OP402 - Project & Power Plant Outage Management

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2 days - 1.3 Continuing Education Units Awarded

On-Site-Only



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USD 1,695.00

Managing even small projects requires careful attention to detail and the ability to anticipate possible problems. No one individual can keep track of all the activities and issues associated with project implementation and execution for long without the necessary management skills and resources.

The Seminar is designed to serve as a practical on-the-job guide/reference for the new and experienced project manager who is responsible for the day-to-day management of all types of projects.

The text gives useful guidelines for project planning, project scheduling, project budgeting, staffing, managing human resources, communications, establishing and maintaining the project organization, training project team members, project control, corrective and preventive action, decision making, documentation and project closure, using microcomputers in project management and how to develop a project management work plan.

Do you work in a power plant or related industries?  If yes, then receive value-added instruction.  HPC's instructors are typically experienced engineers who have worked industry, have upgraded equipment, have managed outages, and can communicate.



OBJECTIVES:
Upon successful completion of this Seminar the participant should be able to:
  1. Develop and Define Project Objectives
  2. Demonstrate the Capability of Controlling the Project Workscope, Schedule, and Budget
  3. Demonstrate the Knowledge of the Constraints of Available Resources and Performance Requirements and how to Plan to Insure that Success Will be Achieved
  4. Describe the Qualities Required for Leadership Ability
  5. Demonstrate an Increased Capability to Make Decisions
  6. Define the Qualities that Enhance the Ability to Effectively Negotiate
Seminar OUTLINE:
  1. Introduction
  2. Project Management: The Project Management Concept, Project Management History, Project Management in the 90's and Beyond
  3. Project Planning: Project Workplan, Project Objectives and Goals, Workscope, Work Breakdown Structure
  4. Project Scheduling: Applications, Techniques, Defining Project Reports
  5. Staffing: Project Staffing Analysis, Management of Project Staff, Effective Leadership, Conflict Management, Team Building, Project Communications, Training, Decision Making
  6. Project Organization: Project Managers Role, Project Management in Different Organization Types, Project Organizations, Project Manager Responsibilities, Project Administrative Procedures
  7. Project Controls: Work Authorization, Project Reports, Effective Project Meetings, Change Management
  8. Project Problem Analysis: Gather Data, Identify Current Conditions, ID Differences, Evaluate Differences, Develop Seminar of Action, Follow Up
  9. Documentation: Project Progress Reports, Project Notebook, Closeout Documentation, Closeout Checklist
  10. Use of Microcomputers: Choosing the Correct Software, Decision Support Systems
  11. Case Studies
  12. Project Workplan Development
  13. Seminar Conclusion
TurboCareThis course is scheduled at TurboCare's facilities in 2010.