This course is designed as a follow on from the MS Project Introduction course and is for those people who already have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Project. The course expands on that base of knowledge and allows delegates to fully utilise the capabilities of the software.
NOTE: This course uses Microsoft Project 2010, however previous versions can be covered on request, please contact us for more information.
Attendance on our MS Project Introduction course, or equivalent knowledge, is required.
2 days. Hands on.
This course is available on site only. Please call for details.
This is an in-depth software training course that's designed to help students get the most out of Microsoft Project. Upon completion of the course delegates will have a good understanding of some of the more advanced features of the product.
Define the Project
Define scheduling properties.
Set and modify Microsoft Project options.
Define and Modify Tasks
Define general working times.
List the tasks in the project.
Add and organize task information.
Specify and Assign Resources
Specify resources for the project.
Define working time and availability for resources.
Assign resources to tasks.
Track Progress and Manage Project
Prepare to compare with later versions.
Incorporate progress into the project.
View and Report Project Status
Select and modify views.
Select and modify reports.
View critical tasks.
View allocation of resources.
View project costs.
Share project information with other applications.
Publish project information to the Web.
Manage Multiple Projects
Work with master and subprojects.
Work with a resource pool.