**Contact TEXO for a username and password to register**
This course is a 2 part series
Dates: Thursday, October 8th and Wednesday, October 14th
Location: TEXO Dallas Conference Center
Room: Collaboration Room
$150- TEXO Member Discount Price
$250- Nonmember Price
Project scheduling is an essential tool for every project manager, executive and supervisor. Construction is difficult enough and having a solid plan can make the difference between success and failure. Good scheduling practices are essential to developing and maintaining a valid, useful critical path method (CPM) schedule. Understanding the best practices will help the user create a stronger schedule. This class will also discuss risk management, including identifying changes, noting contract requirements, developing and using fragnets, and preparing time impact analyses. This series will not require a computer or scheduling software.
PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO CPM SCHEDULING
- Part 1 will introduce participants to the fundamental concepts and best practices of CPM scheduling. Participants will learn the various elements of a CPM schedule, scheduling terms, and major concepts. This class will also teach proper practices, including activity development, logic types, types of float, criticality and the process of developing a baseline schedule.
PART 2: PROGRESS UPDATES / RISK MANAGEMENT, DELAYS, FRAGNETS & TIAs
- This class will concentrate on progress updates and risk management, beginning with progress updates. Cost and resource loading concepts and applications will also be discussed. Participants will be introduced to change management in the schedule, including delay analysis and methodologies.
Who Should Participate?
Need help deciding if you or someone from your team should sign up....
- Are you responsible for creating or monitoring the project schedule?
- Are you supervising personnel who performs the schedule?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this workshop was designed with you in mind! Time to get registered.
Meet the Expert
Aegis founding partner Brant Camp provides more than two decades of construction management experience to his clients. A recognized expert in the field of Critical Path method scheduling, Mr. Camp's work in CPM scheduling and management spans all types of construction from missile magazines to multi-building campuses. Mr. Camp's experience is equally diverse, having served as a Civil Engineer Corps officer, federal contracting officer, MEP Coordinator, QC manager, CPM schedules, and attorney with a focus solely on construction disputes. Mr. Camp created preliminary schedules, full baseline cost and resource loaded schedules and has represented designers, construction managers, owners, general contractors, and sub-contractors in all phases of construction.
TEXO reserves the right to cancel all or part of the above training up to 30 days prior to the scheduled event based on attendance numbers. A minimum of five people needs to be registered for this event to be held.
- Cancellations made between 14 and 8 days prior to the start date of the activity will be refunded in full.
- Cancellations made seven days or fewer prior to the start date of the activity, no refund but substitutions may be made.
Note that refund requests must be coordinated with Ashlyn Smith
If a registered attendee is unable to attend the class, a substitution can be made. Upon arrival, the new attendee must inform the instructor or TEXO staff member of the individual's name he or she is replacing.
Please contact TEXO at 972-647-0697 with any questions. If your company requires a PO # or a Job Cost Account, please provide this information when registering. Thank You!