february, 2020

This is a repeating course

2020thu06feb9:15 am4:30 pmEvent OverMicrosoft Project - IntroductionThorough understanding of the concepts and terminology used in Microsoft Project 2010, 2013 or 20169:15 am - 4:30 pm Reading Greyfriars, 9 Greyfriars Road Reading Berkshire RG1 1NU Training Course Price : 350

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Microsoft Project - Introduction Reading

Microsoft Project Introduction

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Full details of modules and topics covered in this one-day course


This course covers 2010, 2013 and 2016 versions


This is a one-day training course structured into 6 modules


The objective of this intensive, hands-on one-day training course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the concepts and terminology used in Microsoft Project 2010, 2013 or 2016. Understanding the resource driven element of Microsoft Project and the alternative ways of using the software is the core benefit of this course. Following the course delegates will be able to able to produce both timeline and resource driven plans.


The course is aimed at new users of Microsoft Project 2010, 2013 or 2016 who want to familiarise themselves with the basic concepts of the software in order to build project plans. Also existing users of the software who need a better understanding of the terminology used and need to prepare project plans based on resources and work. Note : No previous experience of either project management or the software is required, but due to the interactive nature of the course delegates should have a high level of competency in using Microsoft Windows.

MODULE 1:  Introduction to Microsoft Project
Learning outcomes:
Understand how to start Microsoft Project, creating a Project file and navigating through its many commands.
Topics covered:
  • Starting Microsoft Project
  • Identify Project Components
  • Open, Create and Save a Project
  • Getting Help in Project
  • Setting Project Options
  • Setting Non-Working Time
MODULE 2 Creating a Project Plan
Learning outcomes:
Understand how to add project tasks, set task dependencies and constraints.
Topics covered:
  • Setting Manual/Auto Scheduling Modes
  • Entering Tasks and Duration
  • Adding Task Dependencies
  • Adding Constraints and Deadlines
  • Adding Recurring Tasks
MODULE 3:  Adding and Assigning Resources
Learning outcomes:
Effectively adding a pool of resources and assigning the resources to tasks within a project.
Topics covered:
  • Create a Pool of Resources
  • Adjust Resource Calendars and Costs
  • Assign Resources to Tasks
MODULE 4:  Formatting and Printing the Plan
Learning outcomes:
Exploring different settings and options to help present and print your Project to professional standards.
Topics covered:
  • Formatting Text & Text Styles
  • Formatting the Gantt Chart
  • Printing the Gantt Chart
  • Running Project Reports
MODULE 5 Tracking Progress
Learning outcomes:
How to track a project’s plan effectively by using tools to monitor the progress of tasks.
Topics covered:
  • Saving the Baseline
  • Updating Tasks
  • Displaying Progress Lines and Tracking Filters
MODULE 6 Appendix & Notes
Topics covered:
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Goals of Project Management
  • Process of Project Management
  • The Role of the Project Manager
  • Planning Methods


thursday 6 february 2020 9:15 AM - thursday 6 february 2020 4:30 PM


Reading Greyfriars

9 Greyfriars Road Reading Berkshire RG1 1NU

Reading Greyfriars9 Greyfriars Road Reading Berkshire RG1 1NU


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