Practice of MS Project
When a Project Manager has been tasked with a project, effective planning, execution and on time completion becomes critical to his success. However, managing time, resources and budget can be extremely challenging without the correct tools and support but this can be achieved by applying project management theory and practical know-how using Microsoft Project 2010. During this programme you will be taught MS Project tools such as creating a project plan, managing resources and reporting and evaluating project progress. You will also be able to print reports which visually portrays the project and thus empowers to you keep your team and stakeholders up to date on your project as you go along.
Course Duration: 12 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Cash Fee: R3990 (Fees on terms are also available)
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- Individuals who are involved in the planning, executing and competing of projects
- For those project managers who want to adopt an IT platform and understand how to use it
- A person who wants to formalise their current knowledge and skills with a certificate
College Campus is an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The Practice of MS Project 2010 short learning programme (SLP) certificate is certified by The IIE. Employers in both the private and public sectors value the skills obtained from students who have studied MS Project 2010 at College Campus.
Learning Unit 1: Introduction to MS Project
Learning Unit 2: Creating a project plan
Learning Unit 3: Task Management
Learning Unit 4: Resource Management
Learning Unit 5: Finalization
Learning Unit 6: Integrating MS Project
Learning Unit 7: Updating, Reporting and Re-using Project Plans
Learning Unit 8: Managing Project Costs
Learning Unit 9: Reporting Project Data Visually
Learning Unit 10: Re-using Project Plan Information