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MICROSOFT PROJECT 2003
Overview:

This introductory workshop helps project managers and team leaders master the basic features and functionality of Microsoft Project 2003, such as initiating projects, planning, executing, controlling and reporting on progress. Emphasis is placed on using software to effectively create and manage project schedules using accepted project management principles and techniques. Students are encouraged to bring to class samples from their work projects, which are then incorporated into the exercises. This ensures that key project management concepts are transformed into experiential knowledge, which can be immediately applied to real-life projects when participants get back to work. PDUs = 14.

Audience:

Project managers, team leaders, and team members who need to understand the primary functions and features of Microsoft Project.

Prerequisites

A solid understanding of project management principles is recommended. Familiarity with Microsoft Windows is required.

Course duration:

2 days

Course outline:

Getting Started

  • Templates
  • Entering and Altering Task Information
  • Getting Started
Assigning Resources
  • Resource Sheet
  • Assigning Resources
Sequencing
  • Types of Logic
  • Methods
Scheduling
  • Resource Calendar
  • Activity Duration Estimates
  • Constraints
  • Deadlines
  • Lags and Leads
  • Timescale
  • Zoom
Budgeting
  • Resource Costs
  • Material Resources
  • Resource Spend Plan
Validating the Schedule
  • Tasks
  • Milestones
  • Constraints
  • Task Type
Saving a Baseline
  • Baseline Savings
  • Gantt Chart Wizard
Kick Off Meeting
  • Standard Reports
Updating the Schedule
  • As Scheduled
  • Percent Complete
  • Entering Actual Start and Actual Finish Dates and Duration
  • Collecting Actual Effort
Time Variance
  • Time Variance
  • Milestone Reporting
  • Columns with Calculations
  • Milestone Trend Report
  • Project Summary
Closure
  • Saving Templates
  • Saving the Customized Items
Summary
  • Planning Section
  • Execution Section
  • Control Section
  • Closing Section

 
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