Microsoft Project 2019

Duration: 2 days

Instructor-led Microsoft Project training is more expensive compared to e-learning and video-based courses. However, it is by far the most effective when trying to learn Microsoft Project because you are able to ask questions from a live Microsoft Project instructor, interact with fellow students and perform hands-on exercises. The benefit of getting specific answers about Microsoft Project that you have cannot be matched when taking an e-learning or video-based class. Our Microsoft Project classes utilize

  • Thu 19 Aug
    2 days, 09:00 AM - 04:30 PM Live !Online Bentley Beckles
    • $1,000.00 excl. Tax Exempt
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Description

This course is designed to teach you the essentials of Microsoft Project so that you can plan and manage project schedules. By the end of this course you will have a good working knowledge of the Microsoft Project basics, so that you can work confidently and efficiently to generate a plan, assign resources to tasks, track progress, manage budgets and analyze workloads.

Target audience

This Course is for users who are Project Managers and or persons wanting to gain a basic knowledge of Microsoft Project or users who will be creating and maintain Project plans. This course is also for existing Project users who wish to build on their existing knowledge and use Project advanced features to track progress and customize its environment to your specific needs.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have a good level of PC and windows skills, and a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office. No existing knowledge of Microsoft Project is required.

Detailed Syllabus

Getting Started with Project

The Role of Microsoft Project

The Microsoft Project Environment

Display an Existing Project Plan

The Gantt Chart View

The Network Diagram/PERT Chart View

Creating a Project Plan

How to Create a New Project Plan

Assign a Project Calendar

Add Tasks to a Project Plan

Edit the Task List

Define the Activity List

Create the Work Breakdown Structure

Create Summary Stages

Creating the Project Schedule

Understand Task Durations

Define Milestones

Understand and Create Task Relationships

Link Dependent Tasks

Add Tasks to the Timeline

Identify the Critical Path

Set Task Constraints and Deadlines

Add Recurring Tasks

Add Notes to a Task

Managing Resources in a Project Plan

Understand Resource/Types

Work with Resource Calendars and Availability

Add Resource Costs

Assign Resources to Tasks

Resolve Resource Conflicts

Finishing a Project Plan

Shorten a Project Using the Critical Path

Set a Baseline

Print a Project Summary Report

Review of the Microsoft Project Environment

The Role of Microsoft Project

The Microsoft Project Environment

Updating a Project Plan

Enter Task Progress

Split a Task

Reschedule a Task

Filter Tasks

Set an Interim Plan

Add Fixed Costs to Tasks


Fine Tuning Resources

Applying Overtime Rates

Using the Resource Graph

The Resource Management Toolbar

Levelling Resources

Managing Project Costs

Update Cost Rate Tables

Group Costs

Link Documents to a Project Plan

Tracking a Project

Setting the Baseline

Changing the Status Date

Tracking Changes

Completion Percentages

Entering Actuals

Tracking Costs

Reporting Project Data Visually

Create a Visual Report

Customize a Visual Report

Create a Visual Report Template

Integrating Project with Other Office Applications

Import Project Information

Export Project Plan Data into Excel

Copy Project information to Microsoft Word

Printing

Print Reports

Print Views

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