InfrastructurePM™ Infrastructure Project Manager™

Registration, Payment & Schedule of Classes

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INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE  PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA)

Registration, Payment & Schedule of Classes

REGISTRATION STEP 1:

DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE YOUR INFRASTRUCTUREPM CERTIFICATION APPLICATION FORM, EVMI AFFIDAVIT OF IDENTITY FORM, AND INFRASTRUCTUREPM BROCHURE

 

 

REGISTRATION STEP 2:

EACH PARTICIPANT MUST EMAIL  THEIR COMPLETED AND SIGNED INFRASTRUCTUREPM CERTIFICATION APPLICATION FORM AND EVMI AFFIDAVIT OF IDENTITY FORMS ALONG WITH TWO 2×2 PASSPORT SIZED PICTURES IN .jpeg FORMAT AND YOUR MOST RECENT RESUME TO EMAIL ADDRESS: certification@evmi.com

2019 SCHEDULE:

Where: ONLINE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM WITH LIVE INSTRUCTOR. THIS CLASS IS INTERACTIVE USING WEB TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS SKYPE, WEBEX OR GO TO MEETING

Dates: TBA (4 DAYS)

Cost: $4,999 (US) Per Participant

*Beginning September 1st, the INFRASTRUCTUREPM class will require 1000 or more Participants per sponsoring Infrastructure company or firm or organization

PAYMENT: IS DONE VIA ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER. ALL PAYMENT AND BANKING DETAILS AND INFORMATION IS PROVIDED IN FINAL INVOICE

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Introduction & Objectives

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ credential certification is a unique and cutting edge project management program for Infrastructure Project Managers who work in the Infrastructure industry and are eager to achieve total Infrastructure project management, project execution and successful project roll-out and delivery.

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ program is aimed at the present and next generation of Infrastructure Project Managers, Infrastructure Leaders, Infrastructure Engineers and Infrastructure Professionals working for dynamic global Infrastructure companies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of Infrastructure Project Management.

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ credential certification training program offers the participant with 4 days of intensive level training in Infrastructure Management; Infrastructure Project Controls; Infrastructure Project Management and Planning, Infrastructure Scheduling and Budgeting; Infrastructure Risk Management; Infrastructure Quality Management; Infrastructure Earned Value Management and EIA 748-C Earned Value Management (EVM) Industry standards; Fraud prevention; Managing dispute and claims; and Contract management for large scale projects and programs in the Infrastructure industry.

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ ALIGNMENT WITH INDUSTRY STANDARDS

  • ISO 31000: RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • ISO 9001: 2015 – QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • EIA 748 EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • PMI PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (PMBOK)
  • EVMI EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Requirements

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE  PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS PROCESS:

The prospective INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ applicant shall typically have a Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree with four or more years of Infrastructure industry work related experience preferably in project controls, program management, project management; management, financial management, accounting, business management, business, analysis, Infrastructure/Civil/Construction engineering, contracts, procurement, acquisitions, or Earned Value Management (EVM).

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Outline, Curriculum & PDUs

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM MODULES COVERED FROM DAY 1 THROUGH DAY 4

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION CURRICULUM:

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ curriculum has been designed by a number of internationally recognized professionals from the field of project controls, planning and scheduling, risk management, quality management, project management, earned value management (EVM), risk, economics, business, finance, Automotive, engineering, and government.

With its newly revised program, the INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ formula is challenging, rewarding and exciting for all Project Managers (PM), Project Control Officers (PCOs) and Project Leads regardless of their industry domain or solution delivery.

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ credential certification consists of TWELVE modules delivered from Day 1 through Day 4, and the modules are namely: (1), Infrastructure Management (2), Infrastructure  Project Management (3), Infrastructure Project Organization, (4), Infrastructure Planning, Scheduling and Schedule Management (5), Infrastructure Project Cost Estimating, Infrastructure Budgeting & Infrastructure Control Accounts (6), Infrastructure Earned Value Management (EVM); Infrastructure Project Control; EVMATOM® Earned Value Management Accountability Transparency & Oversight Matrix®;  and EIA 748-C Earned Value Management (EVM) Industry Standards (7), Infrastructure Risk Management & Control (8), Infrastructure Quality Management & Control (9), Infrastructure Contract Management, Materials Management & Procurement; Disputes & Claims (10) Infrastructure Project Team Management (11) Infrastructure Supply Chain Management (SCM) (12) Infrastructure Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

All participants will complete five exercises for their My InfrastructurePM Strategy Play Book™ during the first four days of class.  All five exercises are due by the end of Day 4 and a passing grade of 80% is required for completion of the My InfrastructurePM Strategy Play Book™ and to earn INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ credential certification.  .

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ program is given in the English language only.

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNITS (PDUs):

60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) is awarded upon completion of the INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ program

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Who Should Apply

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ credential certification is ideal and widely used by Infrastructure Project Control Officers, Infrastructure Project Control Professionals, Infrastructure Senior Project Managers, Infrastructure Senior Managers, Infrastructure Managers, Infrastructure Engineers, Infrastructure Senior Program Managers, Infrastructure Head of Finance Department; Chief Project Officer; Chief Procurement Officer; and Program Managers.

Suitability – Who should attend?

The INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ program is suitable for a wide range of professional functions across the Infrastructure industry, notably:

Infrastructure Project Managers
Infrastructure Operations Managers
Infrastructure Executive Directors
Infrastructure General Managers
Infrastructure Finance Managers
Infrastructure Divisional Heads
Infrastructure Head of Training
Infrastructure Head of Human Resources
Infrastructure Area Managers
Infrastructure Project Directors
Infrastructure Project Engineers
Infrastructure Production Engineers
Infrastructure Planning Coordinators
Infrastructure Project Leaders
Infrastructure Team Leaders
Infrastructure Supervisors
Infrastructure Procurement Managers
Infrastructure Risk Managers
Infrastructure Quality Managers

Anyone who is involved in managing Infrastructure projects and seeks or wishes to enhance and increase their Infrastructure Project Management and Infrastructure Technical, Control and Management skills

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Participant Mix

A typical INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ class included Infrastructure Senior Project Managers, Infrastructure Project Managers, Infrastructure Project Control Officers, Infrastructure Project Control Professionals, Infrastructure Senior Managers, Infrastructure Managers, Infrastructure Senior Program Managers, Head of Finance Department; Chief Project Officer; Chief Procurement Officer; Infrastructure Procurement Managers, and Infrastructure Program Managers who work across the Infrastructure industry and government.

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Testimonials

For testimonials, please visit: http://www.evmi.com/testimonials-page/

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Faculty

ALL INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION INSTRUCTORS:

(1) Have a Master Of Science (MS) Degree in Project Management; Master Of Science (MS) Degree in Engineering (all fields)’; MS Degree in Economics (Infrastructure Economics); MS Degree in Computer Science Or Masters of Business Administration (MBA); or Phd or DSc in related field

(2) Are EVMP® Earned Value Management Professional® Certified or Certified Project Control Officer® (CPCO®) certified from EVMI®; or INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ Certified

(3) Have Over Fifteen Years of Earned Value Management (EVM), Project Controls and Project Management Experience in Industry Or Government Or Both;

(4) Have Implemented Several EIA 748 Industry Standard Compliant and DCMA Compliant Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) On Very Large, Complex and High Dollar (multimillion/multibillion valued) Programs and Projects;

(5) Have Taught or Teach In Graduate Programs In Accredited Universities and or at Community Colleges in the USA and abroad

INFRASTRUCTUREPM™ INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT MANAGER™ is a trademark of EVMi® Earned Value Management Institute® in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Copy Rights and Trademark Laws

Infrastructure is the term for the basic physical systems of a business or nation — transportation, communication, sewage, water and electric systems are all examples of infrastructure. These systems tend to be high-cost investments and are vital to a country’s economic development and prosperity. Projects related to infrastructure improvements may be funded publicly, privately or through public-private partnerships.

The term infrastructure was first used in the English language in the late 1880s. In 1987, a panel of the U.S. National Research Council adopted the term “public works infrastructure” to refer to functional modes including highways, airports, water supply and resources, telecommunications, as well as the combined systems that these elements comprise.

Applicable to large- and small-scale organizational frameworks, infrastructure can include a variety of systems and structures as long as there are physical components required. For example, the electrical grid across a city, state or country is infrastructure based on the equipment involved and the intent to provide a service to the areas it supports. Similarly, the physical cabling and components making up the data network of a company operating within a specific location are also the infrastructure for the business in question, as they are necessary to support business operations.

IT Infrastructure

Many technical systems are often referred to as infrastructures, such as networking equipment and servers, due to the critical function they provide within specific business environments. Without the information technology (IT) infrastructure, many businesses struggle to share and move data in a way that promotes efficiency within the workplace. If IT infrastructure fails, many business functions cannot be performed.

Types of Infrastructure

Infrastructure can be put into several different types including:

  • Soft infrastructure: These types of infrastructure make up institutions that help maintain the economy. These usually require human capital and help deliver certain services to the population. Examples include the healthcare system, financial institutions, governmental systems, law enforcement and education systems.
  • Hard Infrastructure: These make up the physical systems that make it necessary to run a modern, industrialized nation. Examples include roads, highways, bridges, as well as the capital/assets needed to make them operational (transit buses, vehicles, oil rigs/refineries).
  • Critical Infrastructure: These are assets defined by a government as being essential to the functioning of a society and economy, such as facilities for shelter and heating, telecommunication, public health, agriculture, etc. In the United States, there are agencies responsible for these critical infrastructures, such as Homeland Security (for the government and emergency services), the Department of Energy and the Department of Transportation.

Infrastructure Categories

Along with the aforementioned sectors, infrastructure includes waste disposal services, such as garbage pickup and local dumps. Certain administrative functions, often covered by various government agencies, are also considered part of the infrastructure. Educational and healthcare facilities may also be included, along with specific research and development functions and necessary training facilities.

Private Investment in Public Infrastructure

Sometimes private companies choose to invest in a country’s infrastructure development as part of a business expansion effort. For example, an energy company may build pipelines and railways in a country where it wants to refine petroleum. This investment can benefit both the company and the country.

For example, in 2005, Skyway Concession Company, LLC (SCC) entered into a 99-year lease with the City of Chicago for the operation and maintenance of the Chicago Skyway Bridge. As part of the agreement, SCC retains all rights to the toll and concession revenues generated by the bridge, while the city benefits from a $1.83 billion cash infusion and is no longer responsible for maintaining the bridge.

Individuals may also choose to fund improvements to certain pieces of public infrastructure. For example, an individual may fund improvements to hospitals, schools or local law enforcement efforts.

Infrastructure as an Asset Class

Infrastructure is also an asset class that tends to be less volatile than equities over the long term and provides a higher yield. As a result, some companies and individuals like to invest in infrastructure funds for the defensive characteristics, such as funds involved in transportation or water infrastructure.