Training - Project Server 2010/2013 for Executives
Business Need:Project Management, Certification Training, Microsoft Product Training
Works With:Microsoft Project Professional 2013, Microsoft Project Server 2010, Microsoft Project Server 2013, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft SharePoint... (more)
Industry Focus:General - Applicable to All
The goal of this one-day, instructor-led course is to prepare executives to effectively review and manage mission-critical projects using Project Server 2010. After completing this course, executives will be proficient in navigating executive-level status reports and documents.
Candidates for this course are executives.
EPM Solutions is recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as a Registered Education Provider (REP). The Registered Education Provider Program is the premier comprehensive continuing education program related to the field of project management. As such, our programs and services align with multiple industry standards, including the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge). Taking our courses will entitle you to 7 PDUs per day of training.
MS and PMI Certified Trainers
EPM Solutions is a Project Management Institute Certified Training company. We provide high-quality, experienced trainers with real-world experience. Our qualifications include Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCT), PMI Certified Project Management Professionals (PMP), and Master of Business Administration personnel (MBA).
- Module 01: Getting Acquainted with Project Server
- Module 02: Introducing the Project Server Interface
- Module 03: Monitoring Time and Tasks
- Module 04: Approving Time and Task Updates
- Module 05: Customized Personal Settings
- Module 06: Working with Project Sites
- Module 07: Working with Status Reports
- Module 08: Using the Project Center and Project Views
- Module 09: Understanding Project Server Business Intelligence
- Module 10: Using FastTrack Reports
Training - Project Server 2010/2013 for Executives has not been reviewed by any customers.
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