Focus Project Management - Welcome
Email: Click here to email us | Tel: -


Home"" Home
About Us About Us
Search Courses Search Courses
Which Course? Which Course?
Company Training Company Training
Distance Learning Distance Learning
Links & Resources Links & Resources
FAQs FAQs
Contact Us Contact Us



advanced search

Receive our Newsletter:



course outline
Managing Rail Infrastructure Projects

Duration: 2 days
Course Code: PMPMRIP
Enquire about this course
Download a Booking Form
Request a Course
Which Course?
Back to Previous Search Results
Print Course Outline
Background
 
The dynamic, transient and specific nature of projects is a source of constant challenge and concern. This 2-day event is focused on how to effectively deliver rail infrastructure projects and develop appropriate interpersonal management skills. The course uses a rail specific case study and follows a typical lifecycle, reviewing the main inputs, producing the key deliverables and applying the appropriate processes in each phase.

< Click here to go directly to Course Outline Details >

Next available Non-Residential courses:-

  Venue  Date  Price  Availability
Arrow London - Waterloo, London 10 October 2006 £635
+VAT
Spaces
  [Enquire] [Book] [Venue Information]


Notes:
Learning Objectives
 
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to:
• Explain the principles, practices, tools and techniques of project management.
• Describe how project management processes are integrated to implement rail infrastructure projects.
• Discuss the key roles and responsibilities in project management.
• Be able to apply proven management skills, processes and tools to better deliver rail infrastructure projects.
• Consolidate existing knowledge and experience with established good rail infrastructure project practices.
• Confidently manage re-scoping and re-budgeting exercises during execution.
• Have utilised the knowledge and practised the skills acquired.
 
Topics covered
 
This highly interactive and participative course covers the following areas:
• Introductions and Expectations
• Overview of Project Management:
o Introduction to typical Rail Project Lifecycle and Stage Gate Reviews
o Links to External Funding Bodies (SRA and Tfl)
o Roles and Responsibilities:
• Output Definition:
o Value Management, Stakeholders/Stakeholder Analysis, RACI Matrix, Success Criteria
o Project Environment, Order of Magnitude Estimating, Sponsors Remit & High Level Business Case
• Pre-Feasibility:
o Functional Specification, Option Identification/High Level Assessment, Budget Estimating, Project Safety Strategy, Strategic Risks
• Option Selection:
o Project Strategy, Feasibility Estimate, Option Selection Report
• Single Option Development:
o Project and Option Investment Appraisal, Consents, Approvals and Possessions Strategy, Outline Business Case
• Detailed Design:
o Estimating, Work Breakdown Structure, Schedule Planning, Resource Planning, Cost Planning, Cash Flow Forecasts
• Project Risk Management
• Procurement Management
• Project Planning Summary:
o Complete Detailed Implementation Plan, CDM requirements, Quality Plan, Possession planning, Acceptance Planning
• Construction Test and Commissioning:
o Method Statements, Monitoring, Control and Reporting, Earned Value Analysis, Change Control, Configuration Management
• Scheme Hand Back:
o Acceptance, Hand Back and Acceptance Certificates
o Project Close-Out:
o Completions Certificates, As Built Drawings, Maintenance Documentation, Review and Audit, Critical Success Factors
 
Attendance
 
This course is suitable for anyone working in a rail infrastructure project environment.


footer bar

Focus Project Management, -

[ Terms & Conditions ] |  [ sitemap ] |  [ Tel: - ] |  [ Email: Click here to email us ]