Whereas there are some risks and uncertainties in operational activities, just about every aspect of a project is subject to significant uncertainty and the possibility of things occurring or being discovered which can significantly impact, positively or negatively, its success. This COPEX training course explores a range of tools and techniques which can be used to support the exploration of risk and uncertainty in the content of projects, their schedule, finances and resources. This is underpinned by consideration of a structured approach to the identification, analysis and management of uncertainty, threats and opportunities, utilising the PMBOK® six Risk Management processes.
What are the Goals?
This COPEX training course enables attendees to:
Understand the use of technical, economic, financial & risk analysis in selecting projects that meet organisational objectives
Undertake financial analysis using Payback, NPV & IRR
Identify and quantify risk & uncertainties
Evaluate and manage risks using the latest tools & techniques
Manage uncertainties using Decision Trees and Project Management techniques - Network & Critical Path Analysis, Gantt Charts, Resource Planning, Contingency Planning & Earned Value Analysis
Who is this Training Course for?
This COPEX training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals, but will greatly benefit:
New & Experienced Supervisors
Team Leaders & Line Managers
Project & Process Engineers and Managers
Risk Managers and Professionals
Professionals at All Levels Involved in Projects
Day One: Project Appraisal & Analysis I
The Investment Criteria & The Investment Planning Process
Manpower Planning and Resource Smoothing & Levelling
Project Contingency Planning
Earned Value Analysis – Controlling Cost & Schedule Variances
COPEX Certificate of Attendance will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course
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