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Introduction to Microsoft Project

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This course is designed for those with an understanding of project management concepts, responsible for creating and modifying project plans, and who needs a tool to manage these project plans. We train on Project 2010, with reference to 2013 and 2016 where they differ.

Microsoft Project is designed to help you plan any project, large or small. Upon successful completion of this course, you 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.
• Finalise a project plan.

Course Content

Project Management overview and introduction to the Project 2010 interface
New features and edition comparison

The new user interface with ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar

Using the new TimeLine feature
Introduction to Project Views
Exercise: Opening and viewing a project
Using the ‘Group By’ Feature
Using the ‘Highlight Feature
Viewing and changing the Project Information
Viewing the Network Diagram
Applying a filter
Introduction to Project Management
Understanding how MS Project helps you plan and adjust your projects
Project Terminology

Planning the Project
Defining the Project
Completing the Project Definition
Project Planning
Completing the Project Plan
Where to begin with MS Project
Setting the project start date
Project Properties
Amending the Standard Calendar
Creating a New Base Calendar
Displaying a Specific Calendar on the Gantt Chart
Saving the New Project File
Ending a Project Session

Task Entry and Task Linking
Entering tasks, milestone and summary tasks
Inserting, deleting and moving tasks
Adding a recurring task
Adding a note to a task
Understanding the new Task Mode in Project 2010
Working with task durations and relationships
Using lag time and lead time
Exercise: Creating a new project
Creating constraints for tasks in Auto Schedule Mode
Resolving scheduling conflicts
Setting a deadline on a task
Quick Reference

Resources and Resource Entry
Using the Resource Sheet to enter resources
Assigning and amending a resource calendar
Setting Resource Availability Dates
Understanding Resource Costs
Assigning resources to tasks using Auto Schedule Mode
Using Material Resources
Exercise: Assigning resources to tasks - Manual vs Auto Schedule Mode
Exercise: Using the Task Inspector and Team Planner to view and change assigned resources
Baselining your project


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    Two free rounds of tea, coffee and biscuits are served on arrival and at mid-morning. There is also a sandwich and soup lunch served as part of the ticket cost.

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