Training

Training courses :

Risk Management for Projects and Product Development - Nov. 25  

Value Engineering Module 2 - Nov. 25-Nov. 27  

Value Engineering for Project Managers - Nov. 25

 

 

Risk Management for Projects and Product Development

Alain LeBlanc– Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.

Date :  November 25th
Location :  Crowne Plaza, Ottawa Ontario

Course Description :
The course will cover the different aspects of risk management process from risk identification, assessment to mitigation plan.  Risk assessment will be of a semi-quantitative approach allowing estimating the risk impact in terms of recurring cost, schedule and other value criteria of the product or project. 

Value Engineering Module 2

Lucie Parrot– Nguyen Parrot

Date :  November 25th to November 27th
Location :  Crowne Plaza, Ottawa Ontario

Course Description :

  • Learn how to use VE/VA in many different situations
  • Expand your know-how to other contexts
  • Become more efficient moderators/facilitators
  • Become true VE/VA professionals

The course is based on the participants experience thus the attendees must have a basic knowledge of VE with a minimum of 3 or so VE workshops as participants or facilitator. A lot of discussion will take place, attendees must accept to share their knowledge with others to make this course interesting for all.

Day 1 topics are: Project structure and team building, variations to the job plan

Day 2 topics are: Function analysis and the Functional Performance Specification, cost analysis and value engineering presentations

Day 3 topics are: The creativity process, Value Management and personal skills

 

Value Engineering for Project Managers

Don Stafford– Robinson, Stafford & Rude Inc.

Date :  November 25th
Location :  Crowne Plaza, Ottawa Ontario

Course Description :

This one-day course is intended for project managers.  It provides information to allow you to knowledgeably include the value engineering process on your projects to increase their cost-effectiveness.  You will learn how to decide whether to use value engineering on specific projects, how to get good people to do the value engineering work, and how to get the most out of the value engineering process. You will also learn what the designer’s role is in the value engineering process and how the efforts of both the designer and the value engineering efforts in the process should be scoped.

 

 

 



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