Risk & Contract Management for Industrial Projects
|Program Name||Start date||End date||Language||Session Country||Remaining places|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||24 JUNE 2021||24 JUNE 2021||French||France||20|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||25 JUNE 2021||25 JUNE 2021||French||France||20|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||23 SEPT. 2021||1 OCT. 2021||English||France||15|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||23 SEPT. 2021||23 SEPT. 2021||English||France||20|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||24 SEPT. 2021||24 SEPT. 2021||English||France||20|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||30 SEPT. 2021||30 SEPT. 2021||English||France||20|
|RISK & CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS||1 OCT. 2021||1 OCT. 2021||English||France||20|
FR - EN (Support in english)
Virtual classroom learning
This program is initiated by the Projects Operational Department (DOP) and the Risk Management Department.
It strengthens the common culture, reiterates the fundamentals, the ENGIE tools and methods, and it dives into various critical phases of industrial project development and execution. Via recreations of tangible ENGIE case studies, participants share their views and discuss the best practices to adopt and implement Group tools and methods.
Targeted audience: Project manager senior, business developers, risk, legal, procurement officers.
- > To reinforce a common culture in risk & contract management within each project team, and specifically for Business Developer and Project Manager as leaders of those teams
- > To share and exchange on ENGIE best practices based on practical case studies coming from the analysis of the failures on some key projects
- > To reflect upon the tools and supports available within ENGIE to help you and your teams
They tell you about it
The presentation style and delivery of the faculty. Informative and balanced with humor, and a wide range of examples when asked about the industry.
Interaction with fellow Engie staff plus real life situations explained by the delivery team.
Very good trainer with lots of experience. The combination of explanations and exercises makes this training very effective.
Very clearly laid out. Lots of interactive exercises. Real examples used from the Group. Delivered with a lot of friendliness and energy.
> 4,5 hrs of e-learning
Project Risk Management
> Outline how the Project Risk Management (PRM) Guide integrates “Risk and Opportunity Management” into Project Management and how it adds value during the development and execution phases
> Present the Group’s tools and methodologies which should be used for PRM, with a particular focus on the risk related deliverables at critical stages in project development and execution
> 3 case studies to focus on strategic Risk Identification, Handover from BD to Execution and the Evolution of Risks during the execution phase
> Self-assessment Quiz
> Roles & Responsibilities of contract management
> The choice of a Contracting Strategy
> Market Intelligence and Contractor Selection
> Features of a good contract and focus on particular clauses
> Relationship with Contractors
- 2 days of on-site learning
- Or, 2*2 half-days of virtual classroom learning, over 2 weeks