1 - Getting Started with Microsoft Project
Topic A: Identify Project Management Concepts Topic B: Navigate in the Microsoft Project Desktop Environment
2 - Defining a Project
Topic A: Create a New Project Plan File Topic B: Set Project Plan Options Topic C: Assign a Project Calendar
3 - Adding Project Tasks
Topic A: Add Tasks to a Project Plan Topic B: Enter Task Duration Estimates
4 - Managing Tasks
Topic A: Create a Work Breakdown Structure Topic B: Define Task Relationships Topic C: Schedule Tasks
5 - Managing Project Resources
Topic A: Add Resources to a Project Topic B: Create a Resource Calendar Topic C: Enter Costs for Resources Topic D: Assign Resources to Tasks Topic E: Resolve Resource Conflicts
6 - Finalizing a Project Plan
Topic A: Optimize a Project Plan Topic B: Set a Baseline Topic C: Share a Project Plan
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for a person with an understanding of project management concepts, as well as general desktop computer skills, and who will be responsible for creating and maintaining project plans. This course will give you the fundamental understanding of Microsoft Project necessary to construct basic project plans.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have basic knowledge and skills using the Microsoft® Windows® operating system—preferably the most current version. While you do not need to be an expert, some experience and competency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel®, will be useful. Finally, having a foundational knowledge of project management concepts will help prepare you for working with Microsoft Project.