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MS Project Training

Microsoft Project is professional project management software. It will help you as a project manager, organise your project plan, track and manage resources, manage the budget and track progress.

 

There are now a number of different versions of MS Project, which have a huge impact on what you can do and how you can work. So as part of our pre-workshop consultation, we will identify exactly what is required and match the trainer appropriately.

You can manage complexities of a project, produce gant charts, create schedules, add task dependencies and much more.  Let us help you get the most from your investment by taking your team through the fundamentals, or creating a totally bespoke workshop to tackle your specific challenges. 

Please note, there are huge differences between the online version of MS Project and the traditional on-premise.  It is vital that we understand exactly which you are using before signing off on a booking. 

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Our face to face and live online training events are totally tailored to cover your requirements. We won't put you or your employees in a box as beginner, intermediate or advanced.

 

However, if you are looking for some standard topics, or just need a bit of inspiration, please review the course overviews below.

Course overviews are designed for Face to Face workshops, for up to 6 delegates, but feel free to pick specific elements if you would prefer to do live online learning.

Getting Started With MS Project

This intensive two-day course is designed to give delegates a practical understanding of building, maintaining and reporting on their project plans using Microsoft Project. 

Day 1

Planning & reporting

building a plan

the work breakdown structure

network diagrams (PERT)

critical path analysis

using fixed costs

using views, tables & filters

setting milestones, deadlines & constraints

working with resources

designing reports for specific purposes

designing views, tables, filters & groups

managing the timescale

making the most of Project’s features; understanding its defaults

setting up holidays, working & non‐working time for tasks

managing printing

Day 2

Using tracking fields

saving a baseline

how to update your plan

comparing the plan with baseline

producing slippage, exception & other useful reports

analysing actual & remaining tasks

updating & using views & forms

making changes & re‐scheduling incomplete tasks

setting up templates, reports & plans

avoiding pitfalls; problem-solving

working & planning together; the reporting cycle; project closure

Content maybe modified depending on the version of MS Project being used.

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