March 29, 2018
To All Organisations
3-DAY NON-RESIDENTIAL SEMINAR ON MICROSOFT PROJECT (MODULE 1)
The Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) is organizing a three – day seminar at the Engineers Centre, 13 Continental Road, Roman Ridge, Accra from April 10 – 12, 2018 on: “Microsoft Project (Module 1)”.
Professionals need to take advantage of modern tools available for Project Management by updating themselves with the effective ways of using software applications to manage projects in the areas of Engineering, Architecture, Building, Finance, Publishing, Pharmaceutical and Manufacturing industries. This course will introduce participants, to how Software Applications can be used to organize functions in the areas mentioned above and many more.
Seminar Topics will include
|1. Getting Started with Microsoft Project||2. Creating a Project Plan||3. MS Project Advanced Topics|
|4. Managing Tasks in a Project Plan`||5. Using Task drivers||6. Using My Computer within Project|
|7. Managing Resources in a Project Plan||8. Finalizing the Project Plan||9. Creating Reports|
|10. Creating Visual Reports|
Who should attend
Consultants, Engineers, Project Managers, Engineering Technologists, Engineering Technicians, Architects, Planners, Surveyors, Valuers, Accountants, Insurers, Bankers, Contractors and Line Managers.
- Participants are to bring along their LAPTOPS (Mandatory).
– Participants must be computer literate
What you will gain
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:-
- Identify and complete the steps involved in project planning
- Develop realistic project schedules
- Assign and manage project resources
- Do Critical Path Analyses. (CPA)
We solicit once again your assistance to enable personnel in your organisation attend this important course, especially engineers and engineering technologists aspiring to various levels of membership with Ghana Institution of Engineers, are advised to ensure that they undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to earn up to 24 CPD points over a one year period (1hr = 1 CPD point). Attendance at this seminar will earn such members 12 CPD points. Further information on CPD requirements for members can be found on www.ghie.org.gh
You will find enclosed one registration form for your attention. You may arrange to sponsor as many personnel as you wish.
Ing. George K.A. Essandoh
Ghana Institution of Engineers
Ghana Institution of Engineering
The Ghana Institution of Engineering was officially founded in 1968 to succeed the Ghana Group of Professional Engineers, as an autonomous professional body with no political affiliation. The Institution derives its authority from the Engineering Council Act 2011, Act 819 and the Professional Bodies Registration Decree NRCD143 of 1973. The late Ing. Dr. E. Sackey became its first President.
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