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Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials – Part One

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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 2 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

Getting Started with Project Management and the Microsoft® Toolset

-What Is a Project?
-What Is Project Management?
-Who are Project Managers
-Key Goals & Challenges Facing Projects
-Tools, tools and more tools

See part 2 and part 3 of Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials Series on-demand, these recordings were featured as part of the Microsoft® Project Virtual Conference 2016.

Presenter Info:

Ben Howard, MVP

Awarded Community Leader for his very popular and comprehensive UK web training series. Ben Howard has over 20 years experience of implementing enterprise solutions such as MRPII, ERP, and latterly Microsoft’s EPM (Project and Project Server) solution. During that time he’s worked for IBM, DELL, and Microsoft, as well as several smaller organisations. He now runs his own EPM consultancy (Applepark Ltd), providing Project Server implementation and training services.  His has been awarded the Microsoft Most Value Professional award for Project for the last 5 years, and has published the successful “Microsoft Project 2013 Plain and Simple” book.

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byHarry Kendrick onMPUG

Very good overview of project management which is needed to setup the presentations of session 2 and 3

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  1. I am restarting my training from ground zero, beginning with essentials.

  2. good info

  3. Please advise if new Certificate Series (Microsoft® Project 2019, Online, For the Web, etc.) will be available shortly. Thanks.

  4. Excellent project management overview & fantastic review for “old PMPs” : ) Great speaker – very engaging & very clear.

  5. Glad you enjoyed it.


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