MS Project Certification

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Ratheesh, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. Ratheesh

    Ratheesh Guest


    I wish to get certified in MS Project.Is there any exams
    that MS provided just to get certified in MS Project alone
    so that I can be an MCP in MS Project.

    Please also let me know the exam number.
    Ratheesh, Apr 6, 2004
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  2. In 1967101c41c25$d71ce7e0$,
    Hi Ratheesh,

    You can find information about Microsoft Office certifications at
    As far as I can tell you do not become a "Microsoft Certified Professional"
    by passing any of the Office exams, you become a Microsoft Office
    Cindy Winegarden, Apr 7, 2004
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  3. Ratheesh


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    jblack, Jun 18, 2007
  4. Ratheesh


    May 16, 2010
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    Ms Project Practice Exams

    Microsoft offers the MCP Credential for Microsoft Project 2007, Managing Projects, exam 70-632. The best way to pass the certification exam is to use Ms Project and to take as many practice questions/exams possible. You may find this link helpful: www*dot*microsoftprojectcertification*dot*com.

    Cheers and Good Luck
    Marty, May 16, 2010
  5. Ratheesh


    Jul 1, 2011
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    Yes! Microsoft offers PM certification through different training courses with instructor led classes as well as on demand computer training for project management. The Microsoft Project site has a lot of great resources you may be interested in; you’ll also find info on the different certification exams and training programs there. Good luck!
    lopezlaura, Jul 1, 2011
  6. Ratheesh


    Aug 3, 2012
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    A 2 day MS Project Management Workshop using MS Project 2007/2010

    Workshop in India.

    Mumbai: 30th – 31st August - 12 || Bangalore: 1st & 2nd September – 12
    Pune: 1st & 2nd September – 12 || Chennai: 6th & 7th September – 12

    Delhi: 6th & 7th September – 12 || Hyderabad: 13th & 14th September – 12
    Kolkata: 13th & 14th September – 12

    A successful project is one that comes in on time, within budget, and meets established quality standards. Every project manager knows that effective management of tasks and events is vital to a project, from inception through completion. Many project managers have begun to rely on software tools to assist in the management of their projects. MS Project is a project management tool that facilitates assembly and tracking of projects, and enables project managers to quickly reconfigure plans as needed. Because of its sophisticated functionality, MS Project has become one of the most widely used project management tools.

    The result is our course goes a long way towards eliminating the frustration of creating and maintaining a plan in MS Project by reducing many unexpected consequences of seemingly logical actions users make.

    Also, a portion of the workshop is devoted to the capabilities of MS Project Server and the potential benefits of using it as opposed to the stand-alone version.
    The course duration is 2 (two) days and 365 days on line training, and covers all aspects of project scheduling, monitoring & tracking using MS Project 2007/2010.

    Learning Objectives:Upon completion of MS Project Workshop, students will be able to:
    Identify elements of the Project workspace
    Manipulate the workspace
    Correctly define project working time & project calendars
    Create tasks for a project
    Explain MS Project's use of "Duration"
    Create summary tasks and subtasks
    Establish task relationships
    Explain how the three task types (Fixed Work, Fixed Duration, Fixed Units) affect the makeup of a task
    Apply task types to achieve the desired results
    Explain the task condition effort driven on verses effort driven off
    Explain the impact of effort driven on verses effort driven off in relation to task types (Fixed Work, Fixed Duration, Fixed Units)
    List alternatives to resource leveling
    Assign calendars to tasks
    Save a baseline
    Identify the values saved as part of the baseline
    Describe the limits to interim baselines in MS Project 2000
    Describe how actions can place task constraints on a task
    Explain what task constraints to avoid and which ones work best
    Contrast task deadlines and task constraints
    Split a task or reschedule unfinished work in a task
    Create and use Project templates
    Resolve anomalies between calendars in projects and templates
    Identify the critical path
    Enter completion (actual) values
    Track earned values against budgeted costs
    Compare progress to an established baseline
    Insert related projects as sub-projects
    Create and share a resource pool among projects
    Create and manage a workgroup of multiple projects
    Produce reports
    What you will get?

    Access to e-learning content for 1 year - Help always just a click away!
    E-learning content covering all 15 modules of MS Project 2010 as well as MS Project 2007
    PMI certified 45 PDUs towards CCR for existing PMP Certified professionals
    A guide to managing projects using MS Project 2007/2010 with Exercises, Case Study & Handouts
    A Trial version of MS Project 2010, if needed
    Registration Details:

    • A Trial version of MS Project 2010, if needed
    Registration Details:

    Course fee: INR 10999

    Early bird fee: INR 9499

    Early bird date for Mumbai, Bangalore & Pune: 16th Aug-12

    Early bird date for Chennai & Delhi: 22nd Aug-12

    Early bird date for Hyderabad & Kolkata: 29th Aug-12

    For more details please log on: MSprojectCertification

    PS: I would appreciate if you could forward this mail internally to your friends & colleagues who would be interested in attending this course.

    Warm regards

    Deepthi Goswami :: :: Ph No: + 91 80-4110 0637 / + 91 80-6547 4647

    KnowledgeHut Training and Consulting Pvt Ltd, #70, Lakshmi Complex, 2nd floor, 100 Feet Ring Road, JP Nagar 6th phase, Bangalore - 560078, India. We believes this information may be of interest to you but if you prefer not to be sent emails and wish to be removed from our electronic mailing list, please reply with "UNSUBSCRIBE".
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2012
    Purushottam09, Aug 3, 2012
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