Dropping the ball when it comes to deadlines and budgets isn’t going to help you advance your career.

Projects can come your way fast and furious. You might be expected to create schedules in Microsoft Project with little or no training. As you start to explore Microsoft Project, you’ll soon discover that you have to learn new PM terms, new disciplined thinking of project management, new interface, and even be expected to have a forecast schedule (what is that!?) Is it really worth your time to learn this tool?

The simple answer is yes. You can expect great benefits from Microsoft Project seeing as it is THE industry standard project management software out in the market. Like it or not, there is no better tool out there that allows you to plan and track a project (from simple to complex) as well as Microsoft Project does.

So what’s your wait? Kick start or advance your career and learn from the experts today. (When we say experts we really mean experts just google some of our top trainers: Tony Zink, Dale Howard, Tom Henry and you’ll find their books, articles, videos, and more).

And guess what? You’re in luck – we have a class right around the corner for you. October 27-28, 2014 (Monday – Tuesday), we have a 2-day course “Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013, Essentials” where you can join us at our Bellaire training facility or virtually online.

Each student will follow the instructor and complete hands-on exercises to create and manage projects with Microsoft Project and follow the same steps that they would follow if they were creating and managing live projects.

Here is a list of the course topics:
• Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013
• Using the Microsoft Project 2013 Interface
• Using Data Fields, Views, Tables, Filters, and Groups
• Initiating a Project
• Planning Tasks
• Planning Resources
• Balancing Resource Workloads and Baselining
• Tracking Project Progress
• Closing the Project Update Cycle
• Performance and Reporting

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