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Training : Introduction to Mechanical Project Control Risk Management for Engineers; How to Attenuate the Project Schedule with Monte Carlo Analysis (ASME, PMBOK)

Held on : 25-26 April 2019

Taufik Agustian Hadinata, IPP.

what is this?
As The Engineers involved on wide variety Project Mechanical Managements activities, from design of components, equipment, systems or facilities through various phases of manufacturing, construction, FEED, or operation. The planning and control systems must help mechanical management’s projects the status toward objective completion. Its purpose is to establish policies, procedures, and techniques that can be used in the day to day management and control of projects and programs[1].
Managements must compare the time, cost, and performance of the program to the budgeted time cost, and performance, not independently but in an integrated manner. The focus of controls in not only on issues, but also on the timeliness of the decision making process on Mechanical Engineering on Mechanical Equipment. To avoid costly delay, attenuation shall be made within a phase, and certainly prior to moving to the succeeding mechanical phase. Risk is measure of the probability and consequence of not achieving a defined project goal[2].
Monte Carlo methods (or Monte Carlo experiments) are a broad class of computational algorithms that rely on repeated random sampling to obtain numerical results. Their essential idea is using randomness to solve problems that might be deterministic in principle. They are often used in physical and mathematical problems and are most useful when it is difficult or impossible to use other approaches. Monte Carlo methods are mainly used in three problem classes: optimization, numerical integration, and generating draws from a probability distribution.
Primavera Risk Analysis will be used as a tool to do Monte Carlo analysis, in addition to the conventional Critical Path Method (CPM). Linking uncertainty aspects to mechanical’s project triangle, getting some project scenarios, in order to achieve best management’s decision.

what you get it ?
  • To IDENTIFY the control on mechanical project management
  • To PROVIDE a framework for control and risk Management System
  • To INCREASE familiarity with Monte Carlo methods and methodology
  • To DESCRIBE the role and structure of the control and risk procedures
  • To RECOGNISE the management functions core competences of risk and control managements
  • To APPRECIATE the application of Risk and Controlmethodology in other areas of interest

who IS the instructor ?
Taufik Agustian Hadinata, IPP.
He has 10 years experiences in oil and gas, mining, cement plant, pharmaceutical. His extensive experience includes project management and construction management.
His client experience includes work executed for: Exxon Mobil, CRH plc Ireland, Chevron, BBraun, Frisian Flag, Royal Haskoning DHV, Semen Indonesia, SMART, Kereta Api Borneo (RZD Russia), Antam, etc.
He is a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineer from Pasundan University Bandung. Currently he is working as consultant in AECOM Philippines as project management and construction specialist.

The course will be useful
to a wide range of disciplines, whether in design, development, production, maintenance or a safety/environmental role. People in all these disciplines regularly lead, or are involved in Risk and Control Management. These include:

  • Managers
  • Risk Assessors   
  • Project Control Officers
  • Project Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Survey and Inspector
  • Construction Supervisor
  • Mechanical Installation Specialist

The objectives of this course are:
1.       Participants know and having capability of identification and executing Risk and Control using Monte Carlo analysis,
2.       Participants know and solving case study on Control and Risk Management,
3.       Participants have capability of describing and pointing Control and Risk Management.

Training will be scheduled on 25 – 26 April 2019, 08.00 – 16.00 (Jakarta Time).
Training will be conducted at Pomelotel Hotel, Jalan Dukuh Patra Raya No.28, Kuningan, RT.11/RW.1, Menteng Dalam, Jakarta Selatan 12870.

Registration for participants via Mr. Arfi Yesso, Badan Kejuruan Mesin – PII, email : and, phone : 0813 1671 6412.

Fee for every participant is Rp 3.500.000,- (non-member PII) or Rp 2.500.000,- (member PII), with facilities soft file and hard file (training material), lunch, certificate, snacks.

DAY 01
Thursday, 25 April 2019
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Project Control Management
08.00 – 16.00 bbwi
Taufik Agustian Hadinata, IPP.
Mechanical Project Control Management Cycle and Project Triangle
Understanding Project Uncertainty, Risk, and How to Attenuate Project.
Case Study and Discussion
DAY 02
Friday, 26 April 2019
Introduction to Primavera Risk Analysis
08.00 – 16.00 bbwi
Taufik Agustian Hadinata, IPP.
How to Run Risk Analysis Build Pre-Mitigated & Post-Mitigated Plan
How to Set Up The Project Scenario and Confidence Level, Analyzing Risk, and Attenuate Project.
Case Study and Discussion
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[1] Kerzner, Harold, Ph.D., Project Management, A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling, 11th Ed., Wiley Inc., Canada, 2013.
[2] Ade Irfan, Muhammad, IPM., AE., CIPM., Cost and Estimation Management, BKM – PII, Jakarta, 2018.

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