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  • 1. Training Brochures Collaboration of Ignite Resources with VR Gobera 1
  • 2. About us
  • 3. Scheduling and Cost Control Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 1500 Now RM 1000 You will learn : •Use the work breakdown structure (WBS) to develop a network diagram. •Calculate the schedule and cost estimates using PERT and CPM. •Plan for schedule, scope, and cost variations. •Predictfuture project performance based on historicaldata •Predict, assign and tabulate resource requirements. •Monitorchanges and close out projects on time. Course Overview : In this course you will focus on managing the constraints you face I in any project: limits on time, human resources, materials, budget and specifications. Discover proven ways to work within your identifiedconstraints, without letting predefined limits curtail creativityor innovation. You will gain hands-on experience, practicingyour skills in building project requirementsand the work breakdown structure. You will learn a sound, logical frameworkfor scheduling and controlling project activities. And you will master techniques for estimating, forecasting,budgeting, monitoring, controlling, analyzing and reporting costs and interpreting the meaning of earned-valuedata. Individualand small-groupexercises feature scenarios that help hone these skills, and a comprehensivetoolkit provides practical fieldguidance. Key Topics EssentialBackground ● Overview of the project management life cycle ●The project constraints ● Planning tools ● Project requirements—areview ●The work breakdown structure Resource Allocationand Estimating ● Using estimates for scheduling and cost control ● The basic rules of estimating ● Levels of estimating and estimate types ● Four estimating methodologies ● Identifyingcontrollablecosts ● Planning for risk with contingency ● Building the project resource pool ● Time-controlledestimates ● Resource-limitedestimates Scheduling ● Network scheduling ● Precedence diagrams ● Basic scheduling and network calculations ● Advanced precedence relationships ●● Gantt and milestone charts The Baseline ● Establishing baselines ● Understanding types of baselines ● Time-phased distributionof costs ● Cumulative cost curves ManagingChange Within the Project ● The process of control ● Identifyingsources of change ● Screening change ● Updating the project plan ● Communicatingchange PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Covered: 1 Project Integration Management 2 Project Scope Management 3 Project Time Management 4 Project Cost Management 5 Project Communication Management 7 Project Risk Management
  • 4. Earned Value Management (EVM) Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 3500 Now RM 1500 You will learn : •Students will learn how to monitor a project with Earned Value Metrics. •Analyze budget, actual, forecast, and performed costs for complete control. •Determineif a project is ahead of schedule, behind schedule, over budget, or under budget by analyzing the earned value KPIs. •Track the variances between what was budgeted and how the project is being executed. .Course Overview : Earned Value Management (EVM) is a project control process based on a structured approach to planning, cost collectionand performance measurement. It facilitates the integration of project scope, time and cost objectives and the establishment of a baseline plan for performance measurement. You’ll review key project documents to gain an understanding of their relationshipto effective project evaluation and control using EVM. You’ll explore the challenges and approaches involved in establishing a baseline and obtaining accurate, timely and useful informationto measure project performancewith EVM. Key Topics 1. Evaluation and Control In a Project ●What is the difference between evaluation and control? ●The challenges of evaluation and control ● How do you accomplish effective evaluation and control? ● Why Apply EVM? ● What Governs EVM Practice? ● What Does an EVM System Look Like? 2. EffectiveEarned Value Management ●EVM “How to get the number and what does it means” ● Formulas for control ● EVM rules and best practice. 3. Data Collection, Change Management and Baseline Management ● Variance tolerances and thresholds ●Setting the project baseline ● Monitoring and controllingthe baseline ● Monitoring and controllingscope, schedule, and cost 4. EVM Reporting ● EVM reports ● Tracking EVA ● Project reviews with EVA metrics 5. Implementationof EVM ● Requirements of the organization ● Challenges to implementation ● Developing your plan for implementation PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Covered: 1 Project Integration Management 2 Project Scope Management 3 Project Time Management 4 Project Cost Management 5 Project Communication Management 7 Project Risk Management 8 Project Quality Management 9 Project Procurement Management Required Prerequisites Primavera P6 – Basic Course
  • 5. Managing Project In Primavera® P6 Professional - Fundamental Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 3500 Now RM 1500 You will learn : ●This course provides hands-on training for Primavera’stand alone based solution, leading participantsthrough the entire project life cycle, from planningto execution. Topics include adding activities, sequencing activities,and creating a baseline. Participantsalso gain a thorough backgroundin the concepts of planning and scheduling. ● Recognize the common pitfalls in the planning and how to avoid them . Course Overview : This 2 day training course covers the basic project management functionality,from project creation through execution and control, in Primavera’sstandalone application. Participantswill learn how to create a project, create a work breakdown structure, add activities, Customise activity views, create relationships, schedule a project, assign constraints, View the enterprise project structure, optimise the project schedule, assign roles and resources, analyse recourses and costs, baseline the project plan, execute the project, customise dashboards, manage risk view reports. Key Topics 1. Introduction to PrimaveraP6 ● PrimaveraP6 Vs Ms.Project ● PrimaveraP6 role in Project Management 2. Data, Navigating, and Layouts ● Open an existing project ● Navigate in the Home window and Activities window ● Open an existing layout ● Customize a layout 3. Creating a Project ● Create a project ● Navigating in the Projects Window ●ViewingProject Details 4. Creating a Work Breakdown Structure ●Definea Work Breakdown Structure ●Create multiplelevels of a WBS hierarchy 5. Adding Activities ●Describingan Activity and its Components ●DescribingActivity Types ●Adding Activities 6.Creating Relationships ●Viewinga Network Logic Diagram ●RelationshipTypes ●Creating Relationships 7. Scheduling ●Perform a forward and backward pass ●Identifyloops and open ends ●Calculate a schedule ●Analyze the scheduling log report 8. Formatting Schedule Data ●Group activitiesaccording to a specific criteria ●Sort activities ●Create a filter PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Covered: 1 Project Integration Management 2 Project Scope Management 3 Project Time Management 4 Project Cost Management 5 Project Communication Management 7 Project Risk Management 8 Project Quality Management 9 Project Procurement Management
  • 6. Managing EPC Project In Primavera® P6 Professional Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 3500 Now RM 1500 You will learn : •Students will learn how to properly develop an EPC Project Plan based on actual case-study data, with emphasis on Resource, Cost, and Schedule Management,including Earned-ValuePerformanceand Reporting. ● All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management:schedule, resource and costs. ● Learn the different phases of EPC scheduling and control. Course Overview : This 2 day training course has been designed for the people responsible for the Project Management & Control functions associated with Engineering,ProcurementConstruction & Commissioning(EPC) projects in the energy sector. To maximizethe effectiveness of PrimaveraP6™ for managing EPC projects the training course t not only focuses on the ability to use the software effectively,it focuses also on EPC Project Methodology, providingbest-practices for effective Project Management, Planning & Scheduling, and Project Controls to ensure your overall project meets your key performancetargets: cost, duration, safety, quality, and worker efficiency. Participantswill learn how to properly develop an EPC Project Plan based on actual case-study data, with emphasis on Resource, Cost, and Schedule Management,including Earned-ValuePerformanceand Reporting. Key Topics 1. Introduction to EPC planning ● The flow of an EPC planning 2. Engineeringplanning ● Create engineering WBS ● Engineeringresource planning ● Create Engineeringresource calendar ● Engineeringman-hour planning ● Link engineering activities 3.Procurement ● Procurement resource planning ● Create procurement WBS ● Procurement and subcontracting demarcation ●Link procurement activities. 4. Construction ●Definedependencies between engineeringand procurement. ●Create construction WBS ●Construction resource planning 5. Activity codes ●Creating Activity Codes ●Creating User-definedFields (UDF) 6.Creating Dependencies ●Link EPC activities ●Analyse relationship ●Viewinga Network Logic Diagram 7. Delay Analysis ●Type of delay ●Assign activity code for delay 8.Criticalpath management ● Longest Path vs Zero Float ● Presenting Longest Path ●Identifycriticalpath (Longest path and zero float) PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Covered: 1 Project Integration Management 2 Project Scope Management 3 Project Time Management 4 Project Cost Management 5 Project Communication Management 7 Project Risk Management 8 Project Quality Management 9 Project Procurement Management
  • 7. Primavera® P6 Earned Value Management Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 3500 Now RM 1500 You will learn : •Students will learn how to monitor a project with Earned Value Metrics. •Analyze budget, actual, forecast, and performed costs for complete control. •Determineif a project is ahead of schedule, behind schedule, over budget, or under budget by analyzing the earned value KPIs. •Track the variances between what was budgeted and how the project is being executed. .Course Overview : Earned Value Management (EVM) is a project control process based on a structured approach to planning, cost collectionand performance measurement. It facilitates the integration of project scope, time and cost objectives and the establishment of a baseline plan for performance measurement. This course provides hands-on training for Oracle PrimaveraP6, focusing on Earned Value Management in PrimaveraP6. Earned Valve Management in PrimaveraP6 will teach you how to measure your project's performance using consistent calculationsand data to steer decisions utilizingPrimavera P6. In this course , you will learn the value analysis with oil and gas project as an a sample. Key Topics 1. Evaluation and Control In a Project ●What is the difference between evaluation and control? ●The challenges of evaluation and control ● How do you accomplish effective evaluation and control? 2. EffectiveEarned Value Management ●EVM “How to get the number and what does it means” ● Formulas for control ● EVM rules and best practice. 3. Data Collection, Change Management and Baseline Management ● Variance tolerances and thresholds ●Setting the project baseline ● Monitoring and controllingthe baseline ● Monitoring and controllingscope, schedule, and cost 4. Calculate EVA Elements ● How Primaveracalculate EVA 5. Applied Earned Value in Primavera ● Hands-on EVA calculationwith Primavera 6. Customize PrimaveraP6 for EVA 7. Analyze Project Performanceusing EVA 8. Customize PrimaveraP6 for EVA 9. Analyze Project Performanceusing EVA 10. Prepare EVA Report ● Prepare Earned Value report with PrimaveraP6 PMBOK® Guide Knowledge Areas Covered: 1 Project Integration Management 2 Project Scope Management 3 Project Time Management 4 Project Cost Management 5 Project Communication Management 7 Project Risk Management 8 Project Quality Management 9 Project Procurement Management Required Prerequisites Primavera P6 – Basic Course
  • 8. Presentation Skill : Pitch Your Slides Classroom 2 day 9 am to 5pm Material Course manual Free online portal Price RM 1500 Now RM 300 You will learn : Each day, leaders convey ideas, moving minds and persuade people to act. In this course you will learn the principlesof story and visual thinking that persuade audiences and initiate action. Stories can be a powerful tool for advocacy, persuasion and leadership. But how can you reliablyproduce just the right story at the right time? This workshop is open to all who write content, and must express the informationin a clear and visually compellingmessage. Course Overview : “PitchYour Slides” will challengeyour traditionalapproach in creating slides by teaching you how to be a visual thinker. You will learn the art of turning words into pictures and simplifyingcomplex concepts. Storytelling in “Pitch Your Slides” focuses on audience, message and story. Duringthis curriculum,learners gain understanding of the context of a presentation, to work within a story framework, create audience empathy and emotional appeal, arrange messages for greater impact, and strengthen their structure with story attributes Learners will discover the best practices for visuallydisplaying their messages – one idea per slide, avoiding visual clichés, arranging slide elements for clear communication,and turning words into diagrams in order so that they can create more memorablepresentations and stronger calls-to-action. By creating powerful stories and then communicatingthem in your own uniquelyhuman way, you’ll see how causes, careers and businesses can gain momentum. Key Topics •The Power and Structure of Story •The Presentation Form – the shape of great communications •Audience Journey™ – and your role as the presenter •The Story Journey Map– writing content that resonates and create impact on your audience •Visualclarity – define Signal and Noise •Visualizeinformation – tools to turn words into pictures and data into stories •Storyboardingtechniques – quick sketching to try out ideas •Arrange elements for clear communication •Visualunity – applying design thinking to presentations What is design thinking? • Presentation spectrum – and choosing the best tool to deliver the message • Glance Media – and defining Signal and Noise •Build emotional appeal to connect your message to the audience . •Compare good visual design principlesagainst typical presentations. •Slide types – and how to fix the InformationOverload, Wordy Slides, Dense Data and DisorganizedSlides
  • 9. Ignite & VR GoberaPowered by Geniustribes.com Passion. Creativity. Leadership.
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  • 11. 11 Free online portal Free access to e- library Free notes download Free e-book download Free newspaper article download Free membership Free case study download Free lesson in CD