Why Struggle With Your EPC Project Management

To Help You Out, We’ve Changed The EPC Workshop Format Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) contracts are the Owner’s contract of choice when building complex facilities. If you are starting out as a project manager / project engineer on an EPC contract that has been set up by others, you struggle as you are just not sure that what you are doing is correct and what information you should be looking for. You know some stuff about the project management of EPC contracts, but you are not confident about your knowledge. This workshop is all about building your self-confidence in the project management of EPC contracts. Sure, you can read books, take on-line courses, and build up your knowledge, but most people need to be with real people. You need to understand not only your own strengths and weaknesses but to see the strengths and weaknesses of others as well. You need to realize that you are not alone. In this live workshop, you will lean things you could not have learned at home. One of the concerns mentioned by past workshop attendees about attending a workshop is finding the time to take off from their busy work schedule. In order to help you out, we have changed our Certificate in EPC Project Management workshop from a 4 1/2 day event to 2 - 2 day events. These events are separated by a three week period to give you time to recover from your time away, let you get back in the grove, then return to finish off the program. The certification exam is on-line and can be taken anytime after the workshop. The first two day event covers Organizing the EPC Project and takes place on January 16 & 17, 2014. The second two day event covers Controlling and Completing the EPC Project and takes place on February 6 & 7, 2014. Below is an outline of the material covered: Location: Calgary AB Event 1 - Organizing The EPC Project Day 1 - January 16, 2014 From Owners Perspective Module 1 - Project Delivery Systems Module 2 - Why Owners Choose EPC Module 3 - Typical EPC Contract Steps Module 4 - EPC Contractor Evaluation From EPCC’c Perspective Module 5 - Safety Management Module 6 - Project Controls & Scheduling Day 2 - January 17, 2014 Module 7 - Quality Management Module 8 - Resource Planning Module 9 - Project Communication Modules 10 - Guidelines Module 11 - Decision Making Module 12 - Project Planning & Work Breakdown Structure Module 13 Scope Issues & Budgets End of Event 1 To register / enroll for Event I go here: Organizing The Project Event 2 Controlling & Completing The EPC Project Day 1 - February 6, 2014 Module 14 - Project Stakeholders Module 15 - Risk Analysis Module 16 - Estimating Module 17 - Cost Control and Earned Value Analysis (EVA) Module 18 - Engineering Control Module 19 - Procurement Module 20 - Types of Contracts Day 2 - February 7, 2014 Module 21 - Request For Proposal (RFP) Module 22 - Bidding Process Module 24 - Construction Management Module 25 - Tender Document Module 27 - Contract Administration Module 28 - Commissioning Procedures Module 29 - Training Module 30 – Commissioning and Startup Module 31 - Completion End of Event 2 To register / enroll for Event 2 go here: Controlling & Completing The Project This course is accredited by the Project Management Association of Canada / Association de gestion de projet du Canada (PMAC-AGPC). Upon successful completion of the exam, candidates will receive a signed, sealed Certificate in EPC Project Management from the Project Management Association of Canada.


General Address

Project Management Association of Canada

455 boulevard de la Gappe, Suite 201
Gatineau, Québec
Canada, J8T 0E1

Phone: (819) 410-0427

PMAC Certification Body

Project Management Association of Canada

Box 58043, Rosslynn RPO
Oshawa, Ontario
Canada L1J 8L6

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