Measuring Project Performance
& Earned Value Management
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Measuring Project Performance<br> & Earned Value Management <br>- 100% Live Online
Measuring Project Performance & Earned Value Management

Stay competitive. Help keep your company's bottomline to realistic cost controls. Time is money. For project managers, program managers, portfolio managers, business development managers.

This class is for Project Managers who have been doing EVM or have their PMP® credential and are wanting to earn training hours in project management for PDUs. You may also do similar training by taking one of these

Instructions: Plan on registering for class 7 to 14 days in advance before the first class begins to make sure you have a seat on the dates you want. Register by clicking the "add to cart" button above. Payment will be required at the same time. You may use either a credit card or debit card or PayPal. The latest pre-registration is required by 5:00 PM the day before the class begins unless the class is marked "filled." Classes are small, so if you must have a certain date it is suggested you may consider scheduling this class 2-4 weeks in advance to hold the date as dates are subject to change if there are no registrations

Date & Time: See the arrow down menu above for all selections.

Locations and Training Methods:

(1) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 2018 156th Ave NE, Bellevue WA - Parking is free at this location. For directions: click here

(2) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 1050 Connecticut Ave NW, Floor 10, Washington, DC 20036. Click here for directions and DC Metro & Parking Information & Instructions

(3) SharePoint Live Online: Download the software on your computer prior to training for the Microsoft 30 day trial period.

Your hours of training are accumulative towards 35 contact hours of formal education required by the PMI® organization to receive approval for the PMP® Exam.

Earned Value Management Training Class Description: The most talked about topic among program managers, portfolio directors and business directors for measuring performance of a project is Earned Value. Yet it is most misunderstood by them. Earned Value Management is the process of measuring the cost & schedule performance of a project work against the project plan to identify variances. It can also be useful in predicting future variances in cost and schedule of a project. It is used for determining the final costs at completion of a project.

Students should be familiar with project management terminologies and have some experience with project management before taking this class.

What you will learn:

What, when and how to measure cost and schedule to calculate the project performance. You will learn to identify variances between the projects and manage the portfolio budget at ease and report project and portfolio performance with a smile and healthy attitude. You will know how to calculate the cost and schedule values, estimates at completion and performance indexes.

Here are the topics at a glance.

• Cost Variance
• Cost Performance Index
• Earned Value
• Estimate at Completion
• Estimate to Complete
• Schedule Performance Index
• Schedule Variance
• Variance
• Variance at Completion

Learning Objectives

• Understand the meaning of Earned Value management (EVM)

• Comprehend the use of EVM
• Be able to differentiate variances and indexes
• Understand the “Budget At Completion”
• Know the meaning of "Earned Value”
• Comprehend Project performance reports
• Understand the meaning of “Estimate To Complete”
• Understand the use of EVM in forecasting
• Comprehend the use of EVM in risk management

What You Will Receive

3.5 hours certificate of completion

Your hours of training are accumulative towards 35 contact hours of formal education required by the PMI® organization to receive approval for the PMP® Exam

• 3.5 PDUs if you hold a PMP® credential

• Class handouts

• Free small snacks, coffee, tea

PMP Cert Prep DC; or PMP Cert Prep Bellevue, WA ; or PMP Cert Prep Live Online; or Testimonials: or Agile PMI-ACP Certification Prep. For refreshers in quality, risk management, EVM or Critical Path/Critical chain, click here