PS-05 Project Team Building

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.

Course 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 course target is for project managers who want to develop their authentic skills and competencies to work in – or to lead – high performance team and also 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 and any project team member or individual who wants to become an effective project team member and eventually a project manager.

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering & Constructions, Manufacturing, Industrial, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Power & Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding & Repair Yards and FMCG.

Course Outline

  • 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

Certificate

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program.

PS-04 Motivating Project Teams

“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. 

Course 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 

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 and any project team member or individual who wants to become an effective project team member and eventually a project manager.

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering & Constructions, Manufacturing, Industrial, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Power & Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding & Repair Yards and FMCG.

Course Outline

  • 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

Certificate

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program.

PS-03 Managing Virtual Teams

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.

Course 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 

This course target is for Project managers whom are in charge of virtual teams and want to know how Manage their virtual Teams and also 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 and any project team member or individual who wants to become an effective project team member and eventually a project manager. 

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering & Constructions, Manufacturing, Industrial, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Power & Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding & Repair Yards and FMCG. 

Course Outline

  • 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

Certificate 

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program.

PS-02 The Leadership Challenges for Project Leaders

“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.

Course 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

 This course target is for Project leaders and managers who want to improve their leadership skills and raise their sights and also 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 and any project team member or individual who wants to become an effective project team member and eventually a project manager.

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering & Constructions, Manufacturing, Industrial, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Power & Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding & Repair Yards and FMCG. 

 

Course Outline

  • Understanding Challenges
  • Are You Proactive OR Reactive?
  • Pro-activity 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

Certificate

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program.

PS-01 Project Leadership Skills for Better Project Results

“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.

Course 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

 This course target is for Personnel in project management positions who need to improve their Leadership skills and also 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 and any project team member or individual who wants to become an effective project team member and eventually a project manager.

In What Industries

Government, Real Estate Development, Aerospace, Defense, Engineering & Constructions, Manufacturing, Industrial, Oil, Gas & Petrochemical, Power & Water Utility Plants, Retail, Financial Services, Information Technology, Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Management, Hospitality Management, Shipbuilding & Repair Yards and FMCG.

Course Outline

  • 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

Certificate

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program.

 

P821 Planning & Scheduling using Primavera P6, Advanced Level

Advanced planning and scheduling training provides in depth knowledge in the best practices of Planning and Scheduling using Primavera software, depending on the skills learned in Planning and Scheduling basic course. The delegates will be able to use an efficient and effective method to plan and control their projects.

Learning Outcome

  • Learn how to assign Baseline to update schedule
  • Learn how to compare actual progress to plan
  • Update using activity steps option
  • Using Methodology Management
  • Using best practice approach
  • Make major changes to activities using global change
  • Exporting and importing project to other format
  • Creating back-up to current project
  • Transferring data between Primavera and Microsoft excel
  • Duration type
  • Learn how to create budget log and adding change request
  • Level project resources to have the optimum resources managerial

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

project schedules, preparing EOT or those who are willing to contribute to Project success.

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

  • Assign baseline
  • Update Project
  • Update using activity steps
  • Project architect
  • Export project to methodology
  • Global change
  • Exporting and Importing files
  • Transferring data between primavera and Microsoft excel
  • Duration type
  • Budgeting Record and changes to budget
  • Leveling Resources

P895 Planning and Control using Microsoft® Project 2010 and PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition

This course is aimed at teaching students who understand A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Fifth 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 A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) processes
  • Set up the software
  • Define calendars
  • Add tasks that will represent A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Activities
  • Organize tasks and format the display
  • Add logic and constraints outlined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) process 6.2 Sequence Activities
  • Use Tables, Views and Filters which create the printouts and reports to support A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (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

PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

P811 Planning & Scheduling using Primavera P6, Basic Level

This course is an introduction to Planning and Scheduling tools using Primavera Software, leading Participants through the entire Planning life cycle from planning to execution. Topic includes Level of Planning, Monitoring and Controlling a Project, Resource analysis and calculation. All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management: Schedule, Resource and Costs.

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
  • Adding Constraints
  • Formatting Data
  • Defining Resources
  • Assigning Resources and Costs
  • Viewing Schedule Data
  • Compare current Vs target schedules
  • Analyzing Resources and Costs
  • Optimizing the Project Plan
  • Base lining the Project Plan
  • Project Execution and Control
  • Reporting Performance
  • Analyzing Resources and Costs
  • Updating the Schedule

Who Should Attend

This course is targeted for 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.

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
  • Levels of Planning
  • Monitoring and Controlling a Project
  • Creating a Project Plan
    • Understanding Planning and Scheduling Software
    • Understanding your Project
    • Understand Contract Document.
    • Study Contract Document
    • Understanding and study the project in more details
    • thinking of project steps/phases
    • Study site Layout
    • Study the available resources (Labor,equipment, material…).
    • Work shop
    • Define Activity, Activity ID, WBS.
    • Select the criteria to breakdown the project (Responsibility, stage, Position, BOQ) design & select the activity ID, Create activity list by using (drawings, BOQ).
    • Original duration and calculation.
    • Workshop
    • Relationship
    • Define Relationship & Types, and how we decide the type.
    • Resources analysis and calculation Calculations & Methods
    • Definition (critical activity, critical bath), Critical path calculation, Equations used to calculate (dates, total float, free float….)
    • Go through the software
    • Navigate the primavera screen
    • How to start primavera.
    • Opening an existing project.
    • Start project inputs
    • 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
    • Base lining the Project Plan
    • Project Execution and Control
    • Reporting Performance
    • Project Webs
    • Workshop
    • Study site Layout
    • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (template)
    • Create activity list by using (drawings, BOQ, SPECS) (template).
    • Creating Relationships.
    • Calculate original duration.
    • Study the available resources.
    • Resource template.
    • Cost account, cost calculation template.
    • Assign all above data in Primavera software.
    • Update schedule.
    • Reports and layout.

G831 Your Gate to Planning and Scheduling Workshop

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.

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
  • Understanding Planning and Scheduling Methods
  • Understanding your project
  • Understand Contract Document
  • Study Contract Document, Bill of Quantity and Drawings
  • Workshop
  • Understanding and study the project in more details
  • Reviewing project steps / phases
  • Study site layout, drawings and BOQ
  • Define activity, activity ID and WBS
  • Select the criteria to breakdown the project stage, Position, BOQ
  • Original duration and calculation
  • Workshop
  • Relationships
  • Define relationship types
  • Define float types
  • Workshop
  • Resource analysis and method of calculation
  • Definition

P891 Deltek Acumen Fuse and Acumen 360

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