When: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Limited Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world. Technology Associates have deployed hundreds of EPM solutions and deployed more than 2,000 Microsoft Project solutions. With ten Microsoft Competencies under our belt, including ISV status, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high quality services and solutions, and providing exceptional value for money. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with Offices in New York, San Francisco, India and Barcelona, and a strategic partner network covering AsiaPac, Middle East and ROW, we work internationally in delivering EPM and SharePoint solutions to our customer base in over 39 countries. Register for this event now at: http://taipwa2007ex231110-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Course Description Course Outline: This course provides the Executive user with training on features used in Project Web Access for Project 2007. The delegate will understand how to view programmes and projects via Web Access, and see how they can be reported on by using project attributes and categories. Through Web Access, the delegate can also view Enterprise project data via Data Alaysis views thus enhancing his/her understanding of the effect of individual projects on the overall database of projects. In conjunction with functionality training, labs are used to provide each delegate with hands-on experience. Who Should Attend: Executives & Stakeholders who need to view project programme and portfolio information, resource capacity and loading data, and graphical reports, as well as being able to make key decisions using this data. No previous experience is assumed or is necessary. Course Content: Project Server architecture and overview. How data is exchanged between Microsoft Project Professional 2007, Project Server and viewed in PWA. How users/ stakeholders without Microsoft Project 2007 can interact with the Project Server database. The features of Project Web Access that are most helpful in tracking a projects progress and reporting progress. This includes Project Server’s timesheet capability, reporting of actual hours and percent complete, establishing and using auto-accept rules, and the creation and dissemination of status reports. Understanding permissions in Project Web Access. Home Page and overall navigation tips. Security/roles in Web Access. Tasks Discuss and practice how team members update actual hours for tasks they are assigned, and include task rejection, delegation, and creation via the Tasks tab. Data Analysis and Programme Management functionality. Projects How to view projects at a rolled up level. Resources Describe the Resource Center Page, including viewing Resource Availability & Assignments. Updates Discuss the project manager’s and team member’s update responsibilities within the timesheet approval cycle. Windows SharePoint Services The Project Workspace Document Management How to manage documents for projects, including adding documents to projects and linking them to tasks, issues and risks. Issues How to raise and manage issues for projects, including creating new issues and linking them to tasks. Risks How to raise and manage risks in projects, including creating new risks and linking them to tasks. Advanced Reporting & Analysis Reporting using the optional features of SQL Reporting Services and MOSS (Excel services) (including heat maps) can be discussed and/or demonstrated.