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Project Managers need Microsoft Project training to benefit fully from its most useful tools, such as auto-scheduling and task-linking.
Even when down on her luck, Anita stayed focused on her goal to earn her PMP certification. Through Springhouse, she did exactly that.
“Our client wanted a way to tap into the unrealized potential of its employees,” said Gary Stewart, a Microsoft 365 Solution Specialist at Springhouse. “So, I built a Power Apps solution that allows them to collect and evaluate innovative ideas from their employees.”
By modernizing aspects of your day-to-day work using Power BI, Power Automate, and Power Apps, you can focus on your highest priorities. Our free Microsoft Power Platform events focus on three pillars of Power Platform.
Join us online for our new 3-hour upskilling sessions focused on the most useful Microsoft office features, tools, and techniques.
Springhouse’s newest course – Scrum Master Certification Prep – teaches all the concepts of Scrum and intentionally focuses on preparing you for Scrum Master certification. To do that, the agenda concentrates on key Scrum concepts, teaches best practices for taking...
A Springhouse student expands her digital marketing skills with a specialty in email marketing to prepare her for the next step in her career.
PDU is an acronym for Professional Development Unit. Earning continuing education or professional contribution PDUs are required to maintain a PMP Certification.
Springhouse teaches Photoshop, including how to flip single or multiple layers in Photoshop.
How to Print a Microsoft Excel Worksheet (with no surprises) is the number one question students ask in Excel training.
The PMP test evaluates a person’s ability to understand and apply the tools, techniques, and generally accepted methods of various project management situations. The assessment tests the candidate across three domains – People, Process, and Business Environment.
In Microsoft Excel, there are two ways to perform calculations: Formulas and Functions. You must write the mathematical expression or use one of the 300 Excel functions to perform the calculation.