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Microsoft Project 2007 21 PDUs
This is an elective course in the Project Management Certificate Program. Successful completion fulfills 21 Professional Development Units towards certificate completion or ongoing professional development.
Microsoft Project 2007 is a software application that is often used to track and dynamically update typical project management tasks and changes. This hands-on course is designed to show you how to practice with managing time, people, and budgets for any size project. You will learn how to create a task list and assign resources, fine-tune your project plan, track project progress, and share and publish project information. Version 2007 of Microsoft Project includes new, easy-to-use scenarios and reporting features.
Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:
Design a new project plan
Create and update a task list
Estimate task durations and enter milestones
Document people, equipment and material resources
Work with project views and filters
Customize project properties and best practices
Link tasks and work with task relationships
Assign costs to resources and resources to tasks
Format and print your plan in Gantt chart view
Use the new reporting wizards
Track progress with baseline plans
Use constraints and deadlines
View and adjust the critical path
Resolve over-allocation of resources
Share information with other users
Please note: Students who register less than three days prior to class may not receive their book until after class ends.
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