Tuesday, November 6, 2012

New Webinar Series in January!

Bonnie Biafore and I are presenting three web-based training sessions on Microsoft Project in January, 2013. The Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) has arranged for PMI PDU’s and is sponsoring this as an international event. Register now as it will surely fill! Register HERE.

The text of MPUG’s announcement is as follows:

Would you like to use Microsoft Project 2010 more effectively? This certificate course is Microsoft Project users who need to effectively plan, track and communicate about projects, even if your title doesn’t include the words “project manager.” Each session of the series is taught by an MPUG expert presenter as ranked by our community members. The series will begin by answering the question, “What is project management?” and then explain how Microsoft Project fits in the framework of project management theory. The series will then delve into the practical aspects of planning and tracking projects, and communicating project information to others.

Community Favorites Bonnie Biafore and Sam Huffman

Course Format and Credit
The course comprise of 3 sessions of 2 hours each. MPUG Certificate upon completion of series and opportunity for six hours PMI® PDU credit.
Learning Objectives

  1. The project management lifecycle, how Microsoft Project supports project management activities, and when other tools are needed.
  2. Set up a project and tasks in Microsoft Project
  3. Create resources and assign them to project tasks
  4. Track and analyze project performance
  5. Communicate and share project information with others

Recommended Level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Expert – those desiring a refresh of the theory behind Microsoft Project and exposure to new tips and tricks.

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