We offer an extensive curriculum in Microsoft® Office Project 2003, Project Server and Project Web Access as well as new offerings covering role-based enterprise project management. All programs are 2-day classroom or 12-hour live eLearning, except where noted. They are also available onsite at a location of your choice and can be tailored to meet your specific needs.
White Belt ¨C Microsoft® Office Project 2003 Fundamentals
For New Users of Project Professional 2003
IIL offers the white belt course to novice users of Microsoft® Office Project who want to get started on planning their projects using the software. There are no prerequisites, and any team member, team leader or project manager can attend this course.
Orange Belt ¨C Managing a Single Project with Microsoft® Office Project 2003
For experienced Project 2003 Users
This course is designed to check up on your day-to-day scheduling to make sure you are using the best practices of scheduling with Project 2003. These best practices have been established by IIL through evaluating and certifying over 1,000 real-life schedules. Course content is restricted to modeling and managing a single project in Microsoft® Project Professional. Good scheduling practices of single projects are needed to advance to multi-project scheduling (Blue Belt). Note: Attending the Orange Belt course is a mandatory prerequisite for attending the Blue and Black Belt courses.
Blue Belt Professional ¨C Managing Multiple Projects Using Project Server 2003
For those Using Project 2003 Professional in Enterprise
In this course we will build upon what is learned in the Orange Belt workshop. Attending the Orange Belt course is a prerequisite for this Blue Belt Professional course. We will discuss how to manage multiple projects using Project 2003 Professional in conjunction with Project Server.
Black Belt Professional ¨C Masters Certificate Using Project Server 2003
For Those Who Need to Tailor Project Server to Their Organization
This workshop builds upon what is learned in the Orange Belt workshop and the Blue Belt Professional (Project Server) workshop. The objective of the Black Belt Professional course is to learn how to save time and money for your organization on managing projects by implementing Project Server. The target group for this course often works in the project office and are typically people who gather the business requirements from all user groups of the Project Server system: project managers, resource managers, executives and team members. This course will be held in a computer lab where you will be given access to a full setup of a Project Server database to do the hands-on exercises.
Planning, Deploying and Managing an Enterprise PM Solution
For Those Who Have the Responsibility to Install and Configure the Project Server System
The goal of this five-day, instructor-led course is to provide systems engineers with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively plan, deploy, and manage a Microsoft® Office Project Server 2003 solution. This course is course 2372 from the Microsoft® Official Curriculum (MOC) and has been created by Microsoft® entirely.
Microsoft® EPM Role-Based Courses
Organization Specific Support for the Deployment of Project Server and Project Web Access
These role-based courses are ideal for preparing organizations and personnel to use the Project Server environment in a manner that is consistent with their role and responsibilities within your organization. As you deploy the EPM environment, this training can be conducted in parallel with the implementation phases, enabling you to train new users and increase functionality over time. This training is designed for company-specific onsite delivery. Courses include: