Microsoft Project - 2 days
This 2 day Microsoft Project course is designed to provide skills and knowledge which will allow participants to be able to use Microsoft Project to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, create a schedule, and print effective project information. The participant also learns skills in Microsoft Project beyond the basics and covers topics such as project scheduling, resource allocation problem solving, entering and tracking costs, Gantt chart printing, and project formatting.
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- start Microsoft Project and identify how it works
- explain some of the key concepts associated with project management
- enter tasks into a project file
- create relationships between tasks in a project
- understand and use resource assignment calculations
- assign resources to tasks using a number of different methods
- print various aspects of a project
- use various techniques for levelling over allocation of resources
- assign material resources in a project
- assign and track costs within a project
- apply constraints and deadlines to tasks in a project
- track the progress of a project
- work more productively with views in Microsoft Project
- work with tables in Microsoft Project
- work with some of the features that allow you to control your data
- format projects to make them more appealing and relevant
- print data from Gantt Charts in a variety of ways and presentations
A detailed outline can be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/ProjectOutline
The Microsoft Project training course in Perth assumes little or no knowledge of projects or Microsoft Project. It would be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system environment.
The Microsoft Project training course in Perth utilises learning materials that are packed full of high quality content, step-by-step instructions with visuals and plenty of practice exercises offering exceptional value to the participant.
Public courses are 2007 and 2010. 2003 is available for private group training.
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