Best Practices of EPC Project Monitoring and Control
Get practical knowledge of proven project monitoring and control best practices, distilled from over 20 years of implementing digital solutions for project owners, contractors and designers, and universally accepted project management frameworks/standards like PMI/PMBOK, AACE/TCM, PRINCE2, Lean and Agile. A rare advantage for today’s engineering and project management professionals.
What you will learn:
So far, 1200+ participants from 380 companies
“Wrench provided dedicated and invaluable support during the implementation of an integrated Project Management Solution for Petrofac’s EPS East business. They helped facilitate several elements of our solution in line with our expectations”
“Excellent Document Management System, where all history is maintained, including letters, faxes, transmittals, specs, drawings, etc. 2. Excellent Earned Value System, where the rule of credit can be chosen in agreement with the client, which makes invoicing very simple. The rule of credit is flexible and can be different from client to client. “
“A really robust and user-friendly system developed from actual client requirements. I have evaluated and worked with many systems over the last 25 years and I think this one is remarkably well suited for an engineering company.”
“We already had SAP, CAD, email, etc., but EPC is such a competitive sector that we thought we should invest in something that can give us an extra advantage, WRENCH gave us that advantage.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
The course is best for people from engineering, projects and planning who want to understand the application of global best practices in their projects. Anyone who wants to understand professional project management can also get value out of it.
The course is delivered in 2 hours of instructor-led virtual classroom session. The medium of instruction will be English.
You will be awarded with 2 contact hours certificate from Wrench Academy, our training arm. You could earn another 7 contact hours if you take part in the assignments and assessments .
Yes, the certificate counts towards professional development units (PDUs).
No. We are doing this as a good will measure to help professionals who want to upskill themselves.