Earned Value Analysis course

From: 490,00 Excluding Tax

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Earned Value is the best way for status reporting

The S-curve based on Earned Value is a much sought-after report in project management. But how can you create a reliable S-curve? Many projects employees struggle with the concepts, calculations and indicators. As a result, regular Earned Value reports arise that are unreliable and important decisions are nevertheless taken. During the course, the process for establishing an Earned Value is run through and all indicators are clearly explained and calculated. You will calculate indicators manually and learn how to interpret them correctly. Your teacher also gives you a look into project management software. Which software packages have reliable calculations and settings.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Earned Value Concepts
  • Earned Value Analysis Process
  • Earned Value Analysis Requirements
  • Budgets
  • Planned Value
  • Actual Cost
  • Earned value
  • Performance Indexes
  • Estimated at Completion
  • Variances
  • S-Curves
  • System Integration

This course is primarily intended for project planners, project controle engineers, project managers, project management consultants and project management managers. Experience in project management is an advantage. If you do not have this knowledge, we advise you to first follow the project planning course.

Choose type (Location Rotterdam, Virtual Live Class or contact us for In-Company information), a start date and number of persons:

Description

Duration
1 day


Enrollment
Including course book


Catering
Incompany | Exclusive
Virtual Live Class | Exclusive
Rotterdam Classroom | Inclusive


Language
English or Dutch


Course materials
English


Time zone
UTC +01:00 Local time in Europe / Amsterdam


Class time
Incompany | According to agreement
Virtual Live Class | 09:00 – 16:30
Rotterdam Classroom | 09:00 – 16:30


Minimum number of participants
4


EQF Level
6 – Bachelor


Examination
No exam


Study completion
Certificate of participation


 

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