Training Syllabus:




This course was designed to provide an understanding and a basic set of tools and techniques for people that work in a project environment. The couse is a based on the PMI framework which is the most globally accepted Project Management Methodology. After this course you will have an understanding of the project lifecycle and how a project can be delivered following  afoemalized, structured approach based on industry standard practices. The course delivers concepts, methods, definitions, checklists, and practical knowledge that can be put to work immediately.



This Project Management course examines project management in theory and practice and the roles and responsibilities of the project manager. The course offers a practical approach to managing projects, focusing on organizing, planning, and controlling the efforts of the project. Students participate in structured workshops where simulated project plans are designed and implemented. The course is based on the best and most current thinking in the field, particularly the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) approach described in A Guide to the Project(PMBOK® Guide). Case studies, active participation in team exercises, and practical information reinforce learning. At the end of the course, attendees will understand why project management requires a high degree of professionalism, and how to achieve that end in future projects.



The Course is designed to be taught interactively with syndicates and personal exercises, facilitation of group discussions, training videos, and discussions of real life examples.


Organizational Impact:

The Company organization will benefit by:

  • Increase project management personal effectiveness & soft skills
  • Better production of project outcomes
  • Understanding of Project Life Cycle Issues
  • Alignment of project and corporate goals
  • Understanding conflicts and resolving them
  • Staff understanding of project reporting issues & project control skills


Personal Impact:

Attendees will gain by participation in this program through:

  • Basic skills in managing project activities
  • Learning skills necessary for basic the art of project management
  • Developing a more effective approach to interacting with project stakeholders and project teams
  • Further developing people management skills
  • Ways for building effective plans
  • Bette overall management and control of project



  • Project Engineers
  • Project Economic
  • Project Planning & Control Engineers
  • Project Cost & Control Engineers
  • Planner & Scheduler
  • Cost Estimator
  • Document Controller
  • Procurement or SCM
  • Legal & Contract Engineers
  • Cost Accounting
  • Financial Controller
  • Coorporate & Business Planning
  • Auditor
  • Project & Operation Secretary
  • Person who get benefit for attending this Course



  1. Introduction
  2. Participant introductions
  3. What is management? What is project management?
  4. Where do projects come from? What are they? How good are we at them?
  5. The challenges faced by the project manager
  6. Project Management Framework
  7. Standards. Methodologies
  8. The difference between the business and technical management of the project process.
  9. PMI®, the PMBOK® Guide, and the ANSI Standard
  10. Phases, Process Groups, and Knowledge Areas
  11. Project Initiation
  12. PM Process Flow. The Management components: Organize, Plan, Control
  13. Project Organization
  14. The project management organization model
  15. The Project Board and the project manager
  16. The PMO (Program Management Office). PMO models, what each does
  17. The project team.
  18. Organizational causes of failure
  19. Applied Project Planning
  20. Produce a statement of work (SOW) and decompose overall project goals, also estimate benefits & resources.
  21. Develop a work breakdown structure (WBS), using established tools and techniques, to achieve stated project objectives.
  22. Produce a task-flow network, using established tools and techniques, and analyze the contingencies, interrelationships, and critical path(s) of the work elements.
  23. Produce a Gantt chart, using established tools and techniques, to schedule the completion of all work elements.
  24. Project documentations
  25. Cost Estimating and Budgeting
  26. Develop cost estimates and budgets with cost accounts to plan project expenditures.
  27. Identify and limit risks
  28. Develop cost summaries for tracking project expenditures to budgeted costs.
  29. Develop cost forecasts to proactively control future planned expenditures.
  30. Project Performance Measurement and Control
  31. What is control?
  32. Life cycles – end stage assessments – Controlling the big picture
  33. Levels of responsibility for control – Business and product quality controls
  34. Integrated change control during the life of the project
  35. Project Performance Measurement and Control (continued ….)
  36. Define the concept of earned value performance measurement (EVM).
  37. Describe how project management information systems (PMIS) are used to monitor progress, evaluate, and control planned cost and schedule performance.
  38. Conduct effective meetings
  39. Develop reporting link & system approval, and document distribution
  40. Closing the Project
  41. Contract close-out
  42. Administrative close-out
  43. Lessons learned
  44. Archiving project information


INSTRUCTOR :   Pulung Susilo Rahardjo


VENUE :  Jakarta (Maxone Hotel Menteng, Balairung Hotel Matraman, Sentral Hotel, Haris Tebet, Gd Muamalat Institute, Ibis Manggadua, Little Amaroossa Residence, Cosmo Amaroossa, Zodiak MT. Haryono, Grand Tjokro)


DURATION :   3 days



  1. 13 Jan 2020-15 Jan 2020
  2. 17 Feb 2020-19 Feb 2020
  3. 04 Mar 2020-06 Mar 2020
  4. 22 Apr 2020-24 Apr 2020
  5. 18 Mei 2020-20 Mei 2020
  6. 15 Jun 2020-17 Jun 2020
  7. 22 Jul 2020-24 Jul 2020
  8. 18 Agust 2020-20 Agust 2020
  9. 23 Sep 2020-25 Sep 2020
  10. 19 Okt 2020-21 Okt 2020
  11. 16 Nop 2020-18 Nop 2020
  12. 21 Des 2020-23 Des 2020




  1. 6.950.000/person (full fare) or
  2. 6.750.000/person (early bird, payment 1 week before training) or
  3. 6.500.000/person (if there are 3 persons or more from the same company)



  1. Training Module
  2. Flash Disk contains training material
  3. Certificate
  4. Stationeries: NoteBook and Ballpoint
  5. T-Shirt
  6. Backpack
  7. Training Photo
  8. Training room with full AC facilities and multimedia
  9. Lunch and twice coffeebreak everyday of training
  10. Qualified instructor