This 8 hours course has been designed with project teams in mind who want to truly determine their cost and schedule risk exposure and learn how to use Deltek Acumen Risk to establish a sound plan for risk exposure reduction.

Dates:

April 1-2, 2021

May 27-28, 2021

Schedule Analytics for Delay and Claim Analysis

A method used to determine the extent of the impact of potential delays in the construction process that can be a preferred way to promote negotiation and later aggreements on delay claims.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course, delegates will be able to gain practical experience of how to use Deltek Acumen Fuse to analyze the schedule, make comparisons and trace logic to identify delays. Additionally, delegates will learn more advanced uses of analysis techniques to control the quality of schedule to submit claims and recovery techniques to get back on track.

Agenda

  • Introduction to Schedule Analytics
  • Delay and Claim Analysis
  • Basic Diagnostics
  • Schedule Analytics
  • Analysis Categories
  • Ribbon, Phase and Intersection Analysis Chart Views
  • Overall View and Analytical Widgets
  • Logic Characteristics / Checks
  • Analyst Reports
  • Logic Sensitivity Analysis
  • Logic Trace
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Version Comparison and Variances
  • Gantt Chart Filter
  • Schedule Acceleration, Deceleration
  • Schedule Recovery Techniques
  • Dashboard Reporting
  • Executive Briefing

Duration

8 hours (2 sessions * 4 hours)

Certificate

Official certificate of completion will be issued to those who attend and complete the program and those who complete the course will earn 8 PDUs.

Need a Fully Customized Training Course?

We can run training courses that are customised to your specific requirements.

The training can be based on your own templates and the course notes tailored to reflect the way you run projects.

Please contact our Training Department via email: academy@app-consultoria.com







Schedule Analytics for Delay and Claim Analysis – Online Training

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