Microsoft Project 2013 to be offered at UTSI

UTSI will be offering the Microsoft Project 2013 on September 28-29, 2017.  The class size is limited to 10 for this 2 day offering. Course Fee is $699/person.

Project 2013 – Part 1
TARGET AUDIENCE
Students taking this course are responsible for managing projects in a work environment. This includes creating and maintaining project plans. This course is also for anyone seeking to become a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in Microsoft Office Project 2013.
COURSE OUTLINE
1 – STARTING A PROJECT
Project Management 101 Navigate and Customize the Project 2013 Interface Add Tasks to a Project Add Resources to a Project Save a Project
2 – WORKING WITH PROJECT CALENDARS
Manage Project Time Frames Change Working Time
3 – WORKING WITH PROJECT TASKS
Manage Project Tasks Add Summary Tasks and Milestones
4 – WORKING WITH PROJECT RESOURCES
Manage Project Resources Allocate and Level Work Resources
5 – DELIVERING A PROJECT PLAN
Print Project Views Share Projects Export Projects

Project 2013 – Part 2
TARGET AUDIENCE
Students taking this course are responsible for managing projects in a work environment. This includes creating and maintaining project plans.
COURSE OUTLINE
1 – MANAGING THE PROJECT ENVIRONMENT
Link Projects Baseline a Project Work with Custom Fields
2 – MANAGING TASK STRUCTURES
Change a Task List Create a Network Diagram Manage the Critical Path Use Lag and Lead Analyze Earned Value
3 – GENERATING PROJECT VIEWS
Use View Commands Use Existing Views Create Custom Views Format and Share the Timeline View
4 – PRODUCING PROJECT REPORTS
Use Existing Reports Create Custom Reports Export Visual Reports

2017 CCYP Summit

Why should all generations attend?

Maybe you’ve noticed-Millennials are a different bunch. Different in the way they work, communicate, and learn. Different in what they look for in a job, how they receive praise and criticism, how they are best motivated. Baby Boomers and Gen Xers have their preferences, too-but we’re all working together to achieve our goals. At CCYP Summit 2017, we’re discussing our differences, our similarities, and how to best merge them to achieve success. If you’re a business leader, come! If you have YP employees, send them! Both will benefit from learning about one another.