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Project Management College of Scheduling Body of Knowledge

Time limit: 35 days


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Course Description:

The Project Management College of Scheduling (PMCOS) Body of Knowledge (BOK) is a self-paced course with a project-based approach, designed to introduce the concepts of planning, scheduling, and project controls to entry-level professionals. The PMCOS is a dynamic organization of professionals dedicated to advancing the practice and profession of project planning and scheduling and promoting accurate, ethical schedules worldwide. This BOK makes use of existing literature and avoids replicating what is already available in the public domain or behind paywalls.   

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, the participant will have acquired and applied the basic skills and knowledge to: 

  • Develop a plan for the construction of a simple project. 
  • Develop a schedule for the construction of the single-span bridge. 
  • Monitor the progress of the single-span bridge by comparing the as-built schedule against the as-planned schedule. 
  • Apply a Schedule Delay Analysis methodology, like the Time Impact Analysis (TIA), to a schedule delay analysis scenario. 

Course Topics:

The single-span bridge project-based process 

  • Bid Schedule
  • Project Planning
  • Baseline Schedule
  • Interim Update
  • Prospective Change Order
  • Recovery Schedule
  • Final As-built Schedule

Course Requirements:

This course utilizes existing literature available in the public domain or behind paywalls to support its single-span bridge project. To demonstrate understanding of the core instructional material, participants will complete step-by-step activities in each milestone. All seven milestones must be completed.

Technical Requirements:

To participate fully in this course, you will need:

  • An active email address for the individual participating in the course.
  • A desktop computer or laptop (recommended): Canvas is available on mobile devices, but some content may appear differently.
  • Access to a high-speed internet connection.
  • A web browser compatible with Canvas: Chrome and Firefox are recommended.
  • Headphones or speakers (closed captioning also available).
  • Computer skills including Internet browsing, using email, typing, downloading files, and basic troubleshooting.

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