Schedule Reports & Presentation course

544,00 Excluding Tax


The correct reading of the Gantt Chart cannot be taken for granted within a project team. The color scheme, tables, writing style and diagrams make reading difficult. As a result, uncertainties about project planning often arise and a wrong decision is regularly taken.

During this course, these aspects are extensively discussed and you learn to let planning information speak. You will empathize with the various stakeholders and learn to understand how they look at information. Based on cases and workshops, you will prepare different reports for different types of stakeholders. At the end of the course you will present a planning report for the group. You will be instructed to clarify a difficult planning issue and to answer questions from the group correctly.


  • Basic communication
  • Different stakeholders
  • From data to information
  • Reliability of information
  • When is information telling
  • Preparation of reports
  • Gantt Charts
  • Time-Scaled Logic Diagrams
  • PERT
  • Table reports
  • Presenting the project planning

This course is primarily intended for project planners and project management consultants. Experience in working with Microsoft Project is a must. If you do not have this knowledge, we recommend that you first follow the basic project management course.

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1 day

Course books and workshops
Course Books are sent via Post.NL or UPS

Communication and collaboration platform
Microsoft Teams

Spoken language
Online via Microsoft Teams – English
Classroom in Rotterdam – Dutch

Time zone
UTC +01:00 Local time in Europe / Amsterdam

Class time
Online via Microsoft Teams | 09:00 – 16:30
Rotterdam Classroom | 09:00 – 16:30
Incompany | According to agreement

Minimum number of participants
2 participants. Private course by appointment

EQF Level
6 – Bachelor

No exam

Study completion
Certificate of participation