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Tips on using this forum..

(1) Explain your problem, don't simply post "This isn't working". What were you doing when you faced the problem? What have you tried to resolve - did you look for a solution using "Search" ? Has it happened just once or several times?

(2) It's also good to get feedback when a solution is found, return to the original post to explain how it was resolved so that more people can also use the results.


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Dear PP users,

How to test a person in order to know that whether he/she is a qualified person for planning job?

Is there any specific norms/guidelines?



razif r
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A Planner/Scheduler normally never plan his/her daily life.

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greatly depend on whats your requirement. No standard.

Use of tools, just question or test on some software technique and meaning of output.

For integration and co-ordination, then come to management skill and human side.
Bernard Ertl
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I am not aware of any standards or norms for planning positions. Perhaps one of the recruiters who frequent the forums can offer some insight into what employers are asking for (by industry)?

Bernard Ertl
InterPlan Systems Inc. - Project Management Software, Project Planning Software
Morteza Jafari
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the best way is reading CV and ask about his experiance in detailed, I do not think sombody had a standard in this regard.
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