EPMA is pleased to announce that our Director of Training, Dale Howard, has been renewed as a Microsoft Project Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 2015. Dale was first awarded the Project MVP title in 2004 and is currently one of approximately 61 Project MVPs in the entire world.
The MVP title is not a certification; rather, it is an honorary title bestowed on individuals whom Microsoft considers to be experts with a Microsoft software application, and who freely share their knowledge in some public venue. In Dale’s case, Microsoft considers him an expert with Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Online. He answers questions on a daily basis in the Microsoft public user forums on the Internet, regularly contributes articles and presentations to the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) and blogs regularly in our EPMA blog site.
According to Dale, “…I am deeply humbled and greatly honored to be awarded the Microsoft Project MVP title for 2015. I do not take the Project MVP title for granted, and I work very hard to maintain my MVP status each year.” In his capacity as the Director of Training for EPMA, Dale is leading our efforts to make EPMA the “go to provider” for training on Microsoft Project and Project Server to companies throughout Texas, the USA and around the world.
Would you like to learn how to effectively use Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project Server, or Project Online to manage your projects? If so, please consider scheduling an on-site training class at your own company, taught by Dale Howard or an EPMA trainer like him. To inquire about pricing and to schedule your own private class, please contact EPMA at: