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11 - 13 October 2021
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Registration Fee (inclusive of 6% SST):
IEM Member - RM1,229.60
Non Member - RM1,600.60
IEM Training Academy Sdn Bhd
(Wholly-owned by The Institution of Engineers Malaysia and
formerly known as IEM Training Centre Sdn. Bhd)
SBL-Khas HRDF Claimable
PROFILE OF COURSE FACILITATOR
Ir. Frankie Chong, B.Sc., MBA, P.Eng., MIEM, PMP is a professional engineer and a certified PMP with an in-depth knowledge and more than 30 years of working experience in managing small and large projects in various industries. His main areas of work experience include project management & consultancy, engineering operations and technical development, business reengineering, strategic planning, education and training.
He specializes in conducting Project Management seminars, PMP Certification courses, consultancy services and training both locally and internationally. Hundreds of participants have benefited from his training which is knowledge and skillbased, action-orientated, highly interactive and complemented with exercises, practical applications and real-life case studies. The general feedback describes his training as stimulating, informative and effective.
He was also a Chief Paper Examiner of a U.K. University Project Management module, past Chairman and Adviser of The Institution of Engineers Malaysia Project Management Technical Division, certified trainer with H R D F , a member of the Consultative Panel Committee of MOF’s Professional Services Development Corporation, and a panel expert and trainer for government Construction Industry Development Board.
Master the essential integrated project management knowledge, best practices and skills, including software applications in 3 days! With cross references to PMBOK®, a world class Project Management standard developed by USA-based Project Management Institute.
Project Management is a systematic application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholders’ needs and expectations. Studies have shown that the success rate of projects will increase when a structured and integrated approach to project management is adopted, thus enhancing ROI and overall customer satisfaction.
Unlike other workshops, this intensive 3-day program begins with a unique 2-day Step-by-Step approach in covering the essential principles and people skills of Project Management complemented with ample working exercises and examples, templates and real-life experiences, and ends with 1-day learning and application of a user-friendly Microsoft Project software tool.
- Master fundamental project management knowledge, skills, concepts, tools and techniques with cross references to world class standard in USA-based Project Management Institute’s body of knowledge PMBOK®.
- Understand & apply the best practices in carrying out a feasibility study, to initiate, define, plan, implement, monitor, control & close- out phases of a Project Life Cycle.
- Justify project & link project goals to stakeholder needs.
- Identify the critical role and functions of project managers.
- Avoid costly mistakes by gaining an insight into the success and failure factors of projects.
- Improves your project success rate by enhancing your management skills in leading, motivating, communicating and resolving conflicts.
- Be more confident in forecasting time and cost of project completion.
- Develop SMART Objectives, WBS, Project Plan & Schedule
- Develop network diagrams to analyse Critical Path and compress project duration
- Estimate project costs, & budget using simple, proven techniques
- Identify project risks and develop quality objectives
- Save time & effort by using Microsoft Project software tool.
- Terminating project with Post Implementation Review & lessons learned
- Networks with other participants and shares valuable experiences.
Module 1: INTRODUCTION AND KEY CONCEPTS
New Management Challenges | Definitions, Characteristics and Framework of Project Management | Triple Constraints & Trade-offs | Project Life Cycle Phases, SDLC and Processes | Benefits and problems of Project Management | Success and Failure factors in Malaysian scenario | De-facto standards and methodology | Survey on best practices in Malaysia
Module 2: PROJECT INITIATION
Project Vision & Mission, Purpose and Goal |Selection Method | Develop a Business Case | Undertake a Feasibility Study | Establish the Terms of Reference / Project Charter | Appoint a Project Team | Functional, Matrix, Projectized Organizations | Identifying & analyzing the important players and stakeholders | Financial techniques, ROI, NPV, IRR, Payback, Cost- Benefits | Roles and responsibilities of Project Manager and Team | Kick off meeting
Module 3: PROJECT PLANNING
Develop Project Plan | Collect Requirements | Define Scope | Create Work Breakdown Structure | Define & Sequence Activities | Estimate Activity Resources & Durations | Develop Project Schedule | Determine Budget | Assign Responsibilities using RAM | Gantt chart, CPM, PERT Analysis & Compression techniques | Develop Subsidiary Plans: Resources, Financial, Quality, Risk, Acceptance, Communication, Procurement
Module 4: PROJECT EXECUTION
Direct and Manage Project Work | Management skills in leading, motivating, communicating & resolving conflicts | Distribute Project Performance Information | Manage Stakeholder Expectations | Tendering & award Contract | Perform Quality Assurance | Activate Project Board & Change Control System
Module 5: PROJECT CONTROL
Monitor and Control Project Work | Milestone Chart, Variance analysis, S-curve, Earned Value Analysis | Perform Integrated Change Control | Verify Scope | Perform Quality Control | Report Performance | Monitor and Control Risks | Administer Procurements '
Module 6: PROJECT CLOSING
Close Procurements | Close Project or Phase | Review Project completion | Verify results & Auditing | Closing out financial, legal, contractual issues | Handing over procedures | Post Implementation Review and Lessons learned | Celebrating
Module 7: SUMMARY
Formula for success | 7 habits of effective project manager | Current and Future trends
A guided tour of Project
The Project interface: Finding your way around
The Backstage view: Managing files & options
The ribbon and tabs: Finding the features
Views: Working with schedule details
Reports: Seeing project status in new ways
Starting a new plan
Starting a new plan, and setting its start date
Setting nonworking days in the project calendar
Entering the plan’s title and other properties
Building a task list
Entering task names
Entering task durations
Entering a milestone task
Creating summary tasks to outline the plan
Creating task dependencies with links
Switching task scheduling to automatic
Checking the plan’s duration and finish date
Documenting tasks with notes and hyperlinks
Setting up resources
Entering work resource names
Entering resources’ maximum capacity
Entering resource pay rates
Adjusting working time in a resource calendar
Setting up cost resources
Documenting resources with notes
Assigning resources to tasks
Assigning work resources to tasks
Controlling work when adding or removing resource assignments
Assigning cost resources to tasks
Checking the plan’s duration, cost, and work
Formatting and sharing your plan
Customizing a Gantt Chart view
Customizing a Timeline view
Copying views and reports
Printing views and reports
Saving a baseline of your plan
Tracking a plan as scheduled
Entering a task’s completion percentage
Entering actual values for tasks
Exercise / Assessment Building A Factory
All participants MUST bring along unlocked laptop computers loaded with MS Project 2013 or later version software and power cable on the third day. Free trial version of MS Project 2013 software can be downloaded from internet.
Terms & Conditions:
IEMTA reserves the right to postpone, reschedule, allocate or cancel the course. Full refund less 30% if cancellation is received in writing more than 7 days before the start of the event. No cancellation will be accepted prior to the date of the event. However, replacement or substitute may be made at any time with prior notification and substitute will be charged according to membership status.