Lamar University (Industrial Technolog)
Hello, My name is Brent. When I was serving in the U.S. Navy, I was allowed the opportunity to move into the training division of my ship. There I was able to lead my team in training and certifications, which helped foster a love for teaching. As I exited the military and enrolled myself in college, I continued this by assisting my fellow students in their studies. I was able to work a fifty hour a week job and finish Summa Cum Laude at LIT, I since then have continued my education at Lamar University. By helping a person learn I can truly understand the material myself, that is why I love tutoring. If you can teach it, then you know it. I suggest to all the people that I tutor that you pay it forward; it will only help cement the lesson in your mind if you can explain it to someone else, be that friends or family.
Currently, I work a full time job as an analyst for EMS USA.
Being an analyst requires me to develop many things for review by upper level management. I work often with Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, Word, Adobe, SRS, SAP and Microsoft Project. The unique opportunity to work for EMS has helped grow my extensive computer knowledge from my time spent in the Military.
Using Microsoft project, I design complicated schedules for clients to help track job percent complete and cost. This is a pivotal requirement for any Project Manager, but it can be used in all aspects of life. Need to have your house painted and want to hire out a crew? Microsoft project is great for tracking home projects as well!
Microsoft Excel is one of the most useful computer tools created since the dawn of the computer age. The ability to write formulas and calculate complicated data, see trending and develop charts and tables is the base for any good business. Working as an analyst at EMS, I use Microsoft Excel daily writing formulas, sorting data and finding trends.
Computers are a part of the world, it's never too late to learn and I would be more than happy to teach anyone the basic techniques to get yourself through the day and even some advance techniques to help you go beyond. I encourage learning at all ages, young and old. Please contact me or someone else if you want to better yourself. Information is power. Hello, My name is Brent. When I was serving in the U.S. Navy, I was allowed the opportunity to move into the training division of my ship. There I was able to lead my team in training and certifications, which helped foster a love for teaching. As I exited the military and enrolled myself in college, I continued this by assisting my fellow
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Working at EMS USA a pipeline company one of my main job duties is to design Microsoft Project schedules. I have been trained through the company and self taught. I focus on developing Gantt Charts, resource loading and tracking critical task. I use this program to inform Project Managers on physical and cost % complete. I have been using this program for 1.5 years and am very proficient with it and its functions. Since I have started using Microsoft Project for this company I have been tasked with teaching it to various members of the EMS USA team, conducting classes over loading resources, developing task, setting calendars, updating schedule, removing constraints and many more functions. I believe I have the qualifications to teach Microsoft Project.