PPMS

Practical PM Software

Book a class now

Feature Summary

Separator
Practical Feature Learn how to use software to plan and manage project schedules
Job Related Feature Enables you to take up an assistant scheduler’s role in your organisation directly after this class
Accreditation Feature Assessment-related certificates which are widely accredited
Do you know how to read a Gantt chart? You may know how to read a Gantt Chart, but can you create one? You may know how to create a Gantt Chart, but can you estimate the resources for a project? Based on the resources you will be using, can you adjust your schedule so as to accommodate resource non-availability? Are you able to manage a project or schedule using the critical path or using total float? These classes raise you above the crowd, so that you will be able to perform as a junior scheduler or scheduler.

Comparison

% TheoryTarget AudienceAccreditationsDuration
Class one
Project Management with Microsoft Project
15%InexperiencedPDUs, ECSA, ASAQS, SACPMCP, SAIA2-3 days
Class one
Project Management with Primavera
15%InexperiencedPDUs, ECSA, ASAQS3 days

Features

Learn how to use software to plan and manage project schedules
Practical Feature
Has a subcontractor ever passed you a Gantt Chart and you’ve felt a sinking feeling while staring at 40+ pages of programme? This class will put you squarely in the driver’s seat, so that you will be able not only to understand Gantt chart reports, but also to create your own using Microsoft Project software
Enables you to take up an assistant scheduler’s role in your organisation directly after this class
Job Related Feature
Have you been longing to take up an assistant MSP scheduler role at work? This class will assist you to get up to speed, so that you can take on these responsibilities with minimal effort. Not only does this class give you an excellent grip on the mechanics of the programme, it also gives you the “why do I need this?” and “where would I use this?” answers. Like all of Classic Seminars classes, this one is firmly rooted in how you will use the software when you return to work.