Project Management

Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)

This course covers the essential skills needed to plan a project using Microsoft Project. Topics include scheduling tasks, creating a work breakdown structure, linking tasks, scheduling resources, examining Project's views, and sorting and filtering.

Dates & Times

CourseDate & TimeLocationCost
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)February 16 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)March 6 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)April 18 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)May 22 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)July 6 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister
Project 2016/2013 Part 1 (2007/2010 Upon Request)August 14 - 8:30 - 4:30LathamRegister

Course Outline

This course is recommended for either new or current users of Microsoft Project. Important concepts such as resource and task scheduling are discussed along with best practices and common mistakes, which may be beneficial to users of all levels.

Includes:
Comprehensive reference manual with participant guide and exercises
Access to participant data files
Follow-up support by email or phone for an unlimited period

Getting started

  • Project management concepts
  • The Project window
  • Project files

Tasks

  • Creating a task list
  • Modifying a task list
  • The Work Breakdown Structure

Task scheduling

  • Task links
  • Task relationships
  • Task options

Resource management

  • The base calendar
  • Resources and calendars
  • Project costs

Views and tables

  • Working with views
  • Working with tables

Filters, groups, and sorting

  • Filters
  • Groups
  • Sorting tasks and resources

Finalizing the task plan

  • Finalizing schedules
  • Handling resource conflicts