Reserve your spot for the next “Good Planning Mechanics” Course!

You know the basics of Microsoft Project, but how do you create a mechanically sound schedule — one that can function as a predictive management tool? This eight-hour course will teach planners how to create a Work Breakdown Structure, and then turn it into a schedule following the principles of good planning. We’ll talk about features of Microsoft Project to avoid in planning such as lags, leads, and constraints. Even better – we’ll teach you a better way to model your project so you can avoid usage of those features altogether. Join us on Friday, March 13, 2015 for this session – a mixture of hands-on exercises, discussion, and presentation.

The course will be held at the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce located at 465 W St Mary’s Rd, Tucson, AZ 85701.

Note: P3A will submit Project Management Institute (PMI) on behalf of students for PDU credit.

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