Oil & Gas Fast Track Project Management


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Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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PST0363-201801  02 Apr 2018  04 Apr 2018  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  USD 2895  Rinus van der Weele   Register

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PST0363-201601  09 May 2016  11 May 2016  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  USD 2895  Rinus van der Weele 
Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Fast Track Project Management gives you the foundation, techniques and tools to manage each stage of the project life cycle, work within organizational and cost constraints, set goals tied directly to stakeholder needs, get the most from your project management team, and utilize state-of-the-art project management tools to get the work done on time and within budget. Project acceleration and the pro’s and con’s of this will be dealt with in detail.

Covering the entire project life cycle, this course is built around best practices currently used in today's fast-paced business environment. During the course case studies will be used to enhance understanding and allow practical application of the course content.

Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Day 1: Refresher covering  the various project stages from definition through assess, going through execution andoperations

  • Project definition
  • Project Organisation
  • Case Study: Participants have to prepare an organizational structure

Day 2: Development of a Project Execution Plan. Particular attention will be given to the project plan, the project cost data base and  responsibilities in execution.

  • Development of a Project Execution Plan
  • Preparation of a Project Schedule
  • Case Study

Day 3: Development of HSE,  Quality and Contracting plans

  • HSE plans
  • Quality Plan
  • Contracting Plan
  • Case Study

 

Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

This course is to enhance participants understanding of effective project management and execution in the oil and gas sector. Special emphasis will be placed on how to accelerate project execution by a fast track approach.

5 Key Benefits of the Course :

  • To provide participants with  the foundation, techniques and tools to manage each stage of the project life cycle
  • Understanding the various phases of the project lifecycle from definition to operations
  • Develop and work within an organizational structure, ensure key staff  have the required competency and get the most from your team
  • Develop  a project execution plan and get the authority to execute
  • Understand the various contract forms as part of the  contract management system
Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

This course is designed for, but not limited toproject staff with 3-8 years working experience to supplement the information they already received in basic training. The course is also suitable for senior supervisory staff, line-managers, team-managers and other disciplines. The program is intended for those with at least 3-8 years of experience in the field

Monday April 02, 2018 | Rinus van der Weele | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Rinus van der Weele

International Consultant & Trainer

Biography

Mr. Rinus van der Weele (1952) obtained a master degree in offshore engineering from the Technical University Delft in the Netherlands. He joined Shell International in 1978. He had a variety of assignments in UK, Netherlands, Nigeria, Brunei Darussalam, Egypt and Oman. During his 35 years with Shell he held project management and engineering positions. For two years he held the position of HSE manager in Brunei Shell Petroleum Company. The last two assignments he was project manager for large integrated oil/gas field developments in Egypt and Oman
with CAPEX up to USD 2 billion.


He is a highly experienced project manager with in depth expertise in project execution from project definition into the operations phase. During his assignment as HSE manager he applied state of the art project management tools to supporting the HSE management of a workforce of approximate 3500 company staff and indirect to 10000 contract staff. He has in depth knowledge of engineering for the most difficult field developments with fields containing significant amounts of CO2 and H2S producing at very high pressures. This engineering work is state of the art. He was instrumental in preparing the specifications for equipment in very corrosive service. His drive is to transfer his knowledge to the oil/gas industry to improve project execution.