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Microsoft Project Training Course
Intermediate

Our Microsoft Project Intermediate training course is suitable for people who are already using MS Project or have completed our day one Introduction course. The basics will be refreshed before moving on to build more advanced projects. 

On completion of the course, delegates will use project to help manage their resources and costs; to set plans, deadlines and schedules. At this level they will be able to track their project and create and print Gantt charts and reports.

 

You will need to have prior knowledge of the Project Management fundamentals or other Project software applications.

Format: One day, a maximum capacity of 6

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Review Introduction

  • Setting up Project

  • Manual & Auto Scheduling

  • Setting up & applying Calendar

  • Entering & applying Resources

 

Calendar

  • Setting up different working times for Base Calendar

  • Applying Calendar

 

Working with tasks

  • Creating a Task List

  • Modifying a Task List

  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure

 

Summary tasks

  • Setting up Summary Tasks

  • Adding a Project Summary

Scheduling tasks

  • Using Split Screen to link tasks

  • Using Split Screen to set Dependency Types

  • Review of Leads and Lags

  • Effort Driven Tasks

 

Constraints

  • Constraint Types

  • Setting and Removing Constraints

  • Understanding how constraints affect the overall project
     

Managing Resources

  • Entering resources

  • Working with Costs of Resources

  • Working with Resource Calendars

  • Working with overallocation of Resources
     

Working with Views and Tables

  • Working with Costs Table

  • Applying Costs

 

Tracking the project

  • Setting and showing baseline

  • Working with multiple baselines

 

Viewing Project

  • Working with Outline Views

  • Working with built in Filters

  • Using Tracking Gantt

  • Formatting the Gantt Chart

 

Extra Features

  • Populating the Timeline

  • Applying & understanding the Progress Line

 

Sharing with others

  • Review of Printing

  • Exporting to Excel

  • Using Project Reports

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