Monitor progress of planned programmes against work schedules
- 1.1 - Monitor progress against the work schedule using the following methodologies
- 1.2 - Record and provide regular reports to the managers on the programmes progress.
- 1.3 - Describe how to source information from the work schedule.
- 1.4 - Explain how to monitor and report progress of the planned programme by observation, calculation and measuring.
- 1.5 - Describe how the methods used to monitor progress, informed the report provided to managers, customers and/or representative, contractors or suppliers.
Identify, record and report inappropriate specified resources and suggest suitable alternatives.
- 2.1 - Establish, record and report inappropriate and inadequate resources selected for the project.
- 2.2 - Advise managers of suitable alternative resources.
- 2.3 - Give examples of inadequate and inappropriate resources, relating to:
–tools and ancillary equipment
- 2.4 - Describe how to identify and record inadequate or inappropriate resources relating to people, tools and ancillary equipment, materials, time and information.
- 2.5 - Explain the different methods and techniques used to inform managers about inadequate or inappropriate resources.
- 2.6 - Explain the organisational procedure for suggesting and specifying alternative resources.
Identify and quantify deviations from planned progress which have or may occur, and which could alter the programme.
- 3.1 - Determine and analyse work completed or projected work to be done.
- 3.2 - Compare work completed or projected work against given schedules to identify deviations relative to the project plan.
- 3.3 - Record and report identified and quantified deviations or confirm programme is on schedule.
- 3.4 - Explain the methods that can be used to identify, record and report deviations from planned progress, in relation to:
– resource shortages
– design problems and constraints
– lack of essential construction information
– construction errors
– adverse weather
– physical (workplace) constraints.
- 3.5 - Describe how any deviations from the planned progress could alter the programme, in relation to:
- 3.6 - Explain how to quantify any deviations from planned progress in regards to the methods of work and any implication on resources.
Confirm the circumstances of any deviations, seek advice and implement appropriate corrective actions.
- 4.1 - Analyse, record and report the corrective actions required to maintain the project schedule.
- 4.2 - Seek advice, plan and implement agreed corrective actions.
- 4.3 - Describe the methods used to confirm the circumstances of any deviations.
- 4.4 - Explain how to seek advice, plan and implement corrective actions in circumstances of any deviations, in relation to:
– restoring progress in accordance with agreed programme
– agreeing new completion dates
– securing additional resources
– altering planned work.
Identify and report options which may help the contract progress.
- 5.1 - Establish and record suitable options to the work schedule which are likely to help the contract’s progress.
- 5.2 - Report the identified options that can assist contractual progress.
- 5.3 - Explain how to record and report the options which are most likely to help the contract progress including recommendations for changes and resource needs relating to people, tools and ancillary equipment, materials, time and information.
- 5.4 - Describe the different methods and techniques used to communicate information about the projects progress to line management, customer and/or representative and suppliers.
Report progress, any changes to the operational programme and resource needs.
- 6.1 - Collect and confirm information on the project’s progress against project specifications.
- 6.2 - Report project progress and recommended options for changes and resource needs.
- 6.3 - Describe how to inform line management, customer and/or representatives, contractors and suppliers on the actions needed to be taken to maintain or improve project progress.
- 6.4 - Explain why and when line management, customer and/or representatives, contractors and suppliers should be informed about progress, any changes to the operational programme and resource needs, relating to people, tools and ancillary equipment, materials, time and information, which could help advance the contract’s progress.