A project is any unique undertaking that creates a desired result. It contributes to one or more organizational objectives while achieving both project and product objectives. The five project management process groups, (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing) provide a comprehensive and practical view of an entire project from beginning to end.
The Project Management Course + Using Microsoft Project® Workshop is a 5-day program where you will learn how to plan, execute, monitor, control and close all types of projects – on time and on budget. It is applicable to projects across all sectors and you’ll also learn about Microsoft Project software and other tools to support all your everyday project management activities and keep track of your projects. You save $500 when you take the five-day program instead of the two programs separately. The optional 2-day Microsoft Project® Workshop is only $1,645 when you attend the seminar ($2,145 without).
These two courses provide a solid grounding in project management processes while recognizing the often neglected human side of project management. This is an ideal overview for anyone who is looking for a practical approach to managing projects. Participants love the step-by-step approach and the numerous techniques and templates that are included.
SEEC Certificate of Professional Excellence
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Using Microsoft Project® Workshop
Your projects just got a lot easier to manage thanks to our Microsoft Project® software training workshop. This workshop format is ideal for managers and staff who are looking to improve their skills in using project management software. Featuring Microsoft Project® 2013, Standard Version (MS Project 2010 and 2016 also welcome).
In this two-day workshop, you will be led through practical exercises that illustrate the many features of Microsoft Project® and cover tangible management issues, including:
- Setting up a project
- Scheduling and assigning tasks
- Allocating costs and resources
- Tracking progress
Don’t miss this workshop – you will wonder why you didn’t learn these project planning techniques and software skills earlier!
Featuring Microsoft Project® 2016, Standard Version (MS Project 2010 and 2013 also acceptable in class).