APMG Earned Value Management Practitioner

£600.00 exc VAT

Mode of study

Classroom

Location - London

PM Excellence, Olympic House, 28-42 Clements Road, Ilford, London IG1 1BA

  • How to establish a Performance Measurement Baseline for a project
  • How to design and evaluate Earned Value data collection processes for a specific project
  • Interpreting Earned Value data for a given scenario and make recommendations on appropriate action
  • Managing changes to a Performance Measurement Baseline appropriately
  • Allowing for risk in the planning, execution, and evaluation of an Earned Value project
  • How to apply methods to review the integrity, validity and performance of an Earned Value Management System

Patrick Opio BSc MSc MSc DIC MAPM

Seventeen years UK and overseas experience in Planning and project controls in the delivery of mega and complex infrastructure projects in both client and contractor environments.

He has been involved in some of the most prestigious and iconic projects in Europe like High Speed 2, Crossrail, London 2012 Olympics, King's Cross St. Pancras Redevelopment, Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) and Oil and Gas developments.

Patrick is an experienced trainer and is a Member of the Association of Project Management. He holds the following certificates;

  • Advanced Primavera P6
  • Project Planning and Control Practitioner
  • Earned Value Practitioner
  • Prince2 Practitioner
  • Managing Successful Programmes Practitioner.

He has a Masters in Concrete Structures and Business Management from Imperial College and a Masters in Information Systems Engineering from London South Bank University. He also holds a Train the Trainer certification.

He started his career as a Civil Engineer eventually progressing into Project Planning and Controls.

Patrick prides himself in making things happen.

This course is for people who have worked (and are working) in an Earned Value Management environment for a period of two years. This will include a wide range of people working on Earned Value based projects including project managers, control account managers, project planners and project analysts.

Exam Format

  • Objective testing
  • 4 questions per paper, 20 marks available per question
  • 40 marks or more required to pass (out of 80 available) - 50%
  • Three hours duration
  • Open book (Earned Value Management Handbook)
  • Calculators allowed