Project managers are responsible for determining a project's schedule by sequencing activities, estimating time and resources needed to complete project work, and controlling the schedule as the project progresses. This course provides students with information, tools, and techniques to use to develop and control a project schedule, determine the initial critical path, and find activity slack. Students will learn about processes to use when developing a project's schedule, estimating activities, estimating durations and resources, and controlling the project schedule to reduce risk; in addition, students will practice creating a Gantt chart. This course provides 12 professional development units in three, 4-hour workshops.
The tuition for this course is $600.
Identify tools and techniques used to develop a project's schedule
Learn how to identify a project's critical path of activities
Controlling the Schedule Process
Learn techniques to prioritize project activities and control a project's schedule to reduce risk
Estimating Resources and Gantt Charting
Learn ways to use different types of tools to estimate resources and durations at the planning stage of a project
Recognize how a Gantt chart indicates the critical path and slack within project activities
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Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Units (PDUs) cannot be converted into academic credit. It is the student's responsibility to confirm whether or not CEUs/PDUs earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by employers and/or applicable licensing agencies.
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