Intensive training, which is aimed exclusively at practicing practical skills. In two days, the participants work out all the key points necessary for successful project management. The intensive-course is for construction project managers and for those who would like to become a project manager in construction.
Construction Project Manager
Quality control managers and engineers
Format: Offline Duration: 2 working days
Course content Day 1 Construction project planning 1.1. Specifics of construction project management: 1.1.1. Types of international project management standards; 1.1.2. Characteristic features of construction projects; 1.1.3. Life cycle of construction projects; 1.1.4. The specifics of information technology in construction. 1.2. Construction project management processes: 1.2.1. Project Management Process Groups; 1.2.2. Areas of knowledge of project management; 1.2.3. Business game: "Intuitive project management and expert advice". 1.3. Project planning: 1.3.1. Main stages of construction project - Engineering and survey works, Material and technical support, Construction and installation works, Commissioning works: a. Stage of planning a construction project according to international standards (PMI PmBoK); b. Stage of planning a construction project according to Kazakhstani construction norms; 1.3.2. Difference between levels of responsibility for buildings and structures (categories 1, 2 and 3 of responsibility for buildings and structures); 1.3.3. Sketch project. Nuances and limitations. Approval procedure; 1.3.4. Design stages. Stage P (Project) and stage WD (Working Documentation); 1.3.5. Content of source materials necessary for the development of project documentation: APT (Architectural and Planning Task), TC (Technical Conditions) - description of the entire process. Review deadlines; 1.3.6. Issuing a design assignment. Requirements according to construction norms. Choice of a general design organization, what to pay attention to according to local construction norms; 1.3.7. Planning the budget of the construction project. Stages of cost planning; 1.3.8. Development of project documentation. Schedule, acceptance procedure; 1.3.9. Approval of project documentation with local executive authorities and owners of engineering networks; 1.3.10. Expertise of project documentation. State and non-state expertise. Deadlines, cost; 1.3.11. Approval of project documentation with the customer. Nuances when approving with the customer depending on the stage of design (single-stage and two-stage design); 1.3.12. Main participants of the construction project, distribution of responsibility; 1.3.13. Selection of project participants (general contractor, author's supervision and technical supervision). Local qualification requirements; 1.3.14. Development of Project Management Plan, Organizational and Technological Documentation (Project Organization for Construction, Project Сommissioning Works, Technological Cards, etc.); 1.3.15. Planning project quality. Principles of building a quality control system for a construction project (QA/QC Plan, ITP, TC); 1.3.16. Types of quality control; 1.3.17. System of regulatory documentation for quality control in Kazakhstan; 1.3.18. Work production schedule. Main provisions; 1.3.19. Planning project cost. Budgeting. Accuracy of cost estimation; 1.3.20. Project risk analysis; 1.3.21. Group work: Cost estimation, risk analysis, and schedule development. Calculation of reserves.
Day 2 Execution of a construction project 2.1. Launch of the construction project execution stage: 2.1.2. Organizational documentation of the project (Project Organization for Construction, Project Commissioning Works, etc.); 2.1.3. Notification of the authorities responsible for state architectural and construction control and supervision about the start of construction and installation works. 2.1.4. State control and supervision over construction. 2.2. Quality management of the construction project: 2.2.1. Quality control bodies, their obligations (VET, OCC, technical supervision, etc.); 2.2.2. Inspection Management (NFI, NRI); 2.2.3. Nonconformity Report (NCR); 2.2.4. Business Case: Nonconformity Report (NCR). 2.3. Construction schedule management: 2.3.1. Monitoring compliance with construction deadlines for key project milestones; 2.3.2. Tracking the project schedule; 2.3.3. Business case: cost schedule management. 2.4. Project cost management: 2.4.1. Earned Value Management (EVM) method for project cost control; 2.4.2. Intellectual game "EVM - Earned Value Management"; 2.4.3. Financial aspects in a construction project: 22.214.171.124. Accounting nuances for construction; 126.96.36.199. Project evaluation (NPV, IRR); 188.8.131.52. Control of financial indicators; 184.108.40.206. Analysis of a practical business case on financial management. 2.5. Construction project change management: 2.5.1. Change management plan; 2.5.2. Procedures and interaction order of stakeholders. 2.6. Project risk management: 2.6.1. Typical risks of project schedule tasks; 2.6.2. Risk control; 2.6.3. Business case: "Calculating the current level of project risks". 2.7. Closure of the construction project: 2.7.1. Provision of commissioning works, operational readiness, and transfer to operation; 2.7.2. Acceptance of buildings and structures according to Kazakhstan norms, responsible persons, and their obligations; 2.7.3. Procedure for closing the project.