Learn to manage projects more efficiently, track costs, allocate resources in Microsoft Project, and review essential project management concepts in this beginner class for PC users. Increase efficiencies and effectively manage multiple projects with the basic features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional.
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This 6-hour beginner Microsoft Project course introduces students to the tools and concepts needed to successfully manage projects. This course covers a range of early-stage project concepts and teaches students how to work with Microsoft Project, how to define a project, how to create and organize tasks, best practices in managing project resources, and how best to finalize a project plan. This course also offers a free retake within six months of completion to allow students to review any concepts and walk away with a much stronger grasp of the material.
This 6-hour Microsoft Project course introduces students to more advanced tools and concepts needed to be a successful project manager. This course covers a range of early-stage project concepts and teaches students how to successfully execute on a project, how to monitor project progress, the proper methods for controlling project plans, best practices relating to progress reports, and more. This course also offers a free retake within six months of completion to allow students to review any concepts and walk away with a much stronger grasp of the material
This 1-day course offers a comprehensive introduction to Microsoft Project. Students will learn how to list and schedule tasks, assign resources, create detailed plans, and track the progress of deliverables. Students will receive workbooks and free retakes to refresh their skills.
This 1-day course teaches intermediate skills in Microsoft Project. Building on their basic skills, students will learn how to manage projects efficiently, allocate resources, and track costs. Students will receive a workbook and a free retake to refresh their skills.
This two-day Microsoft Project class introduces students to this sophisticated project management platform. Using interface options such as ribbon and project views, participants learn how to manage tasks, allocate resources, develop projects, and issue progress reports. Students also learn how to import and export data from Excel and other information-management platforms. Finally, participants learn how to make necessary project adjustments based on changed circumstances.
Become proficient in sophisticated Microsoft Project concepts, like resource management and project examination, and tools, like network diagrams and Gantt charts, in this two-day intermediate course. Students also learn areas like resource pooling and project reporting. Specific coverage areas include setting options, using Excel and SharePoint to create projects, understanding elapsed and actual time settings, setting constraints, managing and analyzing tasks, setting dependencies, and using Organizer to maintain templates.
Master some Microsoft Project basics in this one-day course. Through a combination of hands-on learning, instructor guidance, and interaction with other participants, students dive into topics like task listing, resource assigning, task detailing, plan formatting, task scheduling, and progress tracking.
Go beyond some Microsoft Projects basics in this one-day Microsoft Project for PC course. Through a combination of interaction with other students, instructor guidance, and hands-on learning, participants explore topics like resource consolidation, project customization, resource planning, progress tracking, and report status.
Learn the basics of Microsoft Project in this 2-day course. Students will explore topics like task listing, resource assigning, task detailing, plan formatting, task scheduling, and progress tracking. By the end of the program, students will be able to set up and manage a project from ideation to completion with Microsoft Project.
By presenting students with real-life scenarios, this class teaches how to monitor and manage cash flow. The sample projects run from the execution of the contract through the elaboration of the project management plan.
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Project managers bear the responsibility of managing projects from launch to closing. They work in a variety of industries, from construction to information technology. With broad oversight on budgeting, planning, risk management and scheduling, project managers provide leadership and guidance throughout the project term. Project managers are in high demand and enjoy competitive salaries and compensation.
Construction Project Managers oversee every stage of the building process and are responsible for keeping construction projects on budget and within the scope of the plan. They are responsible for: hiring and managing subcontractors, planning, budgeting, and remaining compliant with regional laws.
IT Project Managers are responsible for successfully accomplishing an organizations’ IT goals by planning, organizing, and budgeting resources. IT Project Managers lead teams to complete projects, such as: software and application development, hardware installations, network upgrades, cloud computing and virtualization rollouts, or business analytics and data management infrastructure.