This course examines the tools, techniques, and theories related to scheduling project activities, estimating project costs, and developing accurate project budgets. Participants are introduced to network scheduling theory and are given practical skills in assessing the integrity of schedule networks. Project work efforts are analyzed based upon time, resource, and cost constraints. Techniques for leveling resource demands are discussed. Methods for tracking expenditures to budgeted costs are explored. Participants learn techniques for proactively forecasting costs to control planned expenditures in the future.
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