New 30 PDU Credits Series of Online Course: PMIS & MS Project Training
New PDU course for PMP renewal provides affordable and on demand training to develop PMIS & MS Project Skills.
Newark, DE December 23, 2014
The leader in PMP® Online training, PMCampus.com, is once again announcing expansion of its project management courses with its newest PDU Course Series: Effective Project Management Using PMIS and Microsoft Project. A course that targets PMP Credential Holders who are seeking to update their project management knowledge and improve their skills in decision making with the use of powerful project management tools. Features of this course include creating a sensible work breakdown structure, integrating team’s contribution, tracking project progress, managing communication and stakeholders engagement. Professionals maintaining their PMP credential can also utilize this course series to earn up to 60 PDU Credits.
This first training series is broken down into three courses, all designed and developed by PMCampus’ very own team of PMP content experts in addition to licensed high quality instructional material. Every project manager will find that each module is well crafted with interesting multimedia presentations, good practice surveys, articles for reading and discussion, video lessons, interactive tutorials and quizzes. All efforts poured into each modules of this series conform to the mission of the company, and that is, to create enriching and effective training solutions for PMP credential holders.
MS Project Basics, Tasks Lists and WBS is the first course of this new PDU Series. It Introduces the important steps in understanding the whys and hows of using Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) in general and Microsoft (MS) Project software in particular. Learn how to setup a project, understand the productivity benefits of PMIS and develop an efficient approach to building task lists and a work breakdown structure using MS Project 2010/2013. Project Managers can earn 10 PDU credits through this course.
Time Management Using MS Project Scheduling Tools is the second course that will guide trainees with the basics of Dynamic Scheduling and the whys and hows of using Microsoft Project software 2010/2013. This training focuses on schedule management, estimating and organizing tasks, deliverables and critical path in the context of implementing project time management good practices using MS Project Gantt Chart and other productivity tools. This course is associated with 10 PDU Credits.
Activity Resources Management and Best Scheduling Practices is the third course enabling project managers to learn all about project management resources, activity costs and the whys and hows of using Microsoft Project software 2010/2013. This is a course geared towards effective managing of resources, costs and project budget in the context of implementing project cost management best practices using MS Project productivity tools. A highly useful course in handling real world projects. Upon completion of this course, professionals can earn 10 PDU credits.
Registering in these courses provide trainees unlimited access to the training program for 90 days and 24/7 customer support from PMCampus. Meanwhile professionals wanting to take all the three courses can avail of PMCampus’ best value 30 PDU Course Bundle on Effective Project Management using PMIS and MS Project.
To find other courses offered by PMCampus visit http://www.PMCampus.com.About PMCampus:
PMCampus contibutes to develop superior training and affordable e-learning experiences to the PMP community. As of October 2014, PMCampus has delivered 81,625 of PDU training hours and granted over 7,164 certificates for PDU PMP Re-certification. PMCampus also offers a variety of online PMP® Exam Prep and CAPM Exam Prep courses.