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An Introduction to Value Engineering

An Introduction to Value Engineering

An Introduction to Value Engineering

Mr Steve Kirk
Mr Steve Kirk
on behalf of SAVE International

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Launch date: 31 Aug 2016
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Last updated: 28 Nov 2018

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Mr Adeyemi Adesina (9 May 2018)
A very good introduction to Value Engineering.
Jameel Banoo (9 Jun 2018)
Concise summary of Value Engineering with some history of it’s origins
Ms Noraini Md Zamri Noraini Md Zamri (8 May 2018)
Concise and Straight forward.

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Description

An overview of Value Engineering.

Objectives

Value Engineering Basics
Learners will gain an basic understanding of Value Engineering.
Mr Steve Kirk

Author Information Play Video Bio

Mr Steve Kirk
on behalf of SAVE International

Steve Kirk is the current SAVE Vice President of Education.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • SAVE Certification Board
  • 0.25 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70

Faculty and Disclosures

Additional Contributors

John Sloggy, Robert Stewart

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User Reviews (20)

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Mr Adeyemi Adesina (9 May 2018)
A very good introduction to Value Engineering.
Jameel Banoo (9 Jun 2018)
Concise summary of Value Engineering with some history of it’s origins
Ms Noraini Md Zamri Noraini Md Zamri (8 May 2018)
Concise and Straight forward.
Cleumar Santos (8 Feb 2018)
Thank you for good introduction
Enrique Ledesma (7 Jan 2018)
Really good introduction to Value Engineering, looking forward to continue learning...
Miss Gricelda Garcia (5 Oct 2018)
Explain an easy way the introduction to Vave.
Llaneza Murillo (3 Oct 2018)
This is a very good information that provides a general understanding of VAVE.
Mr Widia Kurnia Adi ST (29 Jan 2017)
Great introduction simple yet inspiring to dig deeper for VE concept and prarices
Mr Hazem Alkhaiat (27 Oct 2018)
It was a very nice informative introduction about Value Analysis and Engineering. Amazing!!
Rachel Hottor (26 Jun 2018)
I would like to know how value engineering has evolved with today's technology and advancement since General Electric began the V.E. process.
Miss May Kuan (21 Mar 2018)
A very direct and great introduction of what is VE about and how it benefits an organization and team
Miguel Otero Jimenez (20 Mar 2018)
Good overview of VE.
Mr Javier Masini CVS (18 May 2018)
Very good Quality Introduction. Looking forward for more like this.
Emad Shublaq (15 Feb 2018)
There is much about VE history and words are more generic ; for example VE was discovered in the forties while in the VMA or AVS ask exactly when ; 1947 or 1957 or 1948 ! Moreover , the terminology of VA , VE , and VM ( UNDER THE Value Methodology is not presented clearly ). The sequence of Value start not shown well ; when it moves to US Navy , ........ Till SAVE International . I prefer if the presenter is mention about VE / VA works as Problem solving tool at the beginning ! and so many thoughts I use to teach my attendees at first day . Prof. Emad Shublaq, Ph.D., CPEng., CVS-LIFE , F.SAVE, F.ASCE.
Miguel Reyes (14 May 2018)
Interested in learning more.
Mohamed Mohamed (14 Jan 2018)
Thanks.
Rick Holmes (13 Nov 2018)
Good introduction to Value Engineering.
Waseem Almasalma (12 Jan 2018)
It's a brief, but great. Thank you.
Mr Sabturani Bakil CE, CVS, CCC (10 May 2018)
informative
Mr Bas Janssen (10 Jan 2017)
this E-learning was a nice introduction in to value engineering where it came from and how it was developed. it shows that it can be performed on one time and repeatable projects and on products and production processes. it takes you to the essence of the product what is it's main function and what are supporting components to that function.

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