Earned Value Analysis in Projects
To qualify students in one of the most powerful project control tools that is available.
The Earned Value Analysis is widely used in the North American government and it has been increasingly used in other countries and organizations.
Number of participants
Minimum 20 students per class
Project managers, projects team members, planners, PMO members, others stakeholders interested in the project management process.
Project management knowledge (especially costs and schedule)
Portuguese and English
Provided by the contractor. Worldwide attendance.
Number of PDU Provided
16 Professional Development Units (PDUs) are the measuring units issued by the Project Management Institute for the credential holders.
- Earned Value Concept
- Budget, actual costs and Earned Value Nomenclature
- Cost and schedule variation Nomenclature
- Performance indices Nomenclature
- Earned value background
- Project Planning
- Scope Definition
- Schedule Development
- Cost Account Plans (CAPs) and budgeting
- Establishing the baseline and the budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS)
- Earned Value Measurement and Calculation (BCWP – Budgeted Cost of Work Performed)
- Actual Cost Measurement and Calculation (ACWP – Actual Cost of work Performed)
- Costs and Schedule forecasting and estimates nomenclature using Earned Value Analysis
- Indices used to estimate the final project costs
- Types of SPI and CPI used to compose indices to estimate the project final cost and schedule
- Earned value analysis as a control tool
Supported standards and methodologies
Project Management Institute (PMI)
- PMBOK® Guide
- PMI Practice Standard for Estimating
- PMI Practice Standard for Earned Value Management
- PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structure
- PMI Practice Standard for Scheduling