E&P Project Control ToolsPCTR/PCGB

Who should attend?

  • This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the techniques used to control a project.
Audience :
  • Professionals who have already occupied a position within a project task force and need to understand the fundamental project control processes.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • PROJECT CONTROL FRAMEWORK

      • Project control process map.
      • Project scope and execution strategy.
      • Project control plan implementation.
  • SCHEDULE

      • Schedule planning and development.
      • Progress and performance measurement.
      • Assess schedule and resource performance.
  • COSTS

      • Cost estimating and budgeting.
      • Resource planning.
      • Project cost accounting.
      • Assess cost performance.
      • Forecasting.
      • Project historical database management.
  • VALUE ANALYSIS & RISKS

      • Value analysis and engineering.
      • Risk management.
      • Assess risks factors.
  • PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT ROUND-UP, PROCUREMENT & CHANGES

      • Assess integrated earned value.
      • Assess work process and productivity.
      • Report project performance assessment.
      • Procurement planning.
      • Change management.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • specify scope and interfaces of the project control function,
  • improve communication among project actors,
  • master project control information: collection, process, report,
  • apply different methods and tools related to project control,
  • identify areas of concern and propose a corrective action plan.

Ways & Means

  • The course is illustrated by numerous examples taken from actual Exploration & Production projects.
  • A project case study is used stage-by-stage while constantly comparing the standpoints of the company and the contractor.