Specialising in Simplified Integrated Project Controls

• Project Controls, Planning and Cost Control Services
• Integrating the Scope, Schedule, Budget and EPC Risks
• Consulting & Supporting Services
• Accredited Training Courses (22-hour virtual workshops or a 3-day classroom environment)
• Recruiting & Staff Placements
• Published E-Books and Paperbacks – www.Amazon.com

  Simplified Project Controls


  Consulting and Support Services:

  • Consulting
  • Project Control Support Services (specialising in Project Controls, Planning & Cost Control).
  • Training - Accredited Training Workshops (20 CPDs) for all Project Staff.
  • Recruitment Services and Staff Placements.


Project Control Management Services:

  • Project Setup - Assist Project Teams in setting up the Employers' Integrated Work Breakdown Structure to enable.
  • Integration of the Scope, Schedule, Budgets, and EPC Risks.
  • Small or Major Capital Projects - assist Employers to establish all the Control Accounts that will ensure the success of the Project Objectives.
  • Assist in setting up a Project's Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB).
  • Assist in establishing the Integrated Master Plan and Project Schedules.
  • Assist in aligning and integrating the Cost Estimate or Budgets with the Scope and Schedules.
  • Establishing and Verifying Project Progress, Performance (SPI & CPI) and the True Status of the Work.
  • Specializing in Project Controls based on Earned Value Management Principles.
  • Assist in Threshold Management.
  • Establish and Maintain Cost Performance Reports & Executive (Dashboard) Reporting.

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  Accredited Training



The time slots for this 22-hr or 3-day course are negotiable.

The price for this virtual course, when all training materials are provided electronically is R4,200 or $48.00 (all-inclusive).


The Training Course:

  • The purpose of this course is to upskill and improve candidates' ability to work more efficiently and to report schedule and cost information accurately in a project management environment. Candidates will understand Earned Value terminology, calculations, and the importance of communication in a project team.

  • The course material does not mandate any hardware or software. Candidates use MSOffice to practice course examples.

  • What the course cover

  • This accredited course consists of (190 PowerPoint slides) demonstrating the latest Best Practice Project Controls based on Earned Value Management (EVM) principles.

  • Topics include project setup, planning, scheduling, and cost control, complete with best practice tracking and control techniques.


  • The course content applies to small and large projects. A case study is conducted where Project Controls are applied to simple, small projects, major multi-discipline complex capital projects, as well as managing Project Controls on multiple small projects.

  • The course demonstrates typical examples of detailed and executive-level progress, performance and status reports.


  • This course is aligned with the Standards and Guidelines as described by PMBOK, PRINCE2, ECSA, SACPCMP, EVM EIA 748, CPM, AACEI, DCMA (USA).


Do I Qualify?

  • To assume learning to be in place, learners accessing this course will have demonstrated competence in computer literacy, numeracy, literacy, and communication at NQF Level 4, or equivalent (Matric - Grade 12).

  • Experience in Project Management and Controls or a Construction Site environment would be to the learner's advantage.


Do I Need to Study Before?

  • No, no pre-course study is required. However, it is expected that the candidate completes the homework after each class (virtual classes or classroom environment).


What is Included in this Training Course?

  • A virtual total 22-hour workshop, or a 3-day classroom workshop.

  • A classroom environment is negotiable during weekdays and weekends, from 08h30 to 21h00.

  • Two eBooks on the subject 

  • One Notebook (eBook)  - 190 PDF Slides

  • e-Card with all EVM formulas

  • Open Book Exam

  • Attendance – Exam Certification


Who Should Attend?

  • This course will benefit all delegates responsible or involved in delivering project objectives.


How will the Candidate be Tested?

  • Open book Exam.

  • Total 70%: 60% out of 70%, pass from the results of the case study by the candidate.

  • Total 30%: 25% out of 30%, pass for question from Multiple-Choice Questionnaire.


What is in it for the Attendee? After the Course, the Attendees understand:

  • How to set up an Integrated Work Breakdown Structure (IWBS).

  • How to establish Control Accounts (CAs).

  • How to develop an Integrated Master Plan (IMP).

  • How to establish an Integrated Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB).

  • How to interpret Schedule & Cost Performance (SPI & CPI).

  • How to assess progress, measure performance, and establish the true status of the work.

  • At agreed reporting cycles, the attendee will be able to provide answers to the three (3) fundamental project control questions:

    • What is the monetary value of the work PLANNED?

    • What is the monetary value of the work EARNED?

    • What is the ACTUAL Cost (SPENT) for the work accomplished?


Project Controls based on Earned Value Management (EVM) Principles was first accredited in:

  • 2009 by ECSA (Engineering Council of SA)

  • 2019 by SACPCMP - accredit the same Methodology with 20 CPDs.

  Simplified Integrated Project Controls


  Accredited Training Course Content - 20 CPD's


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  Project Controls - Integrating Scope, Schedule, Budgets and EPC Risks 

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  About Us

  • The Methodology was developed, and the first accreditation was awarded by ECSA in 2009.
  • The latest accreditation was by SACPCMP in 2019.
  • The Methodology is aligned with Standards and Guidelines of: PMI; PMBOK; PRINCE2; AACEI; CPM; DCMA USA Mil; SACPCMP; ECSA; EVM – ANSI EIA 748; GAPPS;
  • The Authors below, have between 12 and 45 years of experience in a Project Management environment.


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