Project scheduling is an integral piece to project management success. And yet, according to PMI’s 2015 Pulse of the Profession report, 50% of all projects are not completed by their initial deadline.
While tools like project management software can assist you immensely in scheduling your projects, with statistics like this, it’s clear that there’s more to the equation.
Like any subject matter, increasing your knowledge and expertise on a topic is a great investment in yourself and the work you do for others. If you’re involved in project management in any way, furthering your project scheduling skills will put you immediately ahead of the pack.
Ways to get Certified
There are a few ways you can choose to get certified in project scheduling. The first option is to look at the Universities in your city or in nearby cities and look at the project management certifications (for which you will also find more specialized courses in project scheduling). Many universities will also offer courses online, so you can broaden the scope of your university search.
It comes as no surprise that we would also suggest getting certified through PMI (Project Management Institute); this is one of the most recognized and reputable institutions in project management.
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