Microsoft Project is an industry leading application that will help you effectively manage a project according to a realistic project plan. This user-friendly program provides a project manager with tools to manage project tasks, resources, costs, and budgets. In addition, the software is built to be able to collaborate easily with other team members involved in the project.
This class starts from the beginning and will help you understand the terminology and environment of the program, how to create an effective project plan, assign resources to get the project plan done, and how to monitor the project in real-time as the project unfolds. You will also learn how to use Project’s powerful reporting tools to pull necessary information out of the project plan and better prepare for future projects.
Class Objective: You will create, manage, and customize a project schedule using Microsoft Project.
Target Student: This course is designed for a person who has an understanding of project management concepts, who is responsible for creating and modifying project plans, and who needs a tool to manage those project plans.
Performance Based Objectives
Upon successful completion of Microsoft Project, students 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
- Finalize a project plan
- Exchange project plan data with other applications
- Update a project plan
- Manage project costs
- Report project data visually
- Reuse project plan information
Pre-requisites: Introduction to Computers or equivalent knowledge and a general introductory-level understanding of project management concepts.
Training Type: Instructor led, private, one-on-one, student-paced learning model with structured hands-on activities. Available for Private or Group Sessions.
- Professional Textbook
- Download materials with practice examples
- Free access to CoWorking space on class days (FC Only)
- One month of technical support
- Certificate of Completion
- Classroom equipped with computers and software
- 14 hours of training
- Breaks are taken throughout each session
- Class size limited
- Target Audience: Beginner
Terms and Conditions
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Space Available: 1 seat(s)
Location: Digital Workshop Center - Ft. Collins - View Map
Classroom: Community Room
Course Closing Date: 2-24-2018
Instructor(s): Ron Arrigo
Space Available(Online): 5 seat(s)
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