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Project Management
Introduction
Project Management is the act of directing and coordinating human and material resources throughout the life of a project to achieve predetermined objectives of Scope, Quality, Effort, Risk and Time.

Based on MSF (Microsoft Solutions Framework) principles, project management involves:
Envisioning
Planning
Development
Stabilization
Deployment

The training program has two distinct modules that comprise the key knowledge areas of project management and hand-on-experience on MS Project. We focus in trainings that address the more challenging aspects of delivering projects.
Who Should Attend
The training modules are aimed at all levels within public services, including Senior Managers, Trainers, Consultants, Project Managers, Team Leads and members of Project Teams.
Benefits
A clear roadmap for setting out the direction required to complete projects on time and within budget. Having the training will steer you in the right direction by knowing what is required to be done and when. The training will prepare you for PMP exam.

The following trainings are delivered by highly experienced trainers who utilize their expertise to ensure practical implementation of the modules.
TrPMK01: Project Management
Length: 2 days
Delivery Method: Instructor Lead, Onsite
Schedule: Once in two months   |    Location: Call
This training will cover the following areas:

Project Management Framework:
Introduction
Project Management Context
Project Management Process

Project Integration Management
Project Plan Development
Project Plan Execution

Project Scope Management
Initiation
Scope Planning
Scope Definition
Change Control

Project Time Management
Activity definition and sequencing
Duration estimates
Schedule development and control

Project Cost Management
Resource planning
Cost estimates, budget and control

Project Quality Management
Quality Planning
Quality Assurance
Quality control

Project Human Resource Management
Organizational Planning
Staff Acquisition
Team Development

Project Communications Management
Communication Planning
Information Distribution
Performance Reporting
Closure

Project Risk Management
Risk Identification
Risk Quantification
Risk Response Development
Risk Response Control

Project Procurement Management
Procurement Planning
Solicitation Planning
Source Selection
Contract Administration
Contract Close-out
TrPMP02: MS Project 2007
Length: 2 days
Delivery Method: Instructor Lead, Onsite
Schedule: Once in two months   |    Location: Call
This course will give you the skills to become an expert in Microsoft Project 2007. You'll complete a series of exercises covering the critical skills you need to create and modify a project plan file that contains tasks, resources, and resource assignments.

The training will cover:

Creating and Designing a Project

Fundamentals of MS Project
Creating a project
Entering, modifying and managing tasks
Scheduling tasks
Linking tasks through dependency relationships
Estimating task durations
Creating milestones
Setting Calendars
Project Schedule Constraints
Entering and assigning resources

Utilizing Views
Utilizing different views
View project progress

Tracking and Assigning Resources
Specifying Resources and Work Times.
Assigning Resources.
Changing and Controlling the Schedule.
Resource Leveling (Setting Priorities, Task – relative priority)

Base lining
Saving & Base lining (Baseline, Re-capitulate)

Project Tracking and Reporting
Project Execution (To Summarize, Prior to launch, How to monitor, How to track,Task details)
Track project information for a task and use the correct task tracking method in a gven scenario.
Prepare a project for tracking.
Identify the tracking view to use in a given scenario.
Checking Progress of a project and display progress lines.
Selecting a View or Report and the available reporting options.
Changing Views and Reports and changing the appearance of the Gantt chart view

Critical Paths and Scheduling Techniques
Critical Path Analysis and Optimization Techniques
Mathematical Analysis of Project Schedule e.g. CPM, PERT, GERT
Critical chain

Floats
Total Float and Free Float Concepts

Project Costs
Project Financial (Cost details, Earned Value Analysis, Terminology, Basics of monitoring, using
EVPM, EV for the project, EV graph)
Project Reporting

Custom fields and Rules
Using Custom Fields in MS Project
Applying rules/formulas on fields/custom fields and tracking values

Case Studies
Real time case studies with trainees’ involvement.