PDRI Course Registration – PDRI Principles & Practices (VAL-102)

Learn how to use PDRI to improve scope definition in capital projects

PDRI facilitation
This PDRI course offers participants the opportunity to learn best practices in using the Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI) from the Construction Industry Institute (CII).  The PDRI methodology is used in front end planning to dramatically improve scope definition and achieve substantially improved project cost and schedule performance.  An interactive case study is used to provide participants with first-hand experience in how an effective PDRI session is conducted.  Participants will learn:

  • The PDRI methodology and benefits 
  • When to conduct a PDRI session during front end planning
  • Roles, responsibilities and logistics for a successful PDRI session
  • Advanced PDRI facilitation training
  • How to fully utilize findings from a PDRI session
Focus PDRI course on best practices in using the Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI)
CII Best Practice Front End Planning
Who Should Attend Program Managers, Project Managers, Design Managers, Designers, Project Engineers, Construction Managers, Technical Managers, Business Unit leaders, Site Supervisors, Operations leaders, Contract Administrators, Maintenance Managers, Risk specialists, Procurement professionals, Quality specialists and others
PDUs from PMI 7 Professional Development Units (PDUs)
from the Project Management Institute (PMI)
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Course Instructor

Sandra MacGillivray, PMP, PMI-RMP

CII Registered Education ProviderPMI R.E.P.Sandra is the Managing Director for Valency Inc., an implementer of best practices from the Construction Industry Institute (CII) that dramatically improve capital project performance.  She is a Certified PDRI Facilitator, Registered Education Provider (REP) with the Construction Industry Institute (CII), a Project Management Professional (PMP), and a PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) with over 15 years of project management experience.  Sandra is a past research team member with the Construction Industry Institute on front end planning, risk management and portfolio management. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Waterloo and a Master in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University.