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Critical Path Scheduling - in Bellevue-Seattle, DC, or Live Online

Critical Path Scheduling - in Bellevue-Seattle, DC, or Live Online
Project Management Training - Critical Path Scheduling


This is a two day class. This is a small class for intensive learning.

For refreshers in quality, risk management, EVM or Critical Path/Critical chain, click here

Prerequisite: project management experience

Instructions: Plan on registering for class 7 to 14 days in advance before the first class begins to make sure you have a seat on the dates you want. Register by clicking the "add to cart" button above. Payment will be required at the same time. You may use either a credit card or debit card or PayPal. The latest pre-registration is required by 5:00 PM the day before the class begins unless the class is marked "filled." Classes are small, so if you must have a certain date it is suggested you may consider scheduling this class 2-4 weeks in advance to hold the date as dates are subject to change if there are no registrations

(1) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 2018 156th Ave NE, Bellevue WA - Parking is free at this location. For directions: click here

(2) Onsite: SmartPath LLC, 1050 Connecticut Ave NW, Floor 10, Washington, DC 20036. Click here for directions and DC Metro & Parking Information & Instructions

(3) SharePoint Live Online: Download the software on your computer prior to training for the Microsoft 30 day trial period.

Time & Date: See the arrow down menu above for all course dates and times

This course helps participants understand the sequence of tasks that must be managed carefully for the successful completion of a project in time. Critical Path Scheduling is an essential element of Time management. The project manager must plan, schedule and execute the activities to manage the project successfully by using Project Network Diagrams. Effective project management requires adequate time for planning that includes scope management and creation of work breakdown structure and use of the results in developing the Project Network Diagrams.

The project managers will learn how project activities are decomposed and then how the work packages are sequenced, calculated, and accounted for in Project Network Diagrams. They will also learn how to create time estimates for the work packages. They will acquire expertise in visual network diagramming and understanding of lag and lead time. They will learn how to identify the Critical Path. The following time management processes will be taught with major emphasis on critical path:

• Activity Definition
• Activity Sequencing / network diagramming to identify critical path, float, slack, lag and lead time
• Activity Resource Estimating
• Activity Duration Estimating
• Schedule Development
• Control Schedule

Learning Objectives
• Understand the WBS decomposition and creating the activity list
• Comprehend the Project network diagramming
• Be able to differentiate critical path, float, slack, lag and lead time
• Understand techniques of resource estimating
• Know the value of resource duration and how to attach it in the WBS dictionary
• Comprehend Project schedule development process
• Understand the schedule baseline
• Understand the schedule control and managing change requests

You will receive
Class handouts
14 hours of project management training
14 PDUs if you are a PMP® Credential holder.
Certificate of complete for 14 hours of training
1 hour off for lunch
handouts
Free Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Small Snacks