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Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is a project management software product, developed and sold by Microsoft. It is designed to assist a project manager in developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads.

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2016
 
 

Part 1

 

Part 2

 
 

Part 3

 

Part 4

 

 Microsoft Project 2016 Part 1

 

This introductory course will equip new students with an overview of Microsoft Project 2016, providing a beginner level foundation of the application and prepare learners for Microsoft Project 2016 Part 2.

 
 
Course duration
 

Duration

6 hours

 
Course Target Audience
 

Target Audience

This course is designed for learners who have an understanding of project management concepts and who is responsible for creating and maintaining project plans. 

 
 
Course skill level
 

Skill Level

Foundation

 
Course Prerequisites
 

Prerequisites

Learners should have understanding of project management concepts.

01: Getting Started With Microsoft Project

This lesson will cover how to identify project management concepts, and navigate the Microsoft Project 2016 environment.

02: Defining A Project

This lesson will cover how to create a new project plan, define a project, and assign a project calendar.

03: Creating And Organizing Tasks

This lesson will cover how to add tasks to a project plan, import tasks from other programs, create a work breakdown structure, define task relationships, and schedule tasks.

04: Managing Project Plan Resources

This lesson will cover how to add resources to a project plan, create a resource calendar, enter costs for resources, assign resources to tasks, and resolve resource conflicts.

05: Finalizing A Project Plan

This lesson will cover how to optimize a project plan, set a baseline, and share a project plan.



 

 Microsoft Project 2016 Part 2

 

This intermediate level course will expand learners' knowledge with an in-depth look at Project 2016.

 
 
Course duration
 

Duration

6 hours

 
Course Target Audience
 

Target Audience

This course is designed for students with an understanding of project management concepts who are responsible for creating and maintaining project plans. Target students will be looking to acquire the advanced knowledge and skills a project manager needs to update a project plan in Project 2016 during the execution, monitoring, and controlling phases of a project.

 
 
Course skill level
 

Skill Level

Intermediate

 
Course Prerequisites
 

Prerequisites

Learners should have understanding of project management concepts and the lessons covered in Project 2016 Part 1.

06: Executing A Project

This lesson will cover how to enter task progress, update task progress with sharepoint, update work, and update costs.

07: Monitoring Project Progress

This lesson will cover how to view project progress, add custom fields, create custom views, create a network diagram, and analyze a project plan.

08: Controlling A Project Plan

This lesson will cover how to edit the task list, reschedule tasks, and update a baseline.

09: Reporting On Progress

This lesson will cover how to format and share a chart view, view existing reports, create custom reports, and create a visual report.

10: Customizing The Application

This lesson will cover how to change project options, create a project plan template, share resources, and link project plans.

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Course date
 

Date

At your earliest convenience

 
Course delivery options
 

Delivery Options and Class Capacity

Classroom, seminar/demo, e-learning, live online

 
 
Course location
 

Location

Your place of business

 
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Follow Up Support

Technical helpdesk support is available upon request

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