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Microsoft Project (Introduction)
On completion of this course, delegates will be able to:
Understand the various menus and views of the MS Project environment.
Create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Link tasks to create a schedule
Allocate resource to tasks
Identify when resources are overallocated and consider options to eliminate the overallocations
Print project plans in different formats
Create reports and update project progress details
View and update multiple project
The Benefits of this course include :
It is a practical hands- on course. Delegates are "learning by doing" with access to MS Project Software for the course duration.
The MS Project Foundations is a 2-day intensive practical course designed to provide delegates with the ability to use MS Project productively when managing and controlling their projects.
The course begins from first principles and proceeds to a point where delegates can construct their own work plans, update the plans as the project proceeds and tailor the application to produce required views and reports.
Learn by doing – in additional to the formal presentations from Trigraph, attendees will benefit by using the MS Project software itself on their own dedicated PC / Laptop. They will build their own project by setting up resources, tasks, dependencies, schedules, milestones etc and generating reports such as Critical Paths.
All of our trainers are highly skilled project management professionals with formal project management qualifications such as PRINCE2® or PMI.
The training materials are fully owned by Trigraph which means we have full flexibility to tailor the content to suit particular client requirements.
MS Project Introduction
Defining, editing and organising tasks
Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
Breaking a task into more detail
Viewing levels of detail
Creating a Project Schedule
Estimating effort and duration
Creating and changing task dependencies
Understanding and using the Project Calendar
Creating and using Milestones
Understanding the Critical Path
Applying a calendar to a task
Adding and Assigning Resources
Defining resources and resource calendars
Assigning resources to tasks
Adding Material resources to a project
Working with project costs
Saving the Project
Read and Write protection options
Saving the baseline
Clearing a baseline
Printing Project Data
Formatting views and reports
Sorting and filtering data for reports
Creating your own filters
Creating your own reports
The Tracking Table and Gantt Chart
Other useful Tables and Views
Setting the status date
Automatically updating task status
Manually updating task status
Using Progress Lines
Adjusting the schedule
Amending work and duration
Setting task constraints
Using fixed duration tasks
Using multiple resources
Identifying over-allocated resources
Understanding effort-driven tasks
Working with task calendars
Working with Data in other Applications
Importing and viewing data
Working with the imported data
Copying a Gantt chart to a Word document
It is assumed that you can bring your own laptop to the course with MS Project installed.
This course is suitable for those people who want to understand the basics of project planning using MS Project. It is aimed at both new and existing team leaders, project leaders and project managers and at all those who have to create and/or understand project plans and reports.
The course is recommended for people new to Project Management or those who have worked on projects and would like formal foundation skills.