Project Management

http://www.edi-cambodia.org/
 Training on
Project Management
14-15 Feb 2015
 
Project Management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. A project is a temporary endeavor with a defined beginning and end, usually time-constrained (Delay or dwelling), and often constrained by funding (Cost) and deliverables (Quality aspect), undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value. The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast with business as usual (or operations), which are repetitive, permanent, or semi-permanent functional activities to produce products or services. In practice, the management of these two systems is often quite different, and as such requires the development of distinct technical skills and management strategies. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while honoring the preconceived constraints. The primary constraints are scope, time, quality and budget. The secondary, and more ambitious, challenge is to optimize the allocation of necessary inputs and integrate them to meet pre-defined objectives.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of 2 days professional training all participants (any knowledge of project management and experienced) will be able to:
  • Understand truly general functions of Project management;
  • Develop and implement project following the project cycle;
  • Manage the project team in a proper way under constraint of project (Cost, Delay and Quality);
  • Manage the project by the method PDCA (Plan, Do, Check and Action);
  • Arrange project team meeting effectively;
  • Develop appropriate project management strategies following each field of the participants.

COURSE CONTENTS 
Module 1: Challenge of Project Management
Module 2: Project Management Approaches

2.1 Approach in 5 phases
2.2 Approach staking
2.3 V Cycle Approach
2.4 Approach cutting tasks
2.5 Cutting approach in WBS activities
2.6 Approach by design pattern

Module 3: Deepening of the steps
3.1 preliminary study (also known as or pre-feasibility or opportunity)
3.2 launch or initialization
3.3 general study and detailed study (or specifications)
3.4 Research and determining solutions to the project manager
3.5 Step realization and control or manufacturing
3.6 Revenue Analysis Step
3.7 distribution or deployment
3.8 Monitoring performance and quality
3.9 Post-project review or PPR

Module 4: Process development and project steering
4.1 Project Planning
4.2 Risk Management

Module 5: Common Problems in Project Management
5.1 Budget and schedule critical path
5.2 Lookouts Project

TRAINER PROFILE

http://edi-cambodia.org/Mr. Jean-Baptiste CHHUOR is graduated in Advanced Master of Maintenance Management from ENSAM Arts & Métiers ParisTech France in 1999; Fluid Industrial Engineer from ENSMP Mines ParisTech France in 1997; Electrical Engineer from ITC (former ITSAKS, Institut Technique Supérieur de l’Amitié Khmèro-Soviétique, commonly called “Sala Techno”), Phnom Penh Cambodia in 1975. As Senior System Engineer, he has acquired over 35 years of experiences of which 5 years in Cambodia, and over 30 years in France, Europe and oversea (U.A.E., India, Thaïland, Malaysia,  …). He is experienced in Project Management, System Management and supervision of all activities as Team Leader for all types of industries: Energy, Power Supply, Construction, Aerospace, Auto mobile, Agri-Food, Oil & Gas and Transportation especially in Railway Signalling & Train Control Systems.

He is carrying out to the System Performance based on:
  • Dependability (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety: RAMS), in Risk Management and Safety Assurance of the compliance with Reliability and Safety particularly in strict compliance with the Standards and Regulations mainly those of CENELEC Standards: EN 50126, EN 50128, EN 50129, IEC 61508 and French Standards: IN 1417 & IN 1418. Technical Expert, Independence Safety Assessor (ISA): Safety Audits, Document Review, Site/Factory Inspection, Test Commissioning, Assessment Report and Railway Signaling and Train Control System Safety Certificate.
  • System Analysis by using Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) throughout the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) of products and service. Strong in Project Management following the V cycle (Requirement analysis, Design, Process Engineering, Validation, Operations and Maintenance).
  • Maintenance Management and Industrial Product Development by using the control methodology such as FA/VA, Product design to Target Cost/Cost Driven, 5M, 5S, FMEA, TPM,… Improved industrial organization and production system maintenance by optimizing cost and reliability.

METHODOLOGY
This program is fundamental course of Project Management in order to share to participants to understand what, why, how the project start, who develops it and what it gives as result. It can be   participative and practical. Emphasis on learning through experience, both from structured exercises and group discussions lead the way to effective understanding. The Project Management for specific field can be more detailed by request of the participants or concern unit in next specialised course.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This essential program is challenging designed for young engineers who want to understand the fundamental knowledge of Project Management, but it is also designed for the professionals in companies, public institution, factories such as Team Leaders, Project Managers, Workshop Leaders, Designers, Brand Managers, Product Managers, Business Development Managers and other non-technical professionals such as Human Resources who interest in effective and strategic management.

COURSE DETAILS 
Date:               14-15 Feb 2015
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am- 5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 230 (Exclude any Taxes)
Early Bird:       US$ 200 (Register before February 06)
The Fee includes: Lunch, Refreshments, Materials and Certificate of Participation. 

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
 #22, St. 51┴154, Sangkat Phsar Thmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 966 967 / 015 728 123/ 017 59 46 19/ 015 729 123
Email: info@edi-cambodia.org  / training@edi-cambodia.org

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