Enliten IT’s Microsoft Project 2010 training courses offer you a convenient way to gain the skills you need.
Microsoft Project 2010 training courses
Whether you are new to Project management, are self-taught or you think you know a fair bit; we have the course for you. Whichever course you choose you will find lots of useful tips and tricks for getting the most out of Project.
Our Project Management Theory training course is aimed at those with no previous experience of running a project and concentrates on the “soft skills” required to manage a project and involves group work/discussions using simulated situations.
The 1-day Project 2010 Introduction training course concentrates on tasks, Gantt charts and resources, whilst the Intermediate Project 2010 training course deals with project tracking, baselines and resource pools. For experienced users our Advanced Project 2010 training course shows you how to use the product for multiple projects, PERT analysis, Earned Value Analysis and how to create templates.
All our Microsoft Project training courses can be run on-site (at your offices) or at our training centres in Harlow, Cambridge, Sunderland or Bicester.
If you're not sure which is the right Microsoft Project 2010 training course for you, use our free online Training Needs Analysis Tool, or call to speak to one of our trainers.
PRICING AND DATES
For pricing and availability about a public scheduled course or a private company Microsoft Project training course, please check online or just pick up the phone and call on 0845 1085481.
The suggested course duration is a guideline. Course topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the course participants.
NOTE: Course outlines are subject to change, at any time, without prior notice and at Enliten IT's sole discretion. Please download on a regular basis.
What is Project?
Microsoft Project allows you to plan, organise and manage resources (people, equipment, materials) to bring about the successful completion of a project e.g. building a house, widening a road etc. Goals and objectives can be met while honouring project constraints such as scope, time and budget.
Project managers use it to develop plans, assign resources to tasks, track progress, manage budgets and analyse workloads.
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