In this course, you’ll gain a better understanding of how to apply project management concepts and how to make appropriate variations between them as well as more advanced project management tasks, such as how to select projects and develop strategies for them, how to create a complex schedule model, and how to identify and assess any risks in the project. This course combines knowledge of project management scheduling disciplines with the use of the Microsoft Project 2010 software.
If you have exposure to Microsoft Project, you are probably aware that it's not like any of the other Microsoft Suite software. You must have some knowledge of project management in order to use the software effectively. This training is designed for beginners through advanced users of Microsoft Project. You’ll advance through Microsoft Project 2010 features and functions one step at a time, learning how to plan out your work and keep projects of any level on track using this powerful software. In addition, you will gain confidence and competency through hands-on practice.
This course meets or exceeds the educational requirements for those interested in the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. Students who are interested in earning the PMP must schedule and pay for testing independently after they complete the course.