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Microsoft Project is the most popular project management software programme for helping project managers to create plans, manage resources, track progress, manage budgets and analyse workloads
Microsoft Project Introduction Courses
If you need to understand how to build and manage project plans, an Introduction, or "Level 1", Microsoft Project course will get you started. Microsoft Project Introduction courses cover the essential skills necessary to create and modify a project plan including tasks and resources at 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 releases of Microsoft Project.
- Build and edit a project plan
- Create and assign resources
- Manage project costs
- Track progress
- Filter and print project plans
- Communicate your plans
- Produce reports
Microsoft Project Intermediate Courses
Intermediate Microsoft Project training courses are designed for existing MS Project users who want to add to their basic skills. You will build on the fundamentals of project management using MS Project, covering the more advanced features of the application, course topics can include
- Different views
- Critical Path
- Project Baseline
- Updating Project
- Creating Reports
- Resource Pooling
- Consolidating Projects
Advanced Microsoft Project training courses
Advanced Microsoft Project training courses are designed for experienced MS Project users who want to use the advanced features of Microsoft Project or who want to customise Microsoft Project to their own specific requirements. You will learn to use advanced features to plan, track and analyse variances from plan. Course topics can include
- Resolve resource over-allocations
- Manage multiple projects
- Integrate MS Project with other Office applications
- Customise the MS Project interface (fields, tables, views, filters and reports)
- Record and run simple macros
- Exchange project plan data with other applications including Excel & Word
- Create and print custom reports
- Import data
What is Microsoft Project?
Microsoft Office Project is a member of the Microsoft Office family. It is a powerful toolkit designed to help project managers and others involved with projects. It helps you to:
- Visualise your project plan
- Schedule tasks and resources
- Track tasks, duration and resources
- Exchange project information
- Communicate with other stakeholders
- Control your projects
These elements correspond to all commonly used project methodologies and techniques.
Microsoft Project enables you to break down project tasks and relate them to resources and timescales in a logical manner. Information can be analysed, displayed and distributed in a variety of ways – including the ubiquitous bar (or Gantt) chart. As a project management software tool MS Project is not unique but as with other Microsoft Office programmes it has been progressively improved – and is familiar and available to a very wide audience.