19 & 20 February 2020
Location and Venue:
The Quatermain Hotel, Johannesburg


Towards EVP (AACE) Certification

Advanced Earned Value Management for Project Controls (South Africa) 2019

One of the most critical problems that project management professionals face is the management of the performance on their project. The two most common challenge project manager faces in any industry are cost and schedule overruns. In many instances there is no forewarning; schedule slips, costs soar; and the project manager faced with the near impossible task of explaining why each impact occurred. 

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Presented by INTERNATIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERT: Alexandre Rodrigues ENG. PH. D. PMP. Alexandre is recognised as one of the Top Project Management Leaders globally. He has been involved in various projects globally and has earned multiple accolades for his extensive knowledge and contribution in the subject field. Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from Alexandre.

Performance measurement as the basis to manage projects, programs and portfolios, is becoming increasingly important for project-based organizations. Developed as joint effort between NASA and the US Department of Defence (DoD), back in the mid-60s, Earned Value Management (EVM) has been maturing and evolving over the last decades as the global de facto standard for performance measurement and project control, having deserved the attention of the most prominent standardization organizations like ISO, AACE International and the Project Management Institute (PMI), all of which have recently developed global standards specific for the implementation, adoption and certification on in Earned Value Management.

The ultimate goal of EVM is to provide stakeholders with reliable data and quantitative information about the project status and performance, so that more effective decisions can be devised to improve a project’s success. The adoption of EVM implies a cultural change towards objectivity, proactivity and opportunity management, where variation, deviations and changes are all the source for developing knowledge, gaining better understanding and improving a project. EVM s also the foundation for auditability in projects. The traditional alternatives to project control without EVM is the sole use of intuitive and empirical decision-making based on personal experience confined to managers’ “comfort-zones”, the use of financial cash-flow control metrics (which clearly fail to see the whole picture), or, at best, “home-made” metrics which do not capitalize on existing standards knowledge, nor provide a basis for benchmarking, a common-language, auditability and a basis for continuous improvement. Knowing EVM and being updated to the latest developments constitutes a key requirement for all professionals involved in making or influencing management and business decisions in projects, programs and portfolios.



  • Manage the use of the Earned Value Management (EVM) project control method as an essential decision-making tool for the success of projects and programs
  • Understand the added value and the benefits of EVM in the overall management of a project-based organizations
  • Recognize how to use EVM effectively as a key tool for communication among the project stakeholders and with executive management
  • Learn all the required technical knowledge to implement the EVM method in real project environments
  • Know how to integrate effectively the EVM method with: the scope definition(WBS), the project budget, the project schedule, the risk process, and with the organizational responsibilities (OBS/RAM)
  • Analyse and understand the essential technical and organizational requirements to implement effectively the EVM method in projects and organizations
  • Differentiate the importance and benefits of maintaining a data base of EVM metrics of past projects as the basis for controls and continuous improvement
  • Know how to explore the benefits of software tools to support the practical implementation of the EVM method
  • Discover how to apply the EVM concepts to program and portfolio management
  • Master the international EVM standards from PMI, AACE International, CPM and ISO, and understand the future trend of EVM as a key and essential performance management tool.


  • Project Controls Manager
  • Project Controllers
  • Earned Value Specialists
  • Programme Directors/ Managers
  • Project Planners & Schedulers
  • Project Management Office staff
  • Project Team Members
  • Cost Managers
  • Cost Controllers & Engineers
  • Project Consultants
  • Project Specialists
  • Project Engineers
  • Top Management
  • Risk Management Offices Staff
  • Project Sponsors

Attendee Fees:

3 Day Course: R14 900.


Register 3 or more: R 12 900 per person.

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Philip Rosslee. B.Eng, Pr.Eng, MBA, PMP.

Philip Rosslee holds a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering and qualified as a Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa.  Initial experience was gained as an engineer, project and business manager in the South African Iron and Steel Industry.  He was appointed on the BHP Billiton Project and Operations teams on the Mozal Aluminium Projects in Mozambique, doing project design, implementation, start-up and operational establishment. 

He relocated to Australia, where he joined the BHP Billiton Engineering and Owner’s teams on the Queensland Nickel Expansion project.  After successful completion of the project, he returned to South Africa, where besides being Managing Partner with PMO Projects in South Africa, he is a business partner in developing and managing residential properties.

He obtained his Master’s of Business Administration degree in Australia. He is a member of the South African Institute of Mechanical Engineers (SAIMechE) and the Project Management Institute (PMI), where he is certified as a Project Management Professional PMP®.

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