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Seeking to improve project management and control across your organization and get the most from your Microsoft® license investment?

The MPUG® community can help.  You’ve already invested in the tools to manage projects, you have the right strategy, methodology and people. Now give everyone on your project teams the training to leverage those investments.  MPUG will help you drive your project teams’ productivity with Microsoft Project, SharePoint and Excel.

 

How?

  • Over 500 hours of self-directed, on-demand training videos
  • Weekly live interactive web training created and presented by industry experts
  • Learn from expert instructors and contributors around the globe
  • Earn all of the PMI® PDUs that you need
  • Templates and how-to articles reduce time to productivity
  • *New* Learning paths for beginner, intermediate and expert MS Project users
  • *New* Each member receives a digital copy of the 2016 Microsoft® Project Desk Reference Guide
  • *New* Share your organization’s job opportunities with the entire MPUG community
  • Enterprise license customers receive a custom training session that is tailored to your team’s needs

 

Why MPUG?

  • Training eligible for PMI® PDUs across all three categories of the PMI® talent triangle
  • Team and individual activity reporting, personalized transcripts and certificates of completion
  • Content is crowd vetted by 650k+ users giving you the most effective training and tips with 98% user satisfaction
  • Exceptional customer service for both administrative and user support
  • Your employee’s emails are safe. We never spam, share or sell e-mail addresses
  • Over ten years as the official Microsoft Project industry association

 

Already have an internal project management training program?

We can support you. Our on-demand content and a pool of 200+ instructors can augment your internal training. Join these industry leaders that use MPUG training to implement projects within the Microsoft toolset.

 

PLUS, groups get a direct line to MPUG for content and support and a custom portal for easy access and administration. Contact us to try MPUG today!

 

Contact us for a quote: corporate@mpug.com

 

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Learning Paths for Project Managers

Beginner

Intermediate

Expert

The Beginner Course Path Covers:

● The Fundamentals of Project Management
● What Is a Project?
● What Is Project Management?
● Who are Project Managers?
● Understanding the Project Interface
● Defining the Project Plan
● Creating a Project Plan
● Creating Tasks and Dependencies
● Controlling a Project Plan
● Tracking your project
● Reporting on Projects
● Achieving Goals
● Project Communication
● Key Agile Concepts Illustrated
The Intermediate Course Path Covers:

● Microsoft Project Do's and Don'ts
● Scheduling Efficiently with Microsoft Project
● Reporting Best Practices
● Agile Project Management
● Task Types and Effort Driven Tasks Deep Dive
● Managing Projects Using SharePoint
● Managing Portfolios, Programs, and Projects with Microsoft Project
● Communications Using Project Server and Project Online
● Multi-level Project Structures
● Communications and Cognitive Psychology
● Deep Dive into Project 2010/2013
● Forecast Scheduling
The Expert Course Path Covers:

● Building a PMO
● Customizing Microsoft Project
● Identifying Inappropriate Practices in Schedules
● Benefits and Challenges of Portfolio/Demand Management
● Leading Project Server 2016 Migrations
● Maintaining a Successful PMO
● Enterprise Adoption Strategy
● Communication Problems
● Governance
● Risk Management
● Resource Management
● Sustaining and Embedding Strategy
Recommended for People who are:

● new to MSP and/or Project Management
● part-time/unofficial project managers
● experienced project managers who need to freshen up their skills
Recommended for People's who want:

● a deep-dive on Microsoft Project features
● to build upon indispensable PM skills
● to improve efficiency and fundamental business practices
Recommended for People Who:

● practice project portfolio management
● need to enhance their strategic influence
● lead project management offices/teams