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Project Management

Project Managers update your skills with these noncredit courses from AACC.

For upcoming course dates, times, location and cost visit AACC's course search and select Noncredit for course type and Computer Technology (NC) as subject.

CTR 344 - Microsoft Project 2010 - Level I
 Learn how to create a project file, task list and work breakdown structure. Create base and task calendars, assign resources, work with task relationships and create and modify tables.   

CTR 345  - Microsoft Project 2010 - Level II
Learn to track projects, analyze and adjust schedules, use communication tools, manage multiple projects, exchange project data, analyze statistics and customize the project environment. Prerequisite: CTR 344

Online Courses

OLN-386 - High-Speed Project Management 
Discover how to retool your skills and deal with the realities of managing technology projects on accelerated schedules. Learn to meet and overcome the challenges of truncated timelines, short-staffed project teams, skimpy budgets and crippling risks. CEUs awarded.

OLN-332 - Introduction to MS Project 2007
Discover tools for managing tasks, including breakdown structures, lists, base calendars, resource assignments, tables, filters, groups and sorting. Learn how to resolve resource conflicts. Prerequisite: CTT 382 Internet Essentials or equivalent knowledge.

OLI 392 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010                                                                                                                                          Learn how to effectively plan, implement and control projects. Explore project details, tasks and scheduling. Produce a baseline; assign resources and costs; identify and analyze variances; and revise a project plan. CEUs awarded.

BNS-513 - Project Management Fundamentals  
Learn the difference between project management and general management role of the project manager and the project team. Explore project phases, effective use of project management resources and references

BNS-514 - Project Management Applications 
Continue your studies, focusing on how the areas of planning and controlling the project relate to the project managers job. Learn about the starts of project execution and project closure within the project management cycle. BNS 514 or equivalent knowledge

BNS-516 - PMP Certification Prep 1 
Prepare for the Project Management Institutes prestigious PMP Certification exam. Master the first six chapters of " A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" PMBOK Guide), the most essential resource for the exam.

BNS-517 - PMP Certification Prep 2
Continue to prepare for the Project Management Institutes PMP Certification exam by mastering chapters seven through twelve of "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" PMBOK Guide), the most essential resource for the exam.

For more information contact us today at technologytraining@aacc.edu or 410-777-2325.