A combination of lecture, hands-on learning, facilitated discussion and exercises, and numerous practice tests contribute to a successful learning environment. Each participant will receive a comprehensive student guide complete with detailed examples and realistic practice tests.
Fundamentals, Features and Techniques
There are hundreds of project management software products in the market today. Unfortunately, many people who own the software have no idea how to use it. It is important to understand basic concepts of project management, such as creating a work breakdown structure, determining task dependencies, and so on before making effective use of this software. Many project teams still use spreadsheets or other familiar software to help manage projects. However, if you can master a good project management software tool, it can really help in managing projects. Built on a hands-on curriculum, this course teaches practical, proven techniques for managing projects using Microsoft Project.
You will learn how to;
- Create project plans at the level of detail that’s right for your project.
- Work with summary data initially or shift to a more detailed approach when it’s convenient.
- Control what tasks Project can schedule automatically or that you’ll schedule manually.
- Manage tasks, costs, work, and resources at whatever level of detail is appropriate for your project’s needs.
- See your project plan data in a variety of views. Apply grouping, highlighting, sorting, and filtering to see your data the way that you want.
- Track and manage your project plan throughout project execution.
- Collaborate and share data with others in your organization using a variety of productivity applications.
- Use resource pools, consolidated projects, and cross-project links to extend your project management focus across multiple projects.
- Course ID: EL/PM/04
- Level: Basic
- Language: English
- Duration: 2 Days
- Professional Development Earnings: 16 PDUS | 16 CDUS | 16 PD Hours
- Cost: Nigeria #50,000 | Canada $220
- Minimum Class Size: 8
- Maximum Class Size: 20
- Available Locations: Lagos | Calgary | Abuja | Port Harcourt | Dubai |
- Creating a New Project on MS Project 2010
- Creating and Maintaining Calendars
- Creating Custom Fields
- Custom Option Settings
- Setting up Project Information
- Creating and Modifying a Project Task Structure
- Building a Logical Schedule Model
- Entering and Editing Resource Information
- Applying Task Types and Scheduling Calculations
- Assigning Resources • Editing Assignments
- Managing Resource Allocation
- Managing Resource Allocations by Using Team Planner
- Modeling Project Costs
- Setting and Maintaining Baselines
- Updating Actual Progress
- Compare Progress Against a Baseline
- Resolving Potential Schedule Problems by Using the Task Inspector
- Display Critical Path Information
- Applying Views
- Customizing Views
- Formatting Views
- Cell Formatting
- Printing Schedules and Reports