PROJECT CERTIFICATIONS PATH WITH AUTOCAD

PROJECT CERTIFICATIONS PATH WITH AUTOCAD

SKU: PCPWA Category:
Tuition: $ 5,461.12
Registration Fees: $ 100.00
Books & Supplies: $ 0.00
STRF(Students Tuition Recovery Fund): $ 0.00

Price:$5,561.12

Program Description

This program combines two (2) courses.

  1. Project Certifications

This project oriented program includes a Microsoft Certification (MCTS) and a CompTIA in Project (Project+).  The program begins with foundation classes where students will master the skills of Microsoft Project and moves forward to project certifications.

 2          AutoCAD

This program teaches students on the AutoCAD software by working on diverse projects and creating high-quality construction documents. At the end of each project, participants also learn how to create 3D renderings for client presentations using some of the new 3D features included with the latest version of AutoCAD. This project oriented program includes a Microsoft Certification (MCTS) and a CompTIA in Project (Project+).  The program begins with foundation classes where students will master the skills of Microsoft Project and moves forward to project certifications. Both VISIO and AutoCAD levels one and two will be covered.

Target Audience

This program is intended for those interested in pursuing careers as project managers.

Prerequisites

Basic PC skills and some project management experience are required.

Program Length

264 Clock Hours, 15 Weeks

Program NameClock Hours/Lecture/Lab
Project Certifications132/86/46
AutoCAD132/86/46
Total264/172/92

 

Objectives

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to

  • explain basic project management concepts.
  • create a task list, modify a task list, and execute the work breakdown structure.
  • execute task links, explore task relationships, and change a task type.
  • work with the base calendar, resources and calendars, and project costs.
  • work with views and tables.

Requirements For Program Completion

To successfully complete this program, students must maintain a minimum average of at least 70% or C.