Posted by: kurtsh | January 25, 2009

TRAINING: Project 2007 Hands-On Training with UMT Consulting – Los Angeles, Feb 3rd

Project 2007 Hands-On Training with UMT Consulting
on February 3rd, 2009 in Los Angeles

Join us for this one-day hands-on training which will highlight Microsoft Project best practices. This event will cover several useful tips for improving your productivity with Microsoft Project including:

  • How to Reduce project schedule maintenance time by:
    • Defining calendars
    • Setting project options
    • Defining resources
    • Defining the project summary task
  • Constraint Types – What are they and how to use them:
    • Properly setting constraint types
    • Deadlines vs Constraints
    • Improving CPM analysis by accurately identifying dependencies
  • Best Practices
    • Views: selecting views and splits
    • Filtering and grouping
    • Auto indent/hiding the view bar
    • % Complete vs % Work complete (Actual Duration/Duration or Actual Work/Work)
    • Methods for analyzing over allocations
  • And more!

Location:  Microsoft – Los Angeles
333 S Grand Ave
Suite 3300
Los Angeles CA 90071

Date:  February 3, 2009

Time:  9:00am – 12:30pm

Cost:  *Free!*

Course Highlights

  • Hands-on training
  • Tips on improving your project schedule
  • Learn how to use constraints in Microsoft Project
  • Hear about best practices from the instructor and your peers

Who Should Attend: This course is for Project Managers, Project Coordinators, or Project Task Owners who would benefit from learning how to better utilize Microsoft Project.

Prerequisites: To gain the most from this event, attendees should have a working knowledge of basic Project Management practices and terminology. Attendees should also have some experience working in Microsoft Project.

Registration: If you’re a customer of mine and you’re interested in registering, please contact me for details.  Note: This special, no charge training event will fill quickly and space is limited, so be sure to register as soon as possible to reserve your seat.

UMT Consulting Group

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