Training Course Description In the competitive environment of today, availability and reliability of assets are becoming an increasingly important issue. A significant trend in maintenance is outsourcing maintenance activities to contractors. Maintenance contracts are being used as a highly effective way to manage and control the relationship between the service provider and the end-user, both internally and externally. It manages the expectations of both parties, sets out the parameters of responsibility and offers performance indicators. Training Course Objectives Understanding how to decide rationally what maintenance activities to outsource and what not to Learning the features, functions and benefits of lean maintenance contracts Understanding the different types of maint
Training Course Description With the highly competitive character of today’s global oil market, the conception of business models and negotiating points for the major agreement in this field are undeniably crucial. This course aims to enhance the auditors’ capabilities to function in the role of either negotiator, legal or commercial advisor and draftsman in the oil industries. Training Course Objectives Understanding globally the oil industries profiles and market structures across the world Familiarizing with the key terms and clauses of the oil industries contracts Learning how to achieve company’s objectives through strategic negotiations skills Gaining the required capabilities to operate all the step of the documentation’s process Negotiating the terms and conditio
Training Course Description Contracts are the basic structure of all business relationships, whether they be for the construction of a major new facility, or for the supply of new goods. The terms appearing in the contract and the management of the contract itself are critical to the success of all companies. This course covers the three stages of contracting; negotiating the “deal”; and documenting that deal. The course is devised to develop general skills with demonstration of applications in a wide range of contracts, and to allow participants to have an awareness of practices in other areas and other industries, which may add value to their own situations. Training Course Objectives Learning enhanced management skills that will improve the efficiency of contract administration a
Training Course Description Customer satisfaction is a key measure of a project's quality. It's important to keep in mind that project quality management is concerned with both the product of the project and the management of the project. If the customer doesn't feel the product produced by the project meets their needs or if the way the project was run didn't meet their expectations, then the customer is very likely to consider the project quality as poor, regardless of what the project manager or team thinks. This course covers all the the things that the project manager needs to know in order to keep customers satisfied. Training Course Objectives Viewing perspectives in project quality management Measuring Customer satisfaction based on Quality management — Customer satisf
Training Course Description Every project manager will have to face troubled projects sooner or later. Knowing what to do when the time comes will be critical to their success. Taking immediate action– with speed, accuracy, power, balance and focus is vital. Rapid Assessment and Recovery of Troubled Projects demonstrates a proven process to project recovery. Participants will get everything they need (process, tools, techniques) to perform a rapid assessment of a project in trouble, develop a recovery plan and manage the transition to stabilization. Training Course Objectives Perform a rapid assessment of a project to determine its status Determine whether stabilization is possible Establish a stabilization plan Lead a transition to a stabilized project Define a continu
Training Course Description A feasibility study is an analysis used in measuring the ability and likelihood to complete a project successfully including all relevant factors. It must account for factors that affect it such as economic, technological, legal and scheduling factors. Project managers use feasibility studies to determine potential positive and negative outcomes of a project before investing a considerable amount of time and money into it. Training Course Objectives Prepare and analyze feasibility studies. Identify crucial arguments and effectively explore the various assumptions. Present ideas in a simple, effective, convincing and objective manner. Build the feasibility study financial model using Microsoft Excel. Perform scenario and sensitivity analysis
Training Course Description Stakeholder Management and Communications course is to enable project personnel to effectively manage stakeholder interests, influence and expectations. The key benefit of Stakeholder Engagement is that it requires project managers to see the bigger picture rather than getting stuck in a foxhole. It also challenges them to acknowledge rather than deny the inherent conflicts of interest that exist between different groups and develop the high level competency (emotional, political and leadership intelligence) required to manage diversity. Training Course Objectives Improving the quality of projects Understanding stakeholders’ goals and priorities Communicating with stakeholders and anticipating their reaction Winning wide support by demonstr
Training Course Description A feasibility study is a kind of enterprise analysis. It gives the investors an idea of the possibility to processed in a proposed project or withholding the idea. It is an analysis of the current mode of operation, a definition of requirements, an evaluation of alternatives. This course teaches participants how to conduct a feasibility analysis step-by-step. It covers a detailed and clear explanation of how to reach information and put it into a formal report. Training Course Objectives Introducing feasibility study in business analysis Understanding the components of a feasibility study Understanding the market needs Analyzing threats and opportunities Creating the feasibility study report Who Should Attend? Operations managers Ma...
Training Course Description Sometimes, serious risks may appear in the least expected places. Despite years of experience, these risks may slip out of the mind of experienced managers or supervisors. This course will raise awareness of risks management needed in any project. It also teaches participants how to comply with safety regulations imposed by the government. Training Course Objectives Identifying probable risks Creating a good and efficient action plan Complying with normal safety standards Minimizing and eliminating any expected risks Consistently executing successful projects Who Should Attend? Project managers Project Management Professionals (PMPs) Functional managers Business leaders Mid-level manager Project managers who need to lear...
Training Course Description Being successful project manager could mean that a person will have to manage more than one project at a time. In order to continue running the projects effectively, basic knowledge of project management is needed. Additional skills are also needed to enable a project manager handle work pressure and meet the deadline. This course starts with an introduction of the basic principles of project management, and then sheds special lights on running multiple projects. Training Course Objectives Acquiring the skills needed to run multiple projects Setting plans and meeting deadlines Writing out a detailed process for each project Creating measurement criteria Handling financial issues Who Should Attend? Project Management Professionals (PMPs...