Microsoft Project course is designed to make many Project Managers computer ready! The course teaches the project management tools of Microsoft Office Project. Participants will learn how the MSP is applied and implemented in planning and managing small and medium size projects effectively to balance Budget, Time and Scope.
MS Project Training Content
June 20, 2017 | dgrconsult1
Introduction to Microsoft Project
Starting new project file
Work Breakdown Structure
Assigning Resources to tasks
Analyzing Resources Distribution
Resolving Over Allocation
Optimizing Project Plan
Printing Views and Reports
Customizing standard Reports
Importing and exporting data
Review & Test
By Daniel Ekugo
Life Skills Consultants Africa, a spinoff of Telenoetica Limited Africa, an intellectual property-based strategic consultancy and Training firm providing strong facilitation skills, tested strategic frameworks, and implementation skills to deliver industry-specific strategy consulting services across all areas of business has launched Emprowess to facilitate Empowerment of Human Capital through skill development.
The firm, which has adopted a novel approach to business transformation consulting, assist in the construction of Business Strategy and help in the execution of the same. Emprowess Business Transformation solutions address persistent business issues like non-optimum working capital, high inventory, reducing margins and stagnant topline. These solutions which are easily implementable and compatible with the existing business model help an organization to scale up.
According to Sanjay Srivastava, Business Head, Africa, Life Skills Consultants Africa, ““Emprowess” is a bouquet of service offerings, focused towards operational excellence and managerial capability development, providing specialized trainings and consulting offerings aimed at facilitating an organization to achieve its business aspirations including profitability, efficiencies, talent acquisition, development and retention.”
“As well as ensuring graduates and apprentice-level applicants get the appropriate training to support business and career, it hopes to offer opportunities to a diverse range of hopefuls. Candidates are taken on throughout the year, and are given the opportunity to focus on skills they are most interested in, with programmes developed to suit them. As well as work experience, the apprentices will gain recognised qualifications in corporate skills and technical skills through the Microsoft Excel programme.”
“We’re looking for talented people from a range of backgrounds and skillsets to be trained. We want bright, ambitious people with the desire and potential to develop a successful career,” said Sanjay
Training candidates to match the skills shortage across the country will help to “future-proof” as well as provide the skills needed for their business. The scheme provides applicants with training through different environments and techniques, including work experience at the firm, lessons both in a classroom and through the online Dynamics Learning Portal, as well as mentoring, and the firm is working closely with Microsoft to ensure the training provided is mixed.
“Being part of a growing company like Emprowess is the perfect way to start your career. With a clear, focused training scheme and getting valuable work experience along the way. It’s a great way to get established in a job that has real long-term opportunities,” Sanjay
Source : http://naijanewsnet.com/blog/emprowess-facilitate-empowerment-human-capital-training/
June 10, 2017 | victor_NTC_NTN
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January 20, 2016 | Sijison
Nigerian journalists resident in the coal city of Enugu are in for an exciting digital learning experience as the week-long Airtel Multimedia Journalism Clinic berths in the South East city from Monday, 17 August 2015.
The Airtel Multimedia Journalism Clinic, facilitated by international, digital media expert, Dan Mason and founder of the Journalism Clinic, Taiwo Obe, is a four-city-four-week multimedia journalism training/road show, which kicked off two weeks ago in Lagos.
Following the maiden edition in Lagos, the clinic has made stops at Ibadan and Abuja, consecutively, from 3 to 14 August, and several journalists in the regions have benefitted from the capacity building initiative.
Speaking on the multimedia journalism training programme, Director, Corporate communication and CSR, Airtel Nigeria, Emeka Oparah said Airtel Nigeria is committed to creating exceptional platforms and opportunities for Nigerian journalists.
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According to him, Airtel is intensely interested in developing the media industry and is partnering key stakeholders in the development of the Nigerian Industry.
“One of our core values, at Airtel Nigeria, is inclusivity. We believe in touching the lives of members of the communities we operate in. And we will continue to provide the relevant platforms for all our critical stakeholders to succeed,” said Oparah.
Taiwo Obe, The Journalism Clinic’s Founder/Director, said, “This training platform provided by Airtel Nigeria will teach our journalists how to create multimedia stories that are intriguing, accessible, and easy to share on social media.”
The Airtel multimedia journalism training, aided by The Journalism Clinic, will train 100 Nigerian journalists across four regions. The Enugu leg will be attended by 25 journalists selected from media platforms across the South-South and South East zones.
The programme has drawn commendations from people in the media circle who described the initiative as a laudable project that is playing a huge role in the growth and development of the media in Nigeria.
Sunday Okobi, a journalist with ThisDay Newspaper said, “I have always had great admiration for the work Airtel Nigeria does. This good corporate citizen has given me the opportunity to not only improve on my professional skills but also to develop myself.
“After this training, I am sure I am going to be an asset, not only to the world of journalism but to the nation as a whole. Thank you Airtel Nigeria,” he said.
Uche Akaolisa, a seasoned journalist with Hallmark newspaper expressed her excitement for the training programme.
“Airtel Nigeria is giving me the opportunity to be social media savvy. With this knowledge I will be able to respond effectively to the demand for online content,” said a delighted Akaolisa.
The Airtel Multimedia Training is exposing select participating journalists from across Nigeria to tools and techniques to make their content more compelling to the vast audiences who now, more than ever before, consume news and other content on digital platforms.
September 11, 2015 | Tayo - Admin
Financial “wellness” in the workplace is a relatively new concept. Definitions also vary. Yet one thing is clear: U.S. workers have developed some pretty bad money habits, and organizations are realizing they’d better tend to their employees’ financial well-being as a way to maintain and improve their own fiscal health.“If employees don’t save for retirement and budget well, that could become a burden on a company,” said Steve Vernon, consulting research scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Longevity. (more…)
August 3, 2015 | ntnsupport
In life we make the challenge of finding employment even harder by telling our children — our young people entering the workforce — to look for jobs where few jobs exist for them.
August 3, 2015 | ntnsupport
We tell them to go to school K-12th grade and graduate (great).
And then we tell them to go to college and graduate (still great).
And then we tell them to go and work for a big company or government. Neither of which are hiring. This is not a knock on big companies or government. We need both in society. But the reality is that big companies actually grow based on ‘efficiencies,’ not more people. That’s the business truth.
The reality is that the majority of jobs come from small businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups and shoot ups, in year 3-7. (more…)
10 Secrets to an Effective Performance Review: Examples and tips on employee performance evaluation, writing employee reviews, a sample performance review and employee evaluation forms shows you how to conduct positive, valuable assessments that lead to maximizing staff performance and helping your employees achieve their professional goals and your organization’s objectives.
Use Business Management Daily’s practical advice for writing employee reviews and conducting performance evaluations. Don’t forget to reference our sample performance review and employee evaluation forms for your own staff assessments.
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Performance Review Examples and Tips: #1
July 31, 2015 | ntnsupport
Use performance logs to simplify writing employee reviews (more…)
West Africa’s largest independent fibre optic infrastructure and telecommunications services provider – Phase3 Telecom advocates early education and consistent training to sustain active engagement of girls in the ICT space. This is in collaboration witheBusiness Life Communications to mark the 2015 edition of the globally celebrated International Girls in ICT Day.
The Girls in ICT initiative of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is a global effort to raise awareness on empowering and encouraging girls and young women to consider studies and careers in ICTs. To date over 111,000 girls and young women have taken a part in more than 3,500 events held in 140 countries around the world.
In Commemoration of the 2015 installment themed “Expanding Horizons and Changing Attitudes” the chief executive officer of Phase3 Telecom – Mr. Stanley Jegede says that early education, (more…)
May 13, 2015 | supportNTN
The hope of an average investor is returns after investment. This is not so with the dream of Mrs. Alaba Kasumu, Proprietress of Brownsville College, Ikoyi. Her vision is to promote development in Nigerian system through quality training, learning and grooming of our children who will take over leadership tomorrow. Excerpts:
The country today is in need of science and technology to grow the economy. What is Brownsville going to do academically to contribute to this national demand?
Economic growth and development starts from a good structure of education. That is why western economies and developed nations invest much on education because that is the key. With this in mind, we are preparing leaders of tomorrow that will tackle the challenge of science and technology in Nigeria. It is difficult to develop a nation without science and technology.
Therefore, we are going to ensure each student is individualized in their study of science with our state of arts facilities for sciences. That means each student will be properly groomed from Year 7. (more…)
May 13, 2015 | supportNTN
A non-government organization, Human Development Initiatives (HDI) in collaboration with other partners, have kicked off a project on improving and enhancing governance and accountability for quality, effective and accessible primary and junior secondary education at the Local Government in Nigeria relative to Universal Basic Education (UBE) statutory and policy framework.
The project supported by USAID Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement Project, is scheduled to run from 2014 to 2019 in Kano State (Gwale LGA and Garun Mallam LGA); Enugu State (Enugu North LGA and Nkanu West LGA); Lagos State (Lagos Mainland LGA and Ibeju-Lekki LGA); and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja (Bwari Area Council and Abuja Municipal Council).
According to the Chairman, Board of Trustees of HDI, Prof. Sarah Oloko, the project is needful because despite the intent of the UBE, its effectiveness remains worrisome in the country. She said this is attributed to a number of factors which include: weak governance structure, corruption, inadequate funding, inadequate and non-functional educational (more…)
May 13, 2015 | supportNTN