MS Project Intermediate
This course aims to give participants the skills necessary to create and assign resources to tasks, and to utilise MS Project features to track, monitor, control, and provide status reports on project management plans.
This is best for
Users who have completed the Introduction and wish to expand their skills.
- Project management and MS Project’s role
- Review of scheduling concepts
- Understanding resourcing in MS Project
- Creating work, material and cost resources
- Working with and applying resource and group calendars
- Assigning resources to tasks
- Working with effort driven and fixed duration scheduling
- Working with multiple and part-time resources
- Dealing with resource over allocations
- Working with variable and fixed costs
- Setting, modifying and utilising baselines in MS Project
- Tracking actuals and monitoring progress
- Highlighting, grouping and filtering project data
- Formatting text and bars
- Working with and modifying reports
- Create a resource sheet, assign resources and troubleshoot problem allocations.
- Determine project costs
- Set baselines and track actuals
- Format and extract information
- Use and create a range of reports
Completion of a 1 day Project Introduction course or an equivalent level of knowledge. Project Management theoretical concepts highly recommended.
Microsoft Project Advanced