CONTRACT AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT – PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND CONTROL

Content

 

Project Planning

  • Project Management Definitions
  • Projects versus Operations
  • Managing Project Constraints
  • Applications of Project Management
  • Project Life-Cycle

How and Why Contracts are Drafted

  • Why we use Contracts
  • Formation of a Contract
  • Terms and Conditions of Contract
  • Forms of Agreement
  • The Basic Structure of a Contract

Contract Clauses

  • Obligation to Deliver/Perform
  • Rework/Re-Performance
  • Compliance with Law/Change of Law
  • Indemnities and Insurance
  • Liability in Negligence

Negotiation and Resolution of Disputes

  • Dispute Resolution Clauses
  • Negotiation, Compromise and Settlement
  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Enforcement of Awards

Project Organizing, Control and Reporting

  • Project Organization and Project Control
  • Mastering Earned Value Management
  • Schedule and Budget Variances
  • Project Management Reporting

Project Design

  • Developing Preliminary Design
  • Performing GAP Analysis
  • Detailed Design and Specifications Documentations

Contract Closeout

  • Contract Closeout Issues
  • Administrative and Contract Closure
  • Guidelines for Contract Closeout

FOR WHOM: Project Team Members, Associate Project Managers, Project Managers, Project Coordinator, Project Analyst, Project Leaders, Senior Project Managers, Team Leaders, Product Managers, Program Managers, Contract Managers, Supervisors and others who perform related functions.

 

DATE: 16th – 18th February, 2022

17th – 19th August, 2022

 

Objective

Contract and Project development and management skill is a growing area in development industry. Project is defined as ―an activity or group of activities with a defined scope, execution timeframe and an established budget‖. The area has become an important tool for social change, a cornerstone to community development in virtually all industries, including healthcare, government, education and banking. Knowledge of project development, management and sustainability is critical when designing a project plan that is intended to be submitted to a funding agency. Most organizations use five major phases of project development and management – Initiating, Planning and Design, Execution, Monitoring and Sustainability, Handover and Close Out – to ensure project completion and to improve productivity.

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