Engineering Project Management

Duration: 80 Hrs | Delivery Mode: Online / Classroom

Become an expert project engineer, get trained in cutting edge technologies and work on real-life industry grade projects.

Eligibility: B. Tech / M. Tech Engineering

ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Project Management & Planning

Program Overview

Engineering project management training helps you manage your project and enhance your project outcome, and it enables you to manage multiple tasks at the same time. Engineering project management training allows you to recognize the skills you need for the project management, including the ones you already have and need to improve and those you need to develop. You will learn how to execute the step-by-step process to plan, implement and assess each engineering project; create policies for making other people capable and interacting with them on their progress. 

Engineering project management training will provides you with the techniques required for managing engineering projects in an understandable format that passes beyond the conventional idea of developing schedule and project planning, by investigating various aspects of PM processes. You will receive in-depth and comprehensive knowledge in the crucial principles of Project Management. Engineering project management training provides you with the opportunity of experiencing what you are taught with an example project. Half of this training belongs to practical exercises including real-world case studies, group activities, and hands-on workshops.
 

Key Course Agenda

Module 1

Engineering Project Management

  • Project management definition.

  • Project management for engineering projects.

  • Various types of projects.

  • The project management function.

  • Project initiation.

  • Risks of projects.

  • Project objectives.

  • Project success.

  • Terminology.

Module 2

Project Management Procedures

  • Writing project proposals.

  • Risk management planning.

  • Earned Value Management (EVM).

  • Project management review.

  • Project reporting.

  • Project closeout procedures.

Module 3

Value Management (VM)

  • Value management definition.

  • VM applications.

  • How to execute VM.

  • VM evaluation.

  • Protocols and methods.

  • VM advantages.

Module 4

Project Evaluation and Risk Management

  • Project appraisal.

  • Engineering risk.

  • Risk management methods.

  • Uncertainty management techniques.

Module 5

Project Management and Quality

  • Terminology.

  • Quality schemes.

  • Execution.

  • Quality expenses.

  • Quality circles.

  • Quality tactics.

  • Total quality management (TQM).

  • Business process re-engineering (BPR).

Module 6

Economics of Project

  • Budgeting the projects.

  • Sources of the money.

  • Project finance.

  • Financial tools.

  • Financial engineering.

  • Debt financing.

  • Forms of loans.

  • Evaluation and validity of financing projects.

  • Risks.

Module 7

How to Estimate Costs

  • Cost approximating.

  • Expense and price.

  • Significance of the early estimates.

  • Approximating methods.

  • Suitability of approximating methods to project phases.

  • Estimating for process plants.

  • Information technology application.

  • Realism of estimates.

Module 8

Planning

  • Programming.

  • Mindmaping your project

  • Network evaluation.

  • Revising the network

  • Resource scheduling.

  • Planning with improbability.

  • Software and modeling.

  • Gantt charts.

  • PERT diagrams.

  • Contingency plans.

Module 9

Earned Value Techniques

  • Project control.

  • Earned value terminology.

  • Earned value analysis theory.

  • Project functions and earned value relationship.

  • Importance of work done control.

  • Earned value analysis methods.

  • EVA application.

Module 10

Implementing Industrial Projects

  • Multidisciplinary projects.

  • Industrial projects.

  • Large scale engineering projects.

  • Legal systems.

  • Innovation.

Module 11

Earned Value Techniques

  • Project control.

  • Earned value terminology.

  • Earned value analysis theory.

  • Project functions and earned value relationship.

  • Importance of work done control.

  • Earned value analysis methods.

  • EVA application.

Module 12

Implementing Industrial Projects

  • Multidisciplinary projects.

  • Industrial projects.

  • Large scale engineering projects.

  • Legal systems.

  • Innovation.

Module 13

Project Scheduling

  • Project planning.

  • Project scheduling.

  • Desired outcomes of planning.

  • Planning and scheduling principals.

  • Roles and responsibilities.

  • Planning for multiple projects.

  • Planning and scheduling methods.

  • Network assessment schemes.

  • CPM diagram development from the WBS.

  • Computer applications.

  • Schedule coding scheme.

  • Cost distribution.

  • Resource distributions for design.

  • Resources for construction.

  • Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT).

  • Successor/predecessor correlations.

Module 14

Project Management Skills

  • Challenges and opportunities.

  • Allocation of work motivation.

  • Decision making.

  • Time management.

  • Prioritizing.

  • Communications.

  • Presentations.

  • Meetings.

  • Reports.

  • Training on project management tool [Primavera P6].

  • Training on project management tool [MS Project].

Training Objective

Upon the completion of engineering project management training, the attendees are able to:

  • Describe all phases of project and implement them skillfully.

  • Create scopes of work and implementation plans.

  • Apply control methods and earned value analysis.

  • Create checklists to guarantee project deliverables for each stage.

  • Improve their project management skills.

  • Apply proper skills according to each project.

  • Lead projects through technical appraisal and maintain management approvals.

  • Create sustainable, repeatable knowledge management for projects.

  • Identify the minimum crucial components of a Robust Project Plan.

  • Accurately analyze and distinguish between Statement of Requirement, Statement of Work and Work Breakdown structures.

  • Use proper timeline techniques of Milestone, Gantt, Network (PERT) and Critical Path according to the project.

  • Apply various forms of meeting and conflict resolution policies.

  • express an efficient meeting outline and action checklist, and perform a real Design Review.

  • Evaluate and manage risks via advanced techniques.

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