AWP Workshop - Edmonton, Canada (November 4 - 6, 2019)
The Advanced Work Packaging Workshop is a 2.5 day session that reviews the theory, practice and methodologies of Advanced Work Packaging. While best practices are identified and discussed, there is a specific focus on practical application and the needs of individual projects. Each organization and project is unique, and through discussion and simulations course participants will learn how to move beyond the theory to apply the best practice effectively and facilitate success within their organizations and project teams.
The primary objectives of this program are to ensure that course participants develop a strong understanding of Advanced Work Packaging industry best practices, have the capability to apply this knowledge during simulations, and to generate discussion and increase alignment on how a team will successfully implement these best practices on a project or within their organization. These objectives are achieved through the review of the existing bodies of knowledge, as well as by working through practical hands on exercise to facilitate the application of theoretical concepts.
Course price: $1,000.00 CAD per person.
This program is delivered in a classroom environment. Class location TBD at closer date
Students are required to bring a laptop to class each day. Lunch facilities are available nearby.
This program is 20 hours in duration, and is facilitated over a 2.5 day period by an instructor that is a Subject Matter Expert in the industry. Class schedule:
- Day 1: 8 AM - 4 PM
- Day 2: 8 AM - 4 PM
- Day 3: 8 AM - 12 PM
This course is intended for individuals that will be working on, or supporting, the development and implementation of an Advanced Work Packaging and WorkFace Planning program within a project or within an organization. This program will be beneficial to those that will be directly involved in the development, implementation, and execution of Advanced Work Packaging, such as Owner Representatives, Project Managers, Construction Managers, AWP Champions, Engineering Managers and Leads, Project Controls team members, Procurement Managers, HSE representatives, Quality Assurance representatives and Supervision team members. This program will also be beneficial for those outside of the aforementioned roles that are interested in improving their knowledge and understanding of these industry best practices.
- Module One – Introduction to Advanced Work Packaging and WorkFace Planning
- Module Two – Organizational Structures
- Module Three – Advanced Work Packaging Best Practice – Stage One
- Module Four – Advanced Work Packaging Best Practice – Stage Two
- Module Five –WorkFace Planning - Stage Three
- Module Six – Key Success Factors – Making it Work