Courses

Scheduling Professional

Course Title: Scheduling Professional
Awarded By: Project Management Institute
Course Category: Project Management
Course Duration: 24 Hours


Course Aim

This course is designed to provide practical hands-on experience in the planning, development, maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting of project schedules as well as tips and strategies for passing the Project Management Institute’s PMI-SP Certification Exam. The project schedule is often one of the most visible elements of project management in an organization. Learn methods to help ensure that analysis capability throughout the project life cycle.

 

Target Audience

This course is designed to provide practical hands-on experience in the planning, development, maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting of project schedules as well as tips and strategies for passing the Project Management Institute’s PMI-SP Certification Exam. The project schedule is often one of the most visible elements of project management in an organization. Learn methods to help ensure that analysis capability throughout the project life cycle.

Course Details

This course will cover the following key topics:

This course is designed to provide practical hands-on experience in the planning, development, maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting of project schedules as well as tips and strategies for passing the Project Management Institute’s PMI-SP Certification Exam. The project schedule is often one of the most visible elements of project management in an organization. Learn methods to help ensure that analysis capability throughout the project life cycle.

 

Learning Outcome

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. Gain a thorough understanding of the Tasks included in the five domains identified in the PMI-SP examination.
  2. Schedule maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting
  3. How to translate critical scope components
  4. Project Time Management Processes
  5. Identify the activities that are most likely to cause your project to be late
  6. Understand the benefits and applications of various project reports and how to interpret them
  7. Learn activity definition, schedule development, and resource planning and management.