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011-The Technical Side of Project Management - Streaming Video Course

By: Pennsylvania State University and Dr. Jeffrey K. Pinto, Ph.D.

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Course Objective

This continuing education course is written specifically for professional engineers with the objective of relating to and enhancing the practice of engineering.

Course Description

011-The Technical Side of Project Management - Streaming Video Course

Participants in this course will gain a working knowledge of the concepts, tools and techniques of project management through educational demonstrations, examples and illustrations.

Ten questions for Project Managers:

  1. Are your projects ever late?
  2. Are your projects ever over budget?
  3. Which task should you start next?
  4. Do you have enough people to complete your project on time?
  5. Do you have too many people to keep your project on budget?
  6. Do you know what tasks you must complete next week or next month to stay on schedule?
  7. Do you have a list of uncompleted tasks for your project?
  8. Do you know who will complete each of those tasks?
  9. Do you have a strategy in place to deal with the loss of key individuals or other resources?
  10. Do you lose sleep, worrying about any of these things?

This course will help you learn or relearn the skills of Project Management and end those sleepless nights.

This training program is a distance-learning course, created to give design, construction and manufacturing professionals the tools and understanding needed to be a successful Project Manager. The course is offered on Free Streaming Video. You earn continuing education credit by viewing the video and passing a 30-question online test.

The Technical side of Project Management is the second in a series of project management courses offered by SunCam and Dr. Jeffrey Pinto of Penn State University.

Course Topics and timeline:

  • 0:04:00 Introduction
  • 0:14:00 Work Breakdown Structure
  • 0:37:00 Network Diagramming
  • 0:12:00 Activity Duration Estimation
  • 0:58:00 Developing the Critical Path
  • 0:20:00 Crashing Projects
  • 0:55:00 Monitoring Project Performance
  • 0:10:00 Time allowance for test
  • 3:32:00 Total Contact Time
  • 3:20:00 Contact time required for 4-PDH

The objective of this course is to equip project personnel with the skills to:

  • Understand and write a work breakdown structure
  • Prepare and manage a network diagram for the project
  • Estimate the duration of all of the activities in the network diagram
  • Use the network diagram to establish the critical path for the project
  • Differentiate between the effective and ineffective methods for crashing projects
  • Monitor project costs and schedule
011-The Technical Side of Project Management - Streaming Video Course
Robert Brown PE, PhD, PMP
05/31/2018
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I teach PM at te masters degree level. The info is great.Only issue is the placement of data in the cpm rectangle. Thanks.
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Galen Nation
05/24/2018
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Very good course for Management!
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Thomas Horn
04/29/2018
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This was a very informative and educational course. The instructor covered the material in an easy to follow manner.
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Ollie Frazier
04/25/2018
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great course on the technical side of project management - very informative hope to take more courses from Pennsylvania State University
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Susan Bodmann
04/24/2018
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This course was well organized and paced. Dr. Pinto provided examples that were relevant and understandable. I recommend this course to active project managers and those PMPs who need technical continuing education.
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Mark Andrew
04/21/2018
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Excellent. Clear and understandable delivery. Good pace. Very knowledgeable on subject
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Walter Hooper
04/18/2018
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Engaging speaker, provided good insight about strengths and weaknesses of project management activities. Also provided good understanding of underlying principles.
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Jose Alfredo Rodriguez, PE, PMP, ACP
04/18/2018
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Excellent course; well explained and concise
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Engineer
03/01/2017
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Good overview of project management techniques.
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Kathleen Coates
02/04/2017
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Very helpful in for managing both simple and large, complex projects.
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Mike Cochrane
12/01/2016
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Excellent, well-organized presentation. Dr. Pinto is well-versed and obviously highly experienced in the subject matter. A very good refresher course or a good introduction to the technical aspects project management.
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James A. Doubek MSEE PE
11/19/2016
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Presenter was very knowledgeable and interesting and described all material in an easily understood way. It was a long session but the instructor made it flow and kept your attention for 3.5 hours.
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JUAN P. JARAMILLO
11/02/2016
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This course was great for learning and reviewing Project management basics.
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The Technical Side of Project Management
John Cresson
01/15/2016
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I thought the course was excellent. It provides a great introduction as well a review on the topics covered. I liked how "real world" examples were used to convey the topic.

There was no discussion on slide 60, Hammock Activities. Maybe this slide should be removed.

I don't recall a discussion on test question #15 concerning Dollar Day trade-off. please confirm.
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David Clark
11/05/2015
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Great value, instruction and material. I have referenced Dr. Pinto's research in my graduate studies; it is great to receive a course lecture from him.
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anonymous
08/04/2015
Great course and video. Excellent instructor. Worth the time and effort.
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anonymous
05/20/2015
I felt the course provided a good overview of the subject, the instructor was knowledgable, examples and diagrams were clear and to the point. It was a worth-while course.
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anonymous
05/17/2015
This course was a extremely applicable for an engineer that is just getting into project management, especially if they have not gone on for an MBA. This course filled in a lot of holes and it explained many terms I have heard, but did not fully understand until I took this course. He gave great examples that were easy to follow, yet realistic. I thought the pace was perfect. This material was directly applicable to my job. I highly recommend this course if you are an engineer and planning to go into project management, or if you are already a PM and want a sharpen your skills.
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anonymous
02/28/2015
Good detailed information.
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Hector F. Vergara P.E.
01/16/2015
Excellent
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anonymous
01/09/2015
Very interesting and informative. Information was well presented
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The Technical Side of PM
Tamara Harrison
01/02/2015
I really enjoyed the streaming video and having a copy of the presentation slides. The content of the course was delivered very well. The speed and tone of the professor was deliberate. I was able to take notes during the video.
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anonymous
12/26/2014
Excellent course overall with good supporting materials.
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A Good foundation on project management terminologies
anonymous
12/19/2014
The course gave a good foundation on the terminologies used in project management.
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anonymous
12/17/2014
Course is relevant, informative and well presented.
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Fine overview with some details for project management
anonymous
11/20/2014
The course covers the major aspects of project management, in enough detail that help the student learn the concepts and the practical aspects. The instructor is clear and does a fine job of keeping the material interesting for the near 4 hours.
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slide 25 error
anonymous
11/14/2014
slide 25 apears to be in error and in conflict with video and test form regarding lowest red line. Should be ES instead of EF.
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anonymous
11/06/2014
Excellent course on Project Management fundamentals. Dr. Pinto does a great job explaing all the concepts involved in Project Management and the video is easy to follow.
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Professionally Presented Excellent Course
anonymous
10/31/2014
Very high quality course
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anonymous
10/16/2014
Very good review of project management essentials. Well presented and concepts clearly explained.
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Good Information
Kevin
10/07/2014
Video was informative and gave good examples. A little dry in parts, but so is Project Management. A good starter or refresher course.
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Engineer
Paul
09/07/2014
Good overview of project management. Now I know where all the terms come from.
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Bill Fitch
08/26/2014
Great presentation. Dr. Pinto was very clear and the "slides" that appeared on the video were great. I have seen too many videos where they try and use the image that appeared on the screen during the class.

The content in the beginning moved kind of slowly. I received the most useful information in the "Earned Value" segment toward the end.

I would take other courses offered by Dr. Pinto.
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Project Management
anonymous
06/16/2014
Very informative for project management.For design engineers some of the items are not applicable .Larger project can use the information of the cource.
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anonymous
06/15/2014
Straight forward approach. Easy to follow. Good pace.
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Excellent explanation of how to plan and manage projects using real-time data
Bernadette Thavarajah
06/10/2014
As an engineer with over 30 years of experience in project and construction management, I found Dr Pinto's course concise and easy to understand.

It was a refreshing way to update my project management skills, get familiar with the latest terms, and match it to my practical experience
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anonymous
05/25/2014
Very good course, organized, logical sequence, detailed, and very good examples.
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ALEX MAKITKA
05/03/2014
The best thing that was taught was to evaluate where to spend more money to shorten the total time to do the project. The other item, that was also very important, was that you must evaluate how much money you spend versus HOW MUCH MONEY YOU WILL SAVE.

I WILL GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE. We were doing a major concrete project in a large building that was a major "Pump Station". At the same time, they were doing repairs to the equipment, since the "Pump Station" was not in service. The concrete had to be poured, and reach a compression value of greater than 3,000 PSI by Monday, 21 days after we started the project, or we would have to PAY $3,500 per day for each day that we were late, since the "Pump Station" could not be back in service until the concrete reached a minimum of 3,000 PSI compressive strength.

We were running very far behind. We were getting ready to pour the concrete on Friday morning, ONLY 3 days before we would had to start paying $3,500 per day until our concrete reached the minimum compression strength on 3,000 PSI. It would normally take a minimum of 7 days, even if you purchased concrete with a compressive strength of 6,000 psi in 28 days,to reach a compressive strength of 3,000 PSI. in 7 days.

The Pump Station crew were not working any overtime since they thought we would be 4-6 days late! They were counting on us paying $3,500 per day that we were late, or about a minimum of $14,000,so WE WOULD BE PAYING FOR THEM TO ALSO BEING LATE TO COMPLETE THEIR WORK!

How did we solve the problem? First,we called the concrete supplier to see if they had concrete that we could purchase that would reach a minimum of 3,000 PSI compression in only 2 days. They had a concrete "DESIGN MIX" that would reach the 3000 PSI compression in 2 days, based on actual past test results. IT ONLY COST US AN EXTRA $800! SECOND, WE HAD TO PAY AN EXTRA $300 FOR THE TEST LAB TO PICK UP THE CONCRETE SAMPLES ON SATURDAY, AND THEN DO THE COMPRESSION TESTS ON BOTH SATURDAY LATE AFTERNOON,AND THEN ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE CONCRETE HAD AN AVERAGE COMPRESSION OF 3,210 PSI TESTING 3 SAMPLES ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE TEST RESULTS WERE FAXED TO BOTH THE PUMP STATION MAIN OFFICE AND US ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

We went to the Pump Station with the test results to prove that we meet our contract requirement. We packed up our equipment, and removed the concrete formwork.

It cost us an extra($800 + $300)$1,100, BUT IT SAVED US OVER $1200. We did just what the Technical Side of Project Management is teaching, LOOK AT WHAT YOU HAVE TO SPEND TO SAVE! N
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anonymous
05/01/2014
Suncam courses are very informative and easy to follow/understand. I would like to take as many courses as Suncam offers related to my field.
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anonymous
04/30/2014
Good basic explanation of the concepts and principles of Project Management. Well explained and easy to follow.
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Good technical
anonymous
04/28/2014
Good academic review of the planning and monitoring process.
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Great Program
Steven Caiello
04/26/2014
This was a great presentation on using scheduling techniques for project. I found the information very easy to comprehend. The overall program was well paced.
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Robert Foltin
03/16/2014
I found the course to be very informative. I also liked the Professor that gave the course. It as some courses are was not at all boring. He gave good examples to help explain his points.
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Good Intro to PM Basics
anonymous
03/08/2014
Good introduction to the basic building blocks of PM. Earned value was a little hard to understand in the slides.
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Technical Project Management
Cathy Bravo
02/24/2014
I thought it was well-presented and easy to follow. I'd like to see more courses with a video instructor as opposed to just reading slides.
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Great intro to project management fundamentals
Clay Schaeffer
01/21/2014
This course is very nicely organized and presented to explain some basic, but critical, concepts in project management tools and methods. The presenter keeps the topic interesting and uses easily understandable examples.
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Project Manager
anonymous
12/31/2013
Good level of detail and intoduction to subject. Resourse allocation could be discussed to prevent the need to crash. Highlight the areas which typically lead to project failure,
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anonymous
12/31/2013
Enjoyed the course material. Only thing I didn't like is I swear the video would skip here and there and it would be during a section where he was explaining an answer to one of the questions. What a pain! And I have DSL. Also it might be better to break the video up into smaller pieces. I'd be curious to know how many people sit thru 3hr 24min of continuous video.

SunCam Response: Several thousand people have completed this course but we have no way of knowing how many used streaming vs DVD. Our streaming video player was designed to allow starting and stopping while remembering your place between sessions (regrettably, this feature is not yet available for the version that plays on smartphones).

Our streaming video, like NetFlix etc, matches the delivery stream rate to your system's available bandwidth. If your available bandwidth decreases during delivery (a common problem for a shared internet connection) the system switches to a lower delivery rate and sometimes skips a few frames.

When possible, I always recommend watching the streaming video and completing the test worksheet BEFORE purchasing the course just to be sure that you will be happy with the results.

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Great course, one correction to a slide
Martin VanMeter
12/29/2013
Slide 25 Forward Pass Rules, last rule - Largest preceding EF at a merge point becomes ES (Early Start) for successor

a point of interest - when discussing "Crashing a Project" and changing the durations of current (baseline) critical path activities, you might mention that the duration change of a critical activity can actually change the critical path, limiting the usefulness or magnitude of the duration change.
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Tim Lawrence
12/28/2013
The course was excellent, and the test was a good indicator of the material taught.
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anonymous
12/25/2013
Excellent course...now need to practice!
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Technical Side of Project management
David M. Cressler
12/04/2013
This is not really a criticism it was a mechanical error that I did not catch. I answered the first question False which was correct. I hit the down arrow key to scroll down, it changed my answer to True, and then I scolled down with the scroll down bar (not the right name I am sure) that is on the right hand side of the screen. Since I had already double check each of my answers as I proceeded, I did not go back and review the test from the beginning. In doing so, I would have made 100% vs 93% So, I have learned to do so in the future. Thank you.
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Ken S
11/26/2013
Well structured and delivered presentation of the key components of the "technical" side of project management. I thought the topics and time allotted were about right.
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anonymous
11/06/2013
Having the streaming video improved the quality of the course over just reading the material.
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The Tecnical Side of Project Management
anonymous
05/28/2013
I thought the course was educational and the test was fair. I would have liked to know if I had answered a question wrong,which question it was and what was the correct answer.

SunCam Comment: We always email the detailed results and question explanations when you pass the test but sometimes those emails end up in the junk folder. We followed-up with this customer to make sure she got the results email.
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anonymous
04/29/2013
Clear logical progression of the information.
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anonymous
04/06/2013
Another excellent course from SunCam. It was a little difficult I think to stretch the material to 4 hours, but the presenter gave adequate examples which made it a little more real.
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anonymous
03/25/2013
An excellent speaker exhibiting highly polished verbal communication skills thoghout the entire presentation, but course content prepared by this instructor was overly simplistic with limited depth and the presentation paced awkwardly slow. So much more useful contnet on subject could have been conveyed in much shorter or equal time. Course content was not geared to even undergraduate level students, and perhaps not even high school students in certain areas. Disappointingly, the course content is not up to Penn State's typically high standards that most people have come to expect. Again, the instructor is extremely good, extremely effective in his delivery; it is just a matter of what he selected to deliver was unexpectantly weak in content. This is no shortcoming of SunCam. I urge SunCam to give the instructor a second chance to develop a follow-on future course. There is little doubt the instructor has the abilities and requisite expertise to do so.
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Richard Olsen P.E.
03/23/2013
THIS WAS A REALLY A GOOD COURSE - conveyed useful information & took the time required. Exceeded expectations.
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anonymous
03/21/2013
It is an excelent intro to project management
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anonymous
03/20/2013
This is a very informative and well conducted course.
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The Technical Side of Project Management
anonymous
03/19/2013
The slides can be populated with more terms description or definition to clarify the issues of Project Management.

Also the diagrams require explanatory notes to clarify.

SunCam Comment: You have to watch the video. The slides are provided as a convenience but the course is in the video.
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anonymous
02/28/2013
This course is well laid out and very logical to follow. It gave me real world examples of how to be more effective in my project and time management
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Very good course. Would recommend
Tim
02/28/2013
It may be a little too much information for a beginner to comprehend completely but there is still value in taking the course for beginning PMs. Seasoned PMs will have seen all this information before, but it never hurts to have good habits and good information reinforced. I would recommend this class to the spectrum of people looking to learn new skills or brush up on hold knowledge.
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anonymous
02/02/2013
great
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anonymous
01/09/2013
Good course with useful information. Clear, concise and practical. Worth the time spent to complete on-line.
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Elizabeth Doty
01/05/2013
Dragged a bit at the beginning, but overall was very informative and outlined measures to check and cross check project progress using two or more means of evaluation. The development for EVM also indicated that it gave a progress check means using inter-relations of performance, cost and schedule. I liked that the multiple "tools" can be used independently to study focused areas of the progress.

I really enjoy Dr Pinto's style of presentation. It is a good mix of (borderline boring) statistical-type evaluation methods with "real-life" points of view, to bring the boring numbers to life and illustrate how "checking the numbers" can give an accurate prediction of a project life in terms of schedule and cost.
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anonymous
11/20/2012
This was a great review of some of the challenges with Project Management. This was a great review of the techniques for controlling projects with Earned Value.
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anonymous
09/28/2012
The content was good but somewhat basic. A couple good examples were used, more would have been helpful and made the presentation more interesting. Presenter did a good job with the material, could have been more energetic.
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Another SunCam Winner
anonymous
09/20/2012
Dr. Pinto is a wonderful instructor and the streaming video makes the whole learning experience a breeze. Continuing Education doesn't get any better than this.
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011-The Technical Side of Project
Jose Quintas
09/18/2012
The "011-The Technical Side of Project" course was interesting and valuable. I appreciated the mention of examples of project management problems at AirBus and NASA. I suggest the inclusion of more examples in future versions of this course. In my opinion, examples make the course more relevant and bring the course objectives home in a more meaningful way.

Please improve the SunCam web site. The way that customers access and finally are able to take courses (at least customers like me that use a voucher) is extremely user-unfriendly. I had to ask for assistance from SunCam representatives both time times that I used my voucher this year. It is a guessing game to finally make it to checkout and it takes re-entering personal information multiple times. Taking steps on the web site that seem logical just cause personal information to be deleted. I can understand how customers could easily become frustrated and disatisfied and consider using a different provider - which would be a shame since SunCam offers great P.E. license renewal courses.

SunCam Response: The Prepaid Training Voucher program is a new offering from SunCam that is intended to make it easier for employers to pay for employee training. Vouchers have been used successfully by hundreds of our customers and we are continuing to improve the program to enhance the customer's experience.

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Another excellent video from Dr. Pinto
Paul Maslen
08/08/2011
Dr. Pinto, thanks for the excellent videos. It has been a pleasure continuing down the PMI path with your assistance!
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Duplicates Course 008
James Doss
07/13/2011
1.) Too much overlap with Course 008 2.) Poor video editing and match-up with speaker at 1:44:53 to 1:45:09. 3.) Speaker also gets tongue-tied during this example 4.) Mistake on slide #24 - "Largest preceding EF at a merge point becomes EF for successor" should be "Largest preceding EF at a merge point becomes ES for successor." (Video is correct, as is the same slide (#47) in Course 008. 5.) Moving "Twilight Zone" backgrounds are a distraction -- too much Hollywood.
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Suprisingly good
William J. alexander
06/19/2011
I've don a lot of online "refreshers", and I have taught the PMI courses. This course of three videos is EXCELLENT for the beginner or experienced PM. I have asked everyone at my company to watch them. Great and useful content well presented.
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Great course- great price
anonymous
06/08/2011
It was very well presented. The It was somewhat of a beginners course, but was what I needed. I have heard many of the terms in meetings and now fully understand them.
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Technical Side of Project Management
Raymond Blanchard
03/08/2011
Excellent slides to review project management scheduling and earned value analysis.
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anonymous
02/04/2011
Presenter did a great job. The frequent use of examples and detailed explanations for new terms was very helpful.
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anonymous
02/04/2011
Very good fundamental course. Instructor puts things into an interesting perspective and provide various examples to illustrate his points.
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anonymous
02/03/2011
Interesting, actually kept my attention.
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Donald K. Brown
11/29/2010
Great course!! The only problem was the volume was so low that I had difficulty hearing it with any small amount of background noise. Other DVDs play fine. I had the same problem with the other course from Penn State.
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anonymous
11/17/2010
I liked the pace of the presentation, and there were good examples to support the theory discussed. I will use the materials in the course of my employment as a project manager.
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anonymous
10/31/2010
EXCELLENT course - I can apply it immediately to my work!
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Ronald Clifford Myers, PE
10/31/2010
Very good learning experience. Excellent presentation. DVD quality excellent.
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Technical Side of Proj Mgt
Julian Coto
10/30/2010
The instructor is very methodical and goes into all of the basic details. Great refresher course or for a newby provides all of the theory in a concise and easy to understand manner. The instructor does a good job.
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06/29/2010
Excellent course. Dr.Pinto is a great presenter, very methodic and perfect diction.
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06/10/2010
Well laid out
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Mike Hudkins
06/10/2010
That was one of the best continuing education courses I have taken. Very useful and easy to follow.
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Great Course
anonymous
03/22/2010
Great Instructor
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Training for the entire staff
anonymous
03/17/2010
We used this series of DVDs to train our staff of 12 project people. It seems like a bonanza to our small firm.
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bbi020
08/16/2008
Excellent!
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