18 & 19 March 2024 – Online
But for many construction projects in today’s competitive marketplace, the reality is that completing any project on time and on budget is very challenging and this is where MS Project comes in as it can help you to get and keep your construction schedules on track.
Scope creep is the most commonly used term in the construction industry to define the inevitable tendency of projects to expand beyond their original intent and this is more often than not the cause for construction projects experiencing cost and schedule overruns.
As a Project Manager involved with construction and engineering projects you are tasked with major decision-making on a daily basis, monitoring of quality and leading your team towards the final end goal, a successfully completed project.
There is no question about the value of a good construction schedule. MS Project is more than just a software package to manage the schedule of a project but it is a highly effective tool to monitor, control and report your projects progress and if used effectively it can be so much more than this.
If you think about it – you are hectically busy and there are a multitude of daily demands that you face in the workplace so you probably don’t have the time to ever truly get to grips with all the ins and outs of MS Project. This means that you are probably only tapping into a fraction of its functionality.
But more importantly that you could be missing out on some of its most useful efficiency-boosting, time-saving features and functions that could make your job and your project scheduling a whole lot easier.
So, this multi-CPD-accredited 2-day training course had been researched and developed to go beyond simply a mere demonstration of the features and functions to cover in detail MS Project’s practical application in a real-world construction and engineering environment. What you learn during this course will be invaluable as it is geared exactly to your unique needs and will show you how to truly unlock the full potential of MS Project!