Earned Value Management (EVM) is an effective management practice for measuring how well a project is performing or progressing. In this EVM training course, you learn how to establish a Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) to analyze, report, and apply actuals, as well as analyze magnitude, location, and root-causes with Earned Value Analysis (EVA) to determine how risks are identified and managed.
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a technique used in Project Management for measuring project progress and performance. Using EVM,organisations are able to produce accurate forecasts of project performance problems and deal with them in a timely fashion. EVM finds variances in projects based on the comparison of worked performed and work planned using a systematic project management process which produces quantitative data for project decision making.
Our courses are aimed at organizations needing Earned Value Management (EVM) training and education for program managers, project managers, control account managers, schedulers, analysts and executives.
All of our courses are developed and delivered by veteran practitioners who have helped organizations reach their EVMS best practice or certification goals.
You’ve been hearing the term Earned Value Management (EVM) for some time, and you have been introduced to the plethora of calculations involved. Management has been pushing you to explain what’s really going on in your projects, and to tell them how you know that what you’re telling them is true. What you really need is a more objective way to evaluate and control your project and to provide management accurate summary information. In short, you need Unlocking the Power of Earned Value Management.
Working through an integrated case study designed to simulate real-world issues, problems and decisions, you’ll gain insight and experience in determining a realistic assessment of where your project actually stands. This approach allows you to practice new skills and ask questions as you assimilate a broad array of practical experience that can be immediately applied upon your return to the workplace.
CourseMonster is the preeminent leader in EVMS training from basic and advanced EVM techniques or project scheduling to specific EVMS needs such as producing useful Variance Analysis Reports (VAR), subcontractor integration, or IBR team training. CourseMonster's professional instructors have extensive experience in evaluating EVMS training requirements, designing comprehensive training plans, developing client-specific instructional material, and presenting training workshops.
CourseMonster has trained over 900,000 people worldwide and our extensive training library includes over 50 EVMS training courses that can be tailored to specific needs. CourseMonster EVMS training courses are continually updated to reflect the latest government regulations or guides as well as the latest industry trends. CourseMonster classroom instruction and online training can be combined to create an effective learning approach. CourseMonster training materials can also serve as the basis for a "train the trainer" program. CourseMonster EVMS training courses are eligible for Continuing Education Units (CEU) or Professional Development Units (PDU).
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Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.