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2 Day Microsoft Project Training Auction

Due to our success with the previous auction we have decided to do it again!

This two day course, presented in Pretoria on the 24th and 25th of April is designed to give you good insight into how to plan a project using Microsoft Project 2010.

This course normally sells for R2 500 per delegate. As we are passionate about planning and Microsoft Project we have decided to open this course to auction. We give you the opportunity to name your price and give us a bid. The top 6 bids will be called on Monday the 22th if their offer was successful.

Don’t delay, let us know today! Email learning@projecthub.co.za with your offer.


Two for the price of one

Our first Starting Out Project Management Course will take place from 18 – 22 February and the Starting Out Project scheduling course using Microsoft Project runs from 26 – 27 February 2013.  Book and pay R7990.00 for the Starting out Project Management course and attend the Microsoft Project course totally free! Or Alternatively just attend the Starting Out Project Scheduling at a price of R3 500. (Prices Exclude Vat).

For a course description on the two courses on offer or any of our other courses click here.

This offer is only valid until the end of March, with limited seats available so complete the form below or email info@projecthub.co.za to sign up now!

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IDT Training KZN

The rollout of EPMLive continued in the province of KwaZulu Natal last week.  (Read our previous posts here and here) This is the largest regional office for IDT (Independent Development Trust) with the countries biggest portfolio.

The portfolio manager for KZN had the following to say after the training:

“I think the regular submission of schedules should be encouraged and supported.  This will also assist the region in terms of regular review notes and feedback which will hopefully assist to improve in terms of scheduling application and proper project management science.”