Interested in mastering Microsoft Project? Please join us at our

Full day training session

Overview of MS Project 2010/2013
Learn how to have MS Project work for you

(Zagreb, October 14th 2014)

Who should attend: New users of MS Project, Experienced users, Users who what to use MS Project more efficiently, Anyone who is interested in the best practices for using MS Project

Ellen Lehnert

Ellen Lehnert is a Microsoft Project MVP with over 20 years of corporate training and consulting experience. As an independent consultant/trainer, Ellen teaches standard and customized classes and develops customized processes for using MS Project/MS Project Server. She is the co-author of Introduction to MS Project 2013 Scheduling, Advanced Scheduling using MS Project 2013 and is the author of Managing Projects using MS Project 2010 desktop courseware. She is also contributor and tech editor for many reference books, wrote the monthly “Ask the Expert” column for the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) newsletter, a developer of the 70-178 MS Project 2010 certification test, lead writer for the 74-343 MS Project 2013 certification test and a frequent meeting speaker. She also implements MS Project Server and develops and delivers customized training programs to support client processes.

Topics will include:

• Applying Project Management principles to Project Scheduling software – Best Practices Managing Projects using MS Project
• Pre-Planning the schedule to provide you with optimum scheduling, reporting, and tracking benefits
• Starting a Project correctly – if you start MS Project and start typing tasks you are not doing it right
• Creating a WBS that will facilitate building an effective project schedule
• Task Typing (is it Work, Units or is it Duration)
• Relationships, Lead, Lag, Constraints, Deadlines – Best Practices
• Resources
• Assignments
• Leveling resource workloads
• Baseline and Tracking concepts

Where and when?

  • Hotel Aristos, Cebini 33, Zagreb, Croatia on Oct 14th 9:00.

Register now!