Planning, scheduling and monitoring progress

OMEC original training.

This training presents a proven approach to collecting requirements and building a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and a Product Breakdown Structure (PBS). It includes effective techniques for creating and optimizing schedules in projects. It also includes tasks related to the monitoring and control of work progress in relation to the schedule adopted.

The training is based on globally recognized project management standards and methods and on experience of the trainers who conduct the classes.

This training includes many practical exercises.

Do you have questions?

Dział Handlowy

Dział Handlowy

(+48) 801 55 66 32


For whom?

  • project managers who intend to apply good practice in planning and monitoring project work
  • people supporting project managers in scheduling and moniroting activities
  • project team members
  • PMO members

from 1749 PLN (VAT not included)


2 days



Training details
Exam and certification

Participation in the training allows you to acquire a practical set of techniques for effective work planning, scheduling, reacting to unforeseen events affecting the work schedule, as well as monitoring the progress of project works.

A good complement to this course is training in the field of IT tools supporting work planning.

Table of contents:

  • What is a project
  • What is project management
  • Project life cycle
  • Organization of the project
  • Project definition
  • Defining good project goals
  • Business case / profitability measures - overview
  • Requirements
  • Requirements risk
  • Work Breakdown Structure Definition (WBS)
  • Product Based Planning (PBS)
  • Is WBS different from PBS?
  • Benefits of building a WBS / PBS
  • Application of WBS / PBS
  • WBS / PBS building process
  • Resource Planning
  • Team composition
  • People as a source of estimation
  • Material resources
  • Management resources
  • Introduction to estimation
  • Estimation levels
  • Estimating methods
  • Estimation by PERT method
  • Tasks and their types
  • Dependencies between tasks
  • Restrictions on dependencies between tasks
  • Network diagrams
  • Reserves
  • Critical path method
  • Network analysis
  • Milestone diagram
  • Gantt chart
  • Baseline plan
  • Change management
  • Schedule optimization
  • Earned value
  • Project status indicators – calculation and reporting
  • Project closure and evaluation

Our participants get:

  • classes conducted by an experienced trainer
  • original training materials
  • friendly atmosphere of learning and exchange of experiences
  • participation diploma

No certification after this training.

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(+48) 801 55 66 32