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This course presents the most popular project management software in the context of how a project manager will use it.
Participants in this course learn the functions of the software and the project management concepts which make the software effective.
Apply material resource to project and examine the impact to project costs. Module 9: Creating an Initial Schedule This module explains how Project calculates a schedule based on task relationships and task duration.
After completing this module, students will be able to: enter estimates for duration and costs for each task. Students will understand the purpose of identifying critical path tasks and will be able to identify schedule float within the project.
After completing this module, students will be able to: Have a fundamental understanding of how Microsoft Project will help them track their projects Understand what is new in Project 2010 and how it will increase their productivity Learn how the ribbon will help them get the most of out of this productivity tool Learn how to quickly changes views and see what is going on with their projects Understand the 5 essential steps in building a successful project plan Module 2: A Quick and Easy Overview of Managing with Project This module demonstrates the steps required to create and use Project through the life cycle of a project. Lab : Setting Up a Project Adding Holidays to the company calendar. Lessons Describe which project functions are turned off for tasks using Manually Schedule mode. Lessons Understand and use the types of task relationships. Lab : Display the sequence Formatting Network diagram. Participants will be able to use Project to: Understand and use the types of task relationships. Module 7: Defining resources within Project This module explains how to enter resources and specific resource information in Microsoft Project and assign resources to specific tasks. Module 15: Summary This module provides an overview of the topics presented in the course.However, it is helpful to have taken an introductory project management course, such as Versatile’s Principles of Project Management. Lab : The Baseline Using Project Statics to see the changes in your project plan.Module 1: Introduction to Mastering Microsoft Project This module provides an overview of how the features of Project relate to the job of the project manager. After completing this module, students will be able to: Prepare a new project plan and set the date and other basic information Enter detailed project information Understand how to sequence tasks Understand and Define resource types Assign resources to tasks Understand the benefits of baselining a project or specific tasks Understand the basics of how to track project progress Module 3: Setting Up a Project This module explains how to create a new project and establish the basic constraints that Project will use for its calculations. Using the variance tables to understand the changes in your project plan. Module 12: Formatting Output and Printing Reports This module explains how to format the many views and reports available in Project.Students will be able to choose among three task types as they enter task estimates and they will know which task type is appropriate for the type of estimate they are making. Students will save their plan to a baseline and see how entering actual task performance data enables them to view differences between planned and actual performance. Lessons Enter estimates for duration and costs for each task.