The main objective of this 2-day course is to introduce the commands, functions, and capabilities of Microsoft Project. It is designed for computer users who are new to Microsoft Project who want to gain a thorough understanding of one of the world’s most popular project management software packages.
The following list summarizes skills that participants will be comfortable with after this course.
Understanding Views, Screen Tips, Ribbon, and the Quick Access toolbar;
Create, edit and outline a task list, establish dependencies by linking tasks
Add and assign resources, work with project calendars, and enter project costs
Print project information and customize reports
Apply task type settings, set task constraints
Apply preset and custom contours, edit resource assignments and set and modify a baseline
Track and report on an active project and compare to baseline
Sort, filter, and group views
Format views and the Gantt chart
Customize Microsoft project elements including tables, views, and reports
Use sample templates, create custom templates, and use the organizer to manage project elements
Display progress lines, apply earned value tables, and conduct pert analysis
Create master projects, insert and work with subprojects, and create links to external tasks
Running multiple projects with a common resource pool
This hands-on course is taught by a certified Microsoft Master Instructor. Participants will receive authorized Microsoft manuals and Microsoft approved practice exercises.