On Time: Project Scheduling Basics

Location: Distance Learning Course

2022 - 2023 On-line Individual$ 300.00
2022 - 2023 DVD Individual$ 320.00

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If a project manager was given three wishes concerning an ongoing project, one would surely be its "on time" completion. This course covers scheduling basics from a list-making perspective. You will learn how to develop lists of project activities, assign duration to listed activities, and show interdependence between activities on a logic diagram. You will be taught how to calculate the start/finish timing along these activity paths, prioritize activities based on timing, and to provide answers to critical project questions. And, you will be schooled in updating your schedule -- your list -- in accordance with actual progress. This course can benefit you whether you're a scheduling novice or a seasoned veteran. For the novice, use this course to come up to speed on scheduling terminology and technique. No prior scheduling knowledge is assumed for this course. Let scheduling become a valuable tool in assuring "on-time" performance for your projects. If you're a seasoned veteran that sees merit in "to-do" lists yet relegates scheduling to a necessary evil, perhaps you'll gain a fresh perspective. Seeing schedules characterized as dynamic project lists may serve to take the drudgery out of scheduling.

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Fee: $300.00

Fee Breakdown

Course Fee (Basic)2022 - 2023 On-line Individual$ 300.00
Course Fee (Alternate)2022 - 2023 DVD Individual$ 320.00

Distance Learning Course

Distance Learning Course

Larry Crowley

Have worked with Alabama Power Company since graduation in various areas of the Company including Distribution- design, operation, & maintenance of overhead and underground systems supplying residential, commercial, and industrial customers on our system and Supervision of Engineers and crew personal at different levels; Substation Maintenance- Supervisory responsibility for maintenance, testing, and operation of Company substations; Marketing- Industrial Accounts Manager- responsible for account management of several major industrial customers that included tariff applications, coordination of customer requests with our company; Power Quality Engineer- responsible for the investigation and resolution of Power Quality inquiries within one of the six geographic regions for Alabama Power Company for residential, Commercial and Industrial customers with an emphasis on the Major Industrial customers.


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