Project Scheduling Workshop

Many Project Managers and Project Analysts create, manage, modify, and maintain project schedules for one or more projects.  This process is complex and requires practical, hands-on experience. Creating a schedule includes defining a structured list of tasks; setting durations, dependencies and constraints; analyzing and assessing the critical path; loading resources and resource availability for a project; and, further defining other required project information.

Topic Scheduling
PDUs 16
Instructor William Broadus, PMP, RMP
Location Spalding Consulting
Time 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (1 hour lunch - many options nearby)
  1. Understand and demonstrate the steps necessary to develop and document:
    1. A set of task/activity definitions/list
    2. All required task/activity dependencies
    3. An estimate of resource requirements for identified tasks/activities (people, materials...etc.)
    4. A resource calendar for all organic or contractually available resources to include capability and availability (for example - a SW Engineer who works part-time M-Th from 0800-1700)

  2. Create a project critical path-based network aligned to the outputs of Objective 1a thru 1c above.

  3. Allocate resources to the project network based upon calendars and publish an initial project schedule.

  4. Revise project schedule based upon variations in resource capability and availability - "What If Scenarios" to include sickness, loss of people, changes in scope... etc.

Event Properties

Event Date 01-29-2019 8:00 am
Event End Date 01-30-2019 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 12-11-2018
Registered 18
Available place 17
Cut off date 01-27-2019
Individual Price $180.00
Location Spalding Consulting