Who’s this guy? I’ve partnered with Eric off and on for a couple of years, and I have to say that as far as I can tell, there’s no better Microsoft Project trainer in the English (and probably Dutch) speaking market. His book on Dynamic Scheduling has been my preferred training text for as long as I can remember.
PMI Dallas is sponsoring his one day class in Dallas on 12/16. If you use Microsoft Project, and you’re in the neighborhood, run – do not walk – to this class. It’ll be worth your while.
From the e-mail blast:
Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project
Eric Uyttewaal, PMP guides you to better schedule projects. What to do when you are in a 10,000 task program with 15 subprojects and 500 hand-offs? Programs are notoriously hard to schedule: The amount of data is mind-boggling, subprojects have handoffs between each other and the client wants to see the Critical Path for the entire program. The presenter will share special techniques with you that he and his team developed for identifying the Critical Path in large program schedules. If you have more than 1,000 tasks in your Microsoft Project schedule, you will greatly benefit from this course
Eric is one of the foremost trainers on the use of Microsoft Project and Enterprise Project Management (EPM) applications. He authored the book "Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Office Project 2003".
Where & When PDUs – 7
Thursday, December 16, 2010
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Crowne Plaza North Dallas/Addison
Click here for more information and to register for the event