPTM •Certified Forensic Claims ConsultantCFCCTM •Certified Estimating ProfessionalCEPTM •Certified Cost TechnicianCCTTM •Certified Business Analysis ProfessionalCBAP® •Certified Green Project Manager AssociateGPM-b •Certified Green Project ManagerGPM® •Certified Knowledge ManagerCKM •Certified Knowledge PractitionerCKP™ PMP®, PMI-SP®, PMI-RMP®, PgMP®, CAPM® are registered marks of the Project Management Institute. PSPTM , EVPTM , CCPTM , CFCCTM , CEPTM and CCTTM are registered marks of AACE International. CBAP® is a registered mark of the International Institute of Business Analysis. GPM-b and GPM® are registered marks of Green Project Management, CKM and CKPTM are registered trademarks of Knowledge Management Institute.
  • 24. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 25 Competency Development Program CMCS develops and implements Competency Development Programs (CPD) that help in building the qualified resource pool needed for the successful delivery of our clients’ project investments. Our CPD takes into consideration our clients’ demand for project centric resources and design a comprehensive program that combines theory, technology usage and hands-on experience training programs to provide the qualified resources. Our theoretical training modules will be based on internationally recognized project management certifications to ensure that the resources can successfully attain those certifications. On the other hand, our technology usage training will be based on the best and most used project management software applications. What makes our CPD unique is the hands-on experience part of the program where members will be assigned to real live projects to implement what they have learned and be supervised by one of our specialists as his/her mentor. Our approach will help organizations not only in building qualified project management resources but create an environment that will attract professionals to join and excel. Although our Competency Development Program is based on internationally recognized best practices and certification, what makes it unique is that it takes into consideration the local market requirements and acceptable practices. Our professional development programs can be offered in different formats and languages depending on our clients’ needs. Online Training CMCS can offer most of their courses as live online training. The online training offers a convenient way to offer CMCS training for organizations and individuals who cannot attend CMCS scheduled courses. This will allow our delegates to attend the training from home or office. For online training that is conducted for a single organization, CMCS can schedule the delivery of the training during the days and hours that best suite our clients’ schedules. The online training is also available for computer based training courses including those of Oracle Primavera, PMWeb Collaborative Project Management, Deltek Acumen, Nomitech CostOS, TILOS, ARES PRISM G2 , Hard Dollar among others.
  • 25. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 26 Project Management Certification Preparation CMCS offers training programs that will meet the needs of each project team member and are aligned with internationally recognized certifications that are needed by each stakeholder involved in the project delivery process. CMCS training programs has helped professionals to attain their PMP®, CAPM®, RMP®, PgMP®, PM-SP®, ACP®, PSP®, EVP®, CCP®, GPM®, PMOC®, CBAP®, CKM, CKP TM and other professional certifications. CMCS is an approved education provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE®), the Green Project Management (GPM®), International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®), the Knowledge Management Institute (KM Institute),the Construction Specifications Institute Construction Education Network (CSI CEN) and AllPMO Network PMOC Certification. The current certification courses list includes:  BA110 The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days  KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program, 5 Days  KM200 Certified Knowledge Practitioner (CKP TM ) Program, 2 Days  P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner, 4 Days  P851 PMI® Agile Certified Practitioner PMI-ACP Exam Preparation, 4 Days  P878 Project Risk Management (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation, 4 Days  P905 Project Management Professional(PMP) Exam Preparation, 5 Days  P916 The Certified Associate in Project Management Course (CAPM), 4 Days  P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP) Certification Exam Preparation, 2 Days  P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation, 5 Days  P959 Achieving Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP) and PMI-SP Certification Exam Preparation, 2 Days  P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Exam Preparation, 3 Days  PC201 Certified Forensic Claims Consultant™ (CFCC™) Certification Preparation Course, 2 Days In addition, the following courses are recommended for those seeking professional certification:  EP100 Effective Performance and KPI Management, 2 Days  G100 Essential Project Governance and Reporting For Executives, 3 Days  P853 Project Stakeholder Management, 4 Days  P875 Executing Strategy By Engaging Project Portfolio Management (PPM), 2 Days  P897 Project Closeout and Lessons Learned, 3 Days  P908 Managing Multiple Projects, 3 Days  P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach, 2 Days  IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification, 3 Days  LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, 3 Days  IT02 IT Project Management, 4 Days  P000 Difference Between PMI PMBOK 4 and PMBOK 5, 1 Day PMP, GPM PMP, EVP, PMI-SP, GPM PMP, RMP, GPM PgMP, RMP, GPM PMOC, RMP, CBAP, GPM Executive Project Management Training Executive Management PMO Program Manager Program Manager Project Manager Project Controls Project Team Project Team Project Manager Project Controls Project Team Project Team Program Manager
  • 26. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 27  P931 Workshop for the Preparation of the PMP Certification Exam, 1 Day  P933 Project Management for NGO Using Project/Program Management Life Cycle, 3 Days  P990 OPM3 –PMI Organizational Project Management Maturity Model, 2 Days
  • 27. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 28 BA110 Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 25 PDU About the Course The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA ® ) has created the Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP ® ), a designation awarded to candidates who have successfully demonstrated their expertise in this field. This is done by detailing hands-on work experience in business analysis through the CBAP® application process, and passing the IIBA ® CBAP ® examination. Certified Business Analysis Professionals are experts in identifying the business needs of an organization in order to determine the best solutions, a role that is increasingly seen as a vital component of any successful project. More and more companies are recognizing the CBAP ® designation and the value and expertise that these professionals bring to their organizations. Reason to Attend Businesses must make every effort to minimize risk and increase profitability. This means selecting the right investments, and including only the necessary scope within those investments. However, we need to address every stakeholder’s needs so that everybody remains committed. How do we accomplish this fine balance? That is where we need the Business Analyst. Business analysts often play a central role in aligning the needs of business units with the capabilities delivered by information technology and the organization as a whole, and may serve as a “translator” between those groups. Who Should Attend Any person who performs business analysis activities, no matter what their job title or organizational role may be. Business analysis practitioners include not only people with the job title of business analyst, but may also include business systems analysts, systems analysts, requirements engineers, process analysts, product managers, product owners, enterprise analysts, business architects, management consultants, and those who also perform related disciplines such as project management, software development, quality assurance, and interaction design. Course Outline  Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring  Elicitation  Requirements Management and Communication  Enterprise Analysis  Requirements Analysis  Solution Assessment and Validation
  • 28. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 29 KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program, 5 Days Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for the KM Institute CKM. All CKM students gain pre-class access to the new “KM101” interactive program from the KM Institute Awareness Series. This helpful bonus gives students a level-set knowledge of the material - regardless of background or experience. Pre-class material also gives us more time in class for practical exercises and "hands-on KM." Who Should Attend The CKM is ideal for anyone tasked to lead a KM initiative or improve an existing one – or those interested in gaining a solid grasp of common KM principles at an advanced level with hands-on experience performing KM. CKM Graduates range from KM workers to managers, government to commercial, and just about everyone in between. Learn and Experience  Perform KM using KM Metrics, interactive exercises, tips and tools for success  Build better collaboration/communication; spark innovation among colleagues  Transform your organization or customer into a true “Learning Organization”  Establish a Knowledge Audit, including innovative ways to do Knowledge Mapping  Create the KM Vision for your company, including a solid strategy to get there  Initiate with your peers successful Communities of Practice  Discover usable, real-world KM principles and keys to success Course Outline  Theme I Learn the “KM Essentials”- a guide to practical KM and the role of the KM leader. Implement Grass Roots KM includes rigorous, practical KM (how to “Get Started”), the rationale for KM, KM roles including the KM leader, an introduction to change management, the KM Institute Methodology to Perform KM, and other proven KM techniques covered more fully in the in-depth follow up Themes.  Theme II Study the KM Institute Methodology to Perform KM, a robust, proven approach to enterprise, full life-cycle KM.  Theme III tracks thru that KM methodology, learning how to “Perform KM,” including specific steps such as benchmarking, knowledge audits and mapping, establishing a Knowledge Age vision, and especially major KM strategies or initiatives. Proven KM initiatives are studied, including both their process and enabling technologies: Lessons Learned Mgmt, Best Practice Management, Process Management, How to Rethink Learning, Communities, Personal KM, Knowledge Flight, Content Management, Innovation and others.  Theme IV is a start on the KM Institute’s Life-Long Learning Program – Study Special KM Skills and Topics. Many techniques are surveyed: Change mgmt, Metrics, Storytelling, Social Networks and other emerging KM Technologies not covered above. Theme I: KM401 - Implement Grassroots KM Module 1.01 – Introduction to the Knowledge (K) Age Module 1.02 – Post-industrial Knowledge Age Imperative Module 1.03 – Let’s Define Knowledge (and It’s Attributes) Module 1.04 – Understand Basic KM Fundamentals - New K Paradigm Module 1.05 – Understand Basic KM Fundamentals – K Modes (Tacit vs. Explicit) Module 1.06 – Understand Basic KM Fundamentals – K Processes Module 1.07 – K-Intensive Activities – Focus on four hi-level activities to seek K-Age improvements Module 1.08 – KM Principles Module 1.10 – Proven KM Methodology (Overview) – KM Bulls & Squirrels Module 1.11 – Understand K-Age Roles Module 1.12 – Understand Advanced/Strategic KM Methodology and Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM) Module 1.15 – Get Started
  • 29. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 30 Theme II: KM402 – Study the KM Institute KM Methodology to Perform KM Unlike Theme I, this Theme has numerous self-study modules. Module 2.01 – KM Universe Model™. Introduction to KM Models and metaphors, especially how to use models to diagnose and prescribe KM actions. This is a self-study module in eCKM. Module 2.02 – Review KM Principles of US Army (self study). Evaluate published ‘Keys to Success’ Module 2.03 – Understand Early KM Frameworks – Global Unified KM Framework™ KM Education Forum – Renewed attempt/establish credible KM Standards for KM Body of Knowledge (KMBOK™) Module 2.04 – Innovative K Café – Core KM Methodology Module 2.05 – Evaluate Alternative KM Methodologies Module 2.06 – Study KMBOKTM by Phase (Phase II – Create the K Imperative - Strategy) Module 2.07 – Study KMBOKTM by Phase (Phase III – Design/Justify KM Initiative) Module 2.08 – Study KMBOK™ by Phase (Phase IV – Implement/Manage Organizational Change) Module 2.09 – Study KMBOK™ by Phase (Phase V – Operate and Maintain – Continuously Improve) Module 2.10 – Understand Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM™) Theme III: KM403 – Perform KM Methodology As with Theme II, this Theme has numerous self-study modules and especially supporting enrichment materials. Module 3.01 – Benchmark Proposed KM Solutions (A115) – Acquire K from other sources Module 3.02 – Perform Knowledge Audit (A22) – Traditional approach to understanding the present state (“As-Is”) Module 3.04 – Develop KM Vision, Values Statement and Performance Targets (A23) – Strategic Planning Activities Module 3.05 – Develop KM Strategy (A24) – Decide which KM Bulls to Design/Justify Module 3.06 –KM Bull #1: Best Practices Management Process (BPMP) Module 3.07 – KM Bull #2: Content Management (Repositories) Module 3.08 – KM Bull #3: Lessons Learned Management Process Module 3.09 – KM Bull #4: Expert Locator Module 3.10 – KM Bull #5: “Connect & Collect” Module 3.11 – KM Bull #6: Enrich Communities of Practice (CoPs) Module 3.13 – KM Bull #8: Idea Management Process (Innovation) Module 3.14 – KM Bull #9: Personal KM – Improve personal skills & competencies/engage KWers in the K Age Module 3.15 – KM Bull #10: “Expert Flight” – K Elicitation and complex K Capture Module 3.16 – Link Plans, Get Buy-In Module 3.17 – Design/Justify “To-Be” Module 3.18 – Implement, Continuously Improve Theme IV – Study Special KM Skills and Topics Module 4.01 – Create KM Change Management Plan Module 4.02 – Select Appropriate KM Metrics Module 4.03 – Leverage Storytelling & Appreciative Inquiry in Change Plan Module 4.04 – Understand Use of Social Network Analysis Module 4.05 – Understand Emerging KM Technologies Module 4.06 – Understand KM Sciences Module 4.07 – Understand Implications of Intellectual Property (Patents, TM, ©) Module 4.08 – Cert Program Wrap Up/Review Module 4.09 – Conclusion/Assessment
  • 30. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 31 KM200 Certified Knowledge Practitioner (CKP TM ) Program, 2 Days Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for the KM Institute CKP. All CKP students gain pre-class access to the “KM101” interactive program from the KM Institute Awareness Series. This helpful bonus gives students a level-set knowledge of the material – regard-less of background or experience. Pre-class material also frees up more time in class for practical exercises and "hands-on KM." Who Should Attend The CKP is ideal for anyone tasked to lead a KM initiative or improve an existing one, or those interested in gaining a solid grasp of common KM principles at an advanced level with hands-on experience performing KM. CKP Graduates range from KM workers to managers, government to commercial, and just about everyone in between. Learn and Experience A Comprehensive overview of KM - Best practices/case studies - Real-world exercises - KM Bulls & Squirrels™ and their importance - Your Role on the KM Team - Change Management and Keys to Success - A Company-wide “KM Awareness Plan” - Social Media and other Hot Topics Course Outline Module 1 – Introduction Abstract: Understand the difference between Information Age and Knowledge Age. Module 2 – Knowledge-intensive Activities Abstract: Why manage knowledge now? It’s justified; it pays to do so! If a definition of KM is important, the rationale justifying KM is even more important. This module proves the merits of KM; discusses how we focus on K-intensive activities in the K Age, the dramatic improvement potential of K Workers in this Age, and the strategic importance for your organization to focus on its K Gaps - to align KM with the organizational vision and mission. “Why manage knowledge now?” You will know the answer. Module 3 – KM Principles and Tactics Abstract: KM’s rationale is strategic – we must do it, and tactical – we can do it. The proven value of learning is emphasized, focusing on the intersection of learning and KM--learning’s sweet spot: Performance Support (PS). PS is a key aspect of operational KM. KM Principles are introduced, a few described. The next module focuses on KM Methodology – exactly how to do KM. Module 4 – Proven Methodology (Featuring KM Bulls & Squirrels™) Abstract: In the beginning, many got passionate about KM and just ‘bought’ one – a KM System. In most cases, initial investments faltered. They need a jump start—change management, to fully realize the benefits. This Module details what they should have known before starting KM; including the essence of a robust, proven KM methodology. You can commence KM on a local (grass roots – “No-Budget KM™) or personal level. Specifically, how to “Create the Knowledge ImperativeSM” is disclosed. Module 5 –Let’s Define Knowledge Abstract: Contrasts most popular/practical definitions of Knowledge. The definition of Knowledge can be very personal based on your own perspectives. The ubiquitous nature of Knowledge is covered, as well as how to differentiate Knowledge from data and information. Learn how to relate Knowledge to action. Become familiar with all of its diverse Knowledge attributes (25), to promote greater understanding. Module 6 – Let’s Define Knowledge Management Abstract: A workable definition of KM is provided; in the context of understanding the nature of fads, frameworks, methodologies, the KMBOK™, and standards. You will now be able define KM for diverse audiences.
  • 31. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 32 Module 7 – KM Fundamentals – Knowledge Modes Abstract: This module focuses on a key knowledge attribute: Mode – both tacit and explicit Knowledge. The Nonaka & Takeuchi (SECI) model--four quadrants, shows the conversion dynamics for both tacit and explicit Knowledge. This tacit/explicit understanding enables you to appreciate the nature and requirements of integrated KM solutions. Each Knowledge Quadrant is justified, and explained in the context of the whole. Module 8 – Knowledge Processes Abstract: The modern view of Knowledge emphasizes two-way flow between both more and less knowing individuals, with the hopeful creation of new Knowledge at each collaboration. The Knowledge Life Cycle model gives understanding of the three Knowledge processes: acquisition, production/creation and integration/use of Knowledge throughout an organization. You will see the world thru a new, Knowledge-Age Lens. Module 9 – Utilize the New KM Paradigm – Connect and Collect! Abstract: This module studies the new Knowledge Paradigm “to get the best knowledge to the right person at just the right time to perform an activity (make decision, complete task, etc.).” The implications of the new Knowledge Paradigm are extensive. You will understand them and be able to apply them to your personal KM Initiatives. Module 10 – Understand Knowledge Age Roles Abstract: Understand new roles in the Knowledge Age, including K Workers, various K Practitioners (Coordinators, Specialists, Managers and Executives). The role of KM practitioners derives from what needs to be done based on research by experts funded by the U.S. Government, especially the role of the KM Leader or CKO, requisite competencies and skills, and the KM Imperative. Module 11 – Manage Change Abstract: Understand essential change management concepts including alternative types of change and which one applies to KM, the Hype Cycle, and how to mitigate the damages of the ‘Peak of Inflated Expectations’ and the ‘Trough of Disillusionment’. You will understand how to start change management aligned with business objectives. Module 12 – Understand Proven KM Methodology Abstract: In this module we take an initial, detailed view of the five-phase KM Body of Knowledge (KMBOK)™ Methodology, with a particular emphasis on Phases I and II to “Create the Knowledge Imperative – Plan Change, and Plan Strategy”. These are the essential phases to get started. Advanced KM Certification courses delve more deeply into all the methodology phases. In this module, the KM Institute’s Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM)™ is introduced, but covered more fully in Theme II. Exercise – Map a KM Learning Plan for each role in the K Age Module 13 – Learn Use of KM Startup Techniques – Interactive K Cafés and KM Buzz Sessions™ Abstract: Learn new Knowledge Age Brainstorming and Relationship Building Techniques which will be used to provide the KM Awareness Campaign and to create “No-Budget KM™” ideas implementable as KM initiatives. Module 14 – Get Started! And Special KM Hot Topics --Online CKP Exam
  • 32. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 33 P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner, 4 Days, 30 PDU Overview PRiSM Practitioner opens the topic to the benefits that can be gained from adopting sustainability based project delivery approach while educating the attendees in the full processes and activities required to fully integrating the P5 framework into their own working practices and project delivery methodologies. Participants to learn how weave sustainable methods into the fabric of their projects and expand their capabilities to stretch beyond scope and deliverables to impact the five bottom lines that define the health of the organization as a whole. The aim of PRiSM Practitioner is to train, educate, and develop individuals in project management and sustainability to improve the management and delivery of all types of projects within the set performance, time, cost and integration criteria throughout their own organization and to show how these changes can best be integrated into business as usual and become the normal embedded practices for the organization. This course teaches best-practices for managing projects and leverages the new ISO 21500 (Guidance for Project Management) using straight forward explanations and techniques that appeal to all levels of experience. Participants are usually: Who Should Attend The target audience for this course is business leaders, experienced project, program, and portfolio managers, business analysts, sustainability coordinators, CSR professionals and environmental managers... Previous Experience It is expected that attendees will have a basic understanding of and some experience with project management and/or environmental management through their roles at work or through study. Motivation PRiSM Practitioner is designed to ensure that upon successful completion that attendees understand the tools and techniques of project and sustainability management and can implement them immediately in the workplace to improve project efficiencies and sustainability methods to align with organizational strategic goals and policies. It is meant to supply methodology to what is currently in the IPMA ICB 3.0 Health, Security, and Safety & Environment Competency with the emphasis on Environment as referenced below “Protection of the environment is increasingly important, with issues such as global warming, pollution, depletion of natural resources, energy efficiency and energy conservation in the headlines on a daily basis. These factors need to be taken into account in all the project phases, in the use of the product and in its decommissioning and disposal.” “In designing the product and its manufacturing processes, the team needs to consider what materials will be used, how much energy is required to produce the item, how much CO2 or other greenhouse gases will be emitted, whether there are waste material disposal issues, and whether materials can be recycled, are biodegradable, or will cause pollution at the end of the product’s life. In using the product, its environmental impact should be minimized in terms of energy efficiency, emissions, and waste disposal. Internal and independent external auditing processes should operate within the organization covering all issues related to health, security, safety and the environment.” Learning Outcomes:  Project Management Standards based on ISO 21500 Guidance for Project Management.  Sustainability and Project Process Integration.  The PRiSM™ Methodology.
  • 33. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 34  Social, Economic, & Environmental Sustainability, Project Process, and Products as measurable bottom lines and Performance Indicators.  How to measure and report on your projects using 13 GRI Indicators and the 34 Project Sustainability Elements.  Sustainability Management Planning (SMP) and Risk.  ISO Standards from a project management perspective including:  ISO 21500 Guidance on Project Management  ISO 50001 The Energy Management Standard  ISO 14001 The Environmental Management Standard  ISO 9001 Principles of Quality Management  ISO 26000 Guidance on Social Responsibility
  • 34. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 35 P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation, 4 Days, 28 PDU Overview The course covers the tools, techniques, knowledge areas and skills required to pass the PMI – ACP® (Agile certified practitioner) exam. The course topics include: • About the PMI-ACPM certification and the exam • Introduction to agile – Agile history, agile manifesto, agile vs waterfall • Project selection – Project charter, project selection methods • Agile planning – Requirements definition cycle and techniques, estimating in agile, planning releases and iterations • Agile monitoring – Working with backlogs, managing quality, verification and validation, radiators, osmotic communication, burn up and burn down charts, Kanban boards, kaizen, managing risk, setting WIP limits, retrospectives • Managing people – Organizing team space, empowering team members, colocation, agile tooling, collaboration, negotiation, coaching in agile, managing motivation, ground rules, adaptive leadership, emotional intelligence. • Earned value management – Adapting earned value management to Agile • Scrum – Understanding scrum, XP and lean principles Approach The training approach includes: • Discussing topics • Completing a simulated exam per each topic • Discussing the exam solutions • Completing learning exercises • Completing an integrated exam Who Should Attend The course is primarily intended for persons with responsibility for managing projects (project or program managers), or associated with the management of projects. The latter has included persons with responsibility for project oversight and governance (e.g. project directors and members of program management offices) Course Outline Prepare trainees for obtaining the PMI – ACP® certification. Additionally the course should also help you to: • Apply agile practices on specific project situations; • Understand the agile approach, during the requirement, analysis, design, development, tests and deployment phases; • Understand the challenges of the agile approach in project management; • Determine if the agile approach is an option considering the project situation and environment; • Adapt the agile approach
  • 35. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 36 P878 Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 4 Days, 30 PDU Overview The course thoroughly explores the area of Project Risk Management including the latest additions to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 4 th Edition. Participants will learn to maximize the results of positive project events, and minimize the consequences of adverse events, both internal and external to the project. The course is designed according to the latest developments in active learning techniques. It allows participants to experiment with the techniques reviewed firsthand through the use real life examples, exercises and group discussions. This course will cover risk management from an initial foundation in risk concepts through to leading edge processes. However, all that will be presented is founded on practical processes that have been used and are proven to deliver improved business outcomes. Who Should Attend This course is targeted for Chief Executive Officers,FinanceManagers,Human Resources Managers, Project Managers,Engineers & Planners,andInformationTechnology Managers. Course Outline Day 1  Introduction to Risk Management  Principles and Concepts of Risk Management  Introduction to PMI® Risk Management Processes Day 2  Plan Risk Management  Identify Risks  Workshop Day 3  Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis  Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis  Plan Risk Responses  Workshop Day 4  Monitor and Control Risk  Workshop
  • 36. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 37 P905 Project Management Professional (PMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 5 Days, 35 PDU About The Course The Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional (PMP ® ) certification is accepted worldwide as proof of project management experience and competency. Having a (PMP ® ) certification proves that the candidate has an advanced level of experience and project management knowledge, as well as capability to study for and pass a rigorous examination. This seminar will teach the student the logistics of the examination, how to apply for it, how to prepare for it and how to pass the exam. The seminar will provide the basic knowledge required, and cover all the steps needed to pass the exam and attain the PMP certification. The course is designed for professionals seeking to refresh their knowledge on the PMBOK before taking the PMP exam, as well as for those who are interested in understanding the science of Project Management and how it applies to their business. Who Should Attend This course is suitable for Executives and mid career employees with at least 3 years (4,500) hours of project management experience, Project Management Team Members, Project Coordinators, Project Administrators, Project Expediters, Assistant Project Managers and Junior Project Managers. However, Senior Project Managers are often interested in attending the course and applying for the examination to prove being educated and aware of the state-of- the-art Project Management Knowledge and Terminology. Course Outline The course follows the framework of the Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK 5 th Edition. Each topic is introduced and discussed, with emphasis on the Inputs-Processes-Tools and Techniques-and Outputs structure outlined in the PMBOK 5 th Edition. Introduction, Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle, Project Management Processes Integration Management  Get to know classmates (company, industry, background)  PMI and PMP certification process  Project management context, life cycles, Process Groups and Knowledge Areas  Balancing the advanced triple constraints of a project; Project Stakeholders, Project Manager skills  Project Management in different Types of Organizations  Inputs-processes-outputs of Integration Management  Develop Project Charter, Develop Project Management Plan, Direct and Manage Project Work, Monitor and Control Project Work, Perform Integrated Change Control, Close Project or Phase  Questions & answers Project Scope Management; Project Time Management  Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS, Validate Scope and Control Scope  Plan Schedule Management, Define- and Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources and Duration, Develop and control Schedule.  Critical Path Method (CPM) using a hands on Network Diagram Exercise  Schedule Compression  Questions & answers Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management  Plan Cost management; Estimate Costs, Determine Budget  Earned Value Management Case Study and Control Costs  Plan Quality, Perform Quality Assurance and Control Quality  Plan Human Resource Management, Acquire-, Develop- and Manage Project Team.
  • 37. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 38  Management Styles, HR Recognized Theories  Questions & answers Communication Management, Risk Management, Procurement Management, Stakeholder Management  Plan-, Manage- and Control Communications  Plan Risk management, Identify Risks, Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk analysis, Plan Risk Responses and Control Risks  Plan Procurement Management, Conduct-, Control and Close Procurements.  Contract Types  Identify Stakeholders, Plan Stakeholder Management, Manage and Control Stakeholder Engagement  Questions & answers Professional Responsibility  Legal, ethical, and professional behavior  Code of conduct, cultural issues of international projects  The PMP® Certification process  Test-taking techniques  Mock Examination
  • 38. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 39 P916 Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 24 PDU About The Course The Project Management Institute’s Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification is accepted worldwide as proof of project management competency. Having a CAPM certification proves that the candidate has project management knowledge of industry best practices, as well as capability to study for and pass a rigorous examination. This seminar will teach the student the logistics of the examination, how to apply for it, how to prepare for it and how to pass the exam. The seminar will provide the basic knowledge required, and cover all the steps needed to pass the exam and attain the CAPM certification. This is a vital course for junior project managers, project team members, and fresh graduates wishing to learn project management industry best practices and executives who are new to project management, and are considering the benefits of project-driven organizations. Who Should Attend This course is vital for Executives with limited or no previous project management experience, Project Management Team Members, Project Coordinators, Project Administrators, Project Expediters, Assistant Project Managers and Junior Project Managers. In addition, CAPM is an excellent advancement for University graduates wishing to start a career in the project management arena. However, Senior Project Managers are often interested in attending the course and applying for the examination to prove being educated and aware of the state-of- the-art Project Management Knowledge and Terminology. Course Outline The course follows the framework of the Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK 5 th Edition. Each topic is introduced and discussed, with emphasis on the Inputs-Processes-Tools and Techniques-and Outputs structure outlined in the PMBOK 5 th Edition. Introduction, Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle, Project Management Processes Integration Management  Get to know classmates (company, industry, background)  PMI and PMP certification process  Project management context, life cycles, Process Groups and Knowledge Areas  Balancing the advanced triple constraints of a project; Project Stakeholders, Project Manager skills  Project Management in different Types of Organizations  Inputs-processes-outputs of Integration Management  Develop Project Charter, Develop Project Management Plan, Direct and Manage Project Work, Monitor and Control Project Work, Perform Integrated Change Control, Close Project or Phase  Questions & answers Project Scope Management; Project Time Management  Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS, Validate Scope and Control Scope  Plan Schedule Management, Define- and Sequence Activities, Estimate Activity Resources and Duration, Develop and control Schedule.  Critical Path Method (CPM) using a hands on Network Diagram Exercise  Schedule Compression  Questions & answers Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management  Plan Cost management; Estimate Costs, Determine Budget  Earned Value Management Case Study and Control Costs  Plan Quality, Perform Quality Assurance and Control Quality
  • 39. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 40  Plan Human Resource Management, Acquire-, Develop- and Manage Project Team.  Management Styles, HR Recognized Theories  Questions & answers Communication Management, Risk Management, Procurement Management, Stakeholder Management  Plan-, Manage- and Control Communications  Plan Risk management, Identify Risks, Perform Qualitative and Quantitative Risk analysis, Plan Risk Responses and Control Risks  Plan Procurement Management, Conduct-, Control and Close Procurements.  Contract Types  Identify Stakeholders, Plan Stakeholder Management, Manage and Control Stakeholder Engagement  Questions & answers Professional Responsibility  Legal, ethical, and professional behavior  Code of conduct, cultural issues of international projects  The PMP® Certification process  Test-taking techniques
  • 40. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 41 P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP) Certification Exam Preparation, 2 Days, 14 PDU Overview This 2-day course introduces you to the fundamental concepts of earned value management (EVM). It provides hands-on overview of the process of EVM, from project development to execution. You will learn the language associated with EVM. The course emphasizes the processes related to the Performance Management Baseline (PMB), the Integrated Baseline Review (IBR), and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for EVM systems. You will also learn about evaluating and computing basic EVM metrics and EVM metrics-based Estimates at Completion (EAC). You will gain valuable EVM skills through hands-on exercises that take you from EVM project baseline formation at the beginning of the project life cycle through the challenges of ongoing assessments and reassessments of cost, schedule and performance changes. The course provides an excellent review of the studying requirements for applying for the Earned Value Professional (EVP) Certification exam by the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE). AACE International’s newest certification program is designed to recognize the Earned Value Management Professional. The EVP certification program offers specialty credentials for the professional who wants to validate his/her skills and be designated as an EVP. Many professionals practice earned value management principles during the project life cycle. Until now, there has been no certification effectively measuring the Earned Value Professional’s capabilities - except through real-life performance. AACE’s EVP certification provides an exam and experience validation that lets industry and users identify those who are competent professionals within the EVM discipline. Who Should Attend The course is primarily intended for persons with responsibility for managing projects (project or program managers), or associated with the management of projects. The latter has included persons with responsibility for project oversight and governance (e.g. project directors and members of program management offices) Course Outline Introduction • Understanding Projects Definitions and Characteristics • Project Success and Delivery Pains Earned Value Management (EVM) Process • EVM and cost, schedule and performance • EVM variables and metrics • Understanding the EVM reporting process Project Scope Management • Work breakdown structure (WBS) and organizational break down structure (OBS) • Cost, schedule and performance criteria • Scope definition and reporting • Responsibility assignment matrix Accounting Systems • Control accounts for projects • Accounting system and WBS/OBS • Costs
  • 41. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 42 Scheduling and Budgets • Scheduling techniques • Master schedule and Schedule Compression • Budget and Performance Measurement System (PMS) • Resource leveling Project Planning and Measuring Progress • Elements of the Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) and Baseline realism • Project/program funding and performance budgeting • Resource loading schedule and networking • Planning packages and work packages Data Collection and Estimating Cost at Completion • Cost and schedule variables at the control account level • Budget, earned value, actual cost, schedule variance and cost variance • Cost to complete a project using earned value data • Cost Performance Index (CPI), Schedule Performance Index (SPI), To Complete Performance Index (TCPI) Change Control and Baseline Maintenance • External and internal changes on PMB • Change control and Programmatic changes and performance variances • Over Target Baseline (OTB) and Budget at Complete (BAC) Performance Reporting • Communication Plan • EVM, Cost Performance, Cost/Schedule Status and Baseline Reports
  • 42. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 43 P923 Certified Cost Professional Certification (CCP) Exam Preparation, 5 Days, 40 PDU About CCC Since 1976, the Association for Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEI) has recognized several thousand of certified individuals as Certified Cost Professionals (CCP). The certification’s intent is to recognize specialists who meet a demanding set of cost management criteria by a rigorous examination, experience, education and ethical qualifications. The CCP requirements reflect the sophistication of individuals in today’s cost control industry and it fairly measures their knowledge, experience and adherence to best cost management practices. CCP certification distinguishes cost and management professionals who have the knowledge and skills required to meet today’s challenges in all kind of industries. This course will make sure you get up to standards with the requirements to practice as a cost consultant at international levels and if you choose, to be certified as such through the AACEI examination process. Who Should Attend This course targets Chief Executive Officers, Finance Managers, Human Resources Managers, Project Managers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers, Companies understanding the value of cost management to fulfill their financial expectations and anyone interested in cost control and operations optimization regardless of the nature of its business. Course Outline Section 1 - Cost Cost Elements, Pricing, Material, Labor, Engineering, Equipment, Parts and Tools, Economic Costs, Activity Based Cost Management Section 2 - Cost Estimation Estimating, Process Product Manufacturing, Discrete Product Manufacturing Section 3 - Planning and Scheduling Planning, Scheduling Section 4 - Progress & Cost Control Progress Measurement and Earned Value, Earned Value for variable Budgets, Tracking Cost & Schedule Performance, Performance and Productivity Management Section 5 - Project Management Project Management, Project Organization Structure, Project Planning, Project Labor Cost Control, Leadership and Management of Project People, Quality Management, Value Analysis, Contracting for Capital Projects, Strategic Asset Management Section 6 - Economic Analysis Basis Engineering Economics, Applied Engineering Economics Section 7 - Statistic, Probability & Risks Statistic & Probability, Basic Concept in Descriptive Statistic, Risk Management Technical Paper, Guidelines & Review
  • 43. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 44 P959 Project Scheduling & Planning (PSP) and Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP®) Certifications, 2 Days, 14 PDU About The Course This two-day training course will provide participants with a thorough background in the concepts of Planning and Scheduling Engineering and Construction projects. The course addresses how to identify, monitor, and balance information crucial for the successful management of projects. It will discuss the development of a baseline performance management plan (PMP) for the project that will allow the efficient compilation and the timely generation of quantitative performance comparisons. The comparisons highlight significant performance departures (“actual vs. baseline”) and allow for preventive and early remedial and corrective actions. The course manual was prepared in line with the Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) extended version for Engineering and Construction projects. Accordingly, in addition to the nine knowledge areas: Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communications, Risk and Procurement, course will cover Financial, Claims, Safety and Environment. This course will provide those interested in attaining their “Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP)” certification from The Association of Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE-International) with an excellent review material that will increase their chances in passing this 8-hour exam. In addition, this course is an excellent introduction for attending the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Preparation course that will prepare delegates for applying for the PMP certification exam or PMI-PS certification of the Project Management Institute (PMI). The course will use Primavera for Engineering and Construction 5.0 to demonstrate how today’s available tools can be use to effectively manage projects data and provide visibility for important project performance data. It is therefore highly recommended for delegates to attend a course on managing projects using Primavera for Engineering and Construction after attending this course to gain the full competency in applying the knowledge gained on their projects. Who Should Attend This course is vital for Executives with limited or no previous project management experience, Project Management Team Members, Project Coordinators, Project Control Managers and Engineers, Project Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Project Administrators, Project Expediters, Assistant Project Managers and Junior Project Managers. Course Outline Introduction  Understanding Project Definitions and Characteristics  Project Success and Delivery Pains  The Science of Project Management  Project Stakeholders Develop the Baseline Plan  Initiating a Project  Decompose the Project Scope  Assign Responsibility  Schedule the Work  Defining Activities  Sequencing Activities  Resource Requirements  Duration Estimating  Scheduling & Schedule Compression  Develop Time-Phased Budget
  • 44. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 45  Schedule Compliance with QA/QC Plan  Develop the Project Communication Plan  Develop the Risk Management Plan  Set the Performance Baseline Plan Project Implementation  Manage the Schedule Plan  Manage the Project Costs  Analyze Project Performance Data  Maintain the Project Baseline Delay Analysis  Owner, Engineer and Contractor Delays  After the Fact Delay Analysis Techniques  Delay Damages and Acceleration
  • 45. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 46 P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP ® ) Certification Exam Preparation, 3 Days, 21 PDU Overview Projects provide deliverables, Programs provide benefits. Programs implement strategies and are usually long in duration. They include both projects and operations, and usually establish operations and units that provide sustainability after the program is closed. Programs deliver benefits to the organization by generating business value, enhancing current capabilities, or developing new capabilities for the organization, customers, or stakeholders. Programs are often implemented by using discrete phases these phases include Program Definition, Program Benefit Delivery, and Program Closure. About the Course Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Certification This credential is specifically developed to acknowledge the qualifications of the professional who leads the coordinated management of multiple projects and ensures the ultimate success of a program. You will benefit from the many advantages of this new designation. Candidates who earn this credential will be internationally recognized as professionals with the knowledge and experience to make and implement the important decisions and accomplish the strategic objectives that enhance business results. Who Should Attend This course targets experienced Project Managers who are seeking the next logical step in their career progression to program management level, Program Managers seeking to obtain the PgMP® credential certification, Senior Management Executives looking to acquire knowledge to implement change initiatives in their organizations through programs implementation, and Project Managers who wishes to formalize their skills or to revisit fundamental principles of program management. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline The workshop covers the third edition of PMI® Standard for Program Management 1. Program Strategy Alignment • Organization Strategy and Program Alignment • Program Roadmap • Environmental Assessments 2. Program Benefit Management • Benefits Identification • Benefits Analysis and Planning • Benefit Delivery • Benefit Transition • Benefit Sustainment 3. Program Lifecycle • Program Definition Phase • Program Benefits Delivery Phase • Program Closure Phase • Mapping of the Program Life Cycle to Program Supporting Processes
  • 46. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 47 4. Program Governance • Program Governance Boards • Relationship Between Program Governance and Program Management • Common Individual Roles Related to Program Governance • Programs as Governing Bodies 5. Program Management Supporting Processes • Program Communication Management • Program Financial Management • Program Integration Management • Program Procurement Management • Program Quality Management • Program Resource Management • Program Risk Management • Program Schedule Management • Program Scope Management
  • 47. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 48 PC201 Certified Forensic Claims Consultant™ (CFCC™) Certification Preparation Course, 2 Days, 16 PDU This course is a basis of lecture, case studies and instruction for development and support of a Forensic Claims Scheduling and Performance Course. Forensic claims are the detailed identification of packages based on a review of all project documentation to determine the detail basis of a claim. Claims are a fundamental basis of programs and they can be done between customers who have an excellent working relationship. The Objective of a project is to be claim free, and by a firm understanding of the forensic claim program and the execution results of a Forensic Claim a program can be developed which has minimal project impact. The Course is orientated as a support program for  Legal knowledge, dispute resolution and rules of evidence  Cost damages, estimating and loss of productivity  Planning, scheduling and delay analysis  Project management and documentation  Ethics and professional practice Overall the program will address areas such as:  Impact of force majeure clauses  Causes of project acceleration and deceleration  Differences in arbitration between arbitral bodies  Issues involving the law of the contract and impact on the claim process  Rules and practices governing legal privilege  Deposition process and procedures  Reservation of rights issues  Custodian of records related issues  Admissibility of web related research used in expert reports  Legal impact of contractual Delay Clauses  Enforceability of exculpatory clauses  No damages for delay clauses – reliability, enforceability and exceptions  Purpose of the Changes Clause  Risk allocation of typical Differing Site Condition Clauses  Differences between directed and constructive changes  Notice related issues  Entitlement related issues  Purpose of the Suspension of Work Clause  Types of Termination Clauses and issues related to each  Burden of proof  Issues related to consequential damages and recoverability of the same  Preservation of records in litigation  Spoliation of evidence issues and potential liability related thereto, and  Admissibility of e-mail and personal diaries The program incorporates the best international practices and upon completion Procedures and a methodology utilizing International Standards Organization (ISO), Association Advancement Cost Engineering (AACE) International recommended practices, Construction Standards Index (CSI), International Project Management Association (IPMA), International Cost Engineering Council (ICEC), and Royal institute Charter Surveyors (RICS).
  • 48. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 49 Recommended Pre-Requisite Course  Introduction to Skills and Knowledge of Cost Engineering  Planning and Scheduling Skills and Knowledge  Construction Law Course Provided Reference Materials  Earned Value Management System Manual – By Dr. Sean T Regan, CCE, CEP, MRICS  Procedure Templates – by LGM International, LLC  Skills and Knowledge Cost Engineering latest revision– AACE International  Total Cost Management Framework – AACE International Day One  Legal Knowledge o Basic Fundamental Knowledge o International o FIDIC o British Civil o French Constitutional  Dispute Resolution o Arbitration o Contract o Legal  Rules of Evidence o Standard International rules  Estimating o Historical Estimating Development o Estimate Classifications  Cost Damages  Loss of Productivity o Resource Loading Basis o Commodity Curves o Productivity Reviews Day Two  Planning and Scheduling Analysis o Planning Packages o Work packages o Critical Path
  • 49. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 50  Delay Analysis o Documentation o Schedule Analysis o Thresholds o Performance Analysis  Project Management o Program Status o Verification o Work Packages  Reporting Program o Weekly Report Template o Monthly Report Template  Decision and Risk Management o Risk Plan Development o Risk Matrix o Risk Analysis o Risk Mitigation  Ethics o Ethics o Professional Practices o Internal Audit Interviews
  • 50. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 51 Recommended Courses for those seeking Professional Certification EP100 Effective Performance & KPI Management, 2 Days Overview The purpose of this advanced performance and KPI management course is to highlight the required elements for a successful and effective organizational performance framework. Today, companies rely on managers and staff ability to choose and monitor the right KPIs. This requires developing a robust performance measurement capability that is based on mature KPI management knowledge and supported by a collaborative performance culture. Even the success of popular performance management frameworks such as the Balanced Scorecard relies on using relevant KPIs that actually related to the business and are presented in an intelligible form. In addition, this obtained performance knowledge will help you in understanding, establishing, activating, reporting and generating value by using KPIs across the organization. Target Audience This advanced course is recommended for strategist, managers, planners and performance analysts from commercial, public, or non-profit organizations. Course Outline Through series of interactive small-group activities, participants share and discuss performance measurement challenges facing a typical organization. Outline of this course includes:  Critical factors that lead to high performance  Key aspects of performance measurement  Planning performance review meetings  Pitfalls in performance measurement  Creating relevant performance reports  Analyzing performance results and gaps  Terminology: KPIs, measures and metrics  Understanding KPIs selection criteria  Selecting Key Performance Indicators  Designing the KPI documentation template  Monitoring and improving KPIs  Setting the right and appropriate targets for KPIs  Using KPIs to drive decisions and actions  Performance rewards programs (KAIZEN)  Improving org. performance through Employee Appraisal System  Designing great dashboards/scorecards  Buying and using performance IT system  Using “Company Club” for better performance/culture
  • 51. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 52 G100 Essential Project Governance and Reporting For Executives, 3 Days Overview Does your company have internal processes for Project Management Risk mitigation and lowering you operational exposure? Does your company have the cost control to monitor correct financial management of your projects? How well are they performing? Where do you start? These questions inherently need to be answered if your organization is to meet its goals. As an executive officer of your company, you are faced with the daunting task of being responsible for ongoing projects in your company with which you are not directly involved. What makes this so freighting is that because of project fraud you may be unknowingly falsifying information. The American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners states that 6% of the annual fiscal budget is lost due to identified fraud in business today…and this is what they catch. How much is 6% of your business budget. Isn’t it worth learning this competency? One day in the future, understanding how to work and manage for 100% certainty of project results will be as innate as using the telephone. You can get a jump start on this now. What is the Definition of Project Fraud? Project Fraud, for purposes of this letter, is defined as:  The misrepresentation of a project's mission or progress to secure project financing  Misuse of project resources  Improper dealings with project vendors for personal enrichment. Your project managers, project team members, internal auditors, and middle management are being asked to deliver projects at a harrowing pace. Often there is too much work for them to do and they are faced with taking shortcuts that may impact the quality of the work produced by the project. Is this fraudulent? Are they committing a crime? Will you be held responsible for their indiscretions? Come and learn with others from America’s leading expert on “Project Fraud Prevention and Detection” how you can turn this new emphasis into business transformation for your company. Learn what is working in project teams and their organizations across America. Learn what successful project managers need to know to manage compliance for project fraud prevention and detection. CMCS has teamed up with Steven C. Rollins, MBA, PMP, PMOC, one of the industry’s leading PMO (project Portfolio Management Office)/PM (Project Management) experts to create a three-day workshop event that brings together standard project management rigor and discipline with the current accounting standards for fraud management called the “Essential Project Governance and Reporting For Executives” Workshop. This workshop will give you powerful new skills and knowledge that will help you lead your project teams in delivering successful projects at speed and under control that will reduce exposure to fraud in all of your project teams. Who should attend? Program and Project Managers, PMO Management, Quality Assurance Management, Internal Auditors, Fraud Examiners and Middle Managers. Course Outline Day 1: The Fundamentals for Management Control That Creates Trust and Improves Certainty of Results in Project Delivery  Overview - Establishing Management Control for Certainty of Results That Prevents Project Mis-Representation  Mechanics of Project Fraud Management That Ensures Projects Results Certainty
  • 52. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 53  Triple Constraint Risk Management in Project Delivery as an Internal Control  How To Create and Apply Transparency to Work Teams to Increase Results Certainty  How To Improve Role Level Accountability  What To Do Now Day 2: Application of the Management Control Fundamentals  Essential Governance Reporting for Work Teams That Creates Trust - Making It Difficult for Project Fraud to Occur  How To Control A Slippery Work Team Environment - Setting The Tone  Ensuring and Trusting Project Scope from the Project Owner That Prevents Mis-Representation - Getting It Right and Doing So Fast  Using Essential Scheduling Management Business Rules to Improve Worker and Management Trust  Managing and Trusting the Project Work Effort Life-Cycle Spend Plan  What To Do Now Day 3: Managing For Cycle Time Reduction While Improving Delivery Results Certainty  Conducting the Management Governance Review With Your Teams - What To Expect and Look For  Conducting the Management Governance Review With The Customer - What To Expect and Look For  How to Spot Project Delivery Failure During the Life Cycle  Top 10 Management Treatment Scenarios to Treat Dysfunctional Projects  Controlling Project Team Behavior from a Distance - A Roadmap for Dominating Lockdown Control For All Projects  What To Do Now  Recap
  • 53. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 54 P853 Project Stakeholder Management, 4 Days, 21 PDU Overview A project manager is often evaluated according to his/her mastery of stakeholder management. This is such an important topic that PMI® has decided to add a stakeholder management knowledge area to the PM body of knowledge (PMBOK). In this course, several tools and techniques will be covered and activities around best practices will be performed in groups. In addition, the participants will be introduced to tricks of trade that have been a great investment to executives in mega regional projects. The course topics include:  Types of Stakeholders  Connection between Stakeholder and Complexity of Projects  Stakeholder Engagement  Tools and Techniques to communicate Effectively  Circles of Influence  Tricks of Seasoned Project Managers  Communication Management  Implications of Governance in Stakeholder Management Approach The training approach includes:  Discussing topics and course material  Presenting case studies per each topic  Completing Hands-on exercises relating to course material  Final assessment of the participants Who Should Attend The course is primarily intended for persons with responsibility for managing projects (project, program and portfolio managers), or associated with the management of projects. This includes persons with responsibility for project oversight and governance (e.g. project directors and members of program management offices). In addition, this course is tailored to any member of a project-driven organization interested in the proper and efficient management of stakeholders. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline Prepare participants for the efficient management of stakeholders in any project-driven organization. Additionally the course should also help you to:  Understand how stakeholders impact projects  Learn and practice how to deal with multiple stakeholders in complex projects  Understand how to manage stakeholder expectations, including quality and performance expectations  Practice how to engage Stakeholders  Practice communicating with a variety of stakeholders through role-plays and scenarios  Resolve competing expectations  Manage project and organizational politics
  • 54. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 55 P875 Executing Your Strategy by Engaging Project Portfolio Management (PPM), 2 Days, 14 PDU Learning Outcome  How to integrate your Organization Strategic Plans with Project Initiatives  How to build your organization portfolio project management culture in your organization  How to deliver your organization project life cycle  How to enhance the methods used by your organization to successfully deliver projects  How to define metrics and standards to measure the performance of your projects  How to use technology to support managing and tracking your projects data Who Should Attend This course target is for Chief Executive Officers and all other CEO, Finance Managers, Human Resources Managers, Project Managers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  Introduction  The standards for managing projects, programs and portfolios  Overview of Strategic planning  Strategic Alignment: Selecting The Right Projects  Project Management: Delivering Projects Right From The First Time  Projects portfolio monitor and control  Setting the PMO: Organizational Impacts of Adapting Project Management  What is Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)?  Jump Start PMO Procedures Using PMO Content Assets  Project Management Certifications
  • 55. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 56 P897 Project Closeout and Lessons Learned, 3 Days, 15 PDU Learning Outcome  How to identify lessons learned in a project context  How to identify where lessons learned occur  How to work with a definition of project lessons learned  How to understand why it is important to capture, document and share lessons learned  How to apply the Framework to document project lessons learned  How to apply lessons learned to improve a process Who Should Attend This course target is for Program Managers, Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  Introduction to Project Lessons Learned  Review of Basic Project Management Process and Risk Management Planning  Why Lessons Learned are Important to the Project Process  The Framework for capturing, documenting and sharing Project Lessons Learned  Continuous Process Improvement and Project Lessons Learned  Risk Management Plan integration with Project Lessons Learned  Case Studies and Group Exercises in Project Lessons Learned  Influence of the Project Environment on multiple projects and patterns of behavior  Impact on Competencies and Capabilities of Organization and Project Participants  Project Closeout and Lessons Learned Certifications
  • 56. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 57 P908 Managing Multiple Projects, 3 Days, 21 PDU Overview In today’s dynamic and demanding market, organizations that want to lead and achieve growth that far exceeds what their competition is planning for as well as what they have been used to in the past, cannot afford to be just a good organization, but rather a Great Organization. Great Organizations need to adopt aggressive, well-balanced and coordinated strategies to achieve their desired vision. These strategies need to identify attainable and measurable goals, for which the organization can assure that their strategies will be deployed as planned. To achieve these goals successfully, tactics, which are known as projects need to be initiated by the organization. Who Should Attend This course targets Chief Executive Officers, Finance Managers, Human Resources Managers, Project Managers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline Day One Strategic Planning and Projects  What is Strategic Disconnect?  Vision, Mission, Values, Goals and Objectives  Implementing Strategy  Case study Introduction, PM Concepts & Organizational Impacts  Project management context, life cycles, nine knowledge areas and five processes  Balancing the triple constraint of a project; serving the stakeholders, Project Manager skills  Portfolio Project Management  Project Management Maturity Levels  Organizational impacts of project management, Project Management Office  Building the Multi-Project Management Environment Project Initiation Phase  Project Selection Techniques  Developing the Project Charter Day Two Project Planning Phase, Response Plan  Project scope planning, definition and WBS  Developing the project detailed schedule  Resource loading and leveling
  • 57. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 58  Cost Estimating and Budgeting  Quality Plan  Communication Plan  Organization structure, Responsibility Matrix and Staff Plan  Risk Planning, Risk Identification, Qualitative Analysis, Quantitative Analysis and Risk  Procurement Management Plan  Project Management Plan (PMP) Day Three Project Implementation: Execution and Control  Deliverables Acceptance and Scope Control  Schedule and Cost Control  Earned Value Management  Quality Assurance and Control  Staff acquisition activities, Team development  Information distribution, Status Reporting  Risk response and control  Proposal evaluation and selection, Contract Administration  PMP Execution and Control Project Closeout  Administrative closure  Contract closeout
  • 58. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 59 P927 Project Management for Everyone (A Non-Technical Approach), 2 Days, 10 PDU About The Course Increased productivity, reduced stress, greater confidence; these are some of the benefits of gaining control of your projects and your project team. This two-day course provides practical skills which enable you to better manage all aspects of your projects and increase your team’s performance by utilizing effective communication skills. Who Should Attend Back office administrators, Personal assistants, Office managers, Project coordinators, Specialists, Managers, Supervisors and Individual contributors who are looking for non-technical tools and techniques to successfully manage projects and project teams. People who struggle with balancing the complex demands of project work while maintaining daily work load. People who are looking for the basic communication skills necessary to manage and maintain project success. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline Day One  Why we need a new project oriented outlook  Comparison between project and ordinary work.  A balance among time, resources and results.  Successful Project Managers.  Project Management Life Cycle.  Initiation:  Developing a Project Charter.  Identify Stakeholders.  Why do projects fail?  Golden rules of Project Management Processes.  Traits of good project managers.  Project team.  Planning:  WBS.  Network Diagram, task relationships and critical path.  Resources.  Choosing outside sources and suppliers.  Steps to create a schedule.  Budget Challenges and building a budget.  Why a plan? Putting it all together.  Plan Stakeholder management.  Cross check a project plan and getting it approved.
  • 59. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 60 Day Two  Executing:  Getting started on the right track.  The First Project Meeting.  Manage Stakeholder Engagement.  Communication and Communication Methods.  Advantages and disadvantages of various communications.  Monitoring and Controlling:  Keeping on top of schedules and expenses.  Success criteria for project control.  What should you monitor?  Performance Reports.  Control Stakeholder Engagement.  Updating the Project Plan.  Changes, the rules and impact of changes.  Conflict Management.  Guidelines for Successful Negotiation.  Closing:  Why is a closing phase necessary?  The project closing process.  Steps to project termination.  Why projects don’t meet their goals?  Why projects succeed?  The final report.  Who accomplished what and how well? Workshops  Project versus operational work: o Examples required from the delegates on projects versus operational work.  Project Charter: o Sample project charter will be given to delegates to be filled. (Simple sample projects will be given to delegates and each delegate will choose the most convenient and related to their work).  Identifying stakeholders: Each delegate will identify stakeholders according to his/her project.  Create WBS: According to selected projects, each delegate will create a WBS (manually on a sheet).  Create Activity list.  Create Network diagram: Each delegate will create a network diagram according to his project (manually on a sheet).  Figuring out the critical path.  Presenting the project plan template A project management sample template will be presented to the delegate to ensure better understanding.
  • 60. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 61  Change Request Form: Each delegate will fill a change request sample with his required change according to his/her selected project.  Conflict management: Role play on the conflict management techniques between couple of the delegates.  Negotiation: Role play on negotiation techniques between two groups of delegates, third party among the delegates to observe and give feedback on the tactics used by each party. Instructor will ask each party to use a different tactic than the other.  Lessons learned template: Filling lessons learned template with their experience for each project selected. What you will achieve  Greater confidence in defining, planning and managing projects  Reduced stress and greater sense of control of your multiple projects and daily work load  Increased effectiveness and efficiency by using simple, step-by step processes for project management and communication What you will learn  Write clearly defined project statements.  Clarify project objectives with measurable outcomes.  Break a project into manageable tasks.  Avoid potential problems through planning and communication.  Manage multiple projects while maintaining daily workload.  Evaluate the project’s success and lessons learned.  Clarify roles and responsibilities to improve team performance and accountability.  Build, motivate and lead a high performing project team.  Communicate effectively with your team, management and clients.  Design communications plans for your project team to follow during the course of the project.  Run productive project meetings for planning, brainstorming, status update and problem solving  Create effective written communications for your projects.  Delegate assignments which minimize individual and team conflicts and maximize productivity.
  • 61. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 62 IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification, 3 Days, 24 PDU Overview The "Foundation Level" is the entry level qualification which offers candidates a general awareness of the key elements, concepts and terminology used in the ITIL® Service Lifecycle, including the linkages between Lifecycle stages, the processes used and their contribution to Service Management practices. Upon successful completion of the education and examination components related to this qualification, candidates can expect to gain a general overview, basic knowledge and understanding of ITIL®. Successful completion of the Foundation qualification also fulfills the prerequisite entry criteria (2 credits) for the next level of study within the ITIL® Qualification Scheme, the ITIL Intermediate Level. Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project coordinators, Team Leaders, Incident and Problem Management work, Service Desk/ Help Desk personnel, In What Industries Anyone who is managing or working in the Service Management area, data center management, Infrastructure Management and consulting in related area. Course Outline  Introduction and Evolution  Service Management as a Practice  Service Life Cycle  Service Strategy  Service Design  Service Transition  Service Operation  Continual Service Improvement
  • 62. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 63 LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, 3 Days, 24 PDU Overview The Lean Six Sigma Course aims at the following objectives:  Function as a ‘tools application’ member of a six sigma project team  Lead and execute process-level improvement projects  Collect process data and develop process maps  Develop statistical hypotheses using simple statistical tools  Design simple experiments and/or implementation plans that help validate improvement options  Apply problem solving and quantifiable tools to an improvement project brought to class on the first day.  Eliminate waste and defects by applying lean and six sigma  Collect, analyze, and quantify data that enable process improvements  Learn how to execute the six sigma methodology.  Work with process owners to ensure process gains are held Who Should Attend This course is designed for individuals from diverse organizational functions-operations, quality, logistics, finance, production, engineering and other staff functions. Participants are normally process owners or leaders and are well versed in technical aspects of their jobs and have worked on project teams. In What Industries Anyone from IT, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Insurance. Course Outline • Define • Project Charter • Business Case • Stakeholder Analysis • Communication Plan • Voice of the Customer • Identify and Segment Key Customers • Critical to Quality (CTQ) Requirements Verifying CTQs • House of Quality • Hi-level Process Map (S.I.P.O.C) • Project Plan • Measure • Understanding Variability • Measurement Basics • Measurement Process and Plan • Selecting Measures • Data Definition and Sources • Sampling • Measuring Yield and Capability • Implementing the Measurement
  • 63. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 64 • Analyze • Data Analysis • Pareto Charts • Frequency Charts • Run Charts • Scatter Diagrams • Variation and Defect Analysis • Process Mapping and Analysis • Value Stream Analysis • Complexity • Cause and Effect Analysis • Improve • Process Vision • Brain Storming • Lean Principles • Enabling the Flow • Level Scheduling • SMED • Kanban • Visual Management • Theory of Constraints • Selecting Solutions • Developing Solution Options • How to Run Kiazen events and Improvement Teams • Risk analysis • FMEA Risk Analysis • Implementation Planning • Control • Simple and appropriate documentation • Mistake Proofing • Statistical Control • Variation • Control Charts • I, X Bar and R Charts • Process Management • Lean Six Sigma Scorecards • Project Close and Handover
  • 64. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 65 IT02 IT Project Management, 4 Days, 35 PDU Overview The course provides detail on techniques and professional skills for job analysis, helps to identify the essential project management skills and techniques required for successful projects. The course will give an in-depth understanding of the Process Groups and Knowledge Areas as per PMBOK 5 th Edition and provides all knowledge on successfully managing IT Projects. Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project coordinators, Team Leaders, Planner / Schedulers, Cost Controllers, People who work with projects and would like to improve their skills and anyone who would like to become an IT project manager and learn how to make critical decisions in real life projects. In What Industries IT Software, Hardware, Infrastructure, Consulting. Course Outline  Introduction  Project Management Definition  Project Management Process  Project Integration Management  Project Scope Management  Project Time Management  Project Cost Management  Project Quality Management  Human Resource Management  Project Communication Management  Project Risk Management  Project Procurement Management  Project Stakeholder Management  Professional and Social Responsibility
  • 65. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 66 Project Management Controls Today, no organization can afford to execute programs and projects without proper project controls. Project controls are not limited to project scope, schedule and cost but it should cover all other vital project elements such as records, contracts, changes, risks, interfaces among many others. CMCS is offering courses that will explain how to produce the key deliverables required for developing and implementing effective project management control systems (PMCS). Although those courses are not computer based training, they incorporate best examples from leading software applications such as Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM), Oracle Primavera Contract Management (PCM), Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis, PMWeb Enterprise Project Portfolio Management, TILOS, Acumen, CoreWorx and others to demonstrate how to get the PMCS deliverables. The project management control systems (PMCS) courses are aligned with the Project Management Institute (PMI) project management body of knowledge (PMBOK) and the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE). The courses will help attendees to support their preparation for attaining professional certifications such as PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) and Risk Management Professional (RMP) as well as AACE’s Certified Cost Professional (CCP), Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP) and Earned Value Professional (EVP). The current list of courses includes:  E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 in BI Publisher, 2 Days  G831 Your Gate To Planning and Scheduling, 3 Days  P720 TILOS Basic Course for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days  P723 TILOS Advanced Course for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days  P724 Create and Manage projects with ASTA Projects, 2 Days  P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Projects, 1 Day  P833 Earned Value Analysis, 1 Day  P850 Extension of Time (EOT) Request and Delay Analysis, 3 Days  P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360, 2 Days  P892 Acumen Risk, 1 Day  P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft Project 2010 and PMBoK Guide 4th Edition, 3 Days  P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering and Construction Projects, 3 Days  P899 Installation and Configuration of Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) P6 8.2, 2 Days  P936 Claims and Disputes Resolution under FIDIC® Conditions of Contract, 2 Days  PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 - Basic Level, 3 Days  PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 - Advanced Level, 2 Days
  • 66. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 67 E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher, 2 Days This course covers the fundamentals of designing and customization of forms and reports of Primavera Contract Manager 14 using Oracle BI Publisher 11g. This interactive, hands-on experience course allows the attendees to explore and use the features in Oracle BIP to customize the forms and reports of PCM 14 to cope-up with their organizational requirement. At the end of the class attendees will be able to design, create and publish BI Publisher reports for Primavera Contract Management. Who Should Attend? This course targets Business Analysts, Implementation Specialists and System Administrators. Contents Introduction  Introduction to BIP  Login  Navigating BIP  Administration Menu  Data Model Editor  Reports Layout Editor  Report Jobs  Naming Conventions for PCM Data Model Editor  Data Models Overview  Naming Conventions  Properties  Datasets  Query Builder  Parameters  XML Sample Data  Adding XML Sample Data for Reporting Purpose Report Layout Editor  Overview  Naming Conventions  Creating a Report  Report Editor  Layout Editor  Adding Layout Grids  Introduction to Text Item, Labels and Data Fields  Introduction to Data Tables  Introduction to Charts  Defaults  Parameters Report File Management  Overview  Catalogs  Copy  Rename  Download  Upload
  • 67. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 68 BI Publisher 11g Security Model Overview  Overview  BI Publisher Security Options  Local Super User and Guest Access  BI Publisher's Users and Roles  Security Actions Report Jobs  Overview  General  Output  Schedule Jobs  Notification Building Reports with MS Word  Building reports in RTF format Linking Forms and Reports to PCM  Overview  PCM Administration  Importing Forms and Reports  Running Reports from PCM
  • 68. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 69 G831 Your Gate to Planning and Scheduling, 3 Days, 12 PDU Learning Outcome  Gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling.  Cover Scheduling techniques.  This course leads you through hands-on workshops that create and track an entire project to completion all workshops and instruction.  Use the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs.  Create a project with activities and resources  Calculate a schedule  Maintaining the Project Documents Library  Creating Relationships  Scheduling  Defining Resources  Analyzing Resources and Costs  Optimizing the Project Plan  Base lining the Project Plan  Analyzing Resources Who Should Attend This course is targeted for junior with limited or no previous management experience, Project Management team members, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success, in addition this course is an excellent advancement for university graduates wishing to start a career in the project management area. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive ,Media Production, E-Business Enablers ,Marketing and Sales ,Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline  Purpose of Planning  Planning Cycle  Level of Planning  Creating a Project Plan o Understanding Planning and Scheduling Methods o Understanding your project o Understand Contract Document o Study Contract Document, Bill of Quantity and Drawings o Workshop (Project Document Analysis)  Understanding and study the project in more details o Reviewing project steps / phases o Study site layout, drawings and BOQ o Define activity, activity ID and WBS o Select the criteria to breakdown the project (Responsibility, stage, Position, BOQ) design& select the activity ID, Create activity list by using (drawings, BOQ). o Original duration and calculation o Workshop
  • 69. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 70  Relationships o Define relationship types o Define float types o Workshop o Resource analysis and method of calculation o Definition (critical activity, critical bath), Critical bath calculation, Equations used to calculate (dates, total float, free float) o Study the available resources (Labor, equipment, material). o Define Cost calculation and S-Curve.
  • 70. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 71 P720 TILOS Basic Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days, 10 PDU What Is TILOS TILOS (TIme LOcation System) is planning software for managing linear construction projects, basically utilities and infrastructure projects. It can be used in different construction industries, like Highway-, Railway-, Metro-, Fast Tram-, Pipeline- and Tunnel Construction, but also in Water Engineering or Transmission Line Building. Traditional planning systems display their results in bar charts or network diagrams. Linear projects present unique challenges because the crews and equipment move along the construction right-of-way to perform their work. Permits, environmental constraints, construction related issues and risk elements are easily incorporated into the plan to give a single overall view of the project. Neither of the traditional diagrams are able to show a graphical link between the location where the work is performed (the distance axis) and the time when it is executed (the time axis). TILOS is used to incorporate design details, construction challenges, risk elements and your project schedule in a single view. It is fully integrated with the leading CPM scheduling tools. It is simply the best tool for planning and managing linear projects. Who Should Attend This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Type of Projects Highways, Roads, Railways, Metro, Tunnels, Pipelines, Ducts and Culverts, Power Transmission, Solar Cells, Wind Farms, High Rise Buildings and any type of linear project. Course Outline  Introduction to Linear Planning and Scheduling Concept  Understanding and using the graphical user interface (GUI)  Creating TILOS project files / project template concept  Creating objects / tasks including task calculation, color scheme, annotation and structure  Creating and using task templates and task groups  Inserting, positioning and processing of graphics like drawings etc.  Linking tasks and rescheduling  Modeling task calculation types for duration, productivity rate, quantity estimations  Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos  Exercises  Layout and cell concept  Creating own views and cell systems  Creating and using distance profile diagrams and histograms  Creating and using time profile diagrams and histograms  Cell contents: time-distance diagram, scales and grids  Gantt charts  Commenting the view: legends, logos, stamp fields  Time – Distance diagram printing  Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos  Exercises
  • 71. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 72 P723 TILOS Advanced Course, for planning and scheduling railways, highways, roads and pipelines, 2 Days, 10 PDU What Is TILOS TILOS (TIme LOcation System) is planning software for managing linear construction projects, basically utilities and infrastructure projects. It can be used in different construction industries, like Highway, Railway, Metro, Fast Tram, Pipeline and Tunnel Construction, but also in Water Engineering or Transmission Line Building. Traditional planning systems display their results in bar charts or network diagrams. Linear projects present unique challenges because the crews and equipment move along the construction right-of-way to perform their work. Permits, environmental constraints, construction related issues and risk elements are easily incorporated into the plan to give a single overall view of the project. Neither of the traditional diagrams are able to show a graphical link between the location where the work is performed (the distance axis) and the time when it is executed (the time axis). TILOS is used to incorporate design details, construction challenges, risk elements and your project schedule in a single view. It is fully integrated with the leading CPM scheduling tools. It is simply the best tool for planning and managing linear projects. Who Should Attend This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Type of Projects Highways, Roads, Railways, Metro, Tunnels, Pipelines, Ducts and Culverts, Power Transmission, Solar Cells, Wind Farms, High Rise Buildings and any type of linear project. Course Outline  Creating and using calendars  Further library elements and exchanging library items  Layer and filter techniques, Sorting and Grouping  Time based Gantt Chart and Distance based Gantt Chart  Task Dependency tables based on Predecessors and Successors  Data exchange between TILOS – Excel, Primavera, MS Project, Asta Powerproject  Resource and cost planning & controlling on time - distance axis  Task calculation with resource assignment  Evaluation: cost and resource histograms / resource bar charts  Exercises  Linear progress management: Baselining, Comparison of planned and actual data  Multiple project and Contractor management  Mass Haulage Planning and Controlling  Clash detection management  Creating and working with own project templates  Analyzing Linear Project Case Study in Tilos  Exercises
  • 72. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 73 P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Projects, 2 Days, 14 PDU What Is ASTA Powerproject Asta Development is a leading international developer of project, portfolio and resource management software which provides solutions for managing any size and any type of project. It has proved its capabilities over the years on high-profile projects throughout the world and is now used by thousands of planners in a wide variety of industry sectors in the UK, Europe, Asia Pacific and the US. Launched in 1988, Asta Powerproject is well-proven as an easy-to-use, powerful professional project management system. It is used to manage all aspects of projects such as producing tender plans, delivering against the contract programme, reporting progress to clients and management, controlling costs and resources, mitigating against the risk of delay and disruption, and producing robust schedules that reflect exactly what happens on site. Asta Powerproject is available as standalone software for individual users, networked software and as a multi-user system for managing complex projects where three or more planners need to work on the same project at the same time. Course Objectives At the end of the course, delegates will be able to create and track an entire project from start to completion. They will be able to create a fully linked bar chart with a critical path and then learn how this can be updated with progress. Key presentation features, including codes and creating a coded reporting system, formatting, views and filters will also be covered so that projects can be presented professionally. Who Should Attend This two-day course is designed for those who are new to Project Management as well as experience people in Project management who need a practical course focused on project management and using the tactical tool to improve Planning and Controlling Skills. This course target is mainly for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Type of Projects Construction, Technology Organizations, Civil Engineering, Public Sector, Facilities Management, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Financial Services, Consultancy Firms. Course Outline  Introduction to Project Portfolio Resource Management Concept  Creating New Project Files / Project Template Concept  Quick Start User Ribbon Interface  Interface Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS) and Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)  Project Management Life Cycle in Asta Powerproject  Adding and Editing Activities  Scheduling Techniques and Creating Schedules  Calendars  Link logic, Linking tasks and Rescheduling the project – Analysing the Critical path  Annotating, Adding notes, Linking documents and Formatting  Creating a Programme of Projects  Analyzing Enterprise Project Case Study in Asta  Exercises
  • 73. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 74  Determining the Project and Coding Structure  Library Preparation and Options Settings  Customizing Calendars, Filters, Sorts, Tables and Views  Work Breakdown Structure and Work Breakdown Numbering  Creating Baselines and Progress Management  Comparison of Planned and Actual data, S-Curve Progress Measurement based on Duration and Weightage  Producing Reports, Customizing Report Borders and Printing (excel, html, xml, pdf)  Analyzing Enterprise Project Case Study in Asta  Exercises
  • 74. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 75 P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Projects, 1 Day, 7 PDU What Is ASTA Powerproject Asta Development is a leading international developer of project, portfolio and resource management software which provides solutions for managing any size and any type of project. It has proved its capabilities over the years on high-profile projects throughout the world and is now used by thousands of planners in a wide variety of industry sectors in the UK, Europe, Asia Pacific and the US. Launched in 1988, Asta Powerproject is well-proven as an easy-to-use, powerful professional project management system. It is used to manage all aspects of projects such as producing tender plans, delivering against the contract program, reporting progress to clients and management, controlling costs and resources, mitigating against the risk of delay and disruption, and producing robust schedules that reflect exactly what happens on site. Asta Powerproject is available as standalone software for individual users, networked software and as a multi-user system for managing complex projects where three or more planners need to work on the same project at the same time. Course Objectives At the end of the course, delegates will be able to allocate costs and resources to tasks and then to report on these allocations using histograms. Create Project Cash Follow report and they will also be shown how to compare and report against planned vs actual data using baselines. Resource leveling and modeling is also covered. Who Should Attend This one-day course is for individuals who would like to learn how to manage Resource & Cost planning and controlling in projects. It’s a practical course focused on resource management and using the tactical tool to improve Resource and Cost Skills. This course target is mainly for Resource Managers, Cost Control Engineers, Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Type of Projects Construction, Technology Organizations, Civil Engineering, Public Sector, Facilities Management, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Financial Services, Consultancy Firms. Course Outline  How to Categorize Project Cost and Income Library  Effective Cost and Income Modeling (fix, time base, unit base)  Top down and Bottom up Cost Planning  Cost and Income Distribution to Project Tasks, Cash Flow Analysis  Formula Creation for Cost and Income Categories  How to Categorize Permanent and Consumable Resources Library  Effective Resource Modeling (duration, productivity rate, man hour, allocation calculation)  Project Resource Demand Management  Project Resource Availability, Allocation and Over Allocation Analysis  Resource Leveling  Resource and Cost Integration  Resource and Cost Histograms  Controlling Resource and Cost Against Target Plan  Earned Value Analysis, S-Curve Reporting based on Resource, Cost and Income  Creating Effective Cost and Resource Reports (excel, html, xml, pdf)  Analyzing Enterprise Project Case Study in Asta  Exercises
  • 75. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 76 P833 Earned Value Analysis, 1 Day, 5 PDU Overview This course provides detail on how to integrate the project budget with the project baseline schedule to develop what is known as the Cost Loaded Schedule. The course will explain the basics of earned value performance management technique. It will detail how schedule and cost variances and indices are used to assess the project performance and forecast at completion status. Who Should Attend This course target is for Chief Executive Officers and all other CxO, Finance Managers, Human Resources Managers, Project Managers, Engineers and Planners, Cost Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Document Managers, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  Earned Value Definitions  Cost Types  The Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS)  Develop Performance Management Plan  Earned Value Analysis  Earned Value Reports
  • 76. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 77 P850 Extension of Time Request (EOT), 3 Days, 21 PDU About The Course Any Time Extension Request must be entirely on its own merit, well analyzed and emphasized, properly documented, fully substantiated that there is no question of the validity of the request. This 3-day course will provide in-depth understanding of the concepts and art of preparing and defending Time Extension Requests. Topics will cover the basic concepts of delays, tracking delays, mitigating delays, baseline schedule as well as analyzing the effect of delay(s) on the baseline schedule. In addition, it is extended to give a detailed guide about preparing a comprehensive Extension of Time Request including the prolongation and disruption costs. Learning Outcome At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:  Define delays  Describe the different types of delays  Depict issues related to each delay  Define the baseline schedule  Differentiate between baseline schedule and other target schedules  Define the important milestones in the baseline schedule  Maintain a baseline schedule  Monitor critical and near critical activities  Track effect(s) of delay(s) on a project  Maintain contractual requirements related to delays and EOT  Define the different types of delay analysis  Determine which type of delay analysis is best to the case  Run a delay analysis  Know when to run a delay analysis  Use Primavera P6 for delay analysis  Familiar with related Primavera P6 interfaces  Calculate delays based on the delay analysis  Mitigate delays  Determine which delays should be mitigated  Recognize which costs are related to delay mitigation  Know what an acceleration plan is  Determine when an acceleration plan should be prepared  Know what to include in the acceleration plan  How to prepare an acceleration plan  Who should prepare the acceleration plan  Know the effect of stakeholders on the acceleration plan  Know how an acceleration plan can be successfully implemented  Know about prolongation costs  Learn how to calculate prolongation costs  Recognize what needs to be included in prolongation costs  Determine contractual requirement(s) related to prolongation costs  Describe disruption  Recognize what to include in disruption  Learn how to calculate disruption  Know the requirements of calculating disruption  Recognize the challenges related to prolongation costs and disruption calculations  Know the importance of document management to support EOT  Determine what documents should be included in EOT  Determine what to look at when defending an EOT
  • 77. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 78 Who Should Attend This course targets the Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Senior Project Control Engineers, Senior Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Contract Administrators and others who are interested or involved in maintaining project schedules, preparing EOT or those who are willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  Causes of Delays  Project Baseline Schedule  Tracking Delays  Related Contractual Issues  Calculating Delays Effect/Impact on Schedule  Delay Mitigation  Acceleration Plan  Prolongation Cost  Disruption  Verification of Documents (Documentation)  Defending an Extension of Time
  • 78. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 79 P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360, 2 Days, 14 PDU What Is Acumen Fuse Most large Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) projects incur cost and schedule overruns because they are overly aggressive and unrealistic in nature. Who Should Attend This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline This two-day training course introduces the basic features and functions of Acumen Fuse® and includes an optional lesson on Acumen 360™ project acceleration. Chapter 1: Acumen Fuse Day One:  Introduction and overview of Acumen Fuse  Linking to and importing project data  Fuse schedule critique  Assessing cost forecast accuracy  Tracking execution performance  Driving logic analysis  Performing a project forensic analysis  Report generation  Schedule Cleanser™ Day Two:  Metric building and editing  Standardizing metrics company-wide  Analyzing risk model realism  Schedule acceleration overview  Writing acceleration scripts  Evaluating scenarios Chapter 2: Acumen 360 Acumen 360  Introduction and overview of Acumen 360  Schedule acceleration overview  Writing acceleration scripts  “What-If…” analysis  Evaluating scenarios
  • 79. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 80 P892 Acumen Risk, 1 Day, 5 PDU What Is Acumen Risk So what is Acumen Risk exactly? Acumen Risk is an integrated cost and schedule risk analysis tool that integrates a project team’s existing risk register into a highly accurate risk-adjusted forecast. Need to run a quick schedule risk analysis? Need to build a fully integrated cost/schedule risk model incorporating risk events and mitigation plans? No problem. Acumen Risk is designed to accommodate both ends of the spectrum. On one hand, Acumen Risk is incredibly powerful, analyzing thousands of activities in seconds while accounting for scope uncertainty, work complexity, risk events and opportunities. On the other hand, it is user friendly eliminating the statistical and logical complexities of building risk models against large project schedules. Who Should Attend This course target is for Project Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Project Managers, Enterprise and Project Risk Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  Introduction to Acumen Risk™  Uncertainty loading and reporting  Tracking risk events  Mapping risk events to schedule  Running a risk analysis  Evaluating risk scenarios  Reporting results
  • 80. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 81 P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft ® Project 2010 and PMBOK ® Guide Fifth Edition, 3 Days, 21 PDU About The Course This course is aimed at teaching students who understand the PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition project management processes how to plan and control projects with and without resources up to an intermediate level using Microsoft® Office Project 2010 and earlier versions. Who Should Attend This course targets Chief Executive Officers, Finance Managers, Human Resources Managers, Project Managers, Engineers and Planners, Information Technology Managers. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outcome At the end of the course, the participants should be able to:  Understand the steps required to create a project plan using the PMBOK® Guide processes  Set up the software  Define calendars  Add tasks that will represent the PMBOK® Guide Activities  Organize tasks and format the display  Add logic and constraints outlined in the PMBOK® Guide process 6.2 Sequence Activities  Use Tables, Views and Filters which create the printouts and reports to support the PMBOK® Guide Project  Communications Management processes Course Outline  Introduction  Creating a Project Schedule  Navigation and Setting the Options  Creating Projects and Templates  Defining Calendars  Adding Tasks  Organizing Tasks Using Outlining  Formatting the Display  Adding Task Dependencies  Network Diagram View  Constraints• Filters  Tables and Grouping Tasks  Views and Details  Printing and Reports  Tracking Progress  Creating Resources and Costs  Assigning Resources and Costs to Tasks  Resource Optimization  Updating Projects with Resources
  • 81. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 82 P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects, 3 Days, 10 PDU Overview Today, and more than ever, project owners, consultants
 and contractors are required to adopt best practices when
 it comes to managing their engineering and construction projects. No organization can afford to have their projects going out of control. Projects that finish late and over budget are results from failure to manage and control those projects. In an engineering and construction project, the organization that will have the highest exposure to the damages and loses associated with project delays and budget overrun, is the organization with the weakest project controls. Why? Because this organization will be the least capable of the project organizations to support their claims for compensation or to defend themselves against claims raised against them. So can your organization afford to be the weakest link in the project delivery process? Can your organization afford to be blamed for project delays? Can your organization afford to be blamed for project budget overrun? Learning Outcome  How to have an integrated project management control system  What are the objectives of the ePMCS modules in achieving the integrated ePMCS  How today’s available software applications can support ePMCS  How to implement each ePMCS module successfully  How to ensure that the ePMCS is conveying single version of the truth on project’s status Who Should Attend This course targets Program Managers, Project Managers, Design Managers, Construction Managers, Technical Managers, Project Control Managers and Engineers, Engineers and Planners, Information Commercial Managers, Cost Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Document Administrators and others. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Indus- trial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline Day One Introduction  Project and Program Related Definitions  Project Success and Delivery Pains  Project Life Cycle Stages and Stage Gates  Enterprise Project Management Control System (ePMCS) Modules  The ePMCS Team  Define The Project Responsibility Matrix (RAM)  ePMCS Tools Planning and Scheduling Determine What Level of Control You Want To Have?  Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)  Organization Breakdown Structure (OBS)  Establish Control Accounts
  • 82. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 83 Developing the Project Schedule  Developing the Project Schedule  Establish the Project Baseline  Schedule Update Developing the Project Resource Plan  Resources Breakdown Structure  Estimating Activity Resources Requirements  Develop the Resource Plan Accelerating the Project Schedule  Acceleration Types  Cost Associated With Acceleration  Acceleration Methods Schedule Delay Analysis  What is Schedule Delays  Type of Schedule Delays  Schedule Delay Damages  Time Impact Delay Analysis Day Two Cost and Budget Control Developing the Project Budget  Type of Project Costs  The Cost Breakdown Structure  How To Document The Direct and Indirect Cost of a Work Package  Developing the Project Cost Estimate  Developing The Project Budget Controlling the Project Budget  Work Breakdown Structure and Control Accounts  What Budgets One Need To Control  The Earned Value Method o EV Definitions o EV Metrics o EV Reports Managing Changes to Project Contracts  Type of Project Contracts  Type of Project Changes  Project Progress Payments  Developing The Cost Worksheet  Managing Budget and Commitment Contracts
  • 83. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 84 Day Three Records Management Managing Project Records  Project Stakeholders and Type of Communication  Stakeholders Directory  Request For Information  Meeting Minutes  Notices  Letters  Daily Reports  Other type of project records Managing Material and Shop Drawings Submittals  What are submittals  Submittal Types  Developing the Submittal Register  Developing The Procurement Log  Submittal Review and Approval Risk Management Module Developing the Project Risk Register  Defining and Identifying Project Risks  Risk Likelihood, Impact and Score  Developing the Risk Register  Risk Response Actions Monte Carlo Risk Simulation  Activity Risk Scenarios  Monte Carlo Simulation  Schedule Confidence Charts  Schedule Tornado Reports
  • 84. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 85 P899 Installation & Configuration of Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) P6 8.2, 2 Days Learning Outcome  Perform basic installation of Primavera P6  Configure Primavera P6 Help and Tutorials  Install additional Primavera P6 components such as Web Services, Progress Reporter, and the P6 Optional Client  Installation of Oracle BI Publisher and integrating with P6 Web  Basic Troubleshooting Who Should Attend This course is for system administrators, architects, technical consultants, implementation team members and IT staff interested in learning how to install Primavera P6 and the core components Progress Reporter and Optional Client. Also learn how to integrate with middleware components such as BI Publisher. You will perform a full installation of P6, and then integrate that installation with other applications. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards Course Outline  P6 Overview  P6 Licensing  P6 Components  P6 Architecture  Installation Prerequisites  Installation of P6 on Weblogic  Configuring Help and Tutorials for P6  Installation of Progress Reporter  Installation of P6 optional client  Installation of P6 Web Services  Installation & Configuration of P6 Reports  Summary
  • 85. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 86 P936 Claims and Disputes Resolution under FIDIC ® Conditions of Contract, 2 Days, 14 PDU Overview Claims are in increase, their impact on projects cost, time and parties performance is adversely affecting our project(s). This 2-day course will provide in-depth understanding of the concepts and art of claims management. Topics will cover the basic concepts of delays, tracking delays, mitigating delays, baseline schedule as well as analyzing the effect of delay(s) on the baseline schedule. In addition, it is extended to give a detailed guide about preparing a comprehensive Extension of Time Request including the prolongation and disruption cost, claims avoidance, parties good and bad practices and other focal issues in claims and disputes. Learning Outcome  Define delays.  Describe the different types of delays  Dealing with concurrent delays  Depict issues related to each delay  Define the baseline schedule  Differentiate between baseline schedule and other target schedules  Define the important milestones in the baseline schedule  Maintain a baseline schedule  Monitor critical and near critical activities  Track effect(s) of delay(s) on a project  Maintain contractual requirements related to delays and Claims  Define the different types of delay analysis  Determine which type of delay analysis is best to the case  Run a delay analysis  Know when to run a delay analysis  Calculate delays based on the delay analysis  Mitigate delays  Document forming a contract  Awarding a contract  Recognize which costs are related to delay mitigation  Know what an acceleration plan is  Determine when an acceleration plan should be prepared  Know what to include in the acceleration plan  How to prepare an acceleration plan  Who should prepare the acceleration plan  prolongation costs  Recognize what needs to be included in prolongation costs  Determine contractual requirement(s) related to prolongation costs  Describe disruption  Recognize what to include in disruption  Disruption Calculation  Determine what to look at when defending an EOT  Different Dispute Resolution Techniques  How to avoid claims
  • 86. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 87 Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Senior Project Control Engineers, Senior Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Contract Administrators and others who are interested or involved in maintaining the project schedules, preparing EOT or those who are willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries Government ,Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Automotive ,Media Production, E-Business Enablers ,Marketing and Sales ,Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards. Course Outline  Causes of Delays  Project Different Schedules  Tracking Delays  Contract Documents  Why do claims occur?  Contractor’s and Employer’s Delays  Calculating Delays Effect/Impact on Schedule  Contract Analysis  Delay Mitigation  Acceleration Plan  Prolongation Cost  Disruption  Claims Avoidance (Employer and Contractor)  Dispute Resolution  Case Study
  • 87. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 88 PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level), 3 Days About Course This course provides in-depth project Cost Estimation training in CostOs three days for Basic. Topics include updating estimation methodologies, importing and exporting project data between Ms Office and CostOs, top-down and Down – Top Estimation, and Integrating P6 with CostOs. Students also will learn to leverage best practices to create a project using methodologies. Learning Outcome  An overview to Project Cost Estimation,  Create project(s) in CostOs 4.0,  Import / Generate project BOQ Items in CostOs 4.0,  Generate your own local Cost Database,  Assign Resources to the BOQ Items,  Estimate the Cost of projects and observe variations,  View CostOs 4.0 data in other applications,  Prepare Reports in various forms, Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project Cost Estimators, Project Engineers, Project Owners, Project Investors, Project Consultants and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries EPC projects, Oil & Gas Upstream, Mid Stream and Down Stream, Petrochemical, Power plants and energy sector, even onshore and offshore. Prerequisites Suggested Prerequisites  Basic project Cost Estimation knowledge  Project Work Breakdown Structure Course Outline • Define Oil & Gas Project Characteristics • Stages of Project Cost Estimation • AACE definition on levels of estimation • Estimation Techniques o Capacity Factored Estimate o Parametric Estimate o Resource Allocation Estimate o Analogy Estimate o Combinatory Estimate o Project Cost Simulation • Estimation Types: o Top-Down Estimate o Down-Top Estimate • Introducing CostOs 4.0 • Creating a Project with CostOs 4.0 o Project Template o Project Layout o Project EPS o Project Types
  • 88. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 89 o Project Estimation Currency o Project General Expenses o Project Cost Visualization o Projects BOQ Items • CostOs 4.0 Local Resource Database o Assemblies o Line Items o Equipment o Subcontractors o Labors o Suppliers & Material o Material o Consumables • CostOs 4.0 Group Codes o Single Grouping o Multiple Grouping • Importing and Exporting Data o Export and Import from to Excel o Creating Database • Labor Resource Calculation Types: o Fixed Duration o Fixed Productivity • Adding BOQ Items o Blank o Import from Excel o Adding from Local Resource database o Adding from Online Database o BIM o Onscreen Takeoff o World map take off • Resource Allocation to BOQ Items o From Local Database o From Online Database • Reporting • Summarizing the Course
  • 89. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 90 PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level), 2 Days About Course This course provides in-depth project Cost Estimation training in CostOs. Topics include updating estimation methodologies, importing and exporting project data between Ms Office and CostOs, top-down and Down – Top Estimation, and Integrating P6 with CostOs. Detailed instruction on Cost analysis includes lessons on cost models types and how to estimate the cost using assemblies. Students also will learn to leverage best practices to create a project using methodologies. Learning Outcome • Review CostOs Estimating System and applications • Review Estimation Methods • Cost Structure in Oil & Gas Projects, highlights • Cost Models, Cost Simulation and Cost Control in Oil & Gas Projects, • Analyze project cost with Cost Models, • Analyze project cost in Conceptual, Basic and Detailed levels, • Analyze project cost with AACE cost classifications, • Analyze project cost with online Cost Database, • Summarization Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project Cost Estimators, Project Engineers, Project Owners, Project Investors, Project Consultants and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries EPC projects, Oil & Gas Upstream, Mid Stream and Down Stream, Petrochemical, Power plants and energy sector, even onshore and offshore. Prerequisite Suggested Prerequisites  Basic project Cost Estimation knowledge  Project Work Breakdown Structure Course Outline • Introducing Cost Models / Assemblies o What is Cost Models, o In which level Cost Models Work, o Why using Cost Models, o How to select right Cost Model for your project, • Case Studies o Drilling Cost Model o Wellhead Platform Cost Model o Storage tank Cost Model o Pump Cost Model o Water Treatment cost Model
  • 90. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 91 Oracle University As the leader in Oracle Technology training, Oracle University offers extensive training to build the client’s knowledge with a unique curriculum created by the same developers who designed the technology itself. Very few organizations across the globe, if any, have had CMCS experience in offering training on Oracle Primavera solutions. Our team has been working with Primavera products since 1984 supporting more than 3,000 clients who represent the leaders in their industry. CMCS, Oracle University’s Approved Education Provider, was the first company ever to receive the Oracle University (OU) Award for Best Partner Performance Oracle Primavera FY2013. CMCS prides itself with the quality of their Oracle Primavera trainers. Today CMCS has more than 30 Oracle Primavera trainers located across CMCS offices in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and India. The majority of which are Project Management Professional (PMP®) certified and many others are certified as Project Management Institute Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP), Risk Management Professional (RMP®) and Program Management Professional (PgMP®), and Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE®) Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP), Earned Value Professional (EVP) and Certified Cost Professional (CCP). Our professional trainers can deliver Oracle Primavera training in multiple languages including English, Arabic, French and others. CMCS can customize and deliver Oracle University Primavera training to meet the Client’s own requirements as it relate to the type of projects, project life cycle, reporting, terminology and roles of those who will be using the Oracle Primavera Software. The current list of courses includes: Oracle Primavera  P102 Project Management in Oracle Primavera P6 Rel.7, 3 Days  P106P Advanced Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7, 2 Days  P106R Resource Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7, 2 Days  P701 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.2, 4 Days  P702 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Rel 8.2, 2 Days  P703 Oracle Primavera P6 Analytics Rel 8.x, 2 Days  P704 Oracle Primavera P6 Application Administration Rel 8.x, 2 Days  P705 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Rel 8.2, 2 Days  P706 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.2, 3 Days  P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3, 3 Days  P710 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Rel 8.3, 2 Days  P712 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3, 3 Days  P713 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Rel 8.3, 2 Days  501 Managing Risk in Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA), 3 Days  E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0, 3 Days  BIP6 Oracle Primavera P6 Reporting with BI Publisher 11g, 2 Days Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition  OBI01 Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g R1: Build Repositories, 5 Days  OBI02 Oracle BI 11g R1: Create Analyses and Dashboards, 4 Days  OBI03 Oracle BI Publisher 11g R1: Fundamentals, 3 Days Oracle Essbasse  OE01 Oracle Essbase 11.1.2 Boot Camp, 5 Days Oracle Business Intelligence for Application  BIA01 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Oracle EBS, 4 Days  BAI02 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Siebel CRM, 4 Days  BIA03 Oracle BI Applications 7.9: Develop a Data Warehouse, 5 Days Oracle Data Integrator  ODI01 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Integration and Administration, 5 Days  ODI02 Oracle Data Integrator: Administration and Development, 4 Days  ODI03 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Advanced Integration and Development, 3 Days Enterprise Data Quality
  • 91. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 92  OED01 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Match and Parse, 3 Days  OED02 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Profile, Audit and Operate, 2 Days Oracle DB Options  ODB01 Oracle Database 11g: OLAP Essentials, 3 Days  ODB02 Oracle Database 11g: Data Warehousing Fundamentals, 3 Days  ODB03 Oracle Spatial: Essentials, 5 Days Oracle Application Express  OAE01 Oracle Application Express: Developing Web Applications, 5 Days  OAE02 Oracle Application Express: Advanced Workshop, 4 Days  OAE03 Oracle Application Express: Administration, 2 Days Structured Query Language  SQL01 Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL, 5 Days  SQL02 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals I, 3 Days  SQL03 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals II, 2 Days  SQL04 Oracle Database: Develop PL/SQL Program Units, 3 Days  SQL05 Oracle Database 11g: SQL Tuning Workshop, 3 Days  SQL06 Oracle Database 11g: Analytic SQL for Data Warehousing, 1 Day Database Modeling  DM01 Oracle Data Modeling and Relational Database Design, 4 Days Database Administration  DBA01 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I, 5 Days  DBA02 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II, 5 Days  DBA03 Oracle Database 11g: Performance Tuning DBA, 5 Days  DBA04 Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard Administration, 4 Days  DBA05 Oracle Database 11g: RAC Administration, 4 Days WebLogic Server  WS01 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials, 5 Days  WS02 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration, 5 Days  WS03 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance, 3 Days
  • 92. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 93 P102 Project Management in Oracle Primavera P6 Rel.7, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU This course provides hands-on training for Primavera’s client/server-based solution, leading participants through the entire project life cycle, from planning to execution. Topics include adding activities, assigning resources, and creating a baseline. Participants also gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling. All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Create a project with activities and resources  Compare current vs target schedules  Analyze resource/cost data  Calculate a schedule Who Should Attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers,Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Course Outline  Introduction  Navigating  Project Structure  Creating a Project  Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)  Creating Activity Codes  Adding Activities  Maintaining the Project Documents Library  Creating Relationships  Scheduling  Adding Constraints  Formatting Data  Defining Resources  Assigning Resources and Costs  Analyzing Resources and Costs  Optimizing the Project Plan  Baselining the Project Plan  Project Execution and Control  Reporting Performance  Project Website
  • 93. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 94 P106P Advanced Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel 7.0, 2 Days, 13 PDU This course provides in-depth project management training in P6. Topics include updating baselines, importing and exporting project data, and top-down budgeting. Detailed instruction on earned value analysis includes lessons on duration types and how to calculate percent complete. Students also will learn to leverage best practices to create a project using methodologies. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Import and export data  Update baselines  Use Claim Digger  Apply duration types  Calculate percent complete  Use earned value analysis  Use top-down budgeting  Apply tracking layouts  Auto compute layouts  Use top-down estimating  View reflection projects  Manage issues and risks  Create a project with Project Architect  Assign Codes  Use global change  Advanced scheduling Who Should Attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers,Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Contents Creating a Project with Project Architect  Customizing the Project Plan Assigning Codes  Assigning Activity Codes  Assigning Resource Codes  Assigning Project Codes Using User-Defined Fields and Global Change  Establishing User-Defined Fields  Defining Global Change Parameters Managing Portfolios  Creating a Portfolio  Opening Projects Using Portfolios Advanced Scheduling  Calculating Multiple Float Paths  Explaining Scheduling Logic Options  Identifying a Calendar’s Effect on Lag Monitoring Thresholds and Issues  Creating a Threshold and an Issue Importing and Exporting Data  Importing a Project
  • 94. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 95  Exporting a Project  Importing/Exporting with MS Excel Updating Baselines  Update Activity and Resource Assignment Data Claim Digger  Creating a Comparison Report in Claim Digger Calculating Percent Complete  Describing Three Percent Complete Types  Using Weighted Steps to Calculate Percent Complete Earned Value Analysis  Define Performance Percent Complete  Review Results of Earned Value Techniques Activity Usage Profile and Spreadsheet  Displaying Cost Data  Displaying Curves in the Activity Usage Profile Top-Down Budgeting  Establishing Project Budgets  Establishing Spending Plans  Tracking Budget Changes Top-Down Estimating  Adding Estimation Weights Documenting Risk  Calculate a Risk’s Exposure  Analyzing the Impact of a risk Using Reflection Projects Auto Compute Actuals
  • 95. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 96 P106R Resource Management in Primavera P6 Rel 7.0, 2 Days, 13 PDU This course provides in-depth resource management training in Primavera P6. The course covers advanced topics in managing resource allocation, future-period bucket planning, and resource leveling. Extended case studies at the end of each day provide an opportunity to apply new skills and functionality. You will first assign resources and analyze their allocation. At the end of the second day, you will apply what you have learned to resolve resource over-allocation. Objectives  At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Create resources and roles  Resource reporting  Assign cost accounts  Analyze resources  Bucket planning  Level resources  Store period performance Who Should Attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Contents Creating Resources and Roles  Describing Resource Security  Creating a resource  Creating a role Assigning Cost Accounts  Assigning Cost Accounts to Expenses Analyzing Resources and Roles  Using the Resource Usage Profile  Using the Resource Usage Spreadsheet Manually Allocating Resources  Viewing the Assignments Window  Viewing and Editing Allocation Using Bucket Planning  Editing Future Buckets  Using Curves Leveling Resources  Setting Leveling Options  Leveling Based on Priority Resource Reporting  Running a Resource Report  Using the Layout to Create a Report
  • 96. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 97 P701 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Release 8.2, 4 Days, 26 PDU Participants will create a project, add activities and relationships, assign resources, adjust the project plan to account for schedule delays and over-allocated resources, and analyze portfolios. Participants also will learn how to customize the Personal Workspace and the Project Workspace to monitor project progress and communicate with team members. Oracle BI and BPM are not covered in this course. The course uses P6, Primavera' Web-based project management tool. It is divided into four sections: Overview and Creating a Project; Scheduling the Project and Managing Data; Assigning Resources and Baselining; and Project Execution and Control. Objectives  Create a project  Create a Work Breakdown Structure  Add activities  Customize activity views  Create relationships  Schedule the project  Assign constraints  View the Enterprise Project Structure  Optimize the project schedule  Assign roles and resources  Analyze resources and costs  Baseline the project plan  Execute the project  Customize dashboards  Manage risk  View reports Who Should Attend? This course targets Business Analysts, End Users, Functional Implementers and Project Managers. Contents Understanding P6 Data  Describing the Organizational Breakdown Structure  Describing the Enterprise Project Structure Creating a Project  Viewing the EPS Page  Modifying Project Information Creating a Work Breakdown Structure  Creating Multiple Levels Adding Activities  Describing Activity Types  Viewing Activity Information  Editing Activity Details  Assigning Steps  Assigning Codes Using Activity Views  Customizing a View  Filtering Data  Grouping and Sorting Data Creating Relationships  Viewing Relationship Types  Creating Relationships in the Gantt Chart Scheduling a Project  Defining Key Terms  Defining Total Float
  • 97. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 98  Describing Loops and Open Ends  Calculating a Schedule Assigning Constraints  Applying a Must Finish By Date  Constraining an Activity Optimizing the Project Schedule  Analyzing Schedule Dates  Shortening a Project Schedule Viewing the Project Workspace  Adding and Removing Portlets  Customizing the Project Workspace Assigning Roles and Resources  Assigning a Role  Requesting Resources  Assigning Resources  Checking Resource Availability Calendars  Defining Work Types  Editing a Project Calendar  Assigning a Calendar to an Activity Baselining the Project Plan  Selecting a Baseline  Adding a Baseline Executing the Project Plan  Describing Methods of Applying Progress  Using Progress Spotlight  Defining the Data Date  Applying Progress to Activities Analyzing the Updated Project  Comparing Dates  Viewing Schedule Performance  Addressing Variances Viewing Dashboards  Customizing Dashboards  Adding and Removing Dashboards  Viewing Portfolio Data Managing Issues  Creating a Issues  Viewing Issues Managing Risk  Creating Project Risks  Developing a Risk Response Plan
  • 98. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 99 P702 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Release 8.2, 2 Days, 13 PDU This Primavera P6 Advanced Rel 8.2 training reviews topics which include creating resource teams and role teams, high-level resource planning and resource leveling. You'll learn how to view and analyze portfolio performance, assess return on investment and analyze capacity planning, waterline and earned value. Please note that this course uses the P6 Web interface. Case studies will reinforce new skills and functionalities. Objectives  View portfolio performance  Use advanced scheduling techniques  Analyze portfolio performance  Manage multiple projects  Create resource teams  Use high-level resource planning  Staff resource requests  Create a portfolio  Use resource leveling Who Should Attend? This 3-day introductory course is aimed at all new and prospective users looking to evaluate and benefit from the full capabilities of the Primavera Risk Analysis software. Contents Creating Resource Teams and Role Teams  View the Resource Team Summary portlet.  View the Open Requests for Resources portlet. Viewing Portfolio Performance  Review performance thresholds.  Use earned value analysis. Viewing Portfolio Information  View return on investment data.  View data in the Gantt Chart. Analyzing Portfolios  Create a portfolio view.  View waterline analysis.  Create a scenario.  View the Capacity Planning page. High-Level Resource Planning  Assign resources and roles.  Using Committed and Life of Project assignments. Managing Allocation  Using the Resource Usage tab to analyze units and costs.  Grouping data on the Assignments page. Staffing Resource Requests  Use resource search. Resource Leveling  Set leveling options.  Assign leveling priorities. Advanced Scheduling  Multiple float paths.  Scheduling logic options. Advanced Scheduling  Multiple float paths.  Scheduling logic options.
  • 99. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 100 P703 Oracle Primavera P6 Analytics Rel 8.x (2 Days) The course is ideal for administrators and end-users using Primavera P6 Analytics (R1.2) with Primavera P6 R8.0 or R8.1. Use P6 project management data to create basic requests, create filters, build views and charts in requests, build gauge views and pivot tables, and create dashboards. Oracle BI Publisher and BI Deliver are covered as well. The 2-day class concludes with a case study in which key functionality is reinforced. P6 Analytics is based on Oracle's Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Create requests  Create views  Build charts  Build pivot tables  Customize dashboards  Use Oracle BI Publisher and BI Delivers Who Should Attend? This course targets Project Managers, Administrator and Functional Implementer. Course Outline Creating Requests  Customizing Columns  Adding Conditional Formatting Filtering Requests  Creating and Editing a Filter  Parenthetical Filtering  Filtering and Drilling  Creating Prompts Creating Charts and Working with Views  Adding a Chart to a Request  Formatting a Chart  Adding Bins Creating Gauge Views and Pivot Tables  Adding a Gauge View to a Request  Customizing a Gauge View  Adding a Pivot Table to a Request  Formatting a Pivot Table BI Dashboards  Adding Content to a Dashboard  Creating Dashboard Prompts BI Publisher and BI Delivers  Viewing BI Publisher Reports  Using iBots in BI Delivers
  • 100. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 101 P704 Oracle Primavera P6 Application Administration Rel 8.x, 2 Days The two-day course covers how to build enterprise data structures and configure settings to support an enterprise implementation. Among topics to be covered: How to build and manage the EPS and OBS; add users and configure security; set enterprise data and default settings; and support project management processes. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Add resources  Add users  Configure security  Set enterprise data  Set project data  Establish project defaults  Manage reporting  Build OBS  Build EPS Who should attend? This course targets Project Managers, Administrator and Functional Implementer. Contents Managing the EPS  Elements of the EPS  Benefits of the EPS Managing the OBS  Elements of the OBS  Configuring users Defining Resources and Roles  Specifying rates for roles  Setting role limits  Creating a resource  Assigning resource and role teams Configuring Enterprise Data  Creating financial periods  Creating a global calendar  Create user-defined fields Managing User Access  Adding users  Creating security profiles  Creating user accounts  User interface views Planning the Project  Create project templates  Configure project baselines Scheduling Services  Publish P6 data  Create reporting schedules
  • 101. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 102 P705 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Rel 8.2 , 2 Days, 13 PDU This course provides in-depth resource management and project management training in Primavera P6 Professional. Resource management topics include manual allocation, bucket planning, and leveling. Project management topics include earned value analysis, advanced scheduling, and timescaled logic diagrams. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Analyze resources and roles  Use the Assignments window  Assign cost accounts  Analyze resources  Bucket planning  Level resources  Use earned value  Calculate percent complete  Use advanced scheduling techniques  Use timescaled logic diagrams Who should attend? This course targets Business Analysts, End Users, Functional Implementers and Project Managers. Contents  Using Earned Value Analysis  Calculating Planned Value Cost  Calculating Actual Cost  Calculating Earned Value Cost  Measuring Performance Percent Complete  Managing Multiple Projects  Opening Multiple Projects  Setting the Default Project  Analyzing Resources and Roles  Using the Resource Usage Profile  Using the Resource Usage Spreadsheet  Manually Allocating Resources  Viewing the Assignments Window  Viewing and Editing Allocation  Using Bucket Planning  Editing Future Buckets  Using Curves  Leveling Resources  Setting Leveling Options  Leveling Based on Priority  Advanced Scheduling  Multiple Float Paths  Calendar Effect on Lag  Scheduling Out-of-Sequence Activities  Timescaled Logic Diagrams  Choosing a Template  Filtering Data
  • 102. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 103 P706 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.2, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU This course leads participants through the entire project life cycle, from planning to execution. Topics include adding activities, assigning resources, and creating a baseline. Participants also gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling. All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resources, and costs. At the end of each day, students apply the concepts and functionality they learned in a case study. The course is divided into three sections: Creating a Project; Scheduling the Project; Project Execution and Control. The course uses P6 Professional, Primavera's Windows-based, client/server application. It is appropriate for those using P6 Professional either as a stand-alone application or as part of P6 EPPM. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Understand data structures  Create a project  Create a Work Breakdown Structure  Add activities  View calendars  Create relationships  Schedule the project  Assign constraints  Format schedule data  Define roles and resources  Assign roles  Assign resources  Analyze resources  Optimize the project plan  Execute the project  Create reports Who Should Attend? This course targets Business Analysts, End Users, Functional Implementers and Project Managers. Contents Understanding P6 Data  Describing Enterprise and Project-Specific data  Logging In  Opening an Existing Project  Opening and Customizing Layouts Enterprise Project Structure  Describing Components of EPS  Creating a Project  Create a project  Navigating in the Projects Window Viewing Project Details  Creating a Work Breakdown Structure  Defining a Work Breakdown Structure  Creating the WBS Hierarchy Adding Activities  Describing an Activity and its Components
  • 103. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 104  Describing Activity Types  Adding Activities  Adding a Notebook Topic  Adding Steps to an Activity  Assigning Activity Codes Creating Relationships  Viewing a Network Logic Diagram  Relationship Types  Creating Relationships Scheduling  Performing a Forward and Backward Pass  Describing Float Assigning Constraints  Applying an Overall Deadline to a Project  Apply a Constraint to an Activity Using Reflection Projects  Creating a Reflection Project  Merging Changes Formatting Schedule Data  Grouping Activities  Sorting  Filtering Roles and Resources  Describing Roles and Resources  Viewing Dictionaries  Assigning Roles  Assigning Roles to an Activity  Assign Rates on Roles  Assigning Resources  Assigning Resources  Adjusting Budgeted Units/Time  Analyzing Resources  Displaying the Resource Usage Profile Optimizing the Project Plan  Analyzing Schedule Dates  Shortening a Project Schedule  Analyzing Resource Availability Baselining the Project Plan  Creating a Baseline Plan  Display Baseline Bars on the Gantt Chart Project Execution and Control  Describing Methods for Updating the Schedule  Using Progress Spotlight  Statusing Activities  Rescheduling the Project Reporting Performance  Describing Reporting Methods  Running a Schedule Report  Creating a report with the Report Wizard
  • 104. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 105 P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Release 8.3, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU This Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 training teaches you how to create a project, add activities and relationships, assign resources, adjust the project plan to account for schedule delays and overallocated resources and analyze portfolios. You'll also learn how to customize the Personal Workspace and the Project Workspace to monitor project progress and communicate with team members. This course uses P6, Primavera Web-based project management tool. Oracle BI and BPM are not covered in this course. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Create a project.  Add activities.  Create relationships.  Assign and analyze resources.  Analyze project performance.  Execute and control the project.  Customize dashboards and the Project Workspace. Who should attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Contents Understanding P6 Data  Describing the Organizational Breakdown Structure  Describing the Enterprise Project Structure Creating a Project  Viewing the EPS Page  Modifying Project Information Creating a Work Breakdown Structure  Creating Multiple Levels Adding Activities  Describing Activity Types  Viewing Activity Information  Editing Activity Details  Assigning Steps  Assigning Codes Using Activity Views  Customizing a View  Filtering Data  Grouping and Sorting Data
  • 105. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 106 Creating Relationships  Viewing Relationship Types  Creating Relationships in the Gantt Chart Scheduling a Project  Defining Key Terms  Defining Total Float  Describing Loops and Open Ends  Calculating a Schedule Assigning Constraints  Applying a Must Finish By Date  Constraining an Activity Optimizing the Project Schedule  Analyzing Schedule Dates  Shortening a Project Schedule Viewing the Project Workspace  Adding and Removing Portlets  Customizing the Project Workspace Assigning Roles and Resources  Assigning a Role  Requesting Resources  Assigning Resources  Checking Resource Availability Calendars  Defining Work Types  Editing a Project Calendar  Assigning a Calendar to an Activity Baselining the Project Plan  Selecting a Baseline  Adding a Baseline Executing the Project Plan  Describing Methods of Applying Progress  Using Progress Spotlight  Defining the Data Date  Applying Progress to Activities Analyzing the Updated Project  Comparing Dates
  • 106. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 107  Viewing Schedule Performance  Addressing Variances Viewing Dashboards  Customizing Dashboards  Adding and Removing Dashboards  Viewing Portfolio Data
  • 107. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 108 P710 Oracle Primavera P6 Advanced Release 8.3, 2 Days, 13 PDU This Primavera P6 Advanced Rel 8.3 training gives you hands-on experience with advanced resource management and project management in P6, Primavera's Web-based project management application. Topics include: creating resource teams and role teams, high-level resource planning, resource leveling, viewing and analyzing portfolio performance, assessing return on investment, capacity planning and waterline analysis, and earned value analysis. Please note that this course uses the P6 Web interface. Case studies reinforce new skills and functionality. Objectives  Use high-level resource planning.  Use resource leveling.  Staff resource requests.  Create resource teams and role teams.  Assess portfolio performance.  View return on investment data.  Conduct waterline analysis.  Use advanced scheduling techniques. Who Should Attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Contents Creating Resource Teams and Role Teams  View the Resource Team Summary portlet.  View the Open Requests for Resources portlet. Viewing Portfolio Performance  Review performance thresholds.  Use earned value analysis. Viewing Portfolio Information  View return on investment data.  View data in the Gantt chart. Analyzing Portfolios  Create a portfolio view.  View waterline analysis.  Create a scenario.  View the Capacity Planning page. High-Level Resource Planning  Assign resources and roles.  Using Committed and Life of Project assignments.
  • 108. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 109 Managing Allocation  Using the Resource Usage tab to analyze units and costs.  Grouping data on the Assignments page. Staffing Resource Requests  Use resource search. Resource Leveling  Set leveling options.  Assign leveling priorities. Advanced Scheduling  Multiple float paths.  Scheduling logic options.
  • 109. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 110 P712 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Release 8.3, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU About the Course This Primavera P6 Professional training leads you through the entire project life cycle, from planning to execution. You'll develop a thorough understanding of how to plan and schedule. Learn To:  Create and schedule a project.  Assign resources.  Adjust the project schedule.  Execute and control the project.  Add activities. Benefits to You Enrolling in this course will help you understand P6 Professional’s basic features and functionalities so you can apply them to your organization’s project management processes. You'll also learn how to manage projects on time and within budget to ensure optimal outcomes from capital and resource investments. Explore Project Management Fundamentals All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resources and costs. At the end of each day, you'll apply the concepts and functionality you learned in a case study. The course is divided into three sections: Creating a Project; Scheduling the Project; Project Execution and Control. Use P6 Professional The course uses P6 Professional, Primavera's Windows-based, client/server application. It is appropriate for those using P6 Professional either as a stand-alone application or as part of P6 EPPM. Continuing Education Units Professional Development and Continuing Education Units: Earns 19.5 PDUs and 1.95 CEUs. Please note that this course uses the P6 Optional Client (Windows-based client). Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards . Course Outlines Understanding P6 Data  Describing Enterprise and Project-Specific data  Logging In  Opening an Existing Project  Opening and Customizing Layouts
  • 110. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 111 Enterprise Project Structure  Describing Components of EPS Creating a Project  Create a project  Navigating in the Projects Window  Viewing Project Details Creating a Work Breakdown Structure  Defining a Work Breakdown Structure  Creating the WBS Hierarchy Adding Activities  Describing an Activity and its Components  Describing Activity Types  Adding Activities  Adding a Notebook Topic  Adding Steps to an Activity  Assigning Activity Codes Creating Relationships  Viewing a Network Logic Diagram  Relationship Types  Creating Relationships Scheduling  Performing a Forward and Backward Pass  Describing Float Assigning Constraints  Applying an Overall Deadline to a Project  Apply a Constraint to an Activity Using Reflection Projects  Creating a Reflection Project  Merging Changes Formatting Schedule Data  Grouping Activities  Sorting  Filtering Roles and Resources  Describing Roles and Resources  Viewing Dictionaries Assigning Roles  Assigning Roles to an Activity  Assign Rates on Roles
  • 111. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 112 Assigning Resources  Assigning Resources  Adjusting Budgeted Units/Time Analyzing Resources  Displaying the Resource Usage Profile Optimizing the Project Plan  Analyzing Schedule Dates  Shortening a Project Schedule  Analyzing Resource Availability Baselining the Project Plan  Creating a Baseline Plan  Display Baseline Bars on the Gantt Chart Project Execution and Control  Describing Methods for Updating the Schedule  Using Progress Spotlight  Statusing Activities  Rescheduling the Project Reporting Performance  Describing Reporting Methods  Running a Schedule Report  Creating a report with the Report Wizard Suggested Prerequisites:  Knowledge of project management principles Recommended Related Training Courses:  Primavera P6 Professional Advanced R8.3 This Primavera P6 Professional Advanced R8.3 training explores resource management and advanced project management techniques using P6 Professional. Learn new ways to manage resources and analyze project performance.
  • 112. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 113 P713 Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Advanced Release 8.3, 2 Days, 13 PDU About the Course This Primavera P6 Professional Advanced R8.3 training teaches you about esource management topics like manual allocation, bucket planning and leveling. Project management topics include earned value analysis, advanced scheduling and creating timescaled logic diagrams via Visualizer. Learn To:  Use bucket planning.  Use resource leveling.  Use earned value analysis.  Calculate percent complete.  Calculate multiple float paths.  Analyze resource usage. Benefits to You Understand P6 Professional’s advanced resource and project management functionality so you can make improved decisions when managing your projects. You'll learn how to manage resources effectively to maximize investment and use advanced project management techniques to ensure maximum return on investment. Continuing Education Units Professional Development and Continuing Education Units: 13 PDUs and 1.3 CEUs. Please note that this course uses the P6 Optional Client (Windows based client) Who Should Attend This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. In What Industries Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering and Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical, Power and Water Utility Plants, Education and Training, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Media Production, E-Business Enablers, Marketing and Sales, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding and Repair Yards . Course Outlines Using Earned Value Analysis  Calculating Planned Value Cost  Calculating Actual Cost  Calculating Earned Value Cost  Measuring Performance Percent Complete Managing Multiple Projects  Opening Multiple Projects  Setting the Default Project
  • 113. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 114 Analyzing Resources and Roles  Using the Resource Usage Profile  Using the Resource Usage Spreadsheet Manually Allocating Resources  Viewing the Assignments Window  Viewing and Editing Allocation Using Bucket Planning  Editing Future Buckets  Using Curves Leveling Resources  Setting Leveling Options  Leveling Based on Priority Adanced Scheduling  Multiple Float Paths  Calendar Effect on Lag  Scheduling Out-of-Sequence Activities Using Primavera Visualizer  Choosing a Template  Creating Timescaled Logic Diagrams  Customizing the Gantt Chart Required Prerequisites:  Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 Suggested Prerequisites:  Basic project management knowledge  Basic knowledge of P6 Professional
  • 114. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 115 501 Managing Risk in Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU This course provides training for Primavera’s Risk Management solution. Participants will gain a thorough background in the basic concepts of risk management. This three-day class leads you through examples of specific risk modeling techniques and provides a lab-style workshop on the third day to allow students to apply the learned techniques. Objectives  Apply a risk assessment to a project schedule, resources and costs Log and track project-critical documents  Use a Risk Register: o Identify risks o Assess risks qualitatively or quantitatively o Propose, evaluate and justify mitigation o Track planned mitigation with rest of the project  Run a risk analysis  Understand the results of a risk analysis  Interpret, communicate and justify a risk analysis to the project team, management and stakeholders  Use risk management to improve your project management, set targets and contingency, set corporate and customer expectations with confidence. Who Should Attend? This 3-day introductory course is aimed at all new and prospective users looking to evaluate and benefit from the full capabilities of the Primavera Risk Analysis software. Contents  Basic schedule and cost risk analysis theory  Risk Methodology  Schedule Review  Using three-point estimates for activities  Running a quantitative risk analysis  Understanding results (histograms, tornado charts  Understanding project drivers (duration sensitivity, criticality)  Introduction to the Risk Register  Integration with Primavera and Microsoft Project  Cost & Resource Uncertainty  Risk assessment templating  Correlation  Probabilistic Branching  Risk Register (Risk Events)  Response Planning - cost/benefit analysis  Lab style workshop  Applying risk analysis techniques
  • 115. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 116 E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0: Business Intelligence Publisher Edition, 3 Days, 19.5 PDU The course is aimed at project managers, contract managers, subcontractors, and suppliers. It covers the full gamut of contract management, including logging and tracking submittals, managing project costs, managing contracts, and managing purchase orders. The course also covers how to enter and track company- and project-related data in Contract Management. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Log and track submittals  Document project issues  Manage project costs  Award procurement items  Manage contracts and purchase orders  Manage payment requisitions Who should attend? This course targets Project Managers, Project Control Managers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Scheduling Engineers, Quantity Surveyors and others interested in managing projects successfully or willing to contribute to project success. Contents Creating the Company Directory  Adding a New Company  Copying Contacts  Creating a Project  Defining the Project Managing Drawings  Adding a Document  Recording Revisions  Using Transmittals Logging and Tracking Submittals  Creating a Submittal  Defining Workflow  Tracking Approvals Recording Project Communication  Daily Reports  Meeting Minutes Managing Costs  Using the Cost Worksheet  Defining Cost Codes Managing Contracts  Budgeted and Committed Contracts  Creating a Purchase Order
  • 116. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 117  Creating a Trend Document Using Change Management  Documenting Quotes  Completing Negotiations Managing Payment Requisitions  Schedule of Values  Retainage  Updating and Certifying a Requisition Using the Safety Module  Recording a Violation  Generating an Injury or Illness Report Connecting to a P6 Schedule  Linking to P6  Documents and P6 Dates
  • 117. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 118 BIP6 Oracle Primavera P6 Reporting with BI Publisher 11g, 2 Days This Primavera P6 Reporting with BI Publisher 11g training is ideal for report-writers and administrators who use BI Publisher to generate P6 reports. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to create data models or use existing models to build reports. By enrolling in this course, you'll explore the P6 Extended Schema in detail, which includes an explanation of how to use the Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler. A case study at the end of the course tests your ability to build reports. Objectives At the end of the course, the attendees will be able to:  Navigate and view reports  Create reports  Work with P6 Extended Schema  Construct new data models  Create and customize layouts  Edit sample reports  Use BI Publisher with P6 Analytics Who Should Attend? This course targets Reports Developer, Business Analysts and Project Managers. Contents Navigating and Viewing Reports  Accessing Account Preferences  Accessing the P6 Reports Section Creating Reports Using Existing Data Models  Selecting a Data Model  Adding and Saving a Layout  Setting Ouput Formats Working with the P6 Extended Schema  Understanding the P6 Extended Schema  Using the Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler Constructing New Data Models  Setting a Default Data Source  Adding a Data Set  Building a SQL Query  Adding a Layout and Viewing the Report  Adding a List of Values and a Parameter Customizing Layouts  Using the Layout Editor  Customizing Layouts Using BI Publisher
  • 118. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 119 Editing P6 Sample Reports  Viewing P6 Sample Reports  Editing P6 Sample Reports Using BI Publisher with P6 Analytics  Adding BI Publisher Reports to a Dashboard  Creating a Report Based on P6 Analytics Analyses Scheduling  Scheduling Reports in P6  Scheduling Reports in BI Publisher
  • 119. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 120 OBI01 Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g R1: Build Repositories, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Build and execute analyses to test and verify a dimensional business model.  Use the Oracle BI Administration Tool to administer Oracle BI Server.  Use the Oracle BI Administration Tool to build, manage and maintain an Oracle BI repository.  Build a dimensional business model to address business intelligence requirements.  Validate your work by creating and running analyses, and verifying query results using the query log. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Analyst  Data Warehouse Developer  Reports Developer Course Outline  Set up security to authenticate users and assign appropriate permissions and privileges  Build the Physical, Business Model and Mapping, and Presentation layers of a repository  Build and run analyses to test and validate a repository  Build simple and calculated measures for a fact table  Create logical dimension hierarchies and level-based measures  Model aggregate tables to speed query processing  Model partitions and fragments to improve application performance and usability  Use variables to streamline administrative tasks and modify metadata content dynamically  Use time series functions to support historical time comparison analyses  Apply cache management techniques to maintain and enhance query performance
  • 120. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 121 OBI02 Oracle BI 11g R1: Create Analyses and Dashboards, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Build analyses and dashboards.  Build and use views and graphs in analyses.  Create analyses using Essbase data sources.  Create and work with KPIs.  Create and modify Oracle BI Dashboards.  Use Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile to access BI content.  Use BI content in Microsoft Office applications.  Configure, schedule and deliver personalized alerts using Oracle BI Delivers. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Business Intelligence Developer  Developer  End Users  Functional Implementer  Technical Administrator  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Create and modify Oracle Business Intelligence analyses  Use hierarchical columns in analyses and views  Perform administration tasks related to the development and configuration of dashboards  Build and use views and graphs in analyses  Combine analysis criteria using set operations and execute direct database requests  Perform pre- and post-aggregate filtering using filters, groups, and selections  Add geographical mapping to analyses  Use Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile to view BI content on a mobile device  Create and modify dashboards  Use Oracle BI for Microsoft Office to integrate Oracle BI analysis and dashboard content  Configure Agents using Delivers to get the results of analyses and deliver them to subscribers
  • 121. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 122 OBI03 Oracle BI Publisher 11g R1: Fundamentals, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Describe the components, basic features and positioning of BI Publisher as a reporting tool.  Create data models by using the Data Model Editor based on Oracle Database 11g.  Define parameters and LOVs for a data model.  Create BI Publisher reports based on data models.  Create report layouts by using the Layout Editor (online).  Analyze data using the Excel Analyze Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Business Intelligence Developer  Delivery  End Users  Functional Implementer  Reports Developer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Schedule and Burst Reports  Perform Translations  Create Reports Integrated With Oracle BI EE  Administer BI Publisher Server  Describe BI Publisher Technology and Architecture  Use Excel Analyzer  Create and Modify Data Models  Create Layouts by Using the Layout Editor  Create RTF Templates by Using Template Builder  Explore and Use the Form Field Method for Creating RTF Templates  Creating and Working with Style and Sub Templates
  • 122. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 123 OE01 Oracle Essbase 11.1.2 Bootcamp, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Create block storage databases.  Build rules files.  Analyze data with Smart View.  Create basic calculations.  Extend analysis capabilities.  Create a database outline, load data into the database and analyze data with Smart View.  Perform advanced analysis on the database by implementing varying attribute dimensions and typed measures. Who Should Attend  Business Intelligence Developer  Database Administrators  Database Designers  Developer Course Outline  Create block storage databases  Create dimensions using rules files  Analyze data with Smart View  Describe multidimensional calculation  Create basic database calculations  Analyze dimension attributes  Analyze non-numeric data
  • 123. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 124 BIA01 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Oracle EBS, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Install and configure Oracle Business Intelligence Applications and Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse.  Explore prebuilt ETL metadata, including Informatica workflows and mappings and DAC metadata.  Use the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) to configure, manage and load the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse.  Customize Informatica and DAC metadata.  Customize the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse.  Manage Oracle Business Analytics Applications security and performance.  Explore the prebuilt extract, transform and load (ETL) metadata that ships with the products to gain an understanding of the ETL process and the relationships between the architecture components.  Review Informatica ETL tools by building custom ETL mappings and workflows. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Analyst  Data Warehouse Developer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Customize and extend the OBAW  Manage the security and performance of Oracle BI Applications  Customize DAC metadata  Explore Oracle Business Intelligence Applications foundational concepts and architecture  Install and configure Oracle BI Applications  Explore the prebuilt extract, transform, and load (ETL) metadata for Oracle BI Applications  Use the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) to run ETL routines to populate the OBAW  Explore Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse (OBAW) foundational concepts and architecture
  • 124. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 125 BAI02 Oracle BI Applications 7.9.6: Implementation for Siebel CRM, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Explore prebuilt DAC and Informatica metadata, change capture processing, and delete management that support ETL  for Siebel source data  Use the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) to configure, manage, and load the Oracle Business Analytics  Warehouse  Customize Informatica and DAC metadata  Customize the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse  Manage Oracle Business Analytics Applications security and performance  Install and configure BI Applications and the the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Analyst  Data Warehouse Developer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Explore Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse (OBAW) foundational concepts and architecture  Install and configure Oracle BI Applications  Explore the prebuilt extract, transform, and load (ETL) metadata for Oracle BI Applications  Customize DAC metadata  Use the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) to run custom ETL to populate the OBAW  Customize and extend the OBAW  Describe the Siebel change capture process that supports incremental ETL  Implement ETL logic to support capture of deletes in the Siebel source database  Manage the security and performance of Oracle BI Applications
  • 125. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 126 BIA03 Oracle BI Applications 7.9: Develop a Data Warehouse, 5 Days Learning Outcome  This course is designed for those individuals on the implementation team who are responsible for extracting, transforming, and loading data (ETL) from Siebel Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and other data sources into the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse (OBAW).  This course teaches students about the architecture and contents of the OBAW and the use of the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) in designing, performing, and managing ETL.  Students learn about the different methods used to modify the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse to support specific analytical application requirements, as well as how to weigh performance issues related to the various modifications.  Practices are based on Siebel Customer Relationship Management (CRM) data.  Learn To: Describe and Build Source Dependent Extract and Source Independent Load mappings Build, load and configure the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse using Data Warehouse Administration Describe and use the Change Capture Process Manage Performance Who Should Attend  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Developer  Database Administrators  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Build Auxiliary Change Capture  Build Slowly Changing Dimensions  Capture and Apply Deletes in the CRM Transactional Database  Copyright © 2012, Oracle. All rights reserved. Page 1Configure the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse  Customize the OBAW  Customize the OBAW Using the Universal Adaptor  Customize the OBAW using CRM data  Customize the OBAW using ERP data  Examine Source Dependent Extract (SDE) mappings  Examine Source Independent Load (SIL) ETL mappings  Explore the Change Data Capture Process  Manage OBAW Performance  Configure the OBAW components using Informatica Designer
  • 126. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 127 ODI01 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Integration and Administration, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Use Oracle Data Integrator to perform transformation of data among various platforms  Design ODI Interfaces, Procedures, and Packages to perform ELT data transformations  Administer ODI resources and set up security with ODI  Learn to perform data integration and transformation among various platforms.  Learn to use the ODI graphical interface to define procedures, packages, and ELT jobs.  Learn to set up and maintain a secure, multi-user ODI environment.  Implement Changed Data Capture with ODI  Use ODI Web services and perform integration of ODI with SOA Who Should Attend  Business Analysts  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Database Administrators  SOA Architect  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Explore, audit data, and enforce data quality with ODI  Administer ODI resources and setup security with ODI  Implement Changed Data Capture with ODI  Use ODI Web services and perform integration of ODI with SOA  Describe ODI Model concepts  Describe architecture of Oracle Data Integrator 11g  Apply ODI Topology concepts for data integration  Design ODI Interfaces, Procedures, Packages, and Load Plans to perform ELT data transformations
  • 127. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 128 ODI02 Oracle Data Integrator: Administration and Development, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Oracle Data Integrator is a comprehensive data integration platform that covers all data integration requirements: from high-volume, high-performance batch loads, to event-driven integration processes and SOA-enabled data services.  Oracle Data Integrator's Extract, Load, Transform (E-LT) architecture leverages disparate RDBMS engines to process and transform the data - the approach that optimizes performance, scalability and lowers overall solution costs.  This offering details on how to use Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) to implement high-performance movement and transformation of data among various platforms.  It also deals with usage of ODI graphical user interfaces that enable user to access different ODI components and resources that form ODI infrastructure.  Using the graphical interfaces, you create and manage ODI repositories, which stores configuration information about the IT infrastructure, the metadata for all applications, projects, models and other ODI artifacts.  You also learn how to create the ODI Topology, organize ODI models and design ODI interfaces, procedures, packages and other objects. Who Should Attend  Business Analysts  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Database Administrators  SOA Architect  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Describe architecture of Oracle Data Integrator 10g  Apply ODI Topology concepts for data integration  Describe ODI Model concepts  Design ODI Interfaces, Procedures, and Packages to perform ELT data transformations  Explore, audit data, and enforce data quality with ODI  Administer ODI resources and setup security with ODI  Implement Changed Data Capture with ODI  Use ODI Web services and perform integration of ODI with SOA
  • 128. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 129 ODI03 Oracle Data Integrator 11g: Advanced Integration and Development, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Perform data integration and transformation among various platforms using advance techniques.  Design advanced ODI interfaces, procedures and packages to perform EL-T data transformations.  Set up ODI security by implementing strongly secured approach with non-generic profiles and external user authentication.  Develop and customize Knowledge Modules with substitution methods and Java.  Automate ODI tasks using Groovy script editor.  Implement various integration strategies with ODI using best practices.  Use ODI Web services and perform integration of ODI in an Enterprise environment and SOA. Who Should Attend  Business Analysts  Data Modelers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Database Administrators  SOA Architect  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Develop and enhance Knowledge Modules  Design advanced integration interfaces  Automate ODI tasks using ODI Groovy editor  Enhance ODI security with strongly secured approach  Expose ODI Scenarios as Web services  Integrate ODI in Enterprise environment and SOA  Describe best practices for implementing integration strategies  Describe Various ODI Integration Patterns
  • 129. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 130 OED01 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Match and Parse, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Configure match processors to identify and optionally merge matching records  Use Parse processors to extract key data from free text fields  Use the Address Verification processor and interpret its results  Standardize data using a number of Oracle Enterprise Data Quality processors Who Should Attend  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Warehouse Administrator  End Users  Functional Implementer  Reports Developer  Sales Consultants  System Analysts  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Use the Address Verification processor and interpret its results  Use transformation processors to standardize data  Configure parse processors.  Tailor parse and match processors from the Customer Data Extension Pack  Explain the need and uses of matching  Explain the need and uses of parsing  Use the Phrase Profiler  Explain the essentials of matching and parsing.  Cofigure match processors to identify and if necessary, consolidate matching data records
  • 130. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 131 OED02 Oracle Enterprise Data Quality: Profile, Audit and Operate, 2 Days Learning Outcome  Identify data problems and check data validity  Import and Export data  Create data quality processes and jobs to run in batch and real-time  Re-use configuration in different processes Who Should Attend  Business Analysts  Data Warehouse Administrator  End Users  Functional Implementer  Project Manager  Reports Developer  Sales Consultants  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Profile data for analysis  Check data quality using audit processors  Transform data for auditing  Import and export data from Oracle Enterprise Data Quality  Automate and schedule Oracle Enterprise Data Quality processes using jobs  Re-use configuration with different processes and data sets  Describe the key features and high-level architecture of Oracle Enterprise Data Quality
  • 131. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 132 ODB01 Oracle Database 11g: OLAP Essentials, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Design and create an Oracle OLAP data model.  Enable query rewrite to OLAP Cube MVs for relational summary management.  Easily create OLAP calculations that enrich the analytic content of your data model.  Query OLAP data using simple SQL.  Implement cube security.  Efficiently design cubes for performance and scalability.  Create sophisticated reports of OLAP data by using simple SQL queries. Who Should Attend  Business Analysts  Business Intelligence Developer  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Analyst  Data Warehouse Developer  Database Administrators Course Outline  Describe OLAP concepts and terminology  Examine the role of Oracle OLAP within the Oracle BI / DW Platform  Design and create OLAP Cubes  Enable query rewrite to OLAP Cube MVs for summary management  Create OLAP calculated measures  Query stored and calculated OLAP data with simple SQL  Use ad hoc query and reporting tools against OLAP data  Implement cube security  Efficiently design cubes for performance and scalability
  • 132. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 133 ODB02 Oracle Database 11g: Data Warehousing Fundamentals, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Define the terminology and explain basic concepts of data warehousing.  Identify the technology and some of the tools from Oracle to implement a successful data warehouse.  Describe methods and tools for extracting, transforming and loading data.  Identify some of the tools for accessing and analyzing warehouse data.  Describe the benefits of partitioning, parallel operations, materialized views and query rewrite in a data warehouse.  Explain the implementation and organizational issues surrounding a data warehouse project.  Improve performance or manageability in a data warehouse using various Oracle Database features. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Analyst  Data Warehouse Developer  Developer  Functional Implementer  Project Manager  Support Engineer Course Outline  Define the terminology and explain the basic concepts of data warehousing  Describe methods and tools for extracting, transforming, and loading data  Identify some of the tools for accessing and analyzing warehouse data  Identify the technology and some of the tools from Oracle to implement a successful data warehouse  Define the decision support purpose and end goal of a data warehouse  Describe the benefits of partitioning, parallel operations, materialized views, and query rewrite in a data warehouse  Explain the implementation and organizational issues surrounding a data warehouse project  Use materialized views and query rewrite to improve the data warehouse performance  Develop familiarity with some of the technologies required to implement a data warehouse
  • 133. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 134 ODB03 Oracle Spatial: Essentials, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Load geometries into spatial layers  Create spatial layers by using the SDO_GEOMETRY data type  Employ spatial operators and functions to generate and access 2D geometries  Setup and demonstrate Oracle Maps  Run spatial queries to perform spatial analysis  Use MapViewer and the Map Builder tool to render maps Who Should Attend  Application Developers  PL/SQL Developer  Technical Administrator  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Create spatial layers by using the SDO_GEOMETRY data type  Load geometries into spatial layers  Employ spatial operators and functions to generate and access 2D geometries  Describe the various types of coordinate systems  Run spatial queries to perform spatial analysis  Enhance and tune spatial indexes for better performance  Describe the linear referencing system  Describe Oracle Spatial geocoding and routing concepts  Setup and demonstrate Oracle Maps  Use MapViewer and the Map Builder tool to render maps  Describe the Oracle Spatial data and query models
  • 134. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 135 OAE01 Oracle Application Express: Developing Web Applications, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Incorporate shared components into an application  Use SQL Workshop to create and manage database objects  Maintain and monitor access to an application  Manage Application Development process  Use the application builder to create and modify an application Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Intelligence Developer  Developer  Forms Developer  System Analysts  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Develop database and websheet applications  Deploy the Application as a Packaged Application  Debug your application  Utilize dynamic components such as dynamic actions and plugins  Manage Access Control by authorizing and authenticating users  Utilize Team Development to drive the application development process  Utilize and Manage Shared Components in an Application  Add Page Processing components  Manage database objects  Administer Oracle Application Express Workspaces  Load and Unload data or application components  Manage users and groups  Build queries of database objects and incorporate in an application  Use and manipulate reports and forms in Oracle Application Express
  • 135. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 136 OAE02 Oracle Application Express: Advanced Workshop, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Include application navigation techniques such as Database-Driven report generation, Site Maps, Dashboards and Interactive Report Regions in APEX applications  Build custom tabular forms that contain validations and use collections  Use Dynamic Actions, Plug-ins, and advanced charting techniques  Extend applications to use binary large object (BLOB) data and Web Services  Print reports within APEX using report queries and report layouts utilizing BI Publisher  Integrate APEX application with LDAP as well as prevent vulnerabilities associated with SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting attacks Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Business Intelligence Developer  Developer  Forms Developer  PL/SQL Developer  System Analysts  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Manage application navigation by using hierarchical lists with images, database-driven navigation, site maps, and dashboards  Build custom tabular forms that use collections and validations  Define Client-Side behaviors by using Dynamic Actions  Import, use Plug-ins and optimize the performance of Plug-ins  Extend applications by adding BLOB data, and incorporating Web services  Print reports within APEX using report queries and report layouts utilizing BI Publisher  Utilize advanced charting techniques in Application Express  Manipulate application content through templates, themes, and style sheets  Secure your application by using LDAP and prevent SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting and usage of Session State Protection  Monitor and manage your application by using custom reports
  • 136. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 137 OAE03 Oracle Application Express: Administration, 2 Days Learning Outcome  Install and Configure Oracle APEX Listener  Create and Manage Workspaces and Users  Configure Administration Services  Manage and Monitor An Entire Developement Instance  Manage and Monitor Workspaces  Install Oracle Application Express Who Should Attend  Administrator  Application Developers  Database Administrators  Web Administrator Course Outline  Use the APEX_INSTANCE_ADMIN API  Identify installation options  Verify installation requirements  Install Oracle Application Express successfully  Install Oracle APEX listener with Oracle WebLogic Server  Configure Oracle APEX Listener  Configure Administration Services  Log into Oracle Application Express and Oracle Application Express Administration  Create a workspace and workspace administrator  Create users and user groups  Create service requests  View workspace reports and dashboards  Manage an entire Oracle Application Express Instance  Monitor instance and workspace activities
  • 137. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 138 SQL01 Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Create reports of sorted and restricted data.  Run data manipulation statements (DML).  Control database access to specific objects.  Manage schema objects.  Manage objects with data dictionary views.  Retrieve data from tables.  Create indexes and constraints and alter existing schema objects.  Create and query external tables.  Use the regular expression support in SQL. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Data Warehouse Administrator  Developer  Forms Developer  PL/SQL Developer  System Analysts Course Outline  Display data from multiple tables using the ANSI SQL 99 JOIN syntax.  Identify the major structural components of the Oracle Database 11g.  Create reports of aggregated data.  Write SELECT statements that include queries.  Retrieve row and column data from tables.  Run data manipulation statements (DML) in Oracle Database 11g.  Create tables to store data.  Utilize views to display data.  Control database access to specific objects.  Manage schema objects.  Manage objects with data dictionary views.  Write multiple-column sub-queries.  Employ SQL functions to retrieve customized data.  Use scalar and correlated sub-queries.  Use the regular expression support in SQL  Create reports of sorted and restricted data
  • 138. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 139 SQL02 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals I, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Create reports of sorted and restricted data.  Retrieve row and column data from tables with the SELECT statement.  Display data from multiple tables.  Use DML statements to manage data.  Use DDL statements to manage database objects. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  End Users  Forms Developer  Functional Implementer  PL/SQL Developer  Portal Developer  Reports Developer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Retrieve data from tables.  Create reports of sorted and restricted data.  Employ SQL functions to generate customized data.  Display data from multiple tables using the ANSI SQL 99 JOIN syntax.  Create reports of aggregated data.  Use the SET operators to create subsets of data.  Run data manipulation statements (DML) to update data in the Oracle Database 11g.  Identify the major structural components of the Oracle Database 11g.  Run data definition language (DDL) statements to create schema objects.
  • 139. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 140 SQL03 Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals II, 2 Days Learning Outcome  Manage schema objects and use data dictionary views.  Control database access to specific objects.  Manipulate large data sets in the Oracle database by using subqueries.  Manage data in different time zones.  Retrieve data by using advanced subqueries.  Use the regular expression support in SQL to search, match, and replace strings in terms of regular expressions. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Intelligence Developer  Database Administrators  Forms Developer  Portal Developer  Reports Developer  System Analysts  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Manipulate large data sets in the Oracle database by using subqueries.  Manage data in different time zones.  Write multiple-column subqueries.  Use scalar and correlated subqueries.  Manage schema objects.  Use the regular expression support in SQL.  Add new users with different levels of access privileges.  Control database access to specific objects.  Manage objects with data dictionary views.
  • 140. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 141 SQL04 Oracle Database: Develop PL/SQL Program Units, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Create overloaded package subprograms for more flexibility  Utilize Oracle-Supplied Packages in Application Development  Create triggers to solve business challenges  Build SQL statements dynamically  Create stored procedures and functions  Design and use PL/SQL packages Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Database Administrators  Forms Developer  PL/SQL Developer  Support Engineer  System Analysts Course Outline  Manage dependencies between PL/SQL subprograms.  Use conditional compilation to customize the functionality in a PL/SQL application without removing any source code.  Create stored procedures and functions.  Design PL/SQL packages to group related constructs.  Create overloaded package subprograms for more flexibility.  Use the Oracle supplied PL/SQL packages to generate screen output, file output, and mail output.  Write dynamic SQL for more coding flexibility.  Design PL/SQL code for pre-defined data types, local subprograms, additional programs, standardized constants and exceptions.  Create triggers to solve business challenges.  Use the compiler warnings infrastructure..
  • 141. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 142 SQL05 Oracle Database 11g: SQL Tuning Workshop, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Use Oracle tools to identify inefficient SQL statements.  Use Automatic SQL Tuning.  Use Real Time SQL monitoring.  Write more efficient SQL statements.  Monitor and trace high load SQL statements.  Manage optimizer statistics on database objects.  Interpret execution plans, and the different ways in which data can be accessed. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Developer  Database Administrators  Developer  PL/SQL Developer  Support Engineer Course Outline  Identify poorly performing SQL  Trace an application through its different levels of the application architecture  Understand how the Query Optimizer makes decisions about how to access data  Define how optimizer statistics affect the performance of SQL  List the possible methods of accessing data, including different join methods  Modify a SQL statement to perform at its best
  • 142. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 143 SQL06 Oracle Database 11g: Analytic SQL for Data Warehousing, 1 Day Learning Outcome  Use Analytic SQL to aggregation, Analyze and Reporting, and Model Data.  Group and aggregate data using the ROLLUP and CUBE operators.  Analyze and report data using Ranking, LAG/LEAD and FIRST/LAST functions.  Use the MODEL clause to create a multidimensional array from query results.  Interpret the concept of a hierarchical query, create a tree-structured report, format hierarchical data and exclude branches from the tree structure.  Use regular expressions to search for, match and replace strings. Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Data Warehouse Administrator  Data Warehouse Developer  Support Engineer Course Outline  Create a tree-structured report, format hierarchical data, and exclude branches from the tree structure  Identify the benefits of using regular expressions  Use the regular expressions and subexpressions functions  Identify the benefits of using Analytic SQL  Review the available SQL for aggregation operators, SQL for Analysis and Reporting functions, and the SQL for  Modeling using the SQL MODEL clause  Group and aggregate data using the ROLLUP and CUBE operators, the GROUPING function, Composite Columns, and the Concatenated Groupings  Analyze and report data using Ranking functions, the LAG/LEAD functions, and the PIVOT and UNPIVOT clauses  Use the MODEL clause to create a multidimensional array from query results and then apply formulas to this array to calculate new values  Interpret the concept of a hierarchical query, create a tree-structured report, format hierarchical data, and exclude branches from the tree structure
  • 143. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 144 DM01 Oracle Data Modeling and Relational Database Design, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Identify the types of models  Develop a process model (Data Flow Diagram)  Develop a logical data model ( Entity Relationship Diagram)  Use advanced data modeling techniques  Evaluate a Relational design  Create the Physical Model, add several Physical Model objects, and generate the DDL Who Should Attend  Application Developers  Business Analysts  Data Modelers  Database Administrators  Database Designers  System Analysts Course Outline  Create an Entity Relationship Diagram by identifying entities, attributes, relationships and constraints from a set of requirements  Normalize the Entity Relationship Diagram to third Normal form  Enhance the Entity Relationship Diagram to utilize several data modeling techniques  Create a Data Flow Diagram by identifying processes, external agents, information stores and information flows that show how the information flows and how it is being transformed  Engineer the Entity Relationship Model into an initial relational database design  Optimize the Relational Database Design  Complete the Physical Model and generate the DDL  Use Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler to document all the concepts learned throughout the course
  • 144. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 145 DBA01 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop I, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure.  Create and manage users.  Install and configure an Oracle Database.  Create and manage storage structures.  Administer the Oracle Database.  Understand the Oracle database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another.  Perform backup and recovery. Who Should Attend  Database Administrators  Java Developer  Support Engineer  Technical Administrator  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Install Oracle Grid Infrastructure  Install and configure Oracle Database 11g  Configure Oracle Net services  Monitor and administer undo data  Manage the database storage structures  Create and administer user accounts  Perform basic backup and recovery of a database  Manage data concurrency  Monitor performance  Describe Oracle Database Architecture
  • 145. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 146 DBA02 Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Diagnose and repair data failures with Flashback technology.  Manage space to optimize database storage so you can respond to growing space requirements.  Monitor and manage major database components, including memory, performance and resources.  Secure the availability of your database through appropriate backup and recovery strategies.  Automate DBA tasks with the Scheduler. Who Should Attend  Database Administrators  Support Engineer  Technical Administrator  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Back and recover a database (and its parts) with RMAN (command-line and Enterprise Manager)  Use flashback technology to view past states of data and to revert either objects or the entire database back to a past state  Use an appropriate and flexible memory configuration for your database  Identify burdensome database sessions and poorly performing SQL  Configure the Oracle Database for optimal recovery  Configure the database instance such that resources are appropriately allocated among sessions and tasks  Schedule jobs to run inside or outside of the database  Use compression to optimize database storage and duplicate a database
  • 146. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 147 DBA03 Oracle Database 11g: Performance Tuning DBA, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Describe Oracle tuning methodology.  Use Oracle supplied tools for monitoring and diagnosing SQL and Instance tuning issues.  Use database advisors to correct performance problems proactively.  Identify problem SQL statements & tune SQL performance problems.  Monitor the Instance Performance using Enterprise Manager.  Tune instance components, primarily using Instance parameters. Who Should Attend  Database Administrators  Support Engineer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Use the Oracle Database tuning methodology appropriate to the available tools  Utilize database advisors to proactively tune an Oracle Database Instance  Use the tools based on the Automatic Workload Repository to tune the database  Diagnose and tune common SQL related performance problems  Diagnose and tune common Instance related performance problems  Use Enterprise Manager performance-related pages to monitor an Oracle Database
  • 147. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 148 DBA04 Oracle Database 11g: Data Guard Administration, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Offload business processing needs to another system  Offload backup needs to another system  Build highly available systems  Offload business processing needs to another system Who Should Attend  Database Administrators  Support Engineer  Technical Consultant Course Outline  Create and manage physical and logical standby databases  Use Data Guard standby databases to support production functions such as reporting, querying, testing, and performing backups  Use Enterprise Manager Grid Control and the Data Guard command-line interface (DGMGRL) to maintain a Data Guard configuration  Use Data Guard to achieve a highly available Oracle database
  • 148. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 149 DBA05 Oracle Database 11g: RAC Administration, 4 Days Learning Outcome  Install Oracle Clusterware and Real Application Clusters.  Administer a RAC Database.  Administer database services in an RAC environment.  Administer Oracle Clusterware.  Add/Remove a node to/from a cluster.  Patch Oracle Clusterware and RAC software.  Upgrade and path Oracle RAC databases.  Study the new connection architecture and how to make those connections highly available. Who Should Attend  Data Warehouse Administrator  Database Administrators  Support Engineer  Technical Administrator Course Outline  Install, create, administer, and monitor a Real Application Clusters database  Use configuration and management tools for Real Application Clusters databases  Setup services for workloads management, and applications high availability  Develop a backup and recovery strategy for Real Application Clusters databases  Configure and monitor Oracle Clusterware resources  Review high availability best practices  Identify Real Application Clusters components
  • 149. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 150 WS01 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Describe the architecture of WebLogic Server including domains, servers and machines.  Install, configure and use WebLogic Server.  Perform routine Oracle WebLogic Server administration functions.  Set up a cluster of servers and distribute applications and resources to the cluster.  Configure Oracle HTTP Server as the Web-tier front end for Oracle WebLogic Server instances and clusters.  Deploy different types of Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server. Who Should Attend  J2EE Developer  Java EE Developer  Sales Consultants  Web Administrator Course Outline  Monitor application server using GUI and command-line tools such as automation scripts  Describe the architecture of WebLogic Server including domains, servers and machines  Install, configure and use WebLogic Server  Perform routine Oracle WebLogic Server administration functions  Set up a cluster of servers and distribute applications and resources to the cluster  Configure Oracle HTTP Server as the Web-tier front end for Oracle WebLogic Server instances and clusters  Deploy different types of Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server  Deploy and manage large-scale Java EE applications to servers or clusters through the entire development and production lifecycle  Configure basic resource and application security  Backup and recover from various failures
  • 150. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 151 WS02 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Advanced Administration, 5 Days Learning Outcome  Manage domains and templates  Configure a highly available messaging infrastructure  Automate server migration and failover  Utilize LDAP for authentication  Monitor servers using WLDF or SNMP Who Should Attend  Administrator  Security Administrators  Support Engineer  Technical Administrator  Technical Consultant  Web Administrator Course Outline  Configure and monitor server network channels  Define a JDBC data source for load balancing and failover  Configure JMS to guarantee message delivery  Configure JMS load balancing and failover in a cluster  Configure JMS store and forward features  Create custom domain and extension templates  Bridge WebLogic JMS to an external JMS provider  Configure automatic server migration in a cluster  Replicate HTTP sessions using multiple clusters  Integrate WebLogic Server with an external LDAP server  Integrate WebLogic Server with a database security store  Tune a Java VM for performance  Tune server subsystems for performance  Define server work managers  Apply techniques to diagnose and troubleshoot server problems  Trigger SNMP notifications from WebLogic Server
  • 151. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 152 WS03 Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Monitor and Tune Performance, 3 Days Learning Outcome  Describe different monitoring and tuning tools such as JvisualVM, JRockit Mission Control and so on.  Instrument with load testing tool such as Grinder.  Generate and analyze performance data.  Tune Java Virtual Machine (JVM) parameters.  Tune Oracle WebLogic Server parameters.  Describe a typical performance methodology Who Should Attend  Java EE Developer  Project Manager  SOA Architect  System Integrator  Web Administrator Course Outline  Describe performance tuning methodology and tools  Configure performance evaluation tools  Use the JRockit Mission Control to monitor JRockit JVM  Use JRockit Flight Recorder to record and analyze JRockit performance data  Use Java Visual VM to monitor Hotspot JVM  Use the Grinder to record performance test data and tune JVM  Configure and use Work Manager  Tune performance of Web applications  Configure and tune JDBC performance  Configure and tune EJB performance  Configure and tune JMS performance  Describe performance considerations for clusters
  • 152. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 153 Essential Personal Skills for the Project Management Team The Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Competency Development (PMCD) framework has identified a number of personal competencies that project management professionals should acquire in addition to the knowledge areas of the project management body of knowledge. Those competencies include Achievement and Action, Helping and Human Service, Impact and Influence, Managerial, Cognitive and Personal Effectiveness. The Essential Personal Skills for the Project Management Team program launched by CMCS includes a number of courses that covers the personal skills identified by the PMCD framework and more. The program is comprehensive and includes topics on:  PS-01 Project Leadership Skills For Better Project Results, 2 days  PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders, 3 days  PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams, 1 day  PS-04 Motivating Project Teams, 1 day  PS-05 Project Team Building, 2 days  PS-06 Cross-functional team management, 1 day  PS-07 The ability to manage global teams, 2 days  PS-08 Organizational Change Management, 2 days  PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results, 1 day  PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers, 3 days  PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills, 2 days  PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence, 1 day  PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders, 2 days  PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager, 2 days  PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes, 2 days  PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making, 1 day  PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers, 1 day  PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers, 1 day  PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity, 1 day  PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers, 1 day  PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers. 1 day  PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers, 2 days
  • 153. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 154 PS-01 Project Leadership Skills for Better Project Results, 2 Days “Project Leadership Skills for Better Project Results” is a highly interactive workshop designed to provide project managers with leadership skills that will enable them to develop their Skills for high Performance. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Identify the foundation of leadership characteristics  Relate leadership practices to projects  Identify Performance improvement drivers  Be familiar with leadership skills Who should attend? Personnel in project management positions who need to improve their Leadership skills. Contents  The Leadership Foundation  Self-Assessment Of Leadership Characteristics  Project Manager As A Leader – Skills To Success  Project Managers Leadership Mistakes  Effective Leaders And Top Performers Qualities  Project Managers As Advocates  The Importance Of Culture Sensing  Performance Improvement Drivers  Best Practices To Manager Sponsors  Critical Skills For Great Leaders  Winning Positive Feedback For Project Performance
  • 154. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 155 PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders, 3 Days “The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders” is a business-focused and personal challenged workshop that every project leader would be in need for it in their daily work across sectors and levels. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Understand The Leadership Challenges  Be A Proactive Project Leader  Balance Between Life And Work  Developing Project Leadership Talents Who should attend? Project leaders and managers who want to improve their leadership skills and raise their sights. Contents  Understanding Challenges  Are You Proactive OR Reactive?  Proactivity And Stress Management  The Heart Of Leadership: Influence  Understanding Where You Are Now  Shape Your Vision  Project Leader Successful Key Strategies  Dimensions Of Insight  Developing Self Believe  Are You Leading Yourself?  Life And Career Transition  Getting Results: Life-Work Balance
  • 155. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 156 PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams, 1 Day As today’s workforce is global, “Managing Virtual Teams” workshop focuses on enabling project managers to manage their team members that are working from home, across the city, on the other coast, or even in another continent. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Maximize virtual teams performance  Increase collaboration, trust and Virtual team effectiveness.  Leverages team’s cultural diversity  Manage processes for overcoming barriers Who should attend? Project managers whom are in charge of virtual teams and want to know how Manage their virtual Teams Contents  The Nature Of Virtual Teams  Different Kinds Of Virtual Teams  Keys To Success With Virtual Teams  Cultural Risk And Virtual Teams  Open Communications With Virtual Teams  Strategies For Supporting Virtual Teams  Technology For Virtual Teams  Leading Virtual Teams In Crisis  How To Impact Positively Your Project Success  Tips And Techniques To Achieve The Deliverables And Milestones
  • 156. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 157 PS-04 Motivating Project Teams, 1 Day “Motivating Project Teams” is one of the most important workshops for project managers to manage their team members as motivation factors affecting human behavior and performance. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Distinguish the different approaches, theories and techniques in motivation.  Apply the motivation techniques and strategies in business scenarios.  Evaluate the different motivational theories.  Enable participants to be more aware of how motivation works. Who should attend? Motivation for Project Managers helps participants understand the key elements of self, individual and team motivation. Contents  Understand the nature of human motivation  Different approaches, theories and techniques in motivation  The Laws of Motivation  Analyzing Motivation  The Motivation Process  Building up Motivation  Self-Motivation as a life skill  Getting the best from others  Motivating across cultures  Empowerment through motivation  The Motivation Barriers  Influence and motivate teams by communication  Action Plan for motivation
  • 157. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 158 PS-05 Project Team Building, 2 Days The “Project Team Building” workshop focus on building higher levels of team performance with an understanding of how teams work, how to deal with the problems that arise within teams and how to be an effective team member especially in a meetings environment. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Understand how teams work together  Evaluate and improve team performance  Discuss teambuilding concepts with colleagues  Effectively manage and contribute to team meetings Who should attend? This workshop is ideally for project Managers who want to develop their authentic skills and competencies to work in - or to lead - high performance team. Contents  Definition of the team  Team stages  Learning how to work as a team  Building a High Performance & collaborative team  Accelerating Team Action  A first-class team Planning  Maintaining a creative environment  Team building meetings during the project  Effective Team communication  Phase-end and project-end activities
  • 158. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 159 PS-06 Cross-Functional Team Management, 1 Day The “Cross-functional team Management” workshop explores the challenges and strategies including people from different departments in the organization. It allows participants to have success from the start. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Implement the collaboration and knowledge management  Manage a diverse team with the right mix of skills and competencies.  Rely on an effective methodology that defines the work  Deal with cultural change Who should attend? Cross-functional team Management is oriented to the project managers who want to create breakthrough results. Contents  Defining Cross-Functional Teams  The Uniqueness of Cross-Functional Teams  Ensuring an Effective Team Start-Up  5 Key Strategies: Development Team  Set Clear Objectives  Manage Cultural Change  Communicate Clearly and Widely  Build Positive Team Dynamics  Adopt the Right Approach to Motivation  Make Sure People Have Enough Time to Contribute
  • 159. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 160 PS-07 The Ability to Manage Global Teams, 2 Days “The Ability to Manage Global Teams” workshop is a unique tool to organizations that became increasingly global and want to leverage their international presence to better meet the needs of stakeholders. Managing global virtual teams enables organizations upturn their responsiveness to change in today’s market challenges. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Understand the Global virtual teams Challenges  Create multiple channels of communication  Deal with cultural differences of their teams  Create a Global Team Development Who should attend? Project managers responsible for team building activities in organizations and willing to enhance their Global Virtual Teams performance Contents  Bad management practices  Building Virtual Teams  Building Culture and Trust  Virtual Communication Technologies  Information Sharing  Establishing Ground Rules and Norms  Global Teams: Trends, Challenges and Solutions.  Best Practices for Remote Management  Tips and Pitfalls: Manage a Global Team
  • 160. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 161 PS-08 Organizational Change Management, 2 Days The “Organizational Change Management” workshop is prepared specifically for participants with the need of necessary skills for change management in their organization. Objectives This training workshop enables the participants to:  Realize the way of change reaction  Remove the fear and resistance of change  Understand, Plan and Manage Change effectively  Recognize different models of change  Use a systematic process to identify potential changes  Explain the phases of accepting change  Handle positively those who resist change  Handle change in the future Who should attend? This program is designed for all levels of project Management and Supervisory staff, who want to lead and develop their teams to high levels of commitment and productivity. Contents  What is Change?  Types of Change  Change Preparation  Change Tools needed  Initiating change successfully  Implementing change successfully  Design a change you want to implement in your department  Action Planning
  • 161. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 162 PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results, 2 Days Coaching is one of the most effective methods of enhancing performance. “Coaching for Better Project Results” workshop helps experienced project managers to deal with issues as far ranging as performance, work based stress, personal needs, employee motivation and morale. Objectives At the end of this workshop, participants you will be able to:  Structure the coaching session  Set objectives and targets  Coach both new/existing team members  Create a culture of delegation and empowerment  Increase and enhance motivation  Managing the poor performer  Gain Feedback skills Who should attend? Project managers who want to develop a clear and more focused approach to dealing with work based issues from a coaching based perspective. Contents  What Is Coaching?  Coaching Principles  Determining Individual And Company Core Values  Identifying Means To Solve Difficult Project Problems  Ideas And Strategies: Acting As A Coach  Listening, Asking And Developing Solutions  Guidance And Advice: Career Development  Motivational And Developmental Feedback  Project Results Focusing
  • 162. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 163 PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers, 3 Days Today’s modern work force; is well educated, highly skilled and they expect to be treated and developed as professionals. “Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers” is a highly interactive workshop which demonstrates how the work force of today, can be lead to achieve High Performance, by developing its quotient of Emotional Intelligence. Objectives By the end of the workshop delegates will be able to:  Understand the importance of Emotional Intelligence  Develop their Emotional Intelligence skills  Use Leadership, Supervisory and Managerial skills more effectively  Leave the program with an Action Plan Who should attend? This program is suitable for all levels of project Management and Supervisory staff, who want to lead and develop their teams to high levels of commitment and productivity through Emotional Intelligence Awareness. Outline  What is/are Emotions?  What is Emotional Intelligence?  Self-Management and capabilities.  Gauge the level of Emotional Intelligence  Improving decision making strategies for wiser choices  Communicating in an Emotionally Intelligence  Understand the fundamental components of the communication process.  Recognize the characteristics of different communication styles  Identify the personal communication style.  Building Project Stakeholder Relationships in an Emotionally Intelligent way  Distinguish behaviors that identify someone as a receptive Listener.  Using EQ to Lead Project Teams
  • 163. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 164 PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills, 2 Days “Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills” workshop is an important tool for project managers, their teams and stakeholders to Communicate and interact with others more effectively and reach project success. Objectives At the end of the course, participants will be able to:  Develop Project managers interpersonal communication skills  Communicate and interact with others more effectively  Enhance the performance through improved communication skills  Have a greater awareness of the effect of behaviour on other people  Create the mutual understanding and conditions for effective teamwork Who Should Attend? Project managers who wish to improve their interpersonal communicative skills. Contents  Perception and Human Behavior  The Nature of Communication  The Process of Verbal Communication  Non-verbal Communication guides  Developing Listening Skills  Barriers to Effective Communications  Communications Strategy and systems  Briefing and Communicating in Groups  Dealing with Different Personalities and Difficult People  Difference between assertiveness, aggressive and passive behavior  Giving positive feedback  Stakeholders Approach Techniques  Action Planning
  • 164. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 165 PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence, 1 Day “Communication with Competence and Confidence” workshop presents to project managers with the practical skills and knowledge required for Communicating with Competence and Confidence. It will create the atmosphere and the culture to provide great work in organization in addition to Building a personal skill set that will enable them to react positively in project challenging situations. Objectives By the end of the workshop, each participant will be able to:  Take decisions and make choices  Develop a positive, assertive style  Identify behavior patterns in others  cultivate productive responses  Improve organizational relationships through assertiveness  Develop an assertiveness plan of action Who Should Attend? This program is designed for anyone who wants to enhance their assertiveness skills, build a confident, credible image and develop effective workplace relationships. Contents  The Essentials Of Assertiveness  The Fundamental Concepts Of Assertive Behavior  Increasing Productive Thought Processes  Expressing Courage: Self Powerfully And Professionally  Building Professional Authority And Expertise  Tools And Techniques For Building Assertiveness Style  Emphasizing the Message  Creating An Action Plan
  • 165. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 166 PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders, 2 Days The “Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders” is delivering a first class stakeholder management by creating the right impression all the time. It encompasses an understanding of stakeholder expectations and the skills to exceed that expectation, even when faced with difficult stakeholders. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Treating professionally the stakeholders.  Applying the updated techniques of dealing with stakeholders  Analyzing Internal/External stakeholders  Handling stakeholders’ objections and complaints positively. Who Should Attend? Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders is ideally oriented to the mangers dealing with their stakeholders Contents  Why Stakeholder Management?  The Importance of stakeholder management  The Internal/External stakeholder Approach  Benefits of being stakeholder-focused  Effective Communication with the stakeholders  Stakeholder Impact on Project Success  Conduct a Stakeholder Analysis  Different Types of stakeholders  Manage Stakeholders  Twelve ways of dealing with difficult stakeholders  Handling stakeholder Complaints  Coping with stakeholder Conflicts
  • 166. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 167 PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager, 2 Days “The Persuasive Project Manager” is a workshop presenting the challenge that project managers could face while managing team members and stakeholders at all levels. Influence and persuasion are often two main factors that lead to project success. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Be familiar with the Advantages and Disadvantages of persuasion  Apply the laws of Persuasion  Be a persuasive project manager  Adopt the influence styles of Project Managers  Negotiate effectively in a variety of project environments Who should attend? Project managers and all others who are looking to continue in developing their skills and to become a more persuasive manager Contents  Differences: Influence, Persuasion and Manipulation  How Persuasion can be useful and helpful?  Persuasion: Tips and Pitfalls  Paths to Persuasion: Tactics at Work  Several Laws of Persuasion  Increased Project Success: Combine Laws and Power  Influence Styles of Project Managers  Persuasion tools and techniques for project success  Influence: Overcome resistance to change  Influencing and Persuasion Skills for Project Managers
  • 167. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 168 PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes, 2 Days “Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes” program is valuable for project managers committed to improving their skills in negotiation with their stakeholders. It contains essential modules that lead to successful negotiation. It will provide participants with the essential processes and competencies to effectively conduct negotiations. Objectives By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:  Identify and understand the requirements for effective negotiation.  Explore negotiation in the framework of project management  Leverage the negotiation skills to deliver successful results.  Being able how to create and manage dynamic negotiation environment.  Balance assertiveness and empathy in their negotiations.  Overcome barriers to effective negotiation. Who should attend? This workshop is oriented for Project managers who want to lead their negotiation skills and find themselves in a position where they need to negotiate and persuade to succeed. Contents  Preparing developing and conducting Negotiation Process.  Understanding the 'other' basic needs for Win-Win  Understanding the five steps approach to Negotiation Planning  Understand tactics in Negotiation  Selecting a communication approach that builds collaboration  Dealing with different styles of negotiators.  Learning & Understanding Negotiation terminology  Identifying the Power forces of negotiation: Power, Information, timing and approach  Developing and prioritizing the list of variable used in negotiation  Implementing your preferred approach  How to do effective closing the negotiation  Building long-term relationships with stakeholder
  • 168. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 169 PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making, 1 Day “Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making” workshop is designed to help project managers to make high quality decisions they need to reduce the amount of time spent on unexpected problems, keeping a project on deadline and within budget. It will help them play a key role in the success of a project’s development and implementation. Who should attend? This workshop is suitable for project managers who want to lead and develop their stakeholders through solving problems and making effective decisions Objectives By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Apply logical approaches to solving problems and making decisions.  Use tools for identifying risks  Analyze and solve actual problems facing them in the process  Making the right decisions. Contents  Contexts: Difficulties and challenges  Identify risks  Understanding Problem Solving  Systematic approaches to problem solving  Identifying problems and Implementing solutions  Communication for Problem Solving  Project Decisions: The Art of Decision-Making  Managing the Wrong Factors  Decision-Making in Difficult Contexts
  • 169. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 170 PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers, 1 Day “Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers” workshop is designed for Project managers that deal with people of different backgrounds, delegations, skill levels, qualifications, experience. It will allow the managers to resolve conflict of differences in values, attitudes, needs, expectations, perceptions and resources. Objective By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Identify the causes of conflict  Communicate effectively during conflict  Understand and use the Weapons Of Influence  Understand the various Conflict Resolution Styles Who should attend? Project managers who want to manage conflict with stakeholders and their personal lives Contents  Causes of Conflict  Avoiding conflict from the start  Project Managers Communication Skills  Types of personality conflict  Conflict Management Styles  Difficult Individual Behaviour  The Art of Creative Fighting  Approaches to Resolving Conflict  Tactics for Conflict Resolution
  • 170. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 171 PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers, 1 Day “Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers” workshop focuses on areas of work stress, its affect, and finally, steps to prevent it and can be used at project and personal lives. Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to:  Managing and undertaking projects under stress  Understand the most common challenges that generate a stress level.  Demonstrate techniques for interacting with difficult stakeholders.  Create reachable goals.  Begin implementing goals created during the project. Who should attend? This workshop is suitable for project managers who want to lead and develop their skills in managing stress and reflect it to high levels of commitment and productivity. Contents  What Leads to Stress?  Identifying the causes and sources of Stress  Personality types  Dealing with negative stakeholders  Dealing with angry stakeholders  How stress affects time management  Practical Positive Approaches to reduce stress  Action Planning
  • 171. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 172 PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity for Project Managers, 1 Day “Managing Workplace Diversity for Project Managers” workshop present the management roles and how tactfully bring more diversity influence and awareness to the work environments and stakeholders and face the issues, challenges, dilemmas and joys of working with diversity. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Gain a better understanding of diversity  Explore their practical experience in relation to diversity and conflict  Deal more effectively with issues of diversity Who should attend? Project Managers in a diverse workplace, who need to understand the dynamics of cultural and ethnic diversity. Contents  Why is Management of Diversity Important?  Issues in Managing Diversity  Diversity: Affirmative Action and Creativity  Diversity in Relation to Culture and Performance  Maintaining Workplace Diversity  Avoiding Workplace Discrimination  Communicating Effectively  New Perspectives and Strategies in Managing Diversity
  • 172. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 173 PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers, 1 Day In the modern world the pressures on everyone is increasing. For a variety of reasons, virtually every organization is expecting more from their employees. The main focus of this program is to provide project managers on how to make the most of their time by setting goals and prioritizing tasks, getting a grip on their office space, organizing their workflow, learning how to use their planner effectively, and delegating some of their work to stakeholders to be productive. Objectives By the end of this workshop participants will:  Manage time and time wasters in their daily activities.  Set goals and objectives and prioritize accordingly.  Identify the time usage profile by completing self-assessment questionnaires. Who should attend? The training workshop is ideally oriented to the project managers who are seeking to utilize their time effectively and improve their work performance. Contents  Why Is Good Time Management Vital to the Project Manager?  Benefits of improving your time management  Time Management Strategies for the Project Manager  Time management tools  Identifying Time Wasters  Delegating Work  How to Make Staff Meetings Work for You  Setting Goals and Priorities  Being Proactive  Action plan
  • 173. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 174 PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers, 1 Day “Facilitation Skills for Project Managers” assists project managers to be effective and interactive while facilitating their groups and to stay focused on accomplishing projects with success. Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Enable Exchange Of Information  Ensure Projects Are Moving Forward  Work Collaboratively To Remove Barriers And Reach Consensus  Run Smoothly Projects and Teams Who should attend? This workshop is ideal for project managers responsible of leading projects, programs or major initiatives. Contents  What is a facilitator?  Facilitator Role Vs. Project Manager Role  The Facilitative Project Manager  Basic Facilitation Skills  The Facilitative Rainbow  Facilitator Influence and Group Behavior  Cross-Cultural: Dynamics and codes  Helpful Attitudes & Values
  • 174. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 175 PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers, 2 Days Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers enables Project Managers to engage in high-stakes conversations and presentations to help their stakeholders see the big picture and persuade them to take action Objectives At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:  Maximize stakeholder comprehension and “buy-in” in all types of situations  Prepare for key conversations and presentations Practice the key techniques and skills necessary to make effective presentations  Develop and demonstrate greater confidence in speaking to a their stakeholders Who should attend? Project Managers who need to be able to make effective oral presentations and to speak persuasively and convincingly to stakeholders Contents  How Good Are Your Presentation Skills?  Effective Communication  Six elements of success in presentations.  Ideas and data organization  Structuring the presentation appropriately  Getting Attention and Keeping Interest  Employing visual aids  Deal constructively with tough or challenging questions  Interact with key stakeholders in a “real” and compelling way.  Techniques for special situations  Group Issues in Oral Presentations
  • 175. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 176 Supply Chain & Logistics Skills for Project Management Team With a strong expertise on purchasing and flow management, you can support your company reaching the requested sky high objectives. A competitive pricing level and guaranteed best money solution can help you to stay ahead of the competition. With a strong Supply Chain, you can react very agile upon the changing demands from both your internal and external customers! However, both walk hand-in-hand with clear synergies or struggles if not done properly. Customers in today’s marketplace expect high quality, low prices, fast turnaround and on-time delivery. To compete successfully, organizations must improve supply chain performance. The expected cross-functionality and the need to communicate very openly do not make life easier, emphasizing the complexity. You could however be well armed by providing your talents proper and adequate Supply Chain & Logistics training. Professionals, who follow Supply Chain management best practices, understand the processes and communicate effectively with other team members, play an increasingly important role in the success of their organizations. The Supply Chain & Logistics Skills for Project Management Teams program launched by CMCS, in collaboration with Saber Middle East, is a comprehensive capacity building program addressing the entire supply chain extending past your internal operations from your suppliers, through your company, to your end customers. This development program covers primary functional areas and technical skills needed by the project management team through a number of topics including:  SC-01. Supply Chain 101: The Basics, 1 Day  SC-02. Supply Chain Management Fundamentals, 3 Days  SC-03. Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain, 2 Days  SC-04. Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics, 3 Days  SC-05. Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices, 3 Days  SC-06. Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement, 2 Days  SC-07. Manufacturing & Operations Management, 3 Days  SC-08. Operations Management: Critical Decisions, 3 Days  SC-09. Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials, 3 Days  SC-10. Warehousing Best Practices, 3 Days  SC-11. Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts, 3 Days  SC-12. Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop, 1 Day  SC-13. Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory Management, 4 Days  SC-14. Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality, 3 days  SC-15. FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service), 2 Days  SC-16. SPEED (Fast & Right Service), 1 Day  SC-17. Remember ME, 1 Day  SC-18. Loyal for Life, 1 Day  SC-19. Lean Six Sigma Overview, 1 Day  SC-20. Lean Six Sigma Champion, 2 Days
  • 176. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 177 SC-01 Supply Chain 101: The Basics, 1 Day Course Objectives The course will cover all of the issues involved in planning, designing and operating highly effective integrated supply chains. The objective of this workshop is to: - Provide professionals with in-depth knowledge about the supply chain concept - Promote global supply chain management to boost productivity and collaboration - Help managers in working to affect lead time, inventory, productivity and the bottom line Course Modules I. Supply Chain Concepts II. Supply Chain Execution Who Should Attend? All project team leaders and members involved in the company’s operations, logistics and support services in order to identify and understand their role as part of the Supply Chain:  Finance managers  Human Resources managers  Quality managers  Brand & Product managers  Production managers  Industrial and Process Engineers  Materials Expediters/Supervisors  Order Schedulers  Supply Chain managers  Logistics managers  Procurement managers  Operations managers  Inventory managers  Warehousing managers  Transport managers  Systems analysts Training Benefits This workshop will allow participants to identify opportunities for achieving tangible results by:  Having comprehensive knowledge of the entire supply chain concepts  Understanding the supply chain processes and streamlining planning with execution  Easiness of planning and control of resources for the different processes  Quick and accurate analysis of problems and their impact on the Supply Chain  Assessment of management and control over inventory  Enhanced evaluation of the supply chain performance Course Content  Supply Chain Concepts  Key Supply Chain Processes  Supply Chain Strategy  Aligning Supply Chain Strategy with Corporate Strategy  Managing the Supply Chain  The SCOR model  Improving the Supply Chain Performance  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 177. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 178 SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals, 3 Days Course Objectives This course focuses on effective planning and management of highly integrated product and information flows from suppliers through the organization to the customer. It provides an in-depth knowledge and practical understanding of all the vital areas across the total supply from planning to execution and control of the operations including feedback loops and capacity considerations. Course Modules This course introduces the Supply Chain and the challenges faced by Supply Chain Management (SCM). Thus, SCM to be efficient should include the following modules: I. Essentials of Supply Chain Management II. Building a Competitive Infrastructure III. Coordinating a Supply Chain Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers involved in administering the company’s operations and logistics in order to add value to the organization’s Supply Chain and impact its performance:  Supply Chain managers  Logistics managers  Procurement managers  Operations managers  Production managers  Inventory managers  Warehousing managers  Transport managers  Quality managers  Brand & Product managers Training Benefits This workshop will allow companies to identify opportunities for cost reduction, optimization and overall supply chain performance enhancement. The course enables the participants to:  Streamline the planning and execution processes  Quickly and accurately analyze the impacts of proposed Supply Chain solutions  Manage external relationships (suppliers and clients) and respond to unplanned events  Improve inventory management and control  Reduce time and eliminate waste through implementing a formal planning  Share valuable information by giving multiple users a single, real-time version of the truth  Improve financial performance across different entities within the supply chain Course Content  Understanding the Supply Chain (SC)  Supply Chain Performance  Supply Chain Drivers and Obstacles  Planning Demand and Supply in a SC  Planning and Managing Inventories in a SC  Transportation & Logistics in a SC  Information Technology in a SC  Coordination in a Supply Chain  E-business and the Supply Chain  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 178. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 179 SC-03 Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain, 2 Days Course Objectives In this course you will learn how to develop a baseline statistical forecast. It covers the essential elements of the demand planning function and different approaches to sales forecasting. Besides, a selection of techniques is covered in detail to provide working knowledge of the commonly used methods for short and medium term forecasting, including S&OP, new products, promotions, MRP (Material Requirements Planning) and DRP (Distribution Resource Planning) methods. Course Modules This course introduces Supply Chain Planning, the challenges faced and the process methods to overcome these challenges. Thus, the modules to be explained include: I. Demand, Sales & Operations Planning II. Requirements Planning Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers involved in planning and administering the company’s operations and logistics in order to add value to the organization and impact its performance:  Supply Chain managers  Logistics managers  Procurement managers  Operations managers  Production managers  Inventory managers Training Benefits Attendees will learn practical concepts and leave the workshop with key takeaways to improve their supply chain planning process. This workshop will illustrate the best practices and allow the participants to be better able to:  Reduce future uncertainties  Improve forecast reliability  Maintain the right inventory levels for demand  Reduce inventory costs and increase customer service levels  Build stability in operations  Reduce investments for safety stocks  Improve production planning  Create a lean and customer centric supply chain  Increase revenues  Accurately forecast revenue and corresponding resource requirements  Simplify promotion planning and cost/benefit analysis Course Content  Demand Planning  Forecasting Methods  Sales and Operations Planning  Material Requirements Planning  Distribution Resources Planning  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 179. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 180 SC-04 Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics, 3 Days The cost and impact of an unplanned disruption is far greater today because companies are only as strong as their supply chains. Both supply chain, finance, and other groups share responsibility for managed risk – but often address risks from different frames of reference. They need to be on the same page. Organizational barriers and uncommon language often prevent business from working together to achieve common goals. Course Objectives In this course, attendees will quickly learn:  Identifying the top internal challenges impeding the development of an effective supply chain risk management strategy  Supply Chain & Logistics Management from a risk perspective  Creating a best practices risk policy and developing an action-plan checklist  Categories of global supply chain management risk challenges, with ways to identify and address those risks  Using quantifying methodologies to determine risk  Saving time and money on costly overlooked risks  Driving risk management activities across supply chain operations  Evaluating, monitoring and responding to all levels of risk: Brand, legal, economic, man-made, natural disasters, product, and operational  Utilizing a framework to address the management and mitigation of supply chain risks Who Should Attend? The risks in your Supply Chain & Logistics affect everyone – Legal, Finance, Risk Management, Budgeting and the Logistics & Supply Chain Management team. If your organization depends on a supply chain for survival and growth, you need to attend this program. Any project leader or manager directly or indirectly involved in the supply chain within an organization is continually at risk for some type of disaster or interruption – that causes a minimum of lost time and money. Loss from inadequate SC & Logistics risk management can be much worse without a common understanding and plan across an organization. Training Benefits  Explore models for managing and planning for uncertainties and risk  Understand key risks that are inherent in SC risk management and how they are interrelated  Learn how to get supply chain and financial managers speaking the same language  Utilize a standard framework to identify and address supply chain risks  Effectively quantify unforeseen risks such as changes in regulatory environments and shifts in customer demand  Learn to embed risk management into daily supply chain & logistics activities  Create a “best practices” policy tailored to your organization  Determine the key stakeholders in each segment of your supply chain and how they can implement their risk management strategies  Review accurate and reliable methodologies to quantify risk  Know how to establish a cross functional supply chain risk team that has an end-to-end focus  Minimize the amount of time, resources and money your organization must expend through mitigation techniques, risk event planning and risk monitoring Course Content  Working with risk & defining it  Review of the Foundational Concepts for Understanding Global Supply Chain Strategy  Today’s Supply Chain & Logistics Challenges  What are the challenges that need to be overcome in strategy formulation or actual occurrence?  Trends affecting the Supply Chain  Changing practices in Logistics
  • 180. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 181  Approaches to Risk Management  SCRM – Supply Chain Risk Management: Definition & Principles  Review of how supply chain professionals currently view supply chain risk  How Do You Identify and Measure Risks in the Supply Chain?  Supply Chain Risk Assessment and Quantification of Risk  Getting Your Organization and Company Focused on Supply Chain Risk  Responding to risks  Formulating a Supply Chain Risk Strategy Framework (An integrated approach)  Creating Resilient Supply Chains  Business Continuity Management  Case Study Discussions  Interactive Team Exercises
  • 181. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 182 SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices, 3 Days Course Objectives As competition increases, companies should start looking at different methods to reduce their costs and achieve savings relevant to their acquisition process. This course equips you with the right tools for sourcing and procurement which are crucial in supply chain management to meet customer demand more efficiently. It explores an integrated approach incorporating spend analysis, strategic sourcing, supplier management as well as procurement optimization. Course Modules I. Procure-to-pay Process II. Sourcing Methodology III. Supplier Relationship Management Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project leaders and team members involved in planning and managing the company’s purchasing categories and inventory:  Supply Chain managers  Procurement managers  Category managers  Purchasing officers  Senior Buyers  Business analysts  Inventory managers  Demand Planners Training Benefits This workshop will allow participants to achieve tangible results in terms of:  Reduction in procurement costs  Purchase price benchmarking  Streamlining of supplier base  Improved negotiation processes  Transformation in procurement strategy  Standardized procurement processes and planning requirements  Optimization of the client service level Course Content  Procurement Concepts and Process  Strategic importance of purchasing and supplier relationships  Procurement planning and Sourcing  Cost-reduction Methodologies and Total Cost of Ownership  Supplier Qualification (Bid Analysis and Supplier Rating System)  Vendor Selection & Management (SLAs – Service Level Agreements)  Negotiation and Contract Management  Supplier Collaboration (Alliances and Partnerships)  Supply Transaction Cycle (Requisitions, Orders, Accounts Payable...)  Supplier Performance Measurement (KPIs, Supplier Scorecard)  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 182. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 183 SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement, 2 Days Course Objectives By the end of the program, participants will be able to:  Develop effective negotiation strategies to meet the procurement needs  Implement those strategies to maximize purchasing value  Discover the appropriate negotiation style for each situation  Handle and deal with complex negotiation situations  Identify supplier strong points and buyer strong points Who Should Attend? This course is designed for project leaders involved in the buying process: Buyers, senior buyers, purchasing managers, other material management personnel and all other company personnel. Course Content  Preparation Strategies  Developing Buyer Needs and Requirements  Understanding the Buyer Position  Understanding the Supplier Position  The Number of Suppliers in the Market  Reducing the Supplier Portfolio to the Critical Few Elements  Forming a Pre-Negotiation Checklist  Forming the Negotiation Strategy  Implementing the Negotiation Strategy  The Best Time to Negotiate  Time is Power in Purchasing and Negotiation  The Best Place to Negotiate  Understanding Supplier Expectations  The 80/20 Rule of Negotiation  Developing a Negotiating Style  Attributes of a Good Negotiator  Developing those Attributes by the Buyer  Types of Questioning Styles  Expressing your Purchasing Needs Effectively  Knowing your Products and Commodities  Active Listening Techniques  Dealing with Complex Negotiations  Single Source Supplier  Win/Win Meets Win/Lose  Backdoor Buying Tactics  Raging Emotions During a Negotiation  Preparing and Conducting Individual and Team Negotiations  Practical Role Plays
  • 183. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 184 SC-07 Manufacturing & Operations Management, 3 Days Course Objectives Learn about the backbone of the supply chain profession. The manufacturing process and operations management involve several production aspects related to capacity management, resource planning, execution and control as well as production scheduling. This course provides an overview of the entire manufacturing process and exposes participants to the basic concepts and techniques used in planning, operating and monitoring the transformation process. How well-organized a firm is at undertaking this transformation process will determine its success. Course Modules I. Production Planning & Resource Requirements II. Manufacturing Process Management III. Manufacturing Operations Management Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in managing all aspects of production for a particular manufacturing plant:  Supply Chain managers  Operations managers  Materials managers  Production managers  Production supervisors  Production schedulers Training Benefits Participants will understand activities and integrate tools that aid in achieving tangible results in:  Exploration of alternative production line scenarios  Making assembly lines more efficient  Decreased lead time to product launch  Diminished work in progress (WIP) inventories  Rapid response to product changes  Reduced cost per unit of production  Enhanced productive efficiency Course Content  Developing a Manufacturing Strategy within the Corporate Strategy  Production Planning & Demand Planning  Sales and Operations Planning  Execution and Control  Capacity Management  Master Scheduling Techniques  Performance Measurement Basics  Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP)  Just-in-Time (JIT)  Total Quality Management (TQM)  Lean & Six Sigma  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 184. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 185 SC-08 Operations Management: Critical Decisions, 3 Days Course Objectives Operations Management is one of the 3 main pillars of any organization! Fine-tuning operations would have the highest impact on a firm’s value. Hence, with this workshop, companies would learn how to gain competitive advantage and boost their performance through:  Identifying the 10 critical decisions for operations management  Providing an overall insight regarding design, operations and productive systems  Contributing to the success of the business by showcasing how to use available resources in order to effectively produce products and services in a way that best satisfies customers Course Modules I. Planning Decisions II. Operating Decisions Who Should Attend? This workshop is directed to project managers and team leaders who are involved in handling & monitoring the operations in the organization:  Supply Chain managers  Operations managers  Factory / Plant managers  Quality officers  Materials managers  Production managers Training Benefits The workshop will allow participants to achieve tangible results in terms of:  More effective utilization of scarce human and material resources  Lower levels of work-in-process inventory  Better responsiveness to customer needs  Reduction of costs of producing products and services  Improving efficiency  Increasing revenue by increasing customer satisfaction through better quality and service  Reduction of investment that is necessary to produce the required type and quantity of products and services by increasing the effective capacity of the operations Course Content The workshop will include key topics about the following decisions:  Design of goods and services  Managing quality  Process and capacity design  Location strategy  Layout strategy  Human resources and job design  Supply Chain Management  Inventory, MRP and JIT  Scheduling  Maintenance  Interactive Exercises & Case Studies
  • 185. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 186 SC-09 Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials, 3 Days Course Objectives Logistics includes various tasks required to get the right goods into the right hands at the right time. This course sheds light on the way the logistics in the supply chain function together, including the transportation process starting from the movement of raw materials to reaching customers. The essentials are vital to understand in order to create maximum value for the customer. Course Modules I. Transportation Options & Services II. Fleet Management & Performance Analysis III. Network Optimization IV. Information Technology in Logistics Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in transport & logistics:  Import / Export professionals  Logistics professionals  Transport / Traffic managers  Distribution managers  Transportation planners  Supply Chain managers  Operations professionals  Inventory managers Training Benefits This workshop will allow participants to achieve tangible results in terms of:  Meeting customers’ requirements and satisfying their demand  Rapid response to changes with high quality in logistics  Minimum variance in matters such as delivery times  Efficient and effective logistics costs  Minimum inventory to reduce expenses  Optimal distribution strategy and network configuration Course Content This area of the supply chain covers a lot of ground topics such as:  Transportation Alternatives  Reasons for Logistics Outsourcing  Score carding and Carrier Evaluation  Logistics Services in the Supply Chain  Fleet Development and Carrier Management  Transportation Costing and Pricing  Transportation Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)  Transport Documentation  Distribution Strategy & Planning  Distribution Network Configuration  Route Planning & Scheduling  Delivery Management  Leveraging Information Technology in Transportation  Interactive Exercises & Games  Case Studies & Success Stories
  • 186. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 187 SC-10 Warehousing Best Practices, 3 Days Course Objectives The workshop is designed to help attendees identify the major features of their Warehouse Operations and reason about finest solutions to problems faced. The objective is to provide professionals with the knowledge and understanding about the required procedures in warehousing and promote global standards and practices to boost productivity under safe & adequate conditions. Besides, the workshop will help in working to affect lead times, manage inventory levels, organize work and align resources to satisfy customer requirements and ensure that products are delivered on time. The result: end-to-end fulfillment from order inception to delivery. Course Modules I. Administrative Best Practices II. Clerical Best Practices III. Distribution Best Practices Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in managing and operating the warehouses and distribution centers:  Supply Chain managers  Warehouse managers  Quality officers  Warehouse supervisors  Store keepers  Warehouse clerks Training Benefits This workshop will allow participants to achieve tangible results in terms of:  Managing design layout and storage capacity  Reducing damages and wastages  Promoting security and safety measures to decrease insurance premiums  Developing perfect order rates by optimizing order fulfillment  Improving shipping accuracy  Increasing labor productivity  Increasing inventory accuracy 99%+ at location level  Reducing operating costs Course Content Within this course, you’ll find topics such as metrics, planning, warehouse design, labor scheduling, and inventory replenishment. The content helps to:  Understand how best practices add value  Learn how to develop standard operating procedures to increase productivity & reliability: o Warehouse Safety, Efficient storage layout & handling, Preservation of materials and equipment, Effective picking systems, Bar coding, etc…  Understand the natural dynamics of warehousing & its changing role  Optimize performance & profitability (Min/Max, Stock-outs, surplus & obsolete/dead stock)  Enhance your warehouse service levels  Highlight the dynamics of distribution  Benchmark your warehouse operations (Key performance indicators)  Promote a responsive customer service and distribution experience
  • 187. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 188 SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts, 3 Days Course Objectives With today’s global supply chains, maintaining the optimal balance between available stock to meet service levels and investment in inventory is a complex trade-off. The workshop is designed to provide attendees with the knowledge about inventory management including lead times, carrying costs of inventory, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory visibility, future inventory price forecasting, physical inventory, available physical space for inventory, quality management, replenishment, returns, defective goods and demand forecasting. This course also explains key performance indicators for inventory: reduction of costs related to holding, ordering, and transporting materials and finished goods at various points along the chain. Course Modules I. Demand Planning & Forecasting II. Inventory Management III. Inventory Models Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in handling inventory:  Inventory managers  Materials managers  Distribution managers  Demand planners  Inventory analysts  Supply Chain managers  Warehouse managers  Operations managers  Procurement managers  Quality managers Training Benefits Due to the fact that inventory represents a large investment, improving inventory management promises a significant boost in ROI (Return on Investment). This course allows participants to:  Better manage inventory in meeting future demand  Cover fluctuations in supply or demand and hedge against price fluctuations  Reduce inventory while maintaining economies of scale  Understand the correlation between demand forecasting and inventory models  Balance among inventory requirements in order to reach optimal inventory levels Course Content This course explains the basic building blocks for the Inventory Management system and Stock Control activities including:  Demand Management  Material Requirements Planning  Sales Forecasting Methods  Forecast Accuracy  Forecasting Cycle  Inventory Management (Functions, Categories, Classification, Costs)  Inventory Cycle (Receiving Process, Inventory Validation Process, Outbound Process)  Inventory Models  Maintaining Inventory Accuracy  Strategies for Inventory Reduction
  • 188. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 189 SC-12 Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop, 1 Day Course Objectives Inventory is the lubricant that keeps a supply chain flexible. Gain practical insight into the complex world of inventory management through a one-day long simulation game and learn the “how-to’s” of inventory stocking, controlling, forecasting and planning for the future without over ordering. Course Modules I. Planning & Forecasting II. Inventory Ordering III. Cycle Counting Who Should Attend? This course is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in handling inventory:  Inventory managers  Materials managers  Distribution managers  Demand planners  Inventory analysts  Supply Chain managers  Warehouse managers  Operations managers  Procurement managers  Quality managers Training Benefits Due to the fact that inventory represents a large investment, improving inventory management promises a significant boost in ROI (Return on Investment). This course allows participants to:  Better manage inventory in meeting future demand  Cover fluctuations in supply or demand and hedge against price fluctuations  Reduce inventory while maintaining economies of scale  Balance among inventory requirements in order to reach optimal inventory levels Workshop Content This workshop simulates real-case scenarios and analyzes the basic building blocks for the Inventory Management and Control activities including:  Demand Planning & Forecasting  Economic Order Quantity Inventory Model  Inventory Ordering (Bullwhip Effect)  Inventory Risk Pooling  Maintaining Inventory Accuracy through: o Inventory Classification (ABC Analysis) o Cycle Counting
  • 189. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 190 SC-13 Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory, 4 Days Program Objectives Companies are constantly trying to find ways to improve their performance. While inventory is considered as the lubricant that keeps a supply chain flexible, warehousing operations are considered a crucial zone where supply chain managers must focus on to gain maximum efficiency for minimum cost. The program is designed to help attendees identify the major features of their Warehouse Operations and reason about finest solutions to problems faced. With today’s global supply chains, maintaining the optimal balance between available stock to meet service levels and investment in inventory is a complex trade-off. The objective is to provide professionals with the knowledge and understanding about the required procedures in warehousing & inventory management and promote global standards and best-in-class practices to boost productivity & collaboration under safe & adequate conditions. Besides, the workshop will help in working to affect lead times, manage inventory levels, organize work and align resources to satisfy customer requirements and optimize fulfillment to ensure that products are delivered on time. The result: end-to-end fulfillment from order inception to delivery. Program Modules I. Investigating Warehouse Operations II. Building Strategic Framework in Inventory Management III. Warehousing & Inventory Best Practices IV. Application: Case Study & Project Simulation Who Should Attend? This program is directed to project managers and team leaders involved in managing materials and operating warehouses and distribution centers:  Inventory managers  Materials managers  Distribution managers  Logistics managers  Demand Planners  Supply Chain managers  Warehouse managers  Operations managers  Procurement managers  Quality managers Training Benefits Due to the fact that warehousing and inventory represent a large investment, the program will allow participants to achieve a significant boost in ROI (Return on Investment) and tangible results in:  Balancing among inventory requirements in order to reach optimal inventory levels  Managing design layout and storage capacity  Reducing damages and wastages  Promoting security and safety measures to decrease insurance premiums  Developing perfect order rates by optimizing order fulfillment  Covering fluctuations in supply or demand and hedging against price fluctuations  Improving shipping accuracy and labor productivity  Increasing inventory accuracy 99%+ at location level  Reducing operating costs while better managing inventory to meet future demand This training session lets managers and professionals walk away with the ability to practice and encourage innovation, empowered with new ideas and increased confidence for improved warehousing through put and enhanced ‘end-to-end’ order visibility that drives service excellence.
  • 190. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 191 Program Content Investigating Warehouse Operations  Materials Handling and management  Receiving and preservation of materials and equipment  Principles of efficient storage layout and handling systems  Natural dynamics of the warehouse & its changing role  Effective picking systems  Safety in the Warehouse  Dynamics of distribution: Loading and Shipping  Building Strategic Framework in Inventory Management  Inventory Management Framework in the Supply Chain  Effective Forecasting & Inventory Planning Systems  The Bullwhip Effect  Inventory Risk Pooling  MRP - Material Resources Planning  DRP - Distribution Requirements Planning  Vital Inventory Models (Economic Order Quantity Model, Just-In-Time Approach...) Warehousing and Inventory Best Practices  Understanding how best practices add value to your organization  Total Quality Management  WMS - Warehouse Management Systems  Optimizing performance and profitability  Inventory Visibility, Classification & Cycle Counting  Inventory Process Cycle  Measuring and Benchmarking Inventory and Warehouse Performance Application: Case Study & Project Simulation A case study will be done on a Warehouse and Inventory Management Operation and SCM management context. The research project includes a situation study in the organization of the learner and provides a platform to share gained knowledge with participants of the program.
  • 191. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 192 SC-14 Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality, 3 Days Course Objectives The workshop is designed to get management emotionally committed to exceptional service and trained to reinforce empowered action and improve performance. Focus is on empowerment, team building, coaching, feedback and strategic positioning. Who Should Attend? Project managers, leaders, and supervisors who want to master the skills critical to nurturing a service culture. Service Champions who want to improve their coaching and reinforcement skills. Course Content  How to define customer service  Eight elements which are essential to good service  Identify gaps between actual and ideal service  Learn how to identify & master service points and empower your people to anticipate and manage flash points  How to make employees “conscious competent”  How to record their “best manager” experiences  Summarize seven principles of feedback  How to create a “mental consolidation” of what was done and why it was effective  How to give negative feedback in a way that gets the employee to cooperate in resolving the non‐performance problem  How to develop a plan for giving feedback to specific employees and a log for tracking results of feedback meetings  How to use empowerment in a changing environment where rules don’t work  Empowerment obstacles and strategies ‐ a technique for reinforcing an employee for taking an empowered action  Develop a strategy for empowering your people  Learn what works in your organization and what gets in the way Participant Package Official package received from the Service Quality Institute (USA) containing:  Participant Manual  “Achieving Excellence through Customer Service” Book  Certificate of completion
  • 192. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 193 SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service), 2 Days Course Objectives This workshop is designed to launch the quality service concepts and create/build commitment throughout the organization. Course topics include self‐esteem, communication, listening, keeping promises and handling difficult situations. The program is also designed for call centers, financial institutions & those in professional environments. Who Should Attend? This workshop is designed for your entire workforce; service professionals, project leaders, and project champions that want to develop and enhance their service skills and attitudes. Course Content  Quality service excellence concept  Why people feel the way they do about a particular company  Significance of quality service  How attitudes are perceived by customers, coworkers, and families  Attitudes toward customer service  Positive and negative communication  Positive feedback  Quality service observer & the consequences of using negative communication  The value of self-esteem in communicating  Demonstrate the use of positive communication  Telephone techniques  The use of listening as positive feedback  Develop familiarity with the “how-to” of performance.  Various types of learning as a tool to deliver positive communication  When it is appropriate to make promises  Know how to handle a variety of problem situations  The problem of too much knowledge  Techniques for changing a dissatisfied customer into a satisfied one Participant Package Official package received from the Service Quality Institute (USA) containing:  Participant Book  Certificate of Accomplishment  Quality Technique Card  Customer Service Performance Standard
  • 193. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 194 SC-16 SPEED (Fast & Right Service), 1 Day Workshop Course Objectives SPEED gives your employees the Speed Mindset and empowerment to produce quick, quality and unexpected turnaround every time. SPEED means dramatically shortening the time it takes to complete any task for customers and co‐workers by: Doing it fast, Doing it now, and Doing it right! Who Should Attend? This workshop is designed for your entire workforce; service professionals, project leaders, and project champions that want to develop and enhance their service skills and attitudes. Course Content  Barriers to Speed  Speed Mindset  Empowerment  Policies, Procedures, and Systems  Techniques and Tools  Accuracy  Keep Promises and Over‐Deliver  SPEED means dramatically shortening the time it takes to complete any task for customers and co‐workers by: Doing it fast, Doing it now, and Doing it right!  Help define ways SPEED can work in your organization to provide exceptional service  Define the internal and external barriers to SPEED  Work with employees to identify the SPEED mindset needed for success  Show the relationship between empowerment and effective use of SPEED  Recognize how your policies and procedures can affect SPEED  Show employees that waiting until the last minute doesn’t leave time to overcome problems  Identify tools and techniques that will create, increase and affect SPEED Participant Package Official package received from the Service Quality Institute (USA) containing:  Participant Book  Certificate of Accomplishment  Quality Technique Card  Customer Service Performance Standard
  • 194. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 195 SC-17 Remember ME, 1 Day Course Objectives A new program designed to get all employees to remember and use your customers’ names. Use Remember Me to gain a competitive advantage and emotionally lock your customers into your organization. This program trains employees to recognize the importance of making customers feel important and cared for – generating an immediate positive reaction that affects the relationship. Who Should Attend? This workshop is designed for your entire workforce; service professionals, project leaders, and project champions that want to develop and enhance their service skills and attitudes. Course Content  Describe the reasons for remembering and using names  Define the customer experience and how customers interpret and react to an employee who remembers them  Briefly discuss how the brain acquires, processes, and stores information  Recognize the important detail you should remember about your customer and your interactions with them  Identify several techniques for remembering and using names and recognizing faces  Learn to utilize proper name etiquette  Understand how remembering your customers’ names can help you defuse problem situations  11 Simple Steps for remembering and using names Participant Package Official package received from the Service Quality Institute (USA) containing:  Participant Book  Certificate of Accomplishment  Quality Technique Card  Customer Service Performance Standard
  • 195. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 196 SC-18 Loyal for Life, 1 Day How to take Unhappy Customers from Hell to Heaven in 60 Seconds or Less! Course Objectives A service recovery and empowerment seminar designed to teach employees how to take unhappy customers from Hell to Heaven in 60 seconds or less. Empowering employees to do what is necessary to save customers and keep them loyal for life. Who Should Attend? This workshop is designed for your entire workforce; service professionals, project leaders, and project champions that want to develop and enhance their service skills and attitudes. Course Content  Getting in the Service Recovery Frame of Mind  A Service Recovery Overview  Putting the Value of the Customer in Perspective  Training is Critical  Training on the Front Line  Taking Responsibility Even When You Are Not To Blame  Empowerment: The Cornerstone of Service Recovery  Service Recovery Models  Service Recovery Examples in Practice  Policies and Procedures  Policies and Procedures in Support of Service Recovery  From Hell to Heaven in 60 Seconds or Less Participant Package Official package received from the Service Quality Institute (USA) containing:  Participant Book  Certificate of Accomplishment  Quality Technique Card  Customer Service Performance Standard
  • 196. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 197 SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview, 1 Day Course Objectives  Communicate using Lean and Six Sigma concepts  Use the concept of a Sigma Level to evaluate the capability of a process or organization  Think about your firm as a collection of processes, with inputs that determine the output  Recognize the five-step D‐M‐A‐I‐C model used to improve processes Course Modules I. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma Who Should Attend? This program is directed to project managers and project leaders who need to maintain speed, stability and accuracy throughout their projects in order to achieve high quality assurance & control. Training Benefits  Improved Customer satisfaction  Improved quality, efficiency and cost of goods sold  Reduced wastes and defects  Financial savings (hard and soft)  Self-sustaining infrastructure  Defined roles and responsibilities  Empower Champions and all employees to make meaningful improvements in performance  Financial tracking (establish, maintain metrics) Course Content  Higher Standards for Higher Performance  Input Determines Output  The Sigma Level  The 99.9% Problem  Calculating the Sigma Level ‐ Toolset  DNA of a Champion  Lean Six Sigma Framework  DMAIC ‐ The Lean Six Sigma Improvement Process  Organizing for Success  Working Relationships  Critical Success Factors  Exercises and Quiz
  • 197. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 198 SC-20 Lean Six Sigma Champion, 2 Days Course Objectives Help you effectively guide and support process improvement teams engaged in a Lean Six Sigma project intended to help your organization perform better. Course Modules I. Introduction to Lean Six Sigma II. Tools for Improvement – Lean Six Sigma Project Management III. Leading teams and leading change Who Should Attend? This program is directed to project managers and project leaders who need to maintain speed, stability and accuracy throughout their projects in order to achieve high quality assurance & control. Training Benefits  Create the mandate for improvement  Provide direction and remove barriers  Achieve financial results and communicate success  Cost Reduction  Improved customer satisfaction and job satisfaction  Improvement in the performance metrics (cycle time and yield defects)  Reduce inventory levels and production costs while improving quality Course Content  Understanding of Lean Six Sigma o Relate Six Sigma concepts to the overall business objective o Think about your work as a process, with inputs that determine the output o Calculate the Sigma Level o Use the five step D‐M‐A‐I‐C model to improve processes  Tools for Improvement – Lean Six Sigma Project Management o Use Value Stream concepts to scope the project landscape o Construct a Process Map o Use a Balanced Scorecard to develop a comprehensive project plan consistent with strategic objectives o Systematically identify projects to close performance gaps o Formulate a plan for project execution o Recognize and manage process/project stakeholders  Leading Teams o Leadership Characteristics o Developing an Effective Team / Improving Team Development o Leading Change
  • 198. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 199 Post Graduate Diploma (PgDiP) in Project Management by the American University of Beirut (AUB) In 2013, the American University of Beirut - Continuing Education Center (AUB- CEC), and in collaboration with CMCS, has launched a post-graduate diploma in Project Management. This unique program will enable CMCS to address the growing needs for corporations and local executives who are keen in understanding project management best practices. The program has different areas of knowledge to meet the needs of the target attendees. As of now, it has 4 specializations: Project Management Office (PMO) and Program Management, Enterprise and Project Risk Management, Engineering Project Controls and Entrepreneurship, NGO and Business Development. The Postgraduate diploma is delivered in an executive education style similar to an EMBA, i.e. 3 days per month including the examination. The courses are designed to be 80% practical and 20% conceptual, thus they include a combination of workshops, discussion groups, case studies, role plays, self reflections and practice sessions. The diploma is made up of 10 courses and a final graduation project, thus 11 components, divided over 2 parts. The first part is the PM Certification which includes 5 common courses for all participants. Afterwards, participants can continue to study for a diploma, focusing on 1 of the 4 specializations. The second part is done by completing 5 focused courses and 1 final graduation project in their chosen specialization. The diploma includes several international certification courses like RMP®, PgMP® and GPM® among others, thus enabling the participants not only to earn the Postgraduate Diploma but also becoming eligible to submit for the certification courses. All courses in the diploma are a 21-contact-hour course, thus the total instructor led courses sum up to 210 contact hours. This is followed by a 50-hour final graduation project making the grand total of hours to earn the diploma to be 260. Courses are delivered either on AUB campus or anywhere around the world upon request of a full cohort. General Certification Courses  Best Practices in Managing Small to Medium Projects  Project Stakeholder Management  Project Leadership/Communication Skills  Project Management in Primavera P6 Client-Server  Practical Approach to managing Mega Projects Enterprise and Project Risk Management Focus Courses  Achieving Risk Management Professional Certification - Project Risk Management  Quantitative Risk Analysis Workshop  Enterprise Risk Management using ISO-31000  Practical Risk Workshop  Elective Course  Project in Risk Management PMO & Program Management Focus Courses  PMO Setup and Implementation  Program Management Professional (PgMP)®  Project Feasibility and Portfolio Prioritization Techniques (Workshop)  Organizational Governance for Enabling Portfolio/Program/Project Management (OPM3)®  Elective Course  Project in Program Management/PMO Governance
  • 199. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 200 Engineering Project Controls Focus Courses  Cost Estimating, Budgeting, and Controlling  Design Project Management  Construction Project Management I&II  FIDIC Conditions of Contract & Claims and Dispute Resolution  Elective Course  Project in Controls Business Development & Entrepreneurship Focus Courses  Project Sponsorship  Project Management for Entrepreneurs  Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP/CCBA)  Project Management for NGOs  Elective Course  Project in Business Development, Organization development or Entrepreneurship Elective Courses  Strategic Project Management for Executives  Green Project Management  Project Lessons Learned  Effective Project Controls for Engineering and Construction Projects  Cost Engineering Certification Course  Earned Value Management (EVP)  Engineering Project Controls  Extension of Time Analysis & Extension of Time Request  Workshop for the preparation of the PMP® certification Exam  Contract Administration and Claim Management  Contracting and Procurement  Effective Submittal Management in Construction Projects  Achieving PSP and PMI-SP® Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling
  • 200. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 201 Post Graduate Diploma (PgDiP) in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Design by the University of Salford If you are interested in efficient multidisciplinary collaboration through the design and construction process with the support of advanced BIM technologies, this is the program for you. It provides the skills and competences to support integrated design and delivery solutions and the coordination of roles and responsibilities for the financial, environmental and social performance of buildings throughout their lifecycle. Students wishing to complete the full Masters of Science need to achieve 120 taught credits, followed by a 60 credits dissertation. The dissertation is delivered via the distance learning mode. Program Structure and Assessment The Masters’ program consists of 3 taught modules and a choice of elective modules to make up a further 30 credits. This is followed by either a Research Methods module and Dissertation or a Design Briefing and Research by Design project. The modules are delivered over a 15 week period. Most modules are assessed through written coursework. Core Modules Design Collaboration and Management of Integrated Projects (30 credits)  Building industry challenges and opportunities  The business value of BIM and integrated design  Design collaboration  Integrated project delivery  Lean design and construction  Lifecycle management and BIM Building Information Modeling Theory and Practice (30 credits)  The concept of BIM  BIM deployment strategies  Design and construction process for BIM  BIM tools in design  Interoperability, IFCs, parametric modeling and BIM  Building information exchange  Data sharing and design integration  BIM, energy efficiency and sustainability Lean Integrated Design and Production (30 credits)  Integrating people, process and technolog  Lean construction/production  Continuous improvement  Process design and implementation  Process mapping analysis  Integrating project life cycles
  • 201. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 202 Optional Modules Advanced Technologies for Collaborative Design (30 credits)  Contemporary techniques in Collaborative Design  CAD/CAM paradigm and mass customization in architectural production  File-to-Factory Processes (e.g. 3D printer and Laser-Cutting technologies)  Fundamentals of BIM and GIS  Collaborative knowledge modeling  Mixed, augmented and virtual reality applications in design Building Performance Simulation & Analysis (15 credits)  Role of design modeling  Environmental and energy modeling software  Simulating building performance  Communicating low carbon building Project Sustainable Design Theory and Practice (15 credits)  Sustainable urban development theory  Sustainable building design  Visioning and sustainability assessment  Sustainable urban design community considerations  Sustainability appraisal  Good practice case studies and examples Then - either Research Methods (15 credits) Prepare students to undertake research at postgraduate level by engaging in good research planning, appraisal of a range of research methods and understanding the importance of ethics and the relevance of this to the research process. And Dissertation (45 credits) This module allows learners to undertake a dissertation on a specific research topic related to the program of study. You will engage in constructive research; empirical, theoretical or doctrinal research; or other types of recognized research whilst applying an ethical approach. Or Design Briefing (15 credits) Provides the opportunity for students to demonstrate good “design research” planning at postgraduate level through the application of recognized design research strategies, techniques, and methodologies as well as how to produce a “design proposal” for research on a specific topic. And Research by Design (45 credits) This module allows students to undertake descriptive and exploratory research in a particular design context by applying recognized “research by design” methodologies and techniques to produce a sustained and logical argument. You will conduct research through design in a particular architectural and/or urban context; plan and propose new design variations and critically evaluate their impact.
  • 202. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 203 Executive Project Assurance Coaching CMCS have partnered with leading Executive Coaching consultancy Coachmatch to provide our clients direct access to the world’s leading executive coaches from the UK, US and around the world. Coachmatch engage only the most experienced and highly qualified Executive Coaches for their select list of clients and bring experience drawn from their role as preferred Executive Coaching partner to many global organizations. Supporting project leaders and teams with Executive Coaching is a highly effective way to transfer learning, knowledge and skills into action and results. Unlike classroom based training, Executive Coaching is able to provide support that addresses the unique real-world situations and challenges leaders and teams face as they put theory into practice. Why Coaching? Frequently, the challenges for project leaders and teams include both technical and non-technical issues. Diverse teams must learn to work together quickly, identify their shared purpose and influence an equally diverse range of stakeholders to ensure delivery. Equally, learning, skills and knowledge must be translated into planning and informed action if the investment in training is to provide real benefit and impact at the bottom line. Executive Coaching is widely used by successful businesses the UK, US and Europe to address these issues. Working with a Coach is an effective way to accelerate teams to high performance and to support key individuals to lead their team, manage stakeholders and achieve successful outcomes. What Coaches achieve for Leaders? Ensuring leaders adapt to new situations and emerging issues, applying learning and delivering effective leadership, ultimately leading to better performance, faster. What Coaches achieve for Teams? New teams working together more effectively, ensuring all team members skills and experience is leveraged, improving communication and engagement and ensuring teams remain “joined up” throughout a project’s lifecycle. When to engage a Coach? We recommend Executive Coaching support is considered whenever a leader is given a new project, takes on a bigger or different role or more responsibility. For teams, consider Executive Coaching when you form a new project team that has not worked together before or when communication and stakeholder management are vital to success. Executive Coaching can also be a powerful complement to other learning, ensuring that this is translated into different behaviors and action when the individual returns to their day to day role. Executive Coaching Packages: We offer fully flexible packages of coaching to meet your needs. For example: • For Leaders: 6 months support, to include monthly face to face meetings at your location and unlimited skype/telephone support between meetings. • For Teams Support a team of 3 or more individuals with 6 months support, including a face to face team event every 8 weeks and monthly telephone or Skype one to one coaching meetings for each participant Knowledge “I know...” Skill “I can...” Action “I do…” Results CCooaacchhiinngg Training
  • 203. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 204 Project Management for Youth CMCS offers Project Management for Youth (PMY) training program that is designed for youth between the ages 15 to 18 years old. The program combines basic project management knowledge and actual practice of project management skills. The program is designed to address six areas of competency that shape youth leadership development efforts: 1. Communication- public speaking/writing, and engaging the participation of others; 2. Teamwork- respecting others, performing roles of both leader and follower, building on strengths, and commitment to free group input and expression; 3. Personal Identity-understanding the relationship between oneself and the community, pride in being a member of a larger group, awareness of areas for self-improvement, taking responsibility for one’s actions and the resulting consequences; 4. Professionalism-demonstrating tactfulness, understanding protocols, appropriate dress and action given appraisal of context, delivering quality work, positively presenting oneself to others; and 5. Project Management-setting goals/developing action steps, meeting facilitation, reflection, distinguishing between one’s interests and community needs 6. Sustainability – Efficient use of natural resources, social and economic impacts. This is a 5-day workshop learning where the youth will be taught project management basic and intermediate practices. The training will cover the following topics: Project Management Terms • Project Management Phases • Statement of Work • Project Charter • Stakeholders • Scope • The P5 Impact: People, Planet, Profit, Process and Product How to Develop the Project Management Plan • Define Scope • Develop Plan • Assess Risks How to Monitor and Control the Execution of Project • Reporting Performance • Managing Changes • Managing Issues • Capturing Lessons Learned Workshops • Understanding Stakeholders • Developing Project Scope • Developing Project Plan • Assessing Assumptions • Reporting Project Performance Program Training Material The program training material is developed by CMCS but aligned with the project management best practices guidelines provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Educational Foundation (PMIEF) as well as Green Project Management® (GPM Global). The PMY is a Green Program The Project Management for Youth (PMY) program has been certified by Green Project Management® (GPM Global) as an accredited sustainability education program in accordance with the UN Global Compact’s Ten Principles of human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption. Upon completion, participants will receive a Green Project Management® Certificate.
  • 204. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 205 Professional Development Accreditation Project Management Institute (PMI®). PMI’s primary goal is to advance the practice, science and profession of project management throughout the world in a conscientious and proactive manner so that organizations everywhere will embrace, value and utilize project management and then attribute their successes to it. It was founded in 1969 by working project managers and has more than 500,000 members and credential holders. Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE®) is the leading-edge professional society for cost engineers, schedulers project managers, and project control specialists. It is the largest organization serving the entire spectrum of cost management professionals. AACE® International is industry independent, and has members in 80 countries and 80 local sections. The Green Project Management (GPM®) certification embodies the commitment of a project management professional to act as an agent of change by managing and directing efforts to maximize sustainability within the project life cycle, improving the construct and delivery of goods and services produced as a project deliverable, and thoroughly considering and accounting for environmental impacts in the project management roles assigned using measurable standards. Green Project Manager (GPM®) certification is the first project management credential for individuals demonstrating competency in delivering projects using sustainable methods. International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) is the independent non- profit professional association serving the growing field of Business Analysis. The mission of IIBA® is to develop and maintain standards for the practice of business analysis and for the certification of its practitioners. The Construction Specifications Institute Construction Education Network (CSI CEN). The CSI CEN is a network of Registered Education Providers offering high-quality education programs to professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industries. Learners use CEN to find courses, earn CEUs, and easily track education credits. Providers list sessions in CEN’s database. Credentialing entities use CEN to ensure that individuals earn appropriate, high-quality continuing education to maintain their licenses and certifications. The ALLPMO Network is the only Project Management Office Certification (PMOC) in the world for PMOs and their staff. They provide free information source to project √professionals that manage today’s complex issues. ALLPMO offers state-of-the-art project management value for anyone practicing project management. ALLPMO also provides consulting services in Project Management, Theory of Constraints and Six Sigma and many more through the ALLPMO Supplier Network to some of the biggest and best-managed companies worldwide. Oracle University As the leader in Oracle Technology training, Oracle University offers extensive training to build the client’s knowledge with a unique curriculum created by the same developers who designed the technology itself. CMCS is Oracle University’s Approved Education Provider and offers Oracle Primavera related trainings and services. International Knowledge Management Institute is the leading provider of Knowledge Management Certification/Training, with thousands certified since 2001 and classes delivered annually in up 15 countries. KM Institute trains and certifies KM Team Members and Personal Knowledge Managers (PKM)™ in the methods and tools that enable individuals and organizations to transform (and substantially improve) human performance in the Knowledge Age. KM Institute also offers free Membership – discounts on training, KM conferences and access to the latest in KM tech solutions.
  • 205. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 206 Training Calendar 2014 Project Management Certification Preparation Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification 3 5/Jan 7/Jan 1,800 24 Dubai KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program 5 5/Jan 9/Jan 4,500 - Dubai BA110 The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) Certification Exam Preparation 3 14/Jan 16/Jan 2,200 25 Dubai P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 15/Jan 16/Jan 1,400 14 Abu Dhabi P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 19/Jan 23/Jan 2,200 35 Dubai P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner 4 20/Jan 23/Jan 4,500 30 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 26-Jan 30-Jan 2,200 35 Kuwait P878 Risk Management Professional (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 4 26/Jan 29/Jan 2,700 30 Dubai LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 3 2/Feb 4/Feb 1,800 24 Dubai P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 3 4/Feb 6/Feb 2,800 21 Dubai P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 9/Feb 13/Feb 3,400 40 Dubai P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 16-Feb 20-Feb 3,400 40 Kuwait P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation 4 16/Feb 19/Feb 3,750 28 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 23/Feb 27/Feb 2,200 35 Abu Dhabi P916 The Certified Associate in Project Management Course (CAPM®) 3 2/Mar 4/Mar 1,300 24 Dubai IT02 IT Project Management 4 2/Mar 5/Mar 2,250 35 Dubai KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program 5 16/Mar 20/Mar 4,500 - Dubai P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 23/Mar 24/Mar 1,400 14 Dubai P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP®) Certification Exam Preparation 2 26/Mar 27/Mar 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi BA110 The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) Certification Exam Preparation 3 1/Apr 3/Apr 2,200 25 Abu Dhabi IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification 3 6/Apr 8/Apr 1,800 24 Abu Dhabi P878 Risk Management Professional (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 4 6/Apr 9/Apr 2,700 30 Abu Dhabi P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 7/Apr 11/Apr 2,200 35 Bangkok
  • 206. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 207 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 13/Apr 17/Apr 3,400 40 Dubai P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner 4 20/Apr 23/Apr 4,500 30 Abu Dhabi P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 20/Apr 24/Apr 2,200 35 Dubai P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 3 27/Apr 29/Apr 2,800 21 Dubai LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 3 4/May 6/May 1,800 24 Abu Dhabi P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation 4 12/May 15/May 3,750 28 Abu Dhabi P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 28/May 29/May 1,400 14 Abu Dhabi KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program 5 1/Jun 5/Jun 4,500 - Abu Dhabi IT02 IT Project Management 4 1/Jun 4/Jun 2,250 35 Abu Dhabi P878 Risk Management Professional (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 4 8/Jun 11/Jun 2,700 30 Dubai P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 15/Jun 19/Jun 3,400 40 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 22/Jun 26/Jun 2,200 35 Abu Dhabi P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP®) Certification Exam Preparation 2 22/Jun 23/Jun 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 3 3/Aug 5/Aug 1,800 24 Dubai BA110 The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) Certification Exam Preparation 3 10/Aug 12/Aug 2,200 25 Abu Dhabi P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner 4 10/Aug 13/Aug 4,500 30 Dubai P878 Risk Management Professional (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 4 11/Aug 14/Aug 2,700 30 Abu Dhabi P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 13/Aug 14/Aug 1,400 14 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 17/Aug 21/Aug 2,200 35 Dubai P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation 4 1/Sep 4/Sep 3,750 28 Dubai IT02 IT Project Management 4 1/Sep 4/Sep 2,250 35 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 7/Sep 11/Sep 2,200 35 Abu Dhabi KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program 5 14/Sep 18/Sep 4,500 - Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 14-Sep 18-Sep 2,200 35 Kuwait P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 21/Sep 25/Sep 3,400 40 Dubai
  • 207. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 208 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 3 28/Sep 30/Sep 2,800 21 Dubai P921 Earned Value Professional (EVP®) Certification Exam Preparation 2 1/Oct 2/Oct 1,800 14 Dubai P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 1/Oct 2/Oct 1,400 14 Abu Dhabi P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 19-Oct 23-Oct 3,400 40 Kuwait P916 The Certified Associate in Project Management Course (CAPM®) 3 19/Oct 21/Oct 1,300 24 Abu Dhabi IT01 ITIL Foundation 2011 Certification 3 20/Oct 22/Oct 1,800 24 Dubai P923 Certified Cost Professional (CCP) Certification Exam Preparation 5 2/Nov 6/Nov 3,400 40 Abu Dhabi LSS01 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 3 2/Nov 4/Nov 1,800 24 Dubai BA110 Certified Business Analysis Professional Course(CBAP) 3 4-Nov 6-Nov 2,200 25 Kuwait BA110 The Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) Certification Exam Preparation 3 4/Nov 6/Nov 2,200 25 Dubai P905 Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 5 9/Nov 13/Nov 2,200 35 Dubai P848 Projects integrating Sustainable Methods (PRiSM) Practitioner 4 17/Nov 20/Nov 4,500 30 Abu Dhabi P980 Program Management Professional (PgMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 3 23/Nov 25/Nov 2,800 21 Abu Dhabi KM401 Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Program 5 7/Dec 11/Dec 4,500 - Abu Dhabi IT02 IT Project Management 4 7/Dec 10/Dec 2,250 35 Dubai P878 Risk Management Professional (RMP®) Certification Exam Preparation 4 8/Dec 11/Dec 2,700 30 Dubai P959 Achieving PSP and PMI-SP Certifications – Project Planning & Scheduling 2 21/Dec 22/Dec 1,400 14 Dubai P851 PMI–ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner) Exam Preparation 4 28/Dec 31/Dec 3,750 28 Abu Dhabi
  • 208. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 209 Project Management Controls Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P833 Earned Value Analysis 1 19-Jan 19-Jan 750 5 Dubai E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 19-Jan 21-Jan 1,100 - Abu Dhabi P850 Extension of Time Request 3 21-Jan 23-Jan 2,200 21 Dubai P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 27-Jan 28-Jan 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 29-Jan 30-Jan 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360 2 2-Feb 3-Feb 1,500 14 Abu Dhabi P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects 3 2-Feb 4-Feb 2,200 10 Dubai P892 Acumen Risk 1 4-Feb 4-Feb 800 5 Abu Dhabi P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 9-Feb 10-Feb 900 10 Dubai P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Power Projects 2 11-Feb 12-Feb 1,800 14 Dubai P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Power Projects 1 13-Feb 13-Feb 1,200 7 Dubai P875 Strategic Project Management Framework for Executives 2 23-Feb 24-Feb 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level) 3 23-Feb 25-Feb 3,000 - Dubai PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level) 2 26-Feb 27-Feb 2,200 - Dubai E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 2-Mar 3-Mar 1,100 - Dubai P850 Extension of Time Request 3 4-Mar 6-Mar 2,200 21 Abu Dhabi P850 Extension of Time Request 3 11-Mar 13-Mar 2,200 21 Kuwait P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft Project 2010 and PMBoK Guide 5th Edition 3 23-Mar 25-Mar 1,400 21 Dubai P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 24-Mar 25-Mar 1,500 10 Dubai P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 26-Mar 27-Mar 1,500 10 Dubai P875 Strategic Project Management Framework for Executives 2 2-Apr 3-Apr 1,800 14 Dubai P833 Earned Value Analysis 1 17-Apr 17-Apr 750 5 Abu Dhabi P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects 3 27-Apr 29-Apr 2,200 10 Abu Dhabi P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 7-May 8-May 900 10 Dubai E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 11-May 12-May 1,100 - Abu Dhabi
  • 209. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 210 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 12-May 13-May 1,500 10 Kuwait P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360 2 13-May 14-May 1,500 14 Dubai P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 14-May 15-May 1,500 10 Kuwait P892 Acumen Risk 1 15-May 15-May 800 5 Dubai P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft Project 2010 and PMBoK Guide 5th Edition 3 18-May 20-May 1,400 21 Abu Dhabi PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level) 3 18-May 20-May 3,000 - Dubai P850 Extension of Time Request 3 20-May 22-May 2,200 21 Dubai PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level) 2 21-May 22-May 2,200 - Dubai E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 21-May 22-May 1,500 - Muscat P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Power Projects 2 25-May 26-May 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Power Projects 1 28-May 28-May 1,200 7 Abu Dhabi P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects 3 1-Jun 3-Jun 2,200 10 Dubai P833 Earned Value Analysis 1 12-Jun 12-Jun 750 5 Dubai P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 16-Jun 17-Jun 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 18-Jun 19-Jun 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 29-Jun 30-Jun 1,100 - Kuwait P833 Earned Value Analysis 1 7-Aug 7-Aug 750 5 Abu Dhabi P907 Project Management in Leadership Skills 3 10-Aug 12-Aug 2,200 21 Kuwait E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 17-Aug 18-Aug 1,100 - Dubai P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 25-Aug 26-Aug 1,500 10 Dubai P850 Extension of Time Request 3 25-Aug 27-Aug 2,200 21 Dubai P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 27-Aug 28-Aug 900 10 Kuwait P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 27-Aug 28-Aug 1,500 10 Dubai P875 Strategic Project Management Framework for Executives 2 7-Sep 8-Sep 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 14-Sep 16-Sep 900 10 Dubai
  • 210. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 211 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P896 Effective Project Controls for Engineering & Construction Projects 3 16-Sep 18-Sep 2,200 10 Dubai P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360 2 21-Sep 22-Sep 1,500 14 Abu Dhabi P892 Acumen Risk 1 23-Sep 23-Sep 800 5 Abu Dhabi P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Power Projects 2 23-Sep 24-Sep 1,800 14 Dubai PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level) 3 23-Sep 25-Sep 3,000 - Abu Dhabi P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Power Projects 1 25-Sep 25-Sep 1,200 7 Dubai PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level) 2 28-Sep 29-Sep 2,200 - Abu Dhabi E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 8-Oct 9-Oct 1,100 - Abu Dhabi P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 8-Oct 9-Oct 900 10 Dubai P720 TILOS Basic Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 19-Oct 20-Oct 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi P850 Extension of Time Request 3 19-Oct 21-Oct 2,200 21 Abu Dhabi P723 TILOS Advanced Course (for Planning and Scheduling Railways, Highway, Roads and Pipelines) 2 21-Oct 22-Oct 1,500 10 Abu Dhabi P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft Project 2010 and PMBoK Guide 5th Edition 3 26-Oct 28-Oct 1,400 21 Dubai P875 Strategic Project Management Framework for Executives 2 2-Nov 3-Nov 1,800 14 Abu Dhabi E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 2-Nov 3-Nov 1,500 - Muscat P833 Earned Value Analysis 1 30-Nov 30-Nov 750 5 Dubai PCE01 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Basic Level) 3 14-Dec 16-Dec 3,000 - Dubai P891 Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360 2 16-Dec 17-Dec 1,500 14 Dubai P850 Extension of Time Request 3 16-Dec 18-Dec 2,200 21 Dubai E206 Configure Primavera Contract Management (PCM) in BI Publisher 2 17-Dec 18-Dec 1,100 - Dubai PCE02 Project Cost Estimation in CostOs 4.0 (Advanced Level) 2 17-Dec 18-Dec 2,200 - Dubai P892 Acumen Risk 1 18-Dec 18-Dec 800 5 Dubai P724 Create and Manage Projects with ASTA Power Projects 2 28-Dec 29-Dec 1,800 14 Dubai P927 Project Management for Everyone – A Non-Technical Approach 2 28-Dec 29-Dec 900 10 Abu Dhabi P725 Resource and Cost Management with ASTA Power Projects 1 30-Dec 30-Dec 1,200 7 Dubai
  • 211. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 212 Oracle University Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 7-Jan 9-Jan 1,320 19.5 Kuwait P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 7/Jan 9/Jan 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 19/Jan 21/Jan 2,220 19.5 Dubai P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM - Web Server) 3 19-Jan 21-Jan 1,995 19.5 Muscat P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 26/Jan 28/Jan 1,320 19.5 Dubai E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 4/Feb 6/Feb 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi 501 Managing Risk in Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 9-Feb 11-Feb 3,200 19.5 Muscat P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 16/Feb 18/Feb 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 4/Mar 6/Mar 1,320 19.5 Dubai 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 9/Mar 11/Mar 2,220 19.5 Abu Dhabi P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 16/Mar 18/Mar 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0 3 16-Mar 18-Mar 1,995 19.5 Muscat 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 25-Mar 27-Mar 2,220 19.5 Kuwait P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 6/Apr 8/Apr 1,320 19.5 Dubai E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 13/Apr 15/Apr 1,320 19.5 Dubai P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 15-Apr 17-Apr 1,320 19.5 Kuwait P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM - Web Server) 3 20-Apr 22-Apr 1,995 19.5 Muscat E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 28-Apr 30-Apr 1,320 19.5 Kuwait 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 4/May 6/May 2,220 19.5 Dubai P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 11/May 13/May 1,320 19.5 Dubai P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 18/May 20/May 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 3/Jun 5/Jun 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 8/Jun 10/Jun 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 15-Jun 17-Jun 1,320 19.5 Kuwait
  • 212. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 213 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0 3 15-Jun 17-Jun 1,995 19.5 Muscat 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 3/Aug 5/Aug 2,220 19.5 Abu Dhabi P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM - Web Server) 3 10-Aug 12-Aug 1,995 19.5 Muscat P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 19/Aug 21/Aug 1,320 19.5 Dubai P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 24/Aug 26/Aug 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 1/Sep 3/Sep 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi 501 Managing Risk in Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 8-Sep 10-Sep 3,200 19.5 Muscat P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 14/Sep 16/Sep 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 19/Oct 21/Oct 2,220 19.5 Dubai E203 Oracle Primavera Contract Management 14.0 3 19-Oct 21-Oct 1,995 19.5 Muscat P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 26/Oct 28/Oct 1,320 19.5 Dubai P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 28/Oct 30/Oct 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 9/Nov 11/Nov 1,320 19.5 Dubai E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 16/Nov 18/Nov 1,320 19.5 Dubai E203 Primavera Contract Management (PCM) 14.0 3 25-Nov 27-Nov 1,320 19.5 Kuwait 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 7/Dec 9/Dec 2,220 19.5 Abu Dhabi P709 Oracle Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM - Web Server) 3 7-Dec 9-Dec 1,995 19.5 Muscat 501 Managing Risk in Primavera Risk Analysis 8.6 (PRA) 3 14-Dec 16-Dec 2,220 19.5 Kuwait P102 Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel.7 3 14/Dec 16/Dec 1,320 19.5 Dubai P709 Primavera P6 Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (EPPM-Web Server) 3 21/Dec 23/Dec 1,320 19.5 Abu Dhabi P712 Primavera P6 Professional Fundamentals Rel 8.3 (PPM-Client Server) 3 28-Dec 30-Dec 1,320 19.5 Kuwait
  • 213. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 214 Essential Project Management Personal Skills Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers 2 5/Jan 6/Jan 800 - Dubai PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence 1 7/Jan 7/Jan 500 - Dubai PS-07 The ability to manage global teams 2 8/Jan 9/Jan 800 - Dubai PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers 3 14/Jan 16/Jan 1,200 - Dubai PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers 1 21/Jan 21/Jan 500 - Dubai PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager 2 22/Jan 23/Jan 800 - Dubai PS-01 Project Leadership Skills For Better Project Results 2 26/Jan 27/Jan 800 - Dubai PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers 1 30/Jan 30/Jan 500 - Dubai PS-06 Cross-functional team management 1 2/Feb 2/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders 3 3/Feb 5/Feb 1,200 - Dubai PS-07 The ability to manage global teams 2 9/Feb 10/Feb 800 - Dubai PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers 1 11/Feb 11/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making 1 13/Feb 13/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills 2 16/Feb 17/Feb 800 - Dubai PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers 1 18/Feb 18/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-05 Project Team Building 2 19/Feb 20/Feb 800 - Dubai PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results 1 23/Feb 23/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-04 Motivating Project Teams 1 25/Feb 25/Feb 500 - Dubai PS-01 Project Leadership Skills For Better Project Results 2 2/Mar 3/Mar 800 - Dubai PS-04 Motivating Project Teams 1 9/Mar 9/Mar 500 - Dubai PS-06 Cross-functional team management 1 11/Mar 11/Mar 500 - Dubai PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager 2 12/Mar 13/Mar 800 - Dubai PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders 2 19/Mar 20/Mar 800 - Dubai PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity 1 23/Mar 23/Mar 500 - Dubai
  • 214. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 215 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City PS-08 Organizational Change Management 2 24/Mar 25/Mar 800 - Dubai PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes 2 30/Mar 31/Mar 800 - Dubai PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams 1 6/Apr 6/Apr 500 - Dubai PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders 3 7/Apr 9/Apr 1,200 - Dubai PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence 1 10/Apr 10/Apr 500 - Dubai PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers 1 13/Apr 13/Apr 500 - Dubai PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes 2 16/Apr 17/Apr 800 - Dubai PS-07 The ability to manage global teams 2 20/Apr 21/Apr 800 - Dubai PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results 1 24/Apr 24/Apr 500 - Dubai PS-08 Organizational Change Management 2 27/Apr 28/Apr 800 - Dubai PS-04 Motivating Project Teams 1 30/Apr 30/Apr 500 - Dubai PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers 1 1/May 1/May 500 - Dubai PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity 1 4/May 4/May 500 - Dubai PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders 2 5/May 6/May 800 - Dubai PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills 2 7/May 8/May 800 - Dubai PS-05 Project Team Building 2 11/May 12/May 800 - Dubai PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes 2 14/May 15/May 800 - Dubai PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders 3 18/May 20/May 1,200 - Dubai PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers 1 22/May 22/May 500 - Dubai PS-07 The ability to manage global teams 2 25/May 26/May 800 - Dubai PS-04 Motivating Project Teams 1 29/May 29/May 500 - Dubai PS-05 Project Team Building 2 1/Jun 2/Jun 800 - Dubai PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams 1 3/Jun 3/Jun 500 - Dubai PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager 2 4/Jun 5/Jun 800 - Dubai
  • 215. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 216 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills 2 8/Jun 9/Jun 800 - Dubai PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers 2 10/Jun 11/Jun 800 - Dubai PS-06 Cross-functional team management 1 12/Jun 12/Jun 500 - Dubai PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers 3 15/Jun 17/Jun 1,200 - Dubai PS-04 Motivating Project Teams 1 18/Jun 18/Jun 500 - Dubai PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making 1 19/Jun 19/Jun 500 - Dubai PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity 1 3/Aug 3/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams 1 6/Aug 6/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers 1 14/Aug 14/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers 1 17/Aug 17/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making 1 19/Aug 19/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders 2 20/Aug 21/Aug 800 - Dubai PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers 1 24/Aug 24/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results 1 28/Aug 28/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence 1 31/Aug 31/Aug 500 - Dubai PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers 3 1/Sep 3/Sep 1,200 - Dubai PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders 3 7/Sep 9/Sep 1,200 - Dubai PS-15 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers: Turn No to Yes 2 10/Sep 11/Sep 800 - Dubai PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers 2 17/Sep 18/Sep 800 - Dubai PS-13 Managing & Dealing with Different Types of Stakeholders 2 21/Sep 22/Sep 800 - Dubai PS-08 Organizational Change Management 2 24/Sep 25/Sep 800 - Dubai PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams 1 30/Sep 30/Sep 500 - Dubai PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers 1 9/Oct 9/Oct 500 - Dubai PS-01 Project Leadership Skills For Better Project Results 2 19/Oct 20/Oct 800 - Dubai
  • 216. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 217 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers 1 21/Oct 21/Oct 500 - Dubai PS-12 Communication with Competence and Confidence 1 2/Nov 2/Nov 500 - Dubai PS-14 The Persuasive Project Manager 2 4/Nov 5/Nov 800 - Dubai PS-05 Project Team Building 2 9/Nov 10/Nov 800 - Dubai PS-20 Time Management for Project Managers 1 12/Nov 12/Nov 500 - Dubai PS-16 Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making 1 25/Nov 25/Nov 500 - Dubai PS-22 Powerful Presentation Skills for Project Mangers 2 26/Nov 27/Nov 800 - Dubai PS-09 Coaching For Better Project Results 1 30/Nov 30/Nov 500 - Dubai PS-08 Organizational Change Management 2 7/Dec 8/Dec 800 - Dubai PS-19 Managing Workplace Diversity 1 9/Dec 9/Dec 500 - Dubai PS-10 Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers 3 14/Dec 16/Dec 1,200 - Dubai PS-01 Project Leadership Skills For Better Project Results 2 17/Dec 18/Dec 800 - Dubai PS-17 Conflict Management Skills for Project Managers 1 21/Dec 21/Dec 500 - Dubai PS-11 Project management Interpersonal Communication Skills 2 22/Dec 23/Dec 800 - Dubai PS-21 Facilitation Skills for Project Managers 1 24/Dec 24/Dec 500 - Dubai PS-06 Cross-functional team management 1 28/Dec 28/Dec 500 - Dubai PS-18 Stress Management Techniques for Project Managers 1 29/Dec 29/Dec 500 - Dubai
  • 217. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 218 Supply Chain and Logistics Skills for Project Management Team Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City SC-01 Supply Chain 101: The Basics 1 12/Jan 12/Jan 1,800 - Dubai SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices 3 14/Jan 16/Jan 3,600 - Dubai SC-08 Operations Management: Critical Decisions 3 19/Jan 21/Jan 3,600 - Dubai SC-12 Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop 1 23/Jan 23/Jan 1,800 - Dubai SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals 3 2/Feb 4/Feb 3,600 - Dubai SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement 2 5/Feb 6/Feb 3,000 - Dubai SC-10 Warehousing Best Practices 3 9/Feb 11/Feb 3,600 - Dubai SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview 1 13/Feb 13/Feb 1,800 - Dubai SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service) ** 2 23/Feb 24/Feb 3,000 - Dubai SC-14 Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality ** 3 25/Feb 27/Feb 3,600 - Dubai SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts 3 2/Mar 4/Mar 3,600 - Dubai SC-03 Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain 2 5/Mar 6/Mar 3,000 - Dubai SC-09 Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials 3 16/Mar 18/Mar 3,600 - Dubai SC-20 Lean Six Sigma Champion 2 19/Mar 20/Mar 3,000 - Dubai SC-04 Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics 3 23/Mar 25/Mar 3,600 - Dubai SC-16 SPEED (Fast & Right Service) 1 26/Mar 26/Mar 1,800 - Dubai SC-17 Remember ME 1 27/Mar 27/Mar 1,800 - Dubai SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices 3 6/Apr 8/Apr 3,600 - Dubai SC-01 Supply Chain 101: The Basics 1 10/Apr 10/Apr 1,800 - Dubai SC-07 Manufacturing & Operations Management 3 13/Apr 15/Apr 3,600 - Dubai SC-18 Loyal for Life 1 17/Apr 17/Apr 1,800 - Dubai SC-13 Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory Management 4 27/Apr 30/Apr 4,200 - Dubai SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview 1 1/May 1/May 1,800 - Dubai SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals 3 4/May 6/May 3,600 - Dubai
  • 218. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 219 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement 2 7/May 8/May 3,000 - Dubai SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service) ** 2 18/May 19/May 3,000 - Dubai SC-14 Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality ** 3 20/May 22/May 3,600 - Dubai SC-10 Warehousing Best Practices 3 25/May 27/May 3,600 - Dubai SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts 3 8/Jun 10/Jun 3,600 - Dubai SC-03 Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain 2 11/Jun 12/Jun 3,000 - Dubai SC-09 Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials 3 15/Jun 17/Jun 3,600 - Dubai SC-20 Lean Six Sigma Champion 2 18/Jun 19/Jun 3,000 - Dubai SC-04 Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics 3 22/Jun 24/Jun 3,600 - Dubai SC-16 SPEED (Fast & Right Service) 1 25/Jun 25/Jun 1,800 - Dubai SC-17 Remember ME 1 26/Jun 26/Jun 1,800 - Dubai SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices 3 3/Aug 5/Aug 3,600 - Dubai SC-01 Supply Chain 101: The Basics 1 6/Aug 6/Aug 1,800 - Dubai SC-12 Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop 1 7/Aug 7/Aug 1,800 - Dubai SC-08 Operations Management: Critical Decisions 3 10/Aug 12/Aug 3,600 - Dubai SC-18 Loyal for Life 1 14/Aug 14/Aug 1,800 - Dubai SC-13 Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory Management 4 24/Aug 27/Aug 4,200 - Dubai SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview 1 31/Aug 31/Aug 1,800 - Dubai SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals 3 2/Sep 4/Sep 3,600 - Dubai SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement 2 14/Sep 15/Sep 3,000 - Dubai SC-10 Warehousing Best Practices 3 16/Sep 18/Sep 3,600 - Dubai SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service) ** 2 21/Sep 22/Sep 3,000 - Dubai SC-14 Leading Empowered Teams for Service Quality ** 3 23/Sep 25/Sep 3,600 - Dubai SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts 3 28/Sep 30/Sep 3,600 - Dubai
  • 219. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 220 Course ID Course Title Days From To Fees US $ PMI PDU's City SC-03 Advanced Concepts in Supply Chain 2 1/Oct 2/Oct 3,000 - Dubai SC-09 Logistics & Transportation Management Essentials 3 19/Oct 21/Oct 3,600 - Dubai SC-20 Lean Six Sigma Champion 2 22/Oct 23/Oct 3,000 - Dubai SC-17 Remember ME 1 26/Oct 26/Oct 1,800 - Dubai SC-16 SPEED (Fast & Right Service) 1 27/Oct 27/Oct 1,800 - Dubai SC-04 Risk Management in Supply Chain & Logistics 3 28/Oct 30/Oct 3,600 - Dubai SC-05 Procurement & Sourcing Best Practices 3 9/Nov 11/Nov 3,600 - Dubai SC-01 Supply Chain 101: The Basics 1 12/Nov 12/Nov 1,800 - Dubai SC-12 Inventory Management: Simulation Workshop 1 13/Nov 13/Nov 1,800 - Dubai SC-07 Manufacturing & Operations Management 3 16/Nov 18/Nov 3,600 - Dubai SC-18 Loyal for Life 1 19/Nov 19/Nov 1,800 - Dubai SC-19 Lean Six Sigma Overview 1 20/Nov 20/Nov 1,800 - Dubai SC-13 Advanced Excellence Program on Warehouse & Inventory Management 4 23/Nov 26/Nov 4,200 - Dubai SC-02 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals 3 7/Dec 9/Dec 3,600 - Dubai SC-06 Negotiation Skills for Better Procurement 2 10/Dec 11/Dec 3,000 - Dubai SC-11 Stock Control & Inventory Management: Nuts and Bolts 3 14/Dec 16/Dec 3,600 - Dubai SC-15 FEELINGS for Professionals (Quality Service) ** 2 17/Dec 18/Dec 3,000 - Dubai
  • 220. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 221 CMCS Faculty Bassam Samman PMP, EVP, PSP, GPM is CMCS CEO and Founder is thoroughly experienced in complete Project Portfolio Management including project management control systems, computerized PCS Software, risk analysis, site management, claims analysis and prevention and alternative dispute resolution. He has 33 years experience in Project Management Consultancy. Bassam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Kuwait University and a Masters Degree in Engineering and Administration from George Washington University and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a certified Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP), Earned Value Professional (EVP) and Green Project Manager (GPM). He has attended the Harvard Business School (HBS) executive management program in 2013, 2012 and 2011, and the London Business School (LBS) executive management program in 2013, 2009 and 2008. Syed Ali Hasan PMP, PSP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, Prince2 Practitioner holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from PSG College of Technology. He is certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP), Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP), Prince 2 Practitioner and Certified Active Risk Manager (ARM). He is also certified in all the Oracle Primavera Products, Cost Estimating Nomitech CostOS, US Cost Success Estimator, Project Management and collaboration software PMWEB, Cost management software ARES PRISM G2. He is thoroughly experienced in complete project management including project management control systems, computerized project control software, risk analysis/management (contingency planning), design and supervision, training and business development. As a certified Oracle Primavera Instructor and Consultant, he is responsible in providing training and implementation of the tools in specific to the Maintenance and Turnaround sector, Construction industry and Information Technology sectors. He has 21 years’ experience in Project Management Consultancy. He is the Director professional services in CMCS across all Branch offices where CMCS operates. Saadi Adra PhDc, EVP, PMP, PgMP, RMP, SP, PMI -OPM3 Professional, MPM, CIPM, PMOC, Project+, CDIA, is General Manager for CMCS Lebanon SAL and Manager for Professional Services for CMCS Dubai, UAE. He is also the PMO director of CMCS across branches. With 20 years experience in Strategy, Management Consultancy and Tactical Management, he has developed Methodologies for Portfolio, Project, Procurement, and Risk; he has managed the initiation of PMOs and has performed OPM3 Assessments and Quality Improvement Plans for several organizations. Mr. Adra has worked on managing tens of projects in the Middle East, has developed business plans, and has managed change effectively across the organizations he has worked with. He possesses real-life experience in the domains of Holding, Engineering, Construction, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure, Document Management Systems, Web Portals, System Integration, E-Government, Industrial Automation, Human Resources, Health Information Systems, Higher Education Systems, and Quality Management Systems. Saadi also has a proven track record in the development and delivery of tens of courses to managers and executives. He has recently been invited to speak at two international conferences on Earned Value Management and Governance in Lisbon, Portugal, and Valencia, Spain to audiences of Governance, Earned Value, and Project Control experts. Eng. Saadi Adra has also spoken in professional conferences in Amman and Casablanca about several topics, including risk management, portfolio and program management, the management of multiple vendors, and OPM3 assessments and standards. Fayzah Al-Habib CMCS Saudi Managing Partner has 30 years solid experience spanning contract administration, information technology solutions, and capital project process improvements that improve cost and schedule performance as well as overall value. She has strong leadership skills for a capital project-type environment and a deep knowledge of Saudi Aramco’s capital project delivery processes and the development of capital project support tasks, including Risk Management process, Interface Management, Lessons Learned, Value Practices Management and Construction productivity. In addition, she has strong verbal and written English/Arabic communication skills and strong presentation skills with a thorough understanding of audiences, levels of communication and purpose. Ms. Al-Habib has presented twice at the Construction Industry Institute (CII) conferences in Reno/Nevada and Baltimore/ Maryland- USA the Lessons Learned /Pitfall Prevention tool and Planning for Startup tool . She took part of the special training of Saudi Aramco Leadership Forum, Bahrain (2006) and Saudi Aramco Management Development Program, Washington, DC (2006). She has a BS degree in Civil Engineering, United Kingdom and a Consultant Engineer # 95885 certified by the Saudi Council of Engineers. Rania Khawaja PMP is a General Manager for CMCS – Jordan and a Senior Project Management Consultant with over 14 years of experience in providing project management consultancy services to large number of institutions in diverse sectors such as construction, industrial, governmental and NGO's Starting from contract administration back ground, she progressed to project management control systems, resource management, risk management, procurement and contract management as well as extensive experience in scheduling and preparation of Master Development Plan, planning and project controls procedures, scheduling of tendering program, detailed scheduling including resources loading and cash flow. Recorded achievements in projects' time management include timely completion of complex projects despite the tedious coordination between different vendors. She also has an immense experience in preparation of extension of time claims as well as the analysis and defense of claims to a high rate of success. Additionally, she has trained and mentored many junior engineers and carried out customized in-house Primavera Project Planner training for several institutions. She has not only successfully completed the international Entrepreneurs and Enterprise Development Program but also wins the business creation first prize for this program. Dr. Ahmed Awad, PhD, MSc, BSc, AEA, MSCL, MASA, MSPS, PMIM CMCS Egypt Managing Partner is a management consultant with 20 years experience involved in the most iconic projects in different industries at Asia, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. His experience and expertise are in strategic planning and management, feasibility study, economic evaluation and analysis, project finance, project planning and management, risk management, cost analysis, and forensic delay analysis. He has also worked in R&D for many years and had published his work on project management, economics, project finance, sustainable development, and large-scale construction projects. He has PhD, University of Nottingham, UK, (2005) “Project Finance of a Large Scale Construction Project and its Interactions with Macroeconomic Indicators and Policies”, MSc, Civil Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt, (1995) and BSc. Civil Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt, (1990). Mohamad Boukhari PhDc, PMP, PMI-RMP, CDIA, ITM, Manager-Professional Services, has a proven track record in carrying out complex projects, developing and implementing PMOs, and in providing business solutions and development. Mohamad has trained hundreds of professionals in project and risk management at the American University of Beirut CEC and prime regional companies. He is certified Project Management Professional and Project Risk Manager from PMI, ARM Certified from Active Risk, and CDIA Certified from CompTIA. He holds Postgraduate Degree in Information Technology Management from University of Sunderland and a BS in Political and Administrative Sciences from the Lebanese University. Walstan Dsouza PMP, PMI-SP, CCC is Manager for Professional Services with CMCS. He has ten years of experience within the project management and
  • 221. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 222 engineering industries with the last seven years focused on EPM Consultancy. Walstan is an expert in Primavera Project Management and offers outstanding talents in providing enterprise project management solutions using project management tools; planning and implementation of EPM Solutions; optimization of limited and shared resources; integration with other accounting and enterprise systems; customization of reports and creating bespoke training packages. He is also certified as an Active Risk Manager. Samah Kamel PMP, MCTS, PMOC, ARM conducts Project Management training sessions including PMP and CAPM Exam Preparation Courses, Project Management for everyone (a non-technical approach), and other Project Management related courses. She is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in managing projects. She is a graduate from Al Alson - Ain Shams University in Egypt 1995. Samah has more than 15 years of experience in office management, project management, training, sales and customer service gained by working in reputable organizations such as MobNil, Cadburry Schweppes and Servcorp. Munzer Baddar PMP, PMI-RMP, AVS, QMS Lead Auditor is a professional Project Manager, Risk Manager, Value Engineer and a Quality Management Systems consultant with over 12 years of experience in a diversified industry. He has been associated with renowned multinational organizations in a range of disciplines. His hands-on industry experience, education and professional certifications have set him apart from the crowd and made him highly sought after. His experience includes working for Saudi Aramco’s GES contractors as a process auditor and a project management consultant. Mr. Baddar’s key areas of focus include Quality Assurance & Control Consulting, QMS Auditing, Project, Risk, and Construction Management, as well as Value Engineering for Industrial and Infrastructure projects. Furthermore, Mr. Baddar is actively involved in training and development. It is his passionate style of facilitation that attendees always speak highly of him. His seminars and workshops are remembered and talked about long after they are delivered. He is a frequent speaker at Project Management Institute’s Arabian Gulf Chapter and has conducted several technical presentations about performing effective project audits. Equipped with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Concordia University, Montreal, fluent in English, French and Arabic, and armed with four professional certifications, Mr. Baddar is a highly self- motivated and an enthusiastic individual with a strong affinity to enhance productivity and increase project value. Madhu Krishnan is the Technical Support Manager. A senior technical consultant with over 10 years of experience in application/database programming and success in architecture planning, designing, building, implementing and supporting production environments of Oracle Primavera Applications, Active Risk Management Solutions and other Project Management & Cost Control Solutions in enterprise environment data centres and for government data centres. Middleware experience includes setting up of Oracle Weblogic Application Server 10g/11g with the deployment of various J2EE applications. He started his career with application programming based on Object Oriented Analysis/Design and later turned into a technical consultant. Mr. Krishnan is now heading the Technical Support Division of CMCS and provides technical consultation and support for all Primavera products and will be responsible for handling inbound customer calls and troubleshooting technical issues with regards to the product. He has core knowledge in various software development languages, databases and is an expert in report designs using Crystal Reports, Infomaker, Oracle BI Publisher and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. His experience includes developing various client/server, intranet and internet based applications and has thorough knowledge in SDLC. He holds a Masters in Computer Applications and Bachelors degree in Mathematics. Oussama Ajouz CAPM, MCTS holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management form Lebanese American University. He is certified in Oracle Primavera Products – P6. He is also a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) from (PMI) project management institute, in addition to Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2010. Oussama has participated in Proof of Concepts and implementing business solutions, in addition to providing consultation and training in Oracle Primavera P6 for leading regional organizations like K&A, Greenstone, Order of Engineer Beirut, Alfa and many others. Afif Tabsh PMP, CBAP is a Consultant for CMCS Lebanon, Professional Services, specialized in providing project management services and training in AUB, for NGOs and Entrepreneurs. He has more than 6 years experience in managing multiple projects and programs in NGOs both locally and internationally. Tabsh serves as a Board Member of numerous NGOs and has been given several awards and recognitions for leadership in NGOs and for his work with Social Enterprises. He has delivered project management training courses at AUB – CEC. Tabsh is a holder of a BS in Computer Science from the American University of Beirut and is a Certified Project Management Professional from Project Management Institute in the US. Bilal M. El Itani MBA, PMP, MCTS holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management Information Systems (MIS) from the Lebanese American University and a Master of Business Administration from the same university. He is PMP certified with 3 years experience. He is also certified in MS Project 2010 and Primavera EPPM presales. Bilal provided Proof of Concepts presentations in Primavera Contract Management and participated in Project Management methodology development for leading regional organizations like Exterran, AEC, and Alfa. Mohammad A. Sabbouh PMP, CAPM is a senior consultant -Professional Services at CMCS and Hard Dollar Product Manager. He customizes and delivers courses, and workshops in estimating, budgeting, and cost control. Also, provides implementation services and training in Oracle Primavera and Hard Dollar. He has experience in developing Project Management Offices, and project management methodology, including workflows, documenting processes and customizing templates for real estate sector, gas sector, IT sector and government sector.Mr. Sabbouh delivers project management training at the American University of Beirut – CEC, and the Order of Engineers and Architects of Beirut. In addition to his role as a product manager for the leading project cost management solution, Hard Dollar, where he manages international accounts and leads business solution implementations. Participated in implementing project management solutions for leading regional organizations like CAT group, BUTEC, Projacs, Lebanese Order of Engineers, ESER, NESMA, American University of Beirut, Exterran etc.. He holds a BS in Management Information Systems, PMI PMP - Project Management Professional, PMI CAPM- Certified Associate in Project Management, Hard Dollar Sales Certified, Hard Dollar Certified Trainer, Hard Dollar Certified Consultant, Active Risk Manager Certified Trainer, and Primavera Authorized Trainer from Oracle University. Taha Naji PMP, Project+ is a Consultant in the Professional Services function for CMCS. He has 6 years experience in Project Management Consultancy, with a 5 year emphasis on managing contracts using Primavera Contract Management (PCM), and planning and controlling projects using Primavera P6. He coordinated Project and Procurement management procedures implementation at Souria Holding (Damascus 2007, 2008) and Oracle Primavera Systems Implementation at Khatib & Alami (Beirut 2008, 2009) and implemented PCM at K&A for their project “King Abdullah Financial District”. Taha has provided training and consultancy services to many national and international organizations such as: Qatar: Public Works Authority, QAFCO, QP, Rasgas, Qatargas, Redco, Alaqaria, KEO, NICC. UAE: ADCO, Abu Dhabi Municipality, American University of Sharja. KSA: National Guard Health Affairs, Saudi Bin Ladin Group, EWAAN. Algeria: National Society for Electricity and Gas. Tunisia: 3G-Consult. Libya: Privatization and Investment Board.
  • 222. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 223 Lebanon: Khatib & Alami, Matelec. Syria: the Syrian Consulting Bureau, Souria Holding, BEMO Bank, Sweidy Cables, Syriatel. UN Organizations: UNDP, UNIFIL. Intl. Organizations: USAID, IREX Europe, Foundation for Future. In November 2008 PMI Lebanon Chapter delegated him to introduce PMBOK® Fourth Edition to Lebanese professionals and PMP holders. Taha develops and delivers professional training in the fields of project management, leadership and new media. He has developed and contributed in developing curricula and training materials in the topics of Project, Risk and Contract Management in English, French and Arabic. Owais Ahmed Patel MBA, ITIL, PMP, PRINCE2 Practitioner is the Professional Services Manager for CMCS. He is an established entrepreneur with expertise in business consulting, technology implementation, and professional training/mentoring. His decade long experience includes Business Analysis, Operations Management, IT Strategy, Quality, Program and Project Management. He holds a MBA from the Indian School of Business Management and Administration. He is certified in Oracle Primavera products – P6 and PCM as a authorized trainer and implementation specialist. His qualifications also include Project Management Professional (PMP), PRINCE2 Practitioner, ITIL Foundation as well as in Strategic Quality Management. His past roles include Senior Consultant, IT / ERP Project Manager, Business Consultant, Quality & Process Analyst and an ISO 9001& 27001 Lead Auditor. He is adept in Lifecycle Management for Project Management (PMLC), Software Development (SDLC) and Business Process (BPLM). He has a proven track record for establishing Program / Project Management Office (PMO), deployment of corporate and project governance frameworks, Process (Re) Engineering, EFQM Business Excellence Model, PRINCE2 methodology adoption and some of his major software application expertise include: Oracle Primavera P6, Primavera Contract Management, P6 Analytics, Oracle Business Intelligence and Microsoft products viz. MS SharePoint, MS Visio and MS Project. His industry exposure ranges across Management Consulting, Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Information Technology, Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC), Real Estate, Government, Financial Services, Transportation (Fleet Management, Road, Rail) sectors. Ahmed M. Ghazy PMP holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from 10th of Ramadan University. He is certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from PMI.Also he is a certified trainer from Oracle University for Primavera solutions. He is thoroughly experienced in complete Project Management including project management control systems, computerized PCS Software, site management. He has over 14 years experience in Project Management Consultancy. Sudhir Acharya MSc is a senior consultant at CMCS with 5 years experience in Oracle Primavera Project Consultancy, Implementation & training Services. He was involved in major Govt/Semi- Government EPPM implementation In UAE, for past 5 years from Initiation to Close-out phase. He is thoroughly experienced in various management fields including Enterprise/project management control systems, computerized Contract/Document control software, risk analysis/management, design, supervision, training and business development. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Information System from University of East London (UK) & has more than 5 years’ experience in IT and Enterprise management consultancy. Satish Chandrasekar is a Professional Service consultant at CMCS with 2 years of experience in Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Management consultancy, Implementation & training services. He is thoroughly experienced in various management fields including Enterprise/project management control systems, computerized Contract/Document control software, and design, supervision, training and business development. He was the Project team lead for successful implementation of primavera EPPM at CPCL Chennai, Nippon signals Chennai, and also he has provided solution for Engineering Drawing and document Management Methodology for clients like Aquatherm Engineering India, Amber Groups India. He has worked as a liaison among business stakeholders to understand business problems and opportunities in the context of requirements and recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals in EPPM and also in Drawing and Document management. He has experience in providing Trainings in PSP, PMI-SP, Oracle Primavera EPPM P6 Release 7.0, 8.1, 8.2 Basic/Fundamentals and Advanced as well as experience in providing project Planning & Management consultant & Drawing and Document management solution for reputed companies like Triveni Turbine Ltd, ITS (Texmaco Ltd), Chennai Metro Rail, Amber Groups of India, Nalco India, C Dot, Aquertherm, Kongan Railways (KRCL), Chennai petroleum Corporation Limited, Nippon signals, Holcim. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration & Degree in Bachelor of Information Technology. Mona Kardoost PMP, MSP is a Senior Project Management Consultant with more than 10 years experience of IT management and project management in North America, Europe and Middle East. She is an Instructor / Consultant for all Primavera products and is responsible for training and implementation of the tools specific to Information Technology sectors and government sectors in the Middle East. She has been the Project Manager to many of the Primavera implementations done in the UAE government and semi-government organizations including Dubai Holding, Dubai World Trade Centre, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (DU), and Road and Transport Authority (RTA). She is currently a Ph.D. student at the Quebec University of Montreal, Canada, holding a Masters degree in Intelligent Systems from Dauphine University of Paris, France and Bachelor of Computer Engineering from Amirkabir University of Tehran, Iran. In 2004, she published “Towards a Semantic Web Site for an Academic Department” in Montreal, also “Electronic Document Annotation Based on Ontology and Semantic Web” in ACFAS 2005 Canada. Radhia Benalia PhDc, PMP She has received intensive quality control training with the Government of Canada, and has also worked in quality control within the federal government. Radhia has developed varied training tools related to communication skills with PSC – Federal Government Canada. She later developed leadership development workshops and seminars. As her dedication and soft skills spilled over other aspects of her life, Radhia was chosen as the candidate with party in office for Provincial Elections in British Columbia; she has also ran for Provincial Parliament in 2009 elections. Ms. Benalia has audited several PMO projects for companies like Exterran EPC Gas Manufacturer/Operator and Alfa Telecommunications. Radhia is now pursuing a PhD in Program and Project Management with the University of Skema, France. Ziad El Dana CAPM holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the American University of Beirut and is currently earning his Master's in Engineering Management from the same university. His current project tasks include PMO setup and roll out, processes development improvement and administration of Project management information systems. Ziad is a Certified Associate in Project Management –CAPM- from the Project Management Institute and has a solid experience in the field of construction management. Parthiban Sekar holds Bachelor’s degree in Production Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology, Anna University. He has 10 years of experience in project management field of which 4 years in Middle East playing key role in handling vertical transportation landmark projects and also experienced in handling industrial projects. As a Professional Services Consultant, he is responsible in providing training, support & implementation of Primavera EPPM. K V Krishna Prasad holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from JNTU Hyderabad, he has 4+ years of professional experience in supplying and
  • 223. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 224 implementing Primavera in industries like railways & State Electricity Boards. Field of exposure is mostly to provide Primavera Support activities from requirement collection to final implementation, Onsite supports for Project Planning and Portfolio management in Primavera, Managing Service Operations with focus on implementing policies and procedures as well as developing and streamlining systems in Primavera. He having working experience in Project Management Software - Oracle Primavera P6, Microsoft projects, TILOS Contract Management Software - Oracle Primavera Contract Management, databases - Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server. P.V.S. Gokulakrishnan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tagore Engineering College .Overall 7 years experienced in Oil & Gas Industry at Project Management Field, Project Controls by using Primavera Software for Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) Project, Shutdown & Plant Maintenance Project. 6 Months exp in Modern Transportation Metrorail Project . Hands-on experience to defining and Implementing the Project Planning, Scheduling & Monitoring, Bill of Quantity calculation, Progress, Productivity & Reporting, Cash Flow & Earned Value Analysis system. Extensive experience in Engineering, Procurement, Construction Sequence of activities in Process Plant , Manpower Planning, Material, Tools & Equipment Mobilization Plan. Skilled Knowledge in as Design basis, Process design, Equipment basic design, Plant Layout, Plot Plan, P & ID,EFD, Hydraulic design, Detailed Engineering, HAZOP engineering & Construction activities .Practical background for deployment of Project Contract Agreements & Technical Specifications of Engineering & Construction processes for small, medium and ultra-large scale projects. Excellent people interaction skills developed through few years of Coordination with Client & Sub contractors, Engineering & Construction development teams through their migration to new technologies. M.R. Ravi holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Karunya Institute of Technology and Masters Diploma in PPM from CAD Centre. Has overall 9 years of Project Planning & Engineering consulting experience in Thermal Power Plants and Bulk Material Handling Plants E&C Projects. Also provide training service in Primavera Project Management Tool. Gowtham Sundararajan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Vel Tech Multi tech Engineering College. He is a certified Oracle Pre sales Specialist in Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management & Primavera Contract Management. He has experience in Implementing Primavera P6 EPPM and Providing Training for various industries. He has a good knowledge on various project management tools like Primavera P6 EPPM, Primavera Contract Management, Acumen Fuse. He is a certified Oracle Industry specialist in Engineering & construction, Oil & Gas. Eswarsha holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Priyadarshini engineering college and Master diploma in PPM from CADD CENTRE. He has overall Three and half years of project planning and Engineering consulting experience in E&C project. He delivers training and implementation in primavera project management tool. Joel Carboni IPMA-B® GPM® MPM® CIPM® PMe® is the President and founder of GPM Global (Green Project Management®), a project management professional development organization focused on decoupling socio- environmental degradation and economic vitality. He has over 15 years’ experience in project and program management having worked in both the private and public sectors for organizations such as Accenture, Chase, BMO Harris Bank, municipal and county government. Joel is the architect of the PRiSM™ project delivery methodology and author of training programs on Green Project Management® that are currently offered in over sixty countries, He published his first book in 2013 “The GPM Reference Guide to Sustainability in Project Management, which is available in English, Spanish and Dutch. He serves as the Vice President for the ASAPM or International Project Management Association’s US Member Association is a track director for the IPMA World Congress 2013 in Croatia, is a member of the PMI Northeast Indiana Chapter, and serves on the Executive Board for a regional science center. Joel is an Eagle Scout (91’) and a graduate of Ball State University (97’) where he was the first to earn a Bachelor’s degree from the School of Science and Humanities for Japanese Language. He has been recognized for his work with to promote peace, culture and education around the world as the recipient of both the Humanitarian awards from the SGI-USA and the BSGI award from Soka Brazil. Douglas Weidner was one of only a few, true pioneering KM practitioners since KM’s earliest days. He has been a respected KM consultant, trainer, columnist, speaker and now mentor. Prior to becoming Chairman of the International Knowledge Management Institute (KM Institute™) in 2004, he co- founded the first KM professional society, founded its initial DC-based Chapter in 1998, and co-taught its KM certification program (1999 – 2000). In 1995, he was one of the first KM practitioners to actually have a KM title: Chief Knowledge Engineer for Northrop Grumman. As a KM consultant and Sr. Technical Fellow, he provided Northrop Grumman's KM innovations to clients worldwide, including KM training, assessment/planning, design, and implementation (1995 - 2001). But, he’s been directly involved in KM since he designed the “KBase Tool” while working at a US DoD think tank (1992 - 1995). Douglas developed the internationally acclaimed Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) and Master CKM Certification Programs in 1999 – 2001, based on his actual KM consulting and training experiences. In 2001, he was a co-founder and the Executive Director of the KMPro® Learning Center (2001-4), where he provided their KM certification program thru 2004. Recently, he developed the interactive video KM Awareness Series™ for enterprise site licensing as part of the requisite change management awareness campaign, which is now recognized as an essential for KM success. He has consulted and mentored the World Bank (1996), the UN (1999 – 2000), NASA (2000 – 2001), the World Health Organization (2004), the Islamic Development Bank (2008), the Inter- American Development Bank (2009), and many other government agencies and commercial firms. He has trained, certified and advised KM leaders in most every U.S. Government Agency and all major U.S. military services and joint combatant commands. Dr. Sean Regan has 30 years of experience in planning, scheduling, estimating, cost engineering, contracts and Total Quality Management (TQM). He has been involved in project controls and home office controls systems and worked as Project Controls Supervisor, Project Controls Manager, Superintendent, Contract Administrator and Project Manager. He has a proven record of excellence and dedication to achieving goals for project team and client in execution of Project Management and Controls. Extensive experience in field and office environment in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and the Former Soviet Union while responsible for implementing Project Management and Construction Control systems for facilities, telecommunications, power, and petrochemical projects. He is familiar with DCAA/FAR, IMF, World Bank, EBRD, and Asian Bank polices and tendering. Dr. Regan has extensive background in Project Management Software: Oracle Primavera P3, 6.0 and Risk Analyzer, Kildrummy Cost Manager, Meridian Prolog, Acumen Fuse, Ares Prism, Mc2 and Cleopatra Estimating software, Timberline, MS Project, and Visio. John Hovell, PMP, CKM as a leader in the convergence of Knowledge Management (KM) and business strategy, BAE Systems' manager of Learning Operations and Technology is a practitioner, speaker, and author in KM strategy and methods. Previously, John was part of a team that won the prestigious NOVA award, Lockheed Martin’s top recognition award for accomplishments related to knowledge management. Additionally, he was instrumental in the creation and execution of the enterprise KM strategy for ManTech International Corporation. John volunteers as the corporate lead for an annual STEMmerday event where thousands of participants engage in
  • 224. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 225 science, technology, engineering and math related learning activities. John is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Training Industry Quarterly e- magazine and serves on the Board of Advisors for Synergy Development and Training. In 2009, he was honored by Training Magazine as one of the "Top Young Trainers" after being honored in 2008 as one of the top “Young Trainers to Watch.” In 2007, he earned his CKM certification from the KM Institute and his Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) in 2005. He earned his master’s degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA. Jane Maliszewski, CKM has more than 20 years experience leading, managing, and supporting complex change, IT, and KM initiatives, including the Defense Business Systems Modernization, Defense Business Initiatives Council, Army KM, and various programs to transform civilian and military education and effective IT management. Jane retired from the U.S. Army as a Colonel where she served as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, and Division Chief for Business Transformation for the Department of the Army (CIO/G6). As a consultant, she has worked with commercial and government organizations to create strategies and action plans for initiating change and improving knowledge retention, workforce development, and service delivery.Jane has an MBA and a Master of Arts in Strategic Studies. She is a graduate of the Georgetown University Change Leadership Executive Certificate program, the Villanova University Lean Six Sigma Foundation program, Zach Wahl has more than 15 years of experience leading programs in the knowledge and information management space. He has worked with more than 200 public and private organizations to successfully design and implement information management systems, including content management, collaboration, social computing, search, taxonomy management, intranets and knowledge bases, and web. Mr. Wahl has developed his own taxonomy design methodology, has authored a series of courses on knowledge management, and is a frequent speaker and trainer on the subjects of information governance, web strategy, and taxonomy design. His experience includes projects for a broad spectrum of clients, ranging from Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Defense (DoD), and Department of Energy (DOE). He also has extensive experience in the private sector and internationally with institutions including the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Nike, Marriott, Scottish Qualifications Authority, and UK Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Zach originated the concept and development process for the Business Taxonomy. He developed a workshop methodology allowing organizations to use their own business leaders and content owners to design taxonomies, ensuring ultimate buy-in and taxonomy that truly reflects the business. Mr. Wahl has personally facilitated a myriad of these workshops around the world. Zach has served on the board of the Washington DC Knowledge Management Institute and as the Chairman of the Institute for International Research (IIR) Enterprise Web, Portals, and Collaborative Technologies conference. B.A. Dickinson College, Carlisle PA. Jim Hayden, PMP, CSM, CEO and Founder of Agile Polaris, Jim is a United States Air Force Academy graduate. The discipline, teamwork, communication, intense planning, organizational coordination and the ability to “observe and adapt” vital for successful execution in combat he learned flying fighter aircraft in the US Air Force are the foundation of what he brings to businesses today. Besides holding a Bachelor of Science from USAFA, Jim has a Master of Aeronautical Science from Embry - Riddle Aeronautical University and a Masters Certificate in Project Management from the George Washington University’s School of Business. He is both a Project Management Professional (PMP)® and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). Jim belongs to both the Project Management Institute (PMI)® and the Scrum Alliance. Dr. Rachad Baroudi, Ph.D. is a leading international consultant in the USA, Canada, and the Gulf region with 20-years experience in organizational development, strategic planning, and performance management. In the USA, he started working with the private sector as a consultant for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Institute and as a chief auditor for Holiday Inn Corporation, followed by aerospace industry, where he worked for world- leaders in this field, Aeroquip Corporation and Array Systems. In Canada, he worked with Honda of Canada Manufacturing for eight years by refining their planning and performance capabilities. Also, he helped developing short- and long-term strategic plans for Honda of North America and was an active participant in cascading these plans by using Balanced Scorecards methodology. In MENA region, he worked in the organization development field with nationally-owned oil and gas corporations. Later, he moved to central government level where he assisted more than 30 UAE government agencies and departments in developing their strategic plans and performance management frameworks. Dr. Rachad Baroudi is the author of two books; “KPI Mega Library: 17,000 Key Performance Indicators” (An Amazon Best Seller) and “Strategy Planning & Execution from A to Z” Henrique Moura PMP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-ACP® is a project management professional with experience as project manager, trainer and consultant. Over the last 13 years he has managed 26 projects crossing industries such as IT, automobile manufacturing and ship repairing. He often managed complex projects with large implementation teams, multiple vendors and budgets over 10M€. As a project manager trainer, he delivered over 3500 hours of training in Portugal, Brazil, France, Spain, Germany and Oman. In 2012 he was a speaker in the PMI® international congress in Marseille with a presentation on "dealing with troubled projects", and a speaker in the PMI® Portugal congress. In 2011 he was a key note speaker for the Project Management Institute - Portugal Chapter conference. He has worked for PMI® as an evaluator for the 2011 Project Management Literature Award - PMI® David I. Cleland. He was also a member of the team developing PMBOK 5th edition and the Standard for Program Management – 2nd Edition. David Galea is a certified public accountant with extensive experience in business change transformations and process improvement in the private and public sector spanning across process improvement, performance management and organizational effectiveness initiatives. Throughout his career, David has acted as a management consultant with a Big Four firm as well as with the office of the Prime Minister of Malta. David also held senior management roles as Head of Strategy and Knowledge Management with Malta Enterprise and Financial Control General Manager with Air Malta plc. Steven C. Rollins, MBA, PMP, PMOC, Chief Project Strategist for ALLPMO Network Inc., providing global consultative solutions and services for businesses in developing and implementing organizational governance processes, program and project rescues, and executive mentoring for project delivery solutions leading to bottom line improvement. Steve is a noted global subject matter expert in Project and Program Management, Project Fraud Management, Portfolio Management, and Performance Measurement. Steve is well known and noted for his unique and distinct methods in developing and implementing PMOs and related project delivery best practice processes to achieve best program and project delivery time frames. Steve is recognized as a world-class subject matter expert in PMOs, organizational governance and execution management best practice processes. Steve has studied under the late Dr. Edward Deming in 1989 at Florida Power and Light and through the Disciples of Dr. Ely Goldratt, creator of the Theory of Constraints. Steve has taught thousands of people world-wide from India, to Europe, to South America to North America in person and all over the world live and through the internet in finding custom solutions to assist their business project needs. Niladri Choudhuri is CEO and Founder of Xellentro Consulting Services LLP. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from St. Xaviers College, Kolkata
  • 225. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 226 University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with specialization in Operation Research. He has a vast experience of implementing Project and Portfolio Management processes in various industries. He is an EPM Solutions Practice Leader ; Provided PMO implementation services for Manufacturing organization, Banks, Energy and Utility companies, etc. He has managed alliances with Oracle, HP, Microsoft, CA, Planview for PPM products. He has managed multiple support projects and DW projects for large companies in Japan, Bangladesh, Czech Republic, USA and Europe. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Management of Portfolio (MoP from APMG), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, COBIT5 Foundation, and ITIL Foundation. Lorena Perdomo GPM® is Green Project Management subject matter expert and founder of Avanza Project and Business Coaching - Spain, a consulting firm specializing in project management, coaching and team building. Avanza is a GPM Global Training Provider, Project Management Institute (REP®) and serves as the official training sponsor of PMI Madrid. She is a Professor associated in the teaching of the Master in Project Management at the Catholic University of San Antonio and Murcia University, located in Murcia, Spain. An advocate for sustainability, she is a regular speaker and recently have presented at the International Best Practices in Project Management Congress I and II in Seville, Spain as well as the Coaching and Leadership Congress II in Barcelona, Spain. Co-founder of AECOFAM (Spanish Association of Family Coaching) which design programs for personal growth and talent development. She is a consultant on implementation of assessments and diagnosis of maturity in Project Management in Mexico. Lorena has more than 15 years experience in sales negotiation with multinational companies i.e. has worked 10 years in the banking industry in companies such as BBVA and Citi as sales manager of financial products. Lorraine holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the Iberoamerican University. Assil Rehawi is an experienced trainer specialized in Soft Skills who has been providing tailor made Arabic and English training workshops through training providers and direct to customers at all levels / In-company and public workshops for more than 12 years. She holds Master of Management Degree from The Catholic University of Lyon and certified of Achievement in IPM and Facilitator Training Workshop v.2.0 from The Human Network Workshop Provided By: Cisco Systems, Inc. She is Career Ahead 2009 Certified with Appreciation - University Of Wollongong - Career Development Center and Business Acceleration Instructor from Cisco Systems, Inc. and Prime Selling Concepts. Assil worked in training centers in the GCC and Lebanon where she succeeded at creating and executing strategies, and implementing business changes that drive significant top-line revenue growth and bottom-line profits. She worked for Grant Thornton (GT) Audit and consulting firm –Lebanon as External Auditor for the Public and Private Sectors where she audited Banks, National Investments, Car rentals, and Real-estate companies as well prepared Business Plans and feasibility studies Ahmed Saleh Mokhtar, MSc, RCE, PMP®, PMI-RMP® is a Senior Project Management Consultant, a registered Consulting Engineer (RCE) for Project Management and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®) with a 28- year service record providing project management services to public and private sector organizations in Egypt, Germany, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. He is thoroughly experienced in complete project management including feasibility studies, project selection and evaluation, project constructability and financing review, project management control systems, project/program management office setup and development, developing portfolio / program/project level processes, procedures, templates and forms, contract administration, claims analysis/prevention, risk analysis/management (contingency planning), design, supervision, and business development. Dr. Sadegh Yazdani has 23 years experience in Oil & Gas and petrochemical projects and is the managing director of Dione Oil Co. Partner of Nomitech for developing of cost models in CostOs 4.0 with five years of experience in Nomitech CostOs 4.0 development, Implementation & training services. He was the Project team leader for successful implementation of CostOs 4.0 in 6 projects, and also he has provided solution for Cost Estimation using online database on cost and creating cost models. He’s Experience in providing Trainings in projects Cost Estimation, project Cost Management, Project Financing, Project Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation, Hookup and Commissioning. He also has special ten years experience on oil & Gas and petrochemical projects feasibility analysis, Risk analysis, Sensitivity analysis, value engineering and financial engineering. He holds a PHD degree on Energy Management, Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering & Degree in Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Saravana Bhavan ‘SB’ is a Veteran in Oracle Industry known for his cross domain Subject Matter Experience in Oracle EBS technology, Oracle Fusion Middleware stack, cross Integration and Business Intelligence. SB is currently heading the Deliver for SAPCLE Technologies,). SB’s unparalleled knowledge of Oracle Technology, integration and infrastructure helps drive simple-to-use designs that contribute to his continued market leadership. SB has more than 20 years of experience in Consulting and implementation, with a Majority of time focused on Oracle Technology and Enterprise Application Services. SB has traveled across the globe and executed more than 30 end to end projects. SB holds a Bsc Degree from Madras University and Msc Masters from Annamali University. Ammar Baidas PMP, PgMP, CCNA is a passionate, creative and pragmatic trainer, coach and consultant with 14 years experience in managing projects and programs also he has technical, training, and consultancy experiences. He began his career as a field engineer for Ericsson Company, became Maintenance Support & Key Accounts Projects Coordinator. After that he becomes project manager in NGHA and currently he is program manager in AEC. In this function he was part of the national project team to manage telecommunication and IT projects to improve organization capabilities and provide new services to the end-users. He was responsible for launching PMO model for effective management of program and projects; moreover he carried many training programs for technical and management aspects.Mr. Baidas was selected from PMI to participate in developing the Program Management Professional Examination Content Outline, also his contribution has been acknowledged by PMI for standards of portfolio, program, and project. Furthermore Mr. Baidas has been accepted to be one of the evaluator for submissions for PMI Eric Jenett Project Management Excellence Award. Haitham Foda is Data warehousing & Oracle Business intelligence Consultant and Trainer with solid expertise in Relational (ROLAP) & Multi-Dimensional (MOLAP) Data Modeling Technologies, Tools & Concepts. He has been implementing Oracle BI Technologies for more than 7 years. He got expertise in developing Analytics & Dashboards for various industries as Telecom, Banking, Logistics and Oil & Gas Industries. Haitham is a gifted Trainer & Instructor with outstanding coaching & presentation skills. He has 11+ years’ experience in IT, 7+ years Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Consultancy, 35+ BI and EPM Courses, Business Intelligence (BI) & Data warehouse Modeling , Design & ETL Expertise, Complete Software Life Cycle (SLC) for Many project service various Industries, Analytical & Operational Reporting Consulting Experience, ROLAP, MOLAP and Data Modeling Hands-On Expertise, 6+ years OBIEE+ and BI Publisher Techno/Functional Consultancy, Full Cycle OBIEE Experience, 10+ OBIEE 11g and 10 g Courses delivered (Repositories & Dashboards), 10+ BI Apps Boot Camp among others. Eddy Abou Chakra, Head of Practice at LUCID for Strategy & Management Consulting, joined LUCID in 2004 and now leads LUCID's Strategy & Management Consulting Department, which helps our clients solve their toughest strategic and management problems in an innovative and practical manner. In his capacity as the leader of the Strategy & Management Consulting
  • 226. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 227 practice, Edy overseas a broad scope of services including strategy formulation and testing, strategy execution and management and organizational design and transformation. Prior to joining LUCID Edy held various positions in international Audit firms and lead the IS Audit function at the 5th largest international Audit firm. During his 18 years’ experience, he served many industries including banking, FMCG, Real Estate, Hospitality, healthcare, aviation and Oil & Gas. Eddy holds a BA in Business Administration and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA – ISACA), certified Balanced Scorecard Master Professional (BSMP – George Washington University), and Certified E-business Consultant (CEC – ICECC). Frank R. Parth, MS, MSSM, MBA, PMP has 35 years+ experience in engineering, project, and program management. He is an international speaker and published author, some of his books “Business Driven PMO Success Stories and Enterprise Portfolio Management”. He was a director at PMI Board during 2010 -2012. Rodney Turner, PhD has several titles as professor of project management at SKEMA Business School, Lille, France , adjunct professor at the University of Technology Sydney, and the Kemmy Business School, Limerick,he is also editor of the International Journal for Project Management and author and editor of sixteen books, including the Handbook of Project-based Management, the best-selling book published by McGraw-Hill, and the Gower Handbook of Project Management. Alfonso Bucero, MSc, PhD C., PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI Fellow is a professor at University of Wisconsin (Platteville), Architects School in Madrid (Spain) and La Salle Business School (Barcelona). He is a PMI mentor region 8th South- West (2010-2014). He earned the PMI Fellow in 2011 and the PMI distinguished contribution award in 2010. He was also a speaker in several PMI EMEA congresses; Sponsor, Founder and Former President of PMI Barcelona (2003- 2004) and founder and 2nd President of PMI Madrid (2008-2010). Americo Pinto, PMP, PhD c. has 15 years+ experience in implementing and operating PMOs, he is a professor at the most important Universities of Latin America. He was a speaker at more than 80 conferences and meetings in United States, Latin America and Europe in the last ten years. He is an author of two project management books and contributed to many others. He earned the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award 2011 and was Vice President of PMI Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Chapter 2002. Carlos Colón Riollano, PhD, PMP, OPM3P, PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, MCTS, CQIA, CCMM, DAWIA has 20+ years experienced project/program and portfolio manager. He was the First Latin-American to become PMI Certified OPM3 Assessor/Consultant.He is a Mentor of the Dominican Republic potential development group for a PMI chapter. He was also the speaker at PMI PR Annual Symposium about OPM3 in 2012 and the speaker at PMI Colombia Congress about OPM3 & Organizational Culture in 2011. He presented a paper at the PMI 2008 Global Congress and was the founding member and former Vice-president of PMI PR Chapter 1998 – 1999. Muhammad Ehsan Khan, PhD, PgMP, PMP, MCT, MCITP EPM has 14 years+ of core experience in the field of project management. He has PhD in Strategy, Program and Project Management from France. He is the originator of contingent Governance Framework for Projects and Programs and he is also the winner of international awards in the field of project management. Mohamad was a speaker at PMI EMEA 2012 – PMI Student Paper of the Year Award (EMEA) in 2012. Graziella Abi Fares has 20 years+ Design and Project Management experience in consultancy, Architecture and Interior design. She earned DAS (Diploma of Advanced Studies) in Project Management from HEC University de Genève in 2012 and IPMA-D (International Project Management Association) Certificate in April 2012. Grazielle has Diploma des Etudes Supérieures en Architecture de l'ALBA 1992. Ibrahim Kebbe, PhD has 20 years+ experience in corporate training and academic development and PhD in Systems and Information Engineering (Hokkaido University, 1999). He is a senior researcher in Management Sciences and Metaheuristics and a speaker at PMI-Lebanese Chapter and Lebanese Management. Ibrahim developed the Management Information System Department at the Lebanese American University of Beirut and the Faculty of Administrative Sciences at Global University in Beirut and oversaw its accreditation. Nigel L Williams, PhD, Prince 2, PMP has 17 years+ experience in Project Management Practice, Education and Research. He is the founder Green PB and international Presenter. Nigel is the editor of the journal of Project, Program and Portfolio Management and special Issue on organizational Project Management. He has a community chair for the PMI organizational Project Management Community of Practice and he is a Contributor to the standard of OPM3 (2012-2013) and APM BOK Version 5. Michel Thiry, PhD, FAPM, PMI Fellow has 35 years+ worldwide professional experience in many cultural environments. He has worldwide authority in applications of project, program and value at strategic level. He supported the development and implementation of a number of strategic programs for large multinational organizations worldwide, using agile and change concepts. He is regular Keynote Speaker for major International events and internationally recognized author and speaker .Michel is the author of two best-selling books and multiple book chapters and articles. He was a PMI Fellow in 2006. Khaled Khan, PhD, PMP has 25+ years of experience in Program/Project Management and Policy development and has PhD in Strategy, Program and Project Management from (SKEMA- Previously ESC LILLE). He held senior government positions in portfolio/program/project management roles. Khaled was the sponsor and founding President of PMI Lahore Chapter (2004-2012) and Contributor, PMI Standard for Portfolio Management 2007. He is also in core team member for PMI PMBOK 5th Edition 2012. Akram Hassan PhD, OPM3 Professional, MBA, RMP, PMP, CIArb, CESCE, CECC has 20 years+ Experience in Design, Construction and Project Management and PhD in Civil Engineering, MBA in e-Company from ABET University, USA. He is associate Professor at National Research Center and Presenter in PMI OPM Community of Practice, Agile Community of Practice, troubled projects Community of Practice. Akram is also an OPM3 certified assessor. Ron Basu, PhD is a visiting Professor at SKEMA Business School, France and Co- author of numerous books including ‘Quality Beyond Six Sigma’, author of ‘Measuring e-Business Performance’ , ‘Implementing Quality’ , ‘Implementing Six Sigma & Lean’ , ‘FIT SIGMA’ , ‘Managing Project Supply Chains’ & ‘Managing Project Quality’ . He is an international speaker in numerous Symposia, Conferences & Seminars on Project Management, Six Sigma, Manufacturing, and Supply Chain topics. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Institute of Business consultancy, Association for Project Management, and Chartered Quality Institute. He was the winner of APM Project Management Award. Jose Pinto, MIS, PMP, PM3 has 20+ years of experience in project, program and general management. He is involved in the development of small companies and published several papers, on Project Management and Balanced Scorecard. He is the Founder and Finance Director of the PMI Portugal Chapter and he was the Keynote Speaker for major international events related to PMI. Joe Mansour has 25+ years of experience in Project Management, planning and controls and has an extensive experience in fields of Construction,
  • 227. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 228 Infrastructure, Oil and Gas. He was a keynote Speaker in numerous events including those directed to Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, among others. Rizwan Amin Sheikh, PhD has 20+ years of professional experience in various management positions. He has received a his PhD in Strategic, Project and Program Management from (SKEMA Business School –Previously ESC LILLE). He is a Professor, Associate Dean, and Director MBA Program at Karachi School for Business & Leadership (KSBL). Youmni Jrab,PHD has 22+ years of experience in the Middle East. He is in process of continuing his PhD in Project Management at (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University / RMIT).Youmni is the Head of Business Development & Marketing at a real estate development company and is a real estate consultant. He has experience within a multinational and multicultural environment. He is Professional in market surveys, feasibility studies, and population & cultural studies. Ibrahim Dani has 28+ years of experience in IT, Business and Projects, Program and Relationship Management, he managed multiple projects and programs ranging from 3 to 24+ months, with multimillion US Dollars budgets, and with multicultural teams with various team sizes including internal and vendor resources. He is also experienced project/program management trainer. Ibrahim is the Abu Dhabi Local Councilor of the MBA course Exploring the International Business Environment at Strathclyde Business School in (Glasgow, UK). He was also the international Speaker in PMI EMEA Global Congress, PMI Lebanon Chapter, Operational Excellence Society of Abu Dhabi among others. Gerhad Tekes OPM3P, PMP, PMI-RMP, Dipl-Inf, WirtschaftsIng.has 30+ years of Project and Program Management experience, 7 years of OPM experience and OPM3 Assessment based Improvement Project experience, and 9 years lecturing at MBA classes. Gehad is OPM3 certified Professional and PMI credentialed Course Provider and Instructor. He is also an International Presenter and seasoned professional in multiple industries. David Warley, PPF, APMP got major wins for several customers in international infrastructure procurements. He was Elected Fellow of the APMP in 2011.He Developed and deployed the use of P3M3® assessment for the diagnosis of organizational project management maturity and delivered assessments in UK and UAE. David also delivered formal APMP certification training to candidates in UK, Germany, USA and India. Tarek Attia Bayoumy PhD has 20 years experience in Academic teaching & Applied Research, he has PhD in Construction Engineering and Project Management from North Carolina State University, USA. He spent 12 Years in Program and Project Management Consulting. He also has experience in developing engineering codes and specifications. Tarek is an international Presenter for Project Management Topics, PMO Director in Makkah Municipality, Saudi Arabia and assistant professor in national Building & Housing Research Center in Cairo, Egypt. Jim Emerick is a President of Choinque LLC. He provided numerous values- based strategic management, technology leadership and leadership immersion training. He affiliated to Leadership Academy; he is the trustee at Academy at the Lakes Private School and Leadership Coach at Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo. Andy Murray, MAPM, PPM.RC,C Dir, MIoD has trained more than 200 people on applying the Project, Programme and Portfolio Management Maturity Model (P3M3®) and developed maturity modeling services and products and applied them to assess organizations like the UK MOD, Transport for London, The Royal Parks, and dolphin Energy. He led the authoring team that developed the acclaimed update to PRINCE2 and the London Council’s adoption of their Program Management Approach (PMA). Andy has incorporated IOD best practices to close the gap between Program Assurance and corporate governance and assessed the program management capability of the 2012 Olympic Games program on behalf of the National Audit Office. Nick Taylor, CIT FFTA AFA ATT MIoD is the author of BM3 Bid Management Maturity Model a structured approach to identifying, prioritizing and managing investments in business development performance improvement and the author of The Financial Investigations Manual – Crown Agents. He was the leader of major Infrastructure Component Bid for London 2012 Olympics Park. Nick provided development of tendering capability for £500m value UK power. He was part of the negotiation of CTRL Stations suite of Agreements. He also delivered the S226 Due Diligence project for Rail track Privatization. Gilbert Doumit has 20 years of experience consulting on human systems and organizational development for multinationals, governments and international organizations in the MENA Region. He had trained more than 20,000 business and public leaders. He is an entrepreneur who started multiple business startups and non-for-profit endeavors. He is the founder and the manager of BRDI Group, Founding and Senior Partner of Beyond Consulting & Training. Gilbert is also the founding board member of: Injaz Lebanon, Society for Social Entrepreneurship, Nahwa Al-Muwatiniya, Nabad: the Social Entrepreneurship Incubator. In 2008 he got the world fellow at Yale University. Alexander Rodrigues, Eng PhD PMP has 22+ years of experience in Project and Program management. He is the founder president of the PMI Portugal chapter, PM Ambassador in Portugal (PM Forum) international and PMI Component Mentor for Central and Northern Europe. He is also the contributor to the 3rd edition of the PMBOK Guide®, PMI EVM Practice Standard & the OPM3® model for organizational maturity assessment. MOHAB ANIS, PhD, MBA, PEng has 15+ years experience in technology and innovation management, PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Waterloo and MBA in Innovation Management from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is professor at the American University in Cairo and adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo. He is a seasoned professional and an international presenter. He is the managing director of Innovety. Mohab is a certified consultant, A.T. Kearney House of Innovation. Apostolos (Tolis) Chat zisymeon, PE, MSc, Mech. currently is the CEO and co- founder of Nomitech Ltd, 2007 – 2013.He designed Build Construction Company Owner (3M Turnover), 2005 -2007.He was planning manager at Balfour Beatty UK, 2003- 2004 and project manager at Athena SA now owned by J&P, 2001 – 2003.
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  • 230. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 231 Selected Clients List PUBLIC SECTOR Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) - (Ex SCADIA) Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) Abu Dhabi Center for Housing & Service Facilities Devt. Abu Dhabi Department of Civil Service Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) Abu Dhabi Executive Council Abu Dhabi General Services (Musanada) Abu Dhabi Municipality - Department of Municipal Affairs Abu Dhabi Police Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC) Al Ain Municipality Al Ain Zoo & Aquarium-Public Institution Amanat Makkah ASHGHAL - Public Works Authority Court of Crown Prince- Bahrain Court of Crown Prince- Oman Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) - Engineering Projects Department of Civil Service - Abu Dhabi Department of Finance - Abu Dhabi Department of Transport (DoT) - Abu Dhabi Doha Asian Games Organising Committee (DAGOC) Dubai Courts Dubai Municipality Dubai Ports Authority Environmental Agency - Abu Dhabi Etihad Union Railway Executive Council - Abu Dhabi Finance Department - Government of Sharjah General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) - KSA General Authority for Roads, Bridges and Land Transport - Egypt General Department of Administration & Financial General Dept. of Technical Affairs General Secretariat for Development Planning (GDSP) Government of Qatar Iraqi Government/ Parsons+CH2M HILL Kerala State Housing Board LibanPost The General Board For Investment Promotion & Privatization Affairs, Libya Ministry of Agriculture - Lebanon Ministry of Communications and Information Ministry of Defense Ministry of Economy - UAE Ministry of Education - KSA Ministry of Finance - Department of Land Registry and Cadastre (DLRC)- Lebanon Ministry of Housing Ministry of Interior - Centre of Developmental Projects (CPD) Ministry of Municipality & Urban Planning (Central Planning Office) Ministry of Naturalization and Residency Administration – UAE Ministry of Presidential Affairs (MOPA) - UAE Ministry of Public Works - Kuwait Ministry of Public Works & Housing - Jordan Ministry of Public Works (MOPW) - UAE Ministry of Works- Bahrain MUSANADA (ex Abu Dhabi General Services (ADGS)) National Centre for Documentation & Research - UAE New Doha International Airport (NDIA) Office of the Minister of State for Administrative (OMSAR) - Lebanon Presidency of the council of Lebanon Ministers Public Authority for Welfare Housing (PAWH)/ Ex-National Housing Authority (NHA) Qatar Foundation Qatar Museum Authority Qatar National Project Management (QNPM) Qatar Railway Company Qatar Science & Technology Park Roads and Transportation Authority - Rail Agency (RTA) Roads and Transportation Authority (RTA) Royal Commission Jubail & Yanbu (RCJY) Royal Hashemite Court Royal Saudi Naval Forces Saudi Arabian National Guard State Audit Bureau of Kuwait UAE Armed Forces - Commands of Military Works Urban Planning Council - Qatar CAPITAL PROJECT OWNERS 32 Group 5 Pioneers Property Development Aabar Properties ABDALI Abu Dhabi Commercial Engineering Services (ADCE) Abu Dhabi Investment House Abu Dhabi Land Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) Abu Dhabi National Hotels (ADNH) Abwab Real Estate Ltd. Abyaar Real Estate Adali Holding-Turkey AEC AECO Development Airport International Group Al Aqaria + Al Madar Al Barrari Al Enma'a Real Estate Al Fajer Enterprises Al Fara'a Properties Al Fardan Real Estate Al Farida Al Futtaim Group Real Estate Al Futtaim Private Al Ghurair Centre Al Khaleej Development Company Al Maabar Al Reef Al Salmiya Al Waab City Al Zorah Alargan Projects Aldar Properties Alfiya Holding Al-Osais Intl Holding Al-Rostamani American Qatari International AMWAL Apple Woods Estate Aqaba Development Corporation Aqua Dunya Arabian Automobiles Co. (NISSAN) Arkan ASTECO AW Rostamani Ayla Oasis Development Baby Shop Bahrain Bay Development Bahrain Financial Harbor BARWA Bawadi / Tatweer Bawbat Al Shamal Real Estate Company BEAM DEVELOPERS Benyan Development Company Blue City Buhaira Bunya Enterprise Bunyan Development Company City of Arabia Commercial Real Estate Consilium Qatar Construction Development Company (CDC) DAMAC Daman Investment Dasman Properties Define Properties Deira Investment Development Enterprises Deyaar Development Digaz Middle East Dubai Civil Aviation Engineering Dubai Festival City Dubai Golf City Dubai Health City Dubai Holdings Dubai Industrial City Dubai International Real Estate Dubai Land (Tatweer) Dubai Land- Dreamworks Dubai Land- Universal Studio Dubai Lifestyle City Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) Dubai Pearl Dubai Ports Dubai Properties Dubai Racing Club Dubai Sports City Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) DUBTEC East & West Int’l Group Eastern Baynuna Group Ebco-Bitar Efad Holding Egyptian Company for Entertainment Tourist Emaar Emaar Pakistan EMEKE GROUP Emirates Land Engineers Enterprise company Engineers Office (EO) Eshraq Properties ETA Star Property Developers Ewaan Executive Office First Qatar Real Estate Future Investments Global Investment House Global Village Greenko Hatkoti Energy Pvt. Ltd Greenstone Real Estate Development Gulf Farabi Gulf Holding Co. Gulf Trust Management H.H. Sheikh Suroor Bin Moh'd Al Nahyan Higher Corporation for Specialized Economic Zones (ZonesCorp) Hourie Development
  • 231. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 232 Hydra Properties IFA Hotels & Resorts Ilyas & Mustafa Galadari Management Investment & Development International Capital Trading International City Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA) John Buck International JoPark Karam & Mouawad Edde KERZNER Khaleej Development- Bahrain King Abduallah II Parks KM Properties KMC Holding Knowledge Economic City Kuwait United Development (KUD) LEAD Development Limitless Line Investment and Property M1 Group MACE Sunrise Properties Limited Madent Nasr For Development and Housing Madina Group Magnet SAL Majid Al Futtaim (MAF) Properties Majid Al Futtaim (MAF) Shopping Malls Majid Al Futtaim Investments Management System International MANAZEL Mayeeden MCM Group Meraas Holding Mercury Development Meydan Group Mfar Developers Mfar Holdings Millennium Development Mirage Mille Mizin MSG Mubabala Development Mubadala - Capitaland Real Estate Mubadala - Hospital & Real Estate Mubarikia NABOODAH HOLDING NAKHEEL National Corporation for Tourism and Hotels National Investment Corporation National Real Estate Nexaldes Nibras Real Estate Olayan Real Estate Omniyat Properties Omran OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS OQYANA Orientals Enterprises Panji Bersatu PARAMOUNT Peeraj Group of Companies Ports, Customs & Free Zone (JAFZA) Premium Projects Qatar International Qatar (TANWEEN) Qatar International Trading Qatar Investment Qatar Real Estate Investment Co. (ALAQARIA) Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) Qatari Diar Real Estate QGM Quality International Qatar (QIQ) Quantum Qatar R&N Khimji RAK Properties RAKEEN Red Sea Housing Reef Island Riffa Golf Residential Development Company RK Group Roya International Royal Gardens Abu Dhabi SAMA Dubai Sama-Dubai Saraya Development Group Saraya Holdings Saudi Development Co. Savola Group SBM Offshore Schon Properties Sharjah Holding Sobha Developers SOCIETE DES GRANDS HOTELS DU LIBAN Solidere Sorouh Real Estate Souria Holding Taj Tower Fonciere Tamdeen Shopping Centers Tameer Holding Investment Tameer Jordan Tashyeed Properties TATWEER TEKNOCA THANI Investments The Engineer Union Square The National Company The Pearl The Wave Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) UK Capital Investment Union Properties United Development Company (UDC) UNITED REAL ESTATE Wave Mega City Centre West Court Real Estate Pvt. Ltd Zabeel Zabeel SML (ZSML) ZAGOPE Zelan Holdings Zetas Zemin Technolojisi PROJECT MANAGERS 2P2C 4D Squared AECOM AECOM CANSULT AMEC ARCAN ASTAD Project Management Bechtel Blair Anderson Bovis Lend Lease Brewer Consulting Brewer Smith Brinkman Canadian Project Managers Certified Project Managers CH2M HILL CH2M Hill VECO CIMA Project Management Clifton Cooney CODE Coffey Confluence Project Management Currie & Brown Cyrill Sweet DG Jones & Partners Driver Consult EC Harris International EDARA ELEMENTN Elite Team Faithful + Gould First Line Consultancy Fluor Arabia Fluor Gulf Fluor Kuwait FLUOR MIDDLE EAST FM CONSULTANT FORCE 10 Future Project Management & Control Gulf Flour HAJ Halliburton Energy Co. Hamilton Project Management High Point HILL - EHAF Hill International Hill3dipi IMV Projects Middle East International Project Management International Project Management Company (IPMC) Jacobs Engineering K.Home International KBAS KBR Government & Infrastructure Operations KEO International Consultants KLLC Kuwait United Construction Management Co. Kuwaiti Manager Company Leman Louis Berger Group MACE International Masharea Project Management Minimill Technologies Mohammed Turki Mott MacDonald (MTMM) Morganti Group Mouchel Parkman Olive Group Onyx Promavi Parsons Brinkerhoff Parsons International PARSONS Saudi PARSONS-CH2M HILL Path Solutions PB Power & Process Brinkerhoff Planning and Construction Management Prisgene Proactive Project Management PROCTAL PROGER SPA PROJACS International Project Management and Development Co (PMDC) Proman Project Management Qatar Project Management (QPM) QP International RASIS Reaction Project Management RJ Knowles Royal Architect Project Management Royal Haskoning Middle East RW Armstrong Salfo & Associates SAMA - EC Harris (ECH) SCHEMA Secure Project Management Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation (SMEC) Sporle Consultancy Services Tasameem-STX Co. LLC Thompson Cole Trett Contract Services Turner & Townsend Turner International Turner Projacs Ultimate Solutions Wamar Warner Construction Waterman Williams International Worley Parsons ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS Adnan Aswad Eng. Company Adnan Safarini Consultant ADPI Aeroports De Paris Ingenierie Al Baha Engineering Consultant AL GARHOUD ENGINEERING Al Jazeera Consultants Al Salaam Consulting Al Wasl Al Jadeed
  • 232. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 233 Algurg Consultants Allen & Shariff Corporation Altorath Engineering Consultant Arab Engineering Bureau Arabian Consulting Engineering Center Arabtech Jardaneh Engineers Architectural & Engineering Innovation Bureau Arkiteknik International Arrow ARUP Ashai Design Corporation Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE) Ayla Consultancy Azmi Abdulhadi and Al Moaibed Consulting (AMCDE) Badri and Bensouda Black and Veatch Brinkman International Burt Hill & Allen & Shariff Cansult Maunsell CDM Chalabi Architects & Partners Consolidated Consultants Company Coteba COWI Gulf Dar Al Handasah (DAR) Dar Al Riyadh David Gibson Associates DAVID KHATTAR - ARCHITECT Diwan Al Emara Dorsch Gruppe DOUGLAS OHI Dubai Consultants EGN Consultants Egyptian Group for Engineering Consultation (EGEC) Elite Design & Engineering Ellis Don Elsharief Engineering Group Engineering Consultants Group ESG EW COX Middle East Ewan for Architectural & Engineering Consultancy Faim Design Fichtner Consulting Engineers Gensler GHD Global GMT Godwin Austen Johnson Chartered Architects Good Harbor Consulting Gulf Consult Kuwait Gulf Engineering & Industrial Consultancy Haji Hassan Group Halcrow Consulting Engineers Hamilton Design International Co HOK Canada Holford Associates Hyder Consulting ILF Consulting Engineers James Cubitt & Partners Consultants KAME KEO International Key Architectural Group Khatib & Alami (K&A) M+W Singapore Pte Ltd Matelec Metcalf & Eddy Middle East Engineering Mouchel Middle East NJS Consultants Norr Group Ober Meyer and Allen and Shariff Ozlem Gunes Tasci P & T Architects Parker & Rawling Consultancy RAFIK EL KHOURY & PARTNERS Ramaco Intl. Consulting Robeat Matthew Johnson Marshall (RMJM) Royal Consultants Saud Consult Saudi Consolidated Eng. Co Khatib & Alami Scott Wilson SD Concept Secure Engineering SGI Advanced Information Shankland Cox SHAZEH Simon Engineering Skelmore Trident SOFCON SSH Stanley Baker Hill Stanley Consultants Stantec Consulting Stellar Group Sterling and Wilson Middle East Systra Task Consultancy Theo A King Design Consultants (TAK) Tilke and Partners Trett Consulting United Design International WGI Middle East Whitby and Bird Wilbur Smith Associates World Planners Consultant Engineers WS Atkins & Partners WS Atkins India WSP Middle East Zuhair Fayez Partnership EPC CONTRACTORS ABB Abu Dhabi Maritime & Mercantile Intl. (ADMMI) ALSTOM Al-Yusr Townsend & Bottum Co. (AYTB) ARCTIC AREVA Babcok Borsig Services Belleli Energy Casa Grande CEGLEC CHIYODA Chiyoda Almana Engineering (CAEL) Chiyoda Technip Chiyoda, Petrostar & Samsung Saudi Arabia Cleveland Bridge Conddatte Spa Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) Consolidated Contractors International Company Daewoo Engineering Degremont DESCON Engineering Descon Integrated Deutsche Babcock Energie Dodsal Engineering Dodsal Enterpise Doha Petroleum (DOPET) DOMOPAN Doosan Chennai Works Drake & Scull Dutco McConnell Dowell Electrosonic Electrowatt Electrowatt-Ekono EMDAD ENI ETA Voltas Exterran Fata S.P.A. FLSmidth GARTNER GE Power Systems General Electric (GE) Oil & Gas GHD Technip Gulf SPIC Hanjin Heavy Industries HCC Samsung Joint Venture Hitachi Hyundai Engineering Hyundai Rotem Impregilo SPA Indu Projects IPT Island Yachting Group J.Ray McDermott JGC GULF International Kent Lambert Bax Kentech Group Holdings Kentz Engineering International Lamprell Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) Eastern JV Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) SUCG JV Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) (MMH) Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) HCP Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) Hyderabad Metro Rail Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) Hydrocarbon Larsen & Tobrou (L&T) Modular Fabrication Yard Marbuni Maritime Industrial Services MASOOD BERGUM Mass Global Investment METITO Mitsubishi - Toshiba Mitsubishi Corporation Mitsui & Co. Mott McDonald Mustang Engineering NAMA Mott MacDonald National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) NICO Noble Denton Nuovo Pignone SPA OHI Douglas Oil Sector Services Omega Engineering PENSPEN International Petrofac International Petromaint Punj Lyod Qatar Kentz QSGTL-JK QTES Quest Energy Ramboll Middle East RGCK Association (Radicon Gulf Consult & Kentz International Co. Rotary Humm Saif Bin Darwish SAIPEM Saipem - Snamprogetti Saudi Arabia Saipem-Afcons JV SAMSUNG SAMSUNG BAYTUR Samsung BeSix Samsung -Saif Bin Darwish JV Saudi Arabian Kentz Schlumberger SETE Energy Shaw International Sidem Siemens SIEMENS Sciencetechnic Simergo SPA-Electrostodio SINOPEC SK Engineering & Construction Sky Oryx Joint Venture Snamprogetti SNC LAVALIN SNC Lavalin Engineering India STE. SCALE CONTRACTING SARL Systra/Parsons JV TABREED Taisei Corporation TAS ME
  • 233. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 234 TATA Tata Projects Ltd Tebodin Middle East Technical SPA Technicas Reunidas (TR) Engineering Technimont Technip TECHNIP India Technital S.p.A. Tecnidas Tecnimont-Samsung Joint Venture The Oman Construction Company (TOCO) Todini Costruzioni Generali Toshiba Toyo Engineering Una Oil UTS Kent VOLTAS Yokogawa India Yokogawa Middle East GENERAL CONTRACTORS A&P Paraskevaides & Partners A.R. Hourie Enterprises Aafaq Trading & Contracting (ATC) Abbas ABCO Abdulghani and Cardahi Abdullah A.M. Al Khodari Abu Dhabi Contracting ABV Rock Group ACC Engineering Projects ACE International ACTCO General Contracting Co. Acteos ADCC JV (Aktor, Darwish, Cimolai, Cybarco Joint Venture) ADMAC- Abu Dhabi Maintenance & Construction Aerated Concrete Industries Company (ACICO) AES Jordan AFCONS Infrastructure AFRICON AGWED Ahmad Mansoor Al A'Ali (AMA) Ahmadia Contracting & Trading Ahmadiah AKTOR Ahmadiah Contracting Ahmed Abdullah Nass Ahmed Bin Dasmal Contracting Aktor AlJaber JV Aktor, Darwish, Cimolai, Cybarco (ADCC-JV) AL AHLIA SWITCHGEAR Al Ain General Contracting (ALGECO) Al Ain International Group Al Alamiah Al Arabia Electromechanical Al Arrab Contracting Al Attar Al Badi Group Al Bani Gen. Contracting Al Basti & Muktha Al Buhaira Contracting Al Dar Al Arabia Al Darwish Engineering Al Darwish Trading Al Dhafra Irrigation Al Fahad Smart Systems Al Faisal Al Falah Construction Al Fanar Construction Al Fara'a General Contracting Co. Al Fayha Group Al Futtaim Carillion Al Futtaim Engineering AL GHANEM Al Ghanim Al Habtoor Leighton Group Al Habtoor-Murray & Roberts Al Habtoor-Specon-Hastie JV Al Hadeer Construction Al Hamad Contracting Company Al Hamid Group Al Hammam Company Al Haramain Gate Co. Al Haseeb Al Hasoun Samchang Al Hassan Engineering Al Hassan Internatinal Trading & Cont. Al Huda Al Huda Engineering Al Hussam General Contracting Al Irshad Al Ittimad Foundations Al Jaber Al Jaber & Makhlouf Al Jaber & Partners Al Jaber & Trading Contracting Al Jaber Buildings AL JABER CONTRACTING Al Jaber Energy Services Al Jaber Engineering Al Jaber Group of Companies Al Jaber LEGT Engineering & Contracting (ALEC) Al Jaber LTA Engg and Cont. AL JABER Precision Engineering Al Jaber Trading & Contracting Al Jadaan Global Trading Al Jassar AL JAWAHIR Al Khadda International Al Kharafi Construction Co Al Khodari AL KOMED Engineering Al Latifia Trading Al Madar Group Al Malik Cont. Co. Al Masaood Bergum AL MEENA Al Meer Technical Services Al Meraikhi Al Mobty Al Muhaidib Contracting Al Muhairy General Contracting Al Mutlaq Al Nasr Contracting Al Oasis Contracting Al Qudra Al Rajehi Engineering (ARJ) Al Rajehi Projects Al Rajhi for Infrastructure Works Al Rashed Group Al Reyami Group Al Rostamani Al Rostamani Pegel Al Ryum Construction AL SAAD CONTRACTING Al Sabah Modern Construction Al Saghyir Al Seal Contracting and Trading Al Seif Company Al Shaffar General Contracting Al Shaffar Transport & Contracting Al Shirawi Elec. & Mechanical Al Turki Enterprises Al Yousef Alaa International Contracting Alamiah Building Co Albadi Trading & Contracting Al-Balagh Traiding & Contracting Albanna Engineering Albayader Irrigation & Construction Aldar Laing O'Rourke Construction Aldarwish Engineering ALDASTOOR Al-Fadel Eng'g & Contracting Al–Fahd Trading industries & Contracting ALGEEMI Alghanim Industries Alghanim International General Trading Alghanim Sepam ALHAMAD Al-Hamid Group ALHAMIRIAH Ali & Sons Contracting Ali Moosa & Sons Contracting Alighned Business Consultancy Aljaber Engineering Alkomed Engineering Services ALLIWAN Almabani General Contractors Almuftah Al-Nakhrak Contracting (ANC) Holding ALNASR CONTRACTING ALNIMER Alpine Bau Deutschland AG ALRASHED GROUP Al-Rushaid Const. Co. Al-Saoudi ALSHIRAWI Alstom Grid Alstom Transport Alsuwaidi ALTURKI ALUCOR Amana Contracting & Steel Buildings Amana Pipeline Construction Amanti Ammico Contracting & Hamad Bin Khalid Contracting Ammoun Jordan Contracting Co. Amplex Emirate Anas Anani Contracting Co. Anglo Eastern Engineering Anticorrosion Protective System Anupam MHI Industries Apic Apollo Enterprises Aqua Engineering Arab Towers Contracting Arabian BEMCO Arabian Construction Co. (ACC) Arabian Gulf for Water & Energy Development (AGWED) Arabian Industries Arabian International Company Arabian International for Construction & Contracting Arabian Korean General Contracting Arabian Technical Services Arabtec Construction Arabtec Construction & Combined Group Contracting Co. (JV) Arabtec Engineering Services Arabtec WCT JV Arabtec/Samsung Arafa Gen Cont ArchGroup Archirodon Group N.V. Arcon U.A.E. ARCTIC Co. Ariaf Construction Arinc Arvind ASCON Road Construction ASCORP Associated Construction Co. Astaldi-Ozkar JV Astraco Company AST-VSL Joint Venture Attila Dogan Construction & Installation Co. Inc. Avio Helitronics InfoSystems Axis Aerospace Technologies AYALA Aydiner Construction Azmeel Contracting BA & BES Contracting Babcock Babel Contracting Bader Al Mulla & Brother Co. Bahrain Asphalt Establishment Bahrain Special Technical Services Co. Bahwan Contracting Co. Bahwan Engineering Company BAM International Abu Dhabi
  • 234. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 235 Basti & Muktah Baytur Ben Baleela Baytur Construction & Contracting BEAVER Becht Engineering Beijing Construction and Technicon Belbadi Belhasa Engineering & Contracting Belhasa Projects BEMCO SAL BenBeleila Baytur BES ENGINEERING Bilfinger Berger Bilfinger Berger - Al Hamed Bin Belayla Baytur Bin Darwish General Cont. Bin Hafeez Gen. Contracting Bin Hamoodah Bin Jabr Bin Shafar Contracting BJ Process & Pipeline Services BK Gulf Black Gold Transport Bo Jamhoor Trading & Contracting Bouygues Ahmadiah Joint Venture Bouygues Batiment International Bouygues-Target Brookfield Multiplex Brookfield Multiplex Medgulf Bu Haleeba BUNYA - ORASCOM Burhan International Burleigh and Associates Burt Hill BUTEC Buzwair Engineering & Contracting Calderys India Refractories CANAR Gen. Trdg. Co. CAP Emirates Capacite Infra Projects Cape East CAPE RB Hilton Ltd. Capriole Construction Co. Carillion Alawi Carillion Dubai Carillion Qatar Cassina Qatar Castle Construction CDI Gulf International Cebarco Cecon Contracting CFE Middle East Challenge International Associates Charley Long Chemie - Tech Chicago Maintenance & Construction China Harbour Engineering Co. China Railway 18th Bureau Group China State Construction Engineering (CHSK) Chirag Contracting Citiscape City Diamond Contracting City Engineering & Contracting Civil Construction Center Civil Electrical Project Contracting Co (CEPCO) Clarke Bonde Middle East Classical Palace Cliff Creek builder Coastal projects Coffey Projects Cohseco Intl. Ltd, Combined Group Contracting Company Comfort House Contracting Commodore Contracting Complete Engineering Comsip Al A'Ali Comsip Al A'Ali Cegelec Condor Building Contracting Conseco International Ltd. Consilium Qatar Consolidated Construction Consortium Construction Delivery Group Construction Dynamics Construction Technology Contracting Construtora Norberto Odebrecht Construtora Norberto Odebrecht/ Al Jaber JV Construtora Queiroz Galvao Contech Contrack International Inc. CONTRACO Contracting and Trading (CAT) Control and Applications Emirates Control Contracting & Trading Costain Abu Dhabi Cowi Larsen CPD Middle East Crillion Alwai CTC CYBARCO DAAC DAL Dar Al-Omran Darwish Bin Ahmed & Sons Darwish Engineering DASTOOR Dawood Contracting Dayim Punj Lloyd Decovision Delholm Yam Contracting Delma Emirates Delta Africa Delta Emirates Contracting Denholm Yam Contracting Co DEPA Interiors DEPA MIVAN Desert Line Projects Deutsche Babcock Energie und Umwelttechnik AG Deutsche Babcock Middle East FZE Development Enterprises Co Dhabi Contracting Diyar United Doha Petroleum Construction (DOPET) Down Town Construction Drake & Scull DS Constructions & Infrastructure Dubai Contracting Dubai Technology Projects Dutco Bulfour Beaty Dutco Construction DynCorp International DYWIDAG Saudi Arabia Co. Ltd East & West Intl Group Eastern International Eastern Trading & Contracting ECI Engineering and Construction Co. ECL Services Middle East ED Zublin Egyptian Arab Company Egyptian Styrenics Ekinciler El Concorde Construction El Nile El Saeed Contracting Electro RAK Elenco Engineering Elenco General Contracting El-Lamiaa for Construction El-Seif Engineering Contracting Company EMCO Engineering Emirate Exteriors Emirate Man Gen. Contracting Emirates & Al Nasr Building and Construction Company (EGYCO) Emirates Belbadi Contracting Co. Emirates Exteriors Emirates Link Maltauro Emirates Precast Emirates Road Contracting Emirates Technical and Thermal Emke Group ENERGY RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CO. (TAACA) Engicon Company Engineering Contracting Company (ECC) Engineering Enterprises Engineering Systems Group Engineering Universe for Building and Contracting Company Engineering Work Foundation Infrastructure ENTIRETEC Middle East ENVAC ENVIROMENA Environmental Chemical Corporation, Inc. (ECCI) EOD Technology Inc. USA Eser taahhüt ve sanayi a.ş ETA ETA ASCON ETA ASCON Road Construction ETHYDCo Eurostar Constructions EVERSANDI Engineering EVS Construction Fakhry General Contracting Falcor Engineering & Contracting FARAYAND Fastos General Trading FEBC Trading Federicci Sterling Fernas Construction Co Fibrex Construction Group First Kuwaiti Company First United General Trading and Contracting Forseite Fortune Engineering & Energy Services Frayland Fujseng Construction Futtaim Carillion Future Pipe Galfar Al Misnad Engineering & Contracting Galfar Engineering & Contracting Gama Guc Sistemleri Gammon India Gas Arabian Services Company Gateway Ventures FZC GDM Costruzioni SPA GECO Mechanical & Electrical Gemo International General Construction Company General Electric and Trading Co. General Electrical International General Engineering & Contracting Company George Baaklini George Matta Ghantoot Transport Ghassan Ahmed Al-Khaled Co. Ginco Contracting Golden Lands GP Zachariades Overseas Gramuda Berhad Grand International Company Granite Construction Company Greenko Hatkoti Energy Gridz FZE Group 5 Construction Group 7 Group Contracts Management GS Engineering & Construction Groupement Berkine Gulf Classic General Contracting Gulf Co. for Contracting & General Enterprises Gulf Consolidated Contracting Gulf Consolidated Contractors Gulf Contractors Gulf Dredging Co. Gulf Eagle Contracting Gulf Housing
  • 235. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 236 Gulf Leighton Gulf Petrochemical Services & Trading Gulf Precast Concrete Gulf Technical Construction Gunal Construction Trading and Industry Guris Dubai Gustav Pegel & Sohn LLC Habtoor Engineering HABTOOR Group Habtoor Leighton Group Habtoor Leighton Murray & Roberts Joint Venture Habtoor-Murray & Roberts JV Habtoor-Specon-Hastie JV Haif Company Hanmi International Haramain Gate Hasemoglu Construction Industry Haskoning Hassan Kouz Contracting Co. Hastie International Hawk International Finance & Construction Hawwary Contracting Haydon MEC HBK Contracting HEISCO Kuwait Heliopolis Electric Co. Heurtey Petrochem India Hi Tech Steel Industries Higgs & Hill Hilalco Hisham Abdulrahman Jaffer HKH Civil Engineering Contractors HLI Consulting Hnami International HNS Group Hochtief Honeywell Hoops+Hilgendorff Hornagold & Hills Hot Engineering & Construction Co House of Trade (HOT) Howard Finley Al Khaleej Engineering Services Hussine Atieh Contracting Company HUTA Environment Hyflux Technology IMAR Trading IMCO Eng'g & Construction Imperial Trading and Contracting Co. Impregilo Industrial Group For Control Systems Innovative Technical Solutions Insulco Emirates Integral Services Co. Integrated Specialized Gen. Cont. Inter Mass Engg Interbeton/ Higgs & Hill Interiors International International Airport Group International Building System International Construction & Contracting International Contracting House (ICH) International Electro-Mechanical Services International Gas Services International Trading and Contracting Int'l Supplies and Const. Island Global Yachting Issam Kabbani Group of Companies Itsalat International ITSI IVRCL International Infrastructures & Projects J&P Jan De Nul Dredging Japan Oil Engineering Japaul Gulf Electro Mechanical Jenaan John Sisk & Sons Constructionn JP Kenny JT Metro JV Juma Abd Mohamed & Sons Juma Al Majid Jumbo Electronics Company Jurong Engineering Juthoor JV Degremont K/N International Kainaat Construction KARAGULLA ENGINEERING Kaveer KazStroy Services Infrastructure India KBAS Contracting Trading & Industrial Keinaat Kele Contracting Kempe Engineering Keppel Segher Kettaneh Construction Khaled A. Al Mulhem & Bros Khalid Ali Al- Kharafi & Bros. Co. Khalid Bin Ahmed Al-Suwadi Trading & Contracting and Industrial Khalifa Port Marine Consortium Khansaheb Civil Engineering Kharafi & Sons Kharafi ADMAC Kharafi Construction Co. Kharafi National KHOIE Power KIER Dubai Kiewit Pacific Co Kinnarps Project Solutions Konstruktor - Engineering Kooheji Contractors KREMINCO Kuwait Arab Contractors Kuwait Dynamics Kuwait Network Electronic tech Kuwait United Construction Kuwait United Gulf LACECO Jordan Laing O’rourke Lanco Infratech Leaders Leighton Contracting LIMAK Lindenberg Line Investment and Property Litwin PEL Lotus Trading and Contracting Company M.A. Al Kharafi & Sons M.M. Al-Suwaidi Industrial Mabany Macair MAG Engineering Malcolm Pirnie Malia Group MAMMUT Mammut Max Boegl JV MAN Enterprises Mannai Trading MAPCO Inc MARBU Contracting Marubeni Max Bogl Emirates Building Contracting Maytas Infra Mechanical Contracting & Services Company MEDCO Medgulf Construction Mercury Engineering Services Mercury Qatar Mermwar Metallic Equipment Co. Metallurgical Corp of China Mid Contracting Company Midmac Contracting Co. Midmac Tarmac Qatar Co. Mimar International Mivan DEPA Modern Arab Construction (MAC) Mohammad Al Mojil Group Mohammed Al Rumaih Mohammed Ali Al Swailem Group (MASCO) Mohsin Haider Darwish MonteAdriano ME Mountain Technical Company MOX Middle East MPM Consultancies Muhammad Ali Butt Muhibbah Engineering Multiplex Multiplex Medgulf Murray & Roberts Mushrif General Contracting Mushrif National Construction MVV Decon GmbH Nabco Furniture Center Naboodah Contracting Naboodah Group Naboodah Holdings Naboodah Laing O’rourke Naboodah National Contracing Naboodah, Saeed & Mohammed Nael Bin Harmal Hydro Export Nael General Contracting Nafal Contracting NAFFCO Nagarjuna Construction Company Nasa Multiplex NASACO Nasar Engineering NASS Contracting Nass Corporation Nass Murray & Roberts Nassar Engineering Services Nasser Abd Mohammed Co. Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Nasser M.Al Baddah & Partn. Nassir Hazza & Brothers Co. National Co. National Constructions Company National Contracting Company National Industrial Contracting Company National Industries National Marine Dredging Company National Projects & Construction (NPC) National Projects & Construction (NPC) - Arabtec JV National Real Est. Co. National United Engineering National Wheel J&P NCC Limited NCT&H Neem Projects and Services Nesma and Partners Contracting Nesma Eser Onur Contracting Co. (NEO) Nesmaq Partners contracting. Newtech Construction Nico Craft NICO International Noble Denton (Offshore Dynamics) NRES NSCC NUROL O.T. Odfjell Obayashi Ocean Global Oger Abu Dhabi Oger Dubai Oger International Beyrouth OHL Contrack Oil Sector Services Company Oiltech Engineering India Omar Abu Saad & Sons Company Orascom Construction Industries ORASCOM CONTRAK Orascom- Six Construct Orbital Projects and Services Oryx Energy Projects & Services ORYX GTL Ltd Oryx Technologies
  • 236. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 237 Overseas AST Overseas Technical Coatings & Services Overseas Technical Coatings Ozan Uncel Pacific Control Systems Pancelita Panorama Contracting & Engineering Service Passavant Roediger Penguin Engineering Peninsular Petrotech Permasteelisa Gartner Petron Emirates Contracting & Manufacturing Petronas Carigali PetroServ PF Emirates Interiors Phil Hourie Pino Interios Pino Meroni Yacht Interiors Pivot Engineering PMM - Project Polensky & Zollener POULLAIDES Construction Powerflow Powerline Engineering Powerline Gulf Construction Powertech Engineering Poyry Energy Pranic Healing Home Prefab Building Systems Premba Prime Projects Principal Builders PROFILE Projects Construction Proscape Prysmian Punj Lloyd Putra Perdana Construction Qatar Building Company Qatar Engineering & Construction Company (Q CON) Qatar Power Construction Qatar Trading & contracting Group Qatari Arabian Construction Qatari Diar Vinci (QDVC) Qatari Diar Vinci (QDVC)-Entrepose Contracting Q-Construction QD-SBD Construction Quebeisi Rabban Stefanutti Stocks Rabya Construction Company Radicon Gulf Consult Ramco Trading & Contracting RAMSIS Ranya Rapid Solutions RAS Engineering Rasco Equipment and Tool Rashid Bin Darwish Rasis Development RECAFCO Red Sea Engineers & Constructors Inc Redco Rencons Reza Nezam Trading Rider Levett Bucknal Rizzani OHL Trevi Boodai Joint Venture Rizzani de Eccher RKM Powergen Road & Roof Construction Co Roads Emirates Robodh Contracting Robtstone (M.E.) ROBUST Contracting Rohr Rein Chemie Middle East ROSTAMANI PEGEL Rotary Gulf Electro-Mechanical Works S.A. Baytur SACCAL Enterprises Sadeer Trading & Contracting Co. Safari Company SALAM BOUNIAN Saleh Constructions Salim M. AlJoaib & Partner Co. Salini Costrotturi SPA SAM Trading SAMA Sama Contracting Sama Group SAMAMA Holding Samer Zawaydeh Co Samsung C&T - OHL Samsung C&T Corporation Samsung Corp.-Saif Bin Darwish JV Samsung Engineering Samsung-Baytur Joint Venture Samsung-Bisex Arabtec Sanergy (SDG Global) SARCO Sarooj Construction SATAL Qatar Contracting Saudi Amana Contracting Company Saudi Arabian Baytur Saudi Archirodon Saudi Bin Ladin Group Saudi Bin Ladin Group PBAD Saudi Bin Ladin Group RPD Saudi Bin Ladin Group-Samsung JV Saudi intel Tec Co. Saudi Oger Saudi Techint Saudi Technical Engineering Systems Saudi Withcon Co. SAWACO Sayed Hamid Behbehani SDC Group SEIDCO Seif Bin Darwish SEMAC Sembawang Sener Arda Group Sensaire Services SEPCOIII Septech Emirates SERCO Serka Construction Services & Trading SETCO [Salameh Eng. & Trading Co.) SEW Infrastructure Sezai Turkes Fevzi Akkaya Marine Const Co. SGI Advanced Information Systems Sham Contracting Shannon Trading & Contracting Shapoorji Pallonji Middle East Shar for Trading and Construction Co. Shibh Al Jazira Contracting Shield Contracting Co. Shimizu Corporation Shinryo Corp. Shmidin SIDDCO GROUP Sidvin Core tech Siged Emirates Sigma Engineering Works Silec Cable Silvertech System Simplex Infrastructures Sinergo Spa-Eletrostodio Sinohydro-Gamuda-WCT-JV (SGWJV) SITCO Site Group Site Technology Six Construct Six Construct - Midmac JV Sixco-Rizzani de Echer JV Sixco-Samsung JV SKS Power Generation (Chhatisgarh) Sky Oryx Smart World Smiths Detection Sobha Contracting Societe d 'enterprise et de Gestion (SEG) Societe d’Entreprise &de Gestion Qatar (SEG) Sorensen Gross Construction Spaceage Gen Contracting SPEC Energy Special Trades and Services (STS) Specialist Technical Services Spie Batignolles SPK Construction SPK Vinapuri SPL Square Engineering Construction Square General Contracting STFA Cons. Comp STRABAG STS Abu Dhabi Sumitomo Sun Engineering Surbana International Syed Hamid Behbehani & Sons Co. Synchro Electromechanical Contracting Synergy Petroleum International System Construct Tabet Enterprises Taeyoung TAFSEER Contracting Tamas Projects Tamcon Contracting TAMS TANMIA Tanqia Target Engineering Construction Company Tariq Al-Ghanim Gen Trading TAS Group TAS Qatar Tasameem-STX Co. TATA ALDESA TATA Consulting Engineers TATA Projects TAV Construction TAV Gulf Taylor Woodro Intl/VinciPLC-UK Taylor Woodrow International Construction Tebodin Middle East Tech Arhictect Gen Conr Technical Arab Contracting Group Technical Architect Gen. Cont. Tecnimont Kuwait Branch Tecnomen Tecpro Engineers Tecton Tekfen Construction Tekton Terna SA Terrazzo Limited Test Ranya JV Thakral Gulf Thales Security Solutions and Services The Arab Contractors (Osman Ahmed Osman & Co.) Thinet Emirates Thyssenkrupp Elevator Tiger Steel Tilke & Partners Timeline Toledo Elect. & Mech. Works Est. Torishima Towell Construction TPM Construction TPSC India TR Engineering TRADCO Trags Engineering Transemirates Transfield Emdad Services Transguard Group Transgulf ElectroMechanical Transpo Group Trett Contracting Trinity Engineering Services
  • 237. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 238 Trio Arab Tristar Transport & Contracting Triune Energy Service Truebell Tsunami Trading and Contracting Co. Tyco & Fire Ultra Construction & Engineering UNEC Unicorp Unilog Union Contracting Company Unison Contracting United Engineering Construction United Engineering Projects United Gulf Construction United Infrastructure Projects United Maintenance and Contracting. United Turkish Construction Co. Urbis Holdings Vale Oman Pelletizing Company Valentine Maritime (GULF) Venus Electromech Veolia Water Systems (VWS) Emirates Verdaus Landsape Verger et Delporte Vibro Foundations VISCAS Vishvaraj Infrastructure VisionTech Systems VNR Infrastructures WAAD Wade Adams Wagner Biro Gulf Wajih Contracting Company Wallbridge Wara Construction Waterman Middle East Weatherford Oil Tool Middle East West Court Real Estate Whitby and Bird William Hare UAE WJ Towell Xtramix Concrete Solutions Y.K. Almoayyed & Sons Yuksel Dubai Construction Co. Yuksel-Midmac JV Yuskel Yusuf Al-Ghanim & Sons Co. Zakhem Construction Nigeria Zamil Steel Construstion ZETAS ZSML Construction Zublin Civil Engineering SPECIALTY SUBCONTRACTORS ABLEM Abraj Cooling Al Ahli Al Amry Group Al Arabia Security Al Arrab Electromechanical Engineering Al Bucheeri Al Dhafra Piling Foundation Contracting Al Reyami Interiors Al Reyami Technical Services Al Sabah Electro Mech ALDHAFRA piling ALKHYOOL ALUMINIUM ALMCO Group ALSTEF Automation Alu Nasa ALUMCO Amron Pipeline ANEL Electrical Anti Corrision Arabi Enertech KSC Arabian Aluminium (ALICO) Arabian Automobiles Co Arabian Foundations Engineering Architectural Metal Works Arnaout Establishment Arne Lunding Atef Mazen Bsat (AMB) Atelier 21 Atelier Hourani Athena Atlas Continent Gen. Maint & Interior Design Baituti Interiors BAUER FOUNDATION Bilt Middle East Bin Hamm Agricultural Bitstream BK GULF Bo Jamhoor Trading Bond Communication Cape East Limited Carrara Chadwick Chalmers Engineering Company Chicago Bridge Cloisall DANWAY Dar Al Rokham DC Pro Engineering DEBBAS ENTERPRISE DECO Desert Landscape Det Norske Veritas Dredging International Dubai Aluminum Co. Dubai Precast E-Construct Edrafor EKA Rock Emarald Palace Emirates Building System Emirates Electrical Engineering Emirates Electromech Emirates Falcon Emirates Neon Emirates Steel Industries Emirates Technical and Thermal Systems Emirates Utilities Engineering Work Foundation ETA Mechanical ETA MELCO ETA MNE EURO Studio FEDO Flora for Agricultural Services FPS Ocean FRANCIS LANDSCAPE Galadari GEMCO international General Electerical International General Engineering & Contracting Ghantoot Electrical Projects Division Global Maritime & Trading Global Process Systems Golden Neon Green Concepts Green Line Interiors Greenline Interiors GTS Gulf Catering Company (GCC) Gulf Landscape HABTOOR Marble HABTOOR STFA Soil Habtoor STFA Soil Group Hastie International HDO Heliopolis Electric Hispanica Al Shanfari HITEC Offices Innovative Technologies Instant Landscaping Interconnect Intergulf Jan De Nul Dredging Joeper Famorcan Joesph Haskour John Lehwald Johnson Controls Joseph Maintenance Juma Al Majed LC Consulting Leader Marine Leaders LLC Lindenberg-Emirates LLC Mazyood Giga International Mercury Engineering Merlun Group MERO Middle East Dredging Company (MEDCO) Middle East Foundation Mosart Marble MQS MSCEB Naboodah Engineering Services NABOODAH Gypsum National Marine Dredging Offtec Systems OTAK International OTIS Elevator Pembinaan SPK SDN BHD PF Emirates Interior Plantation Plantation Dubai Platinum Vision Pools UAE PowerTech Poyry Energy Premier Composite Technologies QATAR DREDGING Qatar Drilling Company Ready Mix Co. Ready Mix Maneen Reem Emirates Aluminum Romeo Design ScanTrans Shapoorji Sharaf Foundation Silvertech Smiths Detection Middle East Soletanche Bachy SPARK Specialist Services SPK-Bina Puri JV Swissboring SYSCOM Tadmur Electromechanical Tadmur-Electromechanical Terna Bahrain Holding Terrazo THERMO Thomas Bennett Gulf Toledo Elect. & Mech. Works Trans Gulf Electro-Mechanical Trident International Tyco Fire and Security Unicorp Intl Holding Union Pipes Industry United Technologies UPC US TELECOM Vadnais Microtunneling Vale Oman Pelletizing Van Oord Gulf VENUS Engineering Veolia Water Solutions VFR Ltd. Dubai VISION Voltage Engineering Western GECO Zener Electrical Contracting Co. Zener Steward POWER AND UTILITY Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC) Abu Dhabi Electricity and Water Authority (ADEWA) Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (MASDAR) ACWA Emirates ADC Energy Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC)
  • 238. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 239 Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) Electric Co. Electricie De Liban (EDL) Electricite De France (EDF) Electricity Natioanal Grid EMICOOL Empower ENEC Federal Electricity and Water Authority General Directorate for Water & Sewarage Haya Water Hidd Power Co. Hinduja National Power Corporation IL & FS Tamilnadu Power Company Limited International Power IREMA KAHRAMA Lebanese Utilities Company Mediterranean Pharmaceutical Industries Ministry of Electricity & Water Bahrain Ministry of Electricity and Water Ministry of Electricity and Water - KSA Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) Mitsubishi Power Systems India Muscat Electricity Distribution NLC Tamilnadu Power Limited NTPC- Tuticorin Oman Waste Water Palm District Cooling PALM Utilities Palm Water PEGSco Qatar Electricity and Water Co. Ras Girtas Power Co. Ruwais Power Co. SETE Energy Saudi Sonelgaz Sulayman Gas Power Station TPSC India Private Limited TRANSCO Vatech Wabag Water Authority of Jordan OIL, GAS AND PETROCHEMICAL Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (GASCO) Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction (ADGAS) Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) Abu Dhabi National Chemicals Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) For Distribution Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (TAKREER) ADNOC ConocoPhilips Arabian Gulf Oil Aromatics Oman Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) BOROUGE British Gas Oman British Petroleum (BP) Exploration Chennai Petroleum Corporation CHEVRON Chevron Kuwait Cylin Gas Company Daleel Petroleum Dolphin Energy DOVE ENERGY Dow Corning India Dubai Natural Gas (Dugas) Dubai Petroleum E.I.Dupont India Elmerk Emarat Europe ENOC Processing Company Enppi Equate Petrochemical Company Ghana National Gas Company Gulf Petrochemical Industries Corporation (GPIC) Heurtey Petrochem India Pvt. Ltd In Salah Gas International Petroleum Investment Co (IPIC) IVM Projects Jubail United Petrochemical Company KazMunay Khafji Joint Operations (KJO) Kuwait Gulf Oil Company (KGOC) Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC) Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) LUKOIL Overseas Baltic Maersk Mansoura Petroleum Company Margham Dubai Methanol Chemical Company NIGEC EGTL/Chevron Occidental Petroleum (OXY) Oil Search Ltd. OMAN LNG Oman Methanol Oman Oil Company Exploration & Production (OOCEP) Oman Polypropylene Oman Refineries and Petrochemical Company (ORPC) Oman Refinery Oryx GTL OXY Mukhaizna OXY QATAR OXY UAE OXY YEMEN PEARL PEDECO Petro Canada Petrochemical Industries Corporation (PIC) Petrodar Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) Petroleum Technical Development Fund PPRS Qatar Chemical Co. (Q-Chem) Qatar Fertilizer Co. (QAFCO) Qatar Fuel Additives Company (QAFAC) Qatar Gas Operating Co. Qatar Gas Transport Company (NAKILAT) Qatar Petrochemical Company (Qapco) Qatar Petroleum (QP) Qatar Shell (QSGTL) RAK Petroleum RAS GAS Ruwais Fertilizer Industries (FERTIL) Ruwais Refinery SABIC SADARA Sajaa Gas Salalah Methanol Salam Petroleum Services Saudi Arabia Chevron Saudi Arabian Texaco Saudi Aramco Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery (SAMREF) Saudi Chevron Phillips Co. Sharjah National Oil Corporation Shell Sohar Refinery Statoil Tatweer Petroleum Total E&P Yemen Total Tractable Yanbu National Petrochemical Company (YANSAB) Yemen LNG Company Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) INDUSTRIAL Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (ADBIC) Adyard Abu Dhabi (Topaz Engineering) Al Furat Paper Trading Al-Kawther Industries Co. Ltd. Arab Potash Company Arabian Cement Co. Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (ASRY) Clement Cement Clement Systems Gulf Climent de Sibline s.a.l. Dolphin Steel Drydocks World DUBAL DUCAB Emirates Aluminum (EMAL) EZDK FLSmidth Pvt. Ltd Giffin Traffiks Ginger Investment Management Glassline Industries Global Foundries Technologies GRANDWELD Gulf Cable Gulf Marine Maintenance & Offshore Service Gulf Piping HIDADA Hijazi for Trade and Manufacturing Imar Trading and Contracting Inkript Holding Johnson Lifts Khalil Fattal & Fils SAL Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar Nakilat Keppel Offshore Marine Onyx Industries Orient Cement Penta Ocean Petro Steel Reem Emirates Aluminum Salam Industries Sets Societe Des Eaux Minerales Libanaises Sohar Aluminum Solas Marine Services Group South Valley Cement Plant Specialized Wood Establishment Takraf India Valentine Maritime Wadi EL-Nil HEALTH CARE Alhakim Medical Center Co. Department of Health and Medical Services (SEHA) Dubai Health Authority Dubai Healthcare City GlobeMed Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) King Abdullah Medical Center King Fahd Army Forces Hospital Ministry of Health Ministry of Health Kuwait NeoPharma RAFIC HARIRI Hospital FINANCIAL SERVICES Abraaj Capital Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) Abu Dhabi Investment Council (ADIC) Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank Ahli Bank - Qatar Al Masraf Amman Stock Exchange Arab Bank, Qatar Arab Banking Corporation
  • 239. CMCS Professional Development and Training 2014 240 Arab Jordan and Investment Bank Arcapita Bank Asymilate Financial Markets Bank Audi Bank Muscat Bankers-Assurance BANQUE DU LIBAN BML BNP-Paribas Burgan Bank Conseil Et Gestion Immobiliere - Audi Saradar Group Credit Card Services Company (CSC) Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) Emirates Bank Equity Bank of Kenya First Gulf Bank Gulf Finance House Jordan National Financial Center Kuwait Finance Center Kuwait Finance House Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz) Mashreq Bank Masraf Al Rayan Misys Banking System National Bank of Kuwait Qatar Financial City Authority (QFCA) Qatar Islamic Bank Qatar National Bank Qatar National Financial Market Samba Financial Group Syrian International Islamic Bank IT AND TELECOMS Advance Network Solutions Advanced Technology Investment Company AFAQ for Computer Technology Afghanistan Information Management Services (AIMS) Afnam Consulting Company Al Futtaim Technologies Al Reyami Technologies Alan Technology ALCATEL ALDADA Alfa Communication ALLIGNED Business Amphipole SAL Aneo Arabian Advanced Systems Asia Cell Telecom ASIACELL AspenTech ATEN Communications Atlas Telecommunication Avio Helitronics InfoSystems Pvt. Ltd BMB SAL C4 Advanced Solutions Clifton Myers Enterprises CME Offshore Consolidated Gulf Co Cybertech Dama Max Data Consult Datel Services Datel Systems & Software Company EASTNETS E-Marine Emirates Integrated Telecom Company (DU) EQUANT EGYPT (Orange) Equatech Sal Ericsson E-tech Etisalat Family Computers Futtaim Technologies Futureware IT Hatta Computers Co. LLC HBO Middle East HITS Telecom Africa HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. IDMI sal offshore Industrial and Management Technology Methods Info Comm Information Tech Injazat Data Systems International Information Technology IT Works iTeam ITS Key Information Tech leBlanc LOOTAH IT SOLUTIONS LS2 Technologies Lunasat Holding Management Systems International (MSI) Mobile Interim Co MOBILY Modern Freight Motorola MTN-Syria National Informatics NavLink ME Saudi Arabia NCCI Netiks International Netways OGERO Orange PAL TECH PAL Technology Qatar Datamation Qatar Telecom Qtel Qualco Quantum International Saudi Business Machines Shanfari Information System Shanfari information Technology Sharjah GIS Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited Smart Solutions Smartworld Source-IT FZ Stargate Cyberactive Studio Vision Syriatel TAMKEEN Technolift Technologies Inc. Telematics Networking Terabytes United Business Systems US Telecommunication WB Technologies NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AieServe Alzheimer’s Lebanon Bioresources Development & Conservation Programme CARITAS M.O.N.A HOW United Services Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD) - UAE International Relief and Development (IRD) Japan International Corporation Agency Jordan Engineers Association (JEA) Norwegian People Aid Order of Engineers & Architects The Syria Trust for Development United Nations (Kabul) United Nations OPS (UNOPS) United Nations UNIFIL USAID FMCG Amana Foods Gulf Coffee Co. Gulf Franchising Co. Nestle waters Oman Flour Mills Co. Societe Moderne Libanaise pour le Commerce (SMLC) -Pepsico Supreme Foodservice MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT Cre8mania Fred Olsen Production LBC MBC PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Deloitte Corporate Finance PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) SPARC 360° Development AEROSPACE AND AVIATION Emirates Airline ETIHAD AIRWAYS MENA Jet Middle East Airlines Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Arabia (NGMSA) Saudi Arabian Airlines EDUCATION Abu Dhabi University Knowledge Group Academia Management Solutions International (AMSI) Academy for Education Development Ajman University American Lebanese Language Center American University of Beirut (AUB) American University of Dubai (AUD) American University of Sharjah (AUS) AMET University Andhra University Arab Academy for science and technology and Beirut Arab University (BAU) Caledonian College of Engineering College of Engineering-Kidangoor College of the North Atlantic Expertise Training Center (ETC) Farabi Technology Global University Government College of Engineering ilearn International School of Choueifat Kawader Al Tanmiyah Institute King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) King Khaled University Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR) Kuwait University Lebanese American University (LAU) Media Computers Training New Indian Education Centre Ola Training Services Practical Technologies Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) Qatar University RIT Sama Al Fagr SREE NARAYANA GURU INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (SNGIST) Sultan Qaboos University Technical & Administrative Training Institute The Centre of Excellence for Applied Research & Training (CERT) UAE University Viswa Jyothi College of Engineering & Technology SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS Gulf Agency Company (GAC) IAP Worldwide Services Maritime Transport
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