1-2 day in class masterclass

Advanced Dynamic Scheduling Training

You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Dynamic Scheduling Methodology and be equipped to elevate your scheduling skills to a new level.

About this event:

Join us for an in-depth one/two-day classroom training session on Advanced Dynamic Scheduling, led by Laszlo Kardos, a distinguished Senior Advisor at Advando. 

This comprehensive program is designed to introduce and deepen your understanding of Dynamic Scheduling Methodology (DSM).  You’ll delve into the foundational principles and concepts essential to mastering Advanced DSM (ADSM), providing you with the critical knowledge and skills required to excel as a professional in the field of dynamic scheduling.

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Masterclass in Advanced Dynamic Scheduling Methodology (EN)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Applicable in various industries
While the course primarily concentrates on Shutdowns, Turnarounds, and Outages (STO events), its concepts and principles are broadly applicable to scheduling in various industries.

GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE:

  • 2 days
  • 1 day
Day 1: Introduction to Dynamic Scheduling Methodology, encompassing topics such as:
Day 2: Delving into Advanced Dynamic Scheduling Methodology with topics like:
Day 1: Introduction to Dynamic Scheduling Methodology, encompassing topics such as:

By the end of this training, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Dynamic Scheduling Methodology and be equipped to elevate your scheduling skills to a new level.  You will also receive a 50% discount on a Schedule integrity check and a 1-month free trail of Advando TACS execution module.

After this 1-day training you will receive an Advando Approved Certificate. A future proof certificate with a big value for your knowledge and experience.

What do I take with me?

Participants are advised to bring a laptop equipped with Primavera P6 scheduling software.

Become an advanced expert in our dynamic scheduling methodology

Masterclass in Advanced Dynamic Scheduling Methodology (EN)

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