This is a 2-day class from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. Space is limited to 10 students.
This course is aimed at users who want to become well versed in the use and understanding of the TILOS software. Users will be shown how to create new views, change the time scale and distance scale orientations, create sub-projects, add floating distance scales, create task notes and task steps.
This course will also cover working with baselines, reschedule settings and options, critical path, free float and total float, sector profiles and speed profiles. The users will be shown how to configure and print the Gantt chart and how to create a Distance Gantt chart.
The advanced training course takes a more in depth look at the topic covered under Basic training such as progress, calculation models, histograms and manipulating data tables.
Cost to attend is $1,190 USD.
After completing this course, learners will:
- Understand how to use the advanced features and capabilities
- Become proficient with the March chart and the Gantt chart
- Become familiar with scheduling best practices for TILOS
- Create complex histogram reports
- Learn how to adjust all important settings and configuration options
- Review advanced trouble shooting procedures, hints and tips
Each learner will require a Windows based laptop with an active USB port. The training will be done off of a USB key containing TILOS and a license.
Those attending TILOS Advanced course need to have previously completed the TILOS Basic training course.
A minimum of 4 students is required to confirm this course. Should the minimum requirement not be reached 2 weeks prior to start date, the event will be cancelled.
Should the learner cancel their registration within 14 calendar days of the session start date, after the training has been confirmed, 100% of the training fee will be forfeited and will not be refunded.
With over 25 years of experience in planning and scheduling, Dean Rosychuk provides customer support and training for TILOS in North America and South America. His expertise includes the development and maintenance of resource loaded schedules using TILOS, Primavera P6, and MS Project.
Dean has been involved with project controls, earned value, productivity rate trending, progress tracking, resource usage profiles, schedule forecasting, S-Curves, environmental risk, recovery plans and material tracking.
A graduate of the University of Alberta with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, he has worked for Valard Construction, Taylor Scheduling Software, Alberta Research Council and Square D Canada.