I have received an interesting question in the Facebook page asking about the differences between the project engineer and the planning engineer. After I prepared the reply, I found it could be useful to share with everyone.
Project Engineer: An engineer who is responsible for supervising the construction works. s/he could be civil engineer, architect engineer, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer etc. This position requires practical experience in the relevant field.
Planning Engineer: An engineer who is responsible for the project planning, scheduling, reporting, and controlling. Although, the scope of planning engineer works is fixed, but s/he could be civil engineer, architect engineer, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer etc. This position requires project management and planning skills in addition to some practical skills.
There are no courses for project engineers, just practical experience. However, if you want to become a planning engineer we do have the required courses for that in sequence as follow:
2- Professional Planning Engineer (PPE) Workshop: http://planningengineer.net/courses/professional-planning-engineer-ppe-online-workshop/
3- Claims management, Extension of time (EOT), and delays analysis: http://planningengineer.net/courses/claims-management-and-delays-analysis-online-workshop/
If you have any questions, or planning to purchase the above three courses at the same time, we can offer you 25% discount. Please send us an email with your requirements to email@example.com