Introduction To Project Scheduling – pmpdu2035 (0 credits)
Project scheduling is a foundational technique that project managers use to describe and sequence project activities and activity dependencies. When developing the project schedule, project managers use processes to identify and respond to risk as they occur. This course focuses on the tools and techniques used to define and sequence project activities and dependencies, and identify and plan for project risks. Students will be introduced to techniques used in sequencing project activities and planning for project risks. This course provides 12 professional development units in three 4-hour workshops.
This non-credit course is 3 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Introduction to Project Scheduling
- Identify tools and techniques used to schedule project activities
Work Breakdown Structure
- Identify planning techniques to propose a project schedule
- Use a Work Breakdown Structure as an organizing tool to identify project tasks
Scheduling Techniques and Risk Management
- Learn ways to identify, investigate, and respond to project risks
- Recognize how a network diagram indicates the relationship between project activities and dependencies
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