7 Contact Hours/PDUs/ 0.7 CEUs
The Microsoft Project 2016 course is designed help you schedule your tasks and complete your projects on time, within budget, and with fewer headaches.
Our goal is to provide high quality training and to maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction. We are confident that your learning experience will enhance your professional skills and education. Our Microsoft® Project 2013 Crash Course is also delivered by a Certified Microsoft Trainer and the content approved by Microsoft and PMI. Participants will create and manage a project schedule using Microsoft® Project 2016 in this hands-on, case study based approach, utilizing practical exercises and real-life projects.
This course is designed for persons with an understanding of project management concepts, who are responsible for creating and modifying project plans and who need a tool to manage those project plans.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the basic features and components of the Microsoft Project environment.
- Create a new project plan file and enter project information.
- Manage tasks by organizing tasks and setting task relationships.
- Manage resources for a project.
- Finalize a project plan.
- Create a New Project
- Modify/set the project start Date
- Create and defines task
- Create resources and assign resources to the respective tasks
- Create the related task dependencies/link for all task
- Add constraints to the listed tasks
- Modify tasks to adjust how work on the task will progress
- Display the critical path of the project
- Save the project baseline
- Outlaying project cost & duration
- Display project reports including;
- Budget cost
- Tasks starting soon
- To-Do List
Instructor led, project-based learning will be applied. Students will be guided by the course facilitators in applying MS Project to real-world scenarios. Multimedia, such as projector, will be used.
Please note that you are required to take along with you to class, a laptop computer that has the prerequisite 2013 MS Projects software.
Participants enrolling in this class should have the following:
- A general introductory-level understanding of project management concepts.
- Basic end-user skills with any current Windows operating system and Microsoft Office Excel.
- All course materials
- A certificate of completion when participants attends at least 90% of the class
- 7 Education hours or PDUs with the Project Management Institute (PMI®)