This course is for anyone who already uses Microsoft Project to plan, manage or control a project. Familiarity with project management terminology such as tasks, resources and critical path is helpful. It also covers the resourcing features, both in standalone projects and across multiple projects.
What you’ll learn:
- To efficiently track costs, budget costs and manage cost rate changes
- Get useful techniques for tracking and sharing resources
- Learn about Outline and WBS codes.
- Discover how to manage queries, forms, and data
- Explore the basic requirements for earned value analysis and applying EVA to a project
- Learn to customize tables
- Learn to effectively split projects into sub-projects
- Find out how to manage data through sorting, filtering, importing and exporting
- Master reporting through customized and targeted reports
- Get tips regarding project consolidation, resource sharing and the relationship between projects and sub-projects
- How to make the most of Macros in MS Project
This course will enable delegates to further enhance the skills that they have already gained from the beginners Project Management course to confidently modify and track a project schedule using the internationally acclaimed MS Project platform.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however delegates should have previous knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Project 2013, 2016 or 2019.
If you are interested in taking the course online, please register your interest through the ‘Register Interest’ button on the right hand side of this page, and we will contact you with the information you need to start your training journey.