This nine-week online class covers best practices in scheduling: evidence-based task names, networking, resourcing, and estimating average work parametrically. Concurrently, you improve a schedule template of your choosing. Then, you schedule a specific project and link it with a service project to a resource pool. After manual and automated workload leveling and adding a project reserve, you baseline a rapid, reliable, feasible schedule. To control scope, you identify how to quickly assess issues and change impacts. Finally, to recover from likely slippages, you identify which tasks to fast-track, crash or de-scope. For this course, you need access to Microsoft Project.
Once you register and pay for your course, you may go to ilearn.sfsu.edu, and log in using your SF State ID and Password. It takes 24 hours to process your registration. Register early.
Recommended Text: Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2013, Eric Uyttewaal, ProjectPro, (ONLY AVAILABLE ON PROJECTPROCORP.COM).
|Dates||Days and Times||Location||Faculty|
|3/6/20-4/10/20||Fri, 6:00PM-8:00PM||Online||Oliver Gildersleeve|
Course Fee: $475
|Refund Code||Full Refund||75% Refund||No Refund|
|CEL_1||Class dropped one day prior to class start day||N/A||Class dropped on or beyond class start day|
Last Update: Feb 14, 2020 9:37am