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SAIT - BCPT 174: MS Project Level I & BCPT 175: MS Project Level II (Online)

Date:   Nov 03, 2020 - Dec 14, 2020
Location:   Online

Price:   $440 Member & Non-member Read Cancellation policy

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Supply Chain Canada - Alberta Institute in association with Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), offers courses in leading to SAIT’s Applied Project Management Certificate.  

BCPT 174: MS Project Level I

You will create and manage a project schedule using Microsoft' Project program. Upon successful completion of this course. students will be able to identify the basic features and components of the Microsoft Project environment. create a new project plan file and enter project information, manage tasks by organizing tasks and setting task relationships. manage resources for a project and finalize a project plan

Module 1: Starting a Project

  • Project Management 101.
  • Navigate and Customize the 2013 Interface.
  • Add Tasks to a Project
  • Add Resources to a Project
  • Save a Project

Module 2: Working with Project Calendars

  • Manage Project Time Frames.
  • Change Working Team.

Module 3: Working with Project Tasks

  • Manage Project Tasks
  • Add Summary Tasks and Milestones.
  • Module 4: Working with Project Resources
  • Manage Project Resources.
  • Allocate and Level Work Resources.

Module 5: Delivering a project plan

  • Print Project Views

BCPT 175: MS Project Level II

You will I manage and customize project plans during the implementation stage of a project. upon successful completion Of this course, students will be able to exchange project plan data with Other applications, update a project plan, manage project costs, report project data visually, and reuse project plan information.

Module 1: Managing the Project Environment

  • Link Projects.
  • Baseline a Project
  • Work with Custom Fields.
  • Change Project Options.
  • Extend Project with Apps.

Module 2: Managing Task Structures

  • Change a Task List,
  • Create a Network Diagram
  • Manage the Critical Path
  • use Lag and Lead.
  • Analyze Earned Value.

Module 3: Generating Project Views

  • use View Commands.
  • use Existing Views.
  • Create Custom Mews
  • Format and Share the Timeline View

Module 4: Producing Project Reports

  • use Existing Reports.
  • Create Custom Reports,

 

Instructor:  Joey Roa

Joey Roa is a PMP with over 20 years of diverse experience in oil & gas, banking, and consulting. Joey has held various roles including managing multimillion dollar programs, strategy and governance engagements with senior producers, and managing Project Management Offices for mid and senior producers. In addition, Joey is a past-PMI speaker and is an instructor with SAIT Polytechnic in the domains of project and program management. Joey is an honors graduate from the University of Calgary's School of Business with a concentration in Management Information
Systems and Finance.

NOTE:  Meals will NOT be provided during this course.

CPD Points: 10

 

 

Refund and Cancellation Policy: 

Refunds:

  • Registrants will receive a full refund to courses cancelled by Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute.
  • Registrants who have received written acceptance into a course and provide written notice to Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute of their withdrawal from the course 14 days or more prior to the first day of class, will be provided a full refund. After 14 days prior up to 2 days prior to the start of the class, Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute will refund half the course registration fee. After the 2- day period, refunds will not be granted.

Cancellation:

Due to unforeseen circumstance if Supply Chain Canada - Alberta Institute cancels an event all registrants will be offered the option to transfer the registration to a future event or receive a refund.

Please send cancellation request, questions or concerns to Millete Gutierrez (mgutierrez@supplychaincanada.com)

 


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