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Microsoft Project 2010

Project Management Fundamentals

In this course you will learn the fundamentals of project management, including how to identify project participants, goals, objectives, activities, and constraints. Course activities also cover activity dependencies, activity analysis, project schedules and budgets, network diagrams, Gantt charts, CPM scheduling, and activity duration compression. In addition, you will learn how to optimize project activities, estimate costs, control project changes, measure project performance, use project performance reports, accommodate change, control the project schedule and budget, and close a project. Class course materials include a CBT program. (0.6 CEUs)

Prerequisite:  Some working knowledge of using computer software.

13SM1400 Jul 17 (T, 9am-4pm)
13SM1401 Aug 21 (T, 9am-4pm)
13FM1400  Oct 2 (T, 9am-4pm)
13FM1401  Nov 13 (T, 9am-4pm)

$200


Project Management Using Microsoft Project 2010

This 3-day course focuses on how to use Microsoft Project 2010 software to manage projects. You will explore a project management case study and work with projects. In this course you will create and update a project plan, manage tasks and resources, use critical path to shorten a project, set a project baseline, exchange project plan data with other applications, manage project costs, create a Visual Report, create a Project Plan template, and create a master project. (1.8 CEUs)

Prerequisite: Completion of Project Management Fundamentals or equivalent knowledge, including some familiarity with Microsoft Project 2010. (If you are new to Microsoft Project 2010, it is recommended that you review the tutorials in the software before coming to class.)

13SM1501 Jul 18-20 (W-F, 9am-4pm)
13SM1502 Aug 22-24 (W-F, 9am-4pm)
13FM1500 Oct 3-5 (W-F, 9am-4pm)
13FM1501 Nov 14-16 (W-F, 9am-4pm)

$595


 

 

 

 

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