Microsoft Project is the Microsoft Corporation`s project management software.
Over the years since its initial development, MS Project has become one of the most widely used project management applications in existence. It provides assistance to project managers and coordinators by organizing plans, resources, tasks, budgets, workloads and much more, all while keeping track of a project`s overall progress from start to finish. Knowledge of Microsoft Project can be an invaluable tool for anyone whose work requires the orchestration of long-term projects and plans.
This course starts right at the very beginning.
It doesn`t assume you know anything about Microsoft Project, so beginners will feel right at home.
Who this course is for:
Users new to Microsoft Project and those upgrading from previous software versions
Anyone new to the project management role
New project managers
Anyone who wants to learn project management and Microsoft Project
Project Managers and other business professionals who are familiar with Microsoft Project 2013 (or previous versions) and are looking to deepen their knowledge with more advanced skills.
- Project Managers looking to advance their skills or those wanting to step up into Project Management with advanced thinking.
- At least some Project Management experience is needed to get value from this course.
ü How to plan for your next project
ü The necessary documentation needed during the planning stage
ü Creating a project within Project 2013
ü All about tasks
ü Creating, managing, scheduling, and tracking tasks
ü Creating, managing, assigning, and tracking resources
ü How to work with deadlines and constraints
ü What to do in Project 2013 if your project isn`t going according to schedule
ü All about dependencies
ü The importance of lag time and lead time with tasks
ü How to create baselines and interim plans
ü Running reports
ü Printing reports and project information