BSBPMG410 Apply project time management techniques BSBPMG512 Manage project time
This course teaches how to manage large and small projects using Microsoft Project The course discusses basic project management elements such as tasks and resources and shows how these can be planned and reported on electronically The course shows how larger projects can be managed by breaking them into sub-projects and by sharing pooled resources between projects
1 Understand the anatomy of a project and the steps to follow in planning and managing a project
2 Create a project and define the project's calendar or timescale
3 Manage tasks - define tasks link dependant tasks break down major tasks into sub-tasks and view tasks in a Gantt chart and PERT chart to analyse important relationships
4 Manage resources - assign resources to tasks define the quantity cost and availability of each resource define calendars for the availability of individual resources and groups of resources produce reports and graphs on resource usage and reconcile over-committed resources
5 Create a baseline plan for the project
6 Manage costs - calculate and report on task and resource costs
7 Manage the project schedule - track a project sort tasks into sequence update information as tasks are completed enter actual start and actual finish dates for tasks that are on schedule compare the schedule with the plan and re-define completion dates for slipping tasks
8 Manage multiple projects by sharing resources from a single resource pool and consolidating them
9 Manage large projects by dividing them into sub-projects that can be re-used
10 Produce customised reports using filters and tables
Optional Assessment This is a nationally recognised training program
Participants who successfully complete the optional assessment component of this course will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units of competency outlined above additional fee applies please enquire when you book
Exercises completed during the course will be used as evidence towards unit competency
For further information please refer to the course outline
There are no pre-requisites for this course
(03) 6334 4910
Level 3/110 Collins Street Hobart TAS 7000
Business owner Manager Project Manager Director Trades People Tradesman Administration Accounts Payroll Receptionist Builder Plumber Electrician
From Oct 18th at 12:00 AM
to Oct 19th at 12:00 AM
Up until Oct 13th
This course is also available subject to customer demand.
Contact the training provider for more information.
14 hours per attendee
NDA Computing Pty Ltd
NDA services include computer training, management training, traineeships and qualifications, group training and training room hire. The company has training centres in Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport. NDA is 100% Tasmanian-owned and was established in 1985.
The services provided by NDA include:
Computer training - desktop, web, systems, programming and accounting software. Management training.
Traineeships and qualifications in business, business administration, human resources, training and assessment, frontline management, IT and project management.
Group training - the supply of NDA trainees who work in your organisation.
Training needs analysis.
Project management of training roll-outs.
Courseware development and technical writing.
Training room hire.
NDA is accredited by the ASQA as a Registered Training Organisation.
NDA is accredited by Skills Tasmania as a Group Training Organisation.
NDA operates from training centres in Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport.
(03) 6334 4910
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