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Hello Ken, I took this class from IIL. It was beneficial and hands-on.
Here's a comment from an online posting.
Hi Bethany, the MS Project classes offered by IIL are very good. Having attended the Orange Belt class years ago, I would recommend both IIL and their MS Project class. The two day class that I attended was 100% hands-on, you had to bring your laptop, and the instructor facilitated the class, more than lectured, using the workbook and practice CD that comes with the workbook, "Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project", by Eric Uyttewaal. It would probably be a stretch to suggest that there is any direct value to future employers solely on account of the 2 day class. And you are right, most of what you learn is actually after the two day class via going through the entire book and practice examples at your own pace. For someone new to MS Project, the class is well worth attending as it is for someone seeking to complete the full class curriculum and levels of certifications. For those that can learn on their own and prefer to go through things at their own pace, then Eric's book is an excellent reference, extremely well written and readable, and the CD that comes with it is very helpful. Cheers. -- Mark Perry, VP of Customer Care, BOT International
Thanks for all the responses to my question on PMP certification. On a slightly different topic, does anyone have or know of a good learning tool for the Microsoft Project software?
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