Change Control & Claim Analysis
One thing is certain when a project starts: not everything will go according to plan. Changes will always arise. These may be changes to the schedule, to the baseline, the contract, or even to the original business plan. How do you deal with these changes, and how do you make sure you stay in control? How do you determine whether a delay or change will lead to a claim? And how big will that claim be? How do you ensure that a claim does not lead to a conflict between, for example, the contractor and the client, and how do you ensure you are in a strong position if a conflict arises? These key questions are covered in this module.
This module is part of the specialisation Claim of the Project Controls Programme.
- Identifying issues and changes
- Contract and Baseline
- Project administration
- Change Control
- Claim Management
- Applying delay analysis techniques
This course can be followed separately without specific prior knowledge. A general background in project controls (the Foundation) and experience with a planning tool are recommended.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 495,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.
- 08-10-2020 - Leixlip (English)
- 17-12-2020 - Leixlip (English)
I especially like to carry out classroom assignments.
Teun, Planning Engineer, Shell
Awareness of the importance of good administration, registration and documentation was clearly expressed.
Teachers of this course
Stefan Hollak PhD
Blogs on this topic
Each large construction project brings new challenges. One of the challenges from a project controls perspective is to manage changes. The objective of this blog is to create awareness of the different levels of change during project execution and gives a brief answer on the following question: Which type of changes are we dealing with?
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