There is a growth in careers in Project Management in the Lehigh Valley and around Allentown. The Center for Leadership and Workforce Development offers comprehensive programs in the field. Whether you are new to the field and just want an overview or you need a comprehensive programs in the methodology, we can help.
Foundations of Project Management
The purpose of this course is to help participants improve project management skills. Emphasis will be placed on how to organize a project, track performance throughout project execution and make adjustments to keep the project in line with the stated project goals. Project lifecycles including initiation, planning, execution and control, and close-out will be discussed.
Project managers will learn project management concepts and techniques and will apply those techniques in class exercises using suggested methodologies and templates, allowing them to assimilate the concepts and processes into their jobs as they effectively support mission requirements.
Course hours count toward PMI certification and continuing education requirements.
Microsoft Project 2010 Essentials
This interactive course is designed for those new to Microsoft Project 2010 and lays a foundation of knowledge to become proficient in using Microsoft Project as a planning tool in your organization.
Participants will learn to:
Microsoft Project 2010 Advanced
This course builds on the concepts learned in MS Project Essentials showing more functionality, tips and tricks, and tools to track actual progress, manage over-allocated resources and generate effective reports.
It is highly recommenced you take the Microsoft Project Essentials course first, or have demonstrated experience with Microsoft Project 2010
For information, contact Tom Bux, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-799-1961
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