$1,350 for non-government
$1,125 for government employees
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This three-day course is designed for individuals who will use Microsoft Project 2003 as a tool to assist them in managing projects. The topics in this course cover the critical skills necessary to create and modify a project plan file that contains tasks, resources, and resource assignments. Students will then build upon these skills and work with a project plan once it has entered the project implementation phase.
Students who have an understanding of project management concepts, are responsible for creating and modifying project plans, and need a tool to manage those project plans will benefit from this course.
Students enrolling in this class should have an understanding of project management concepts, and knowledge of a MS Windows, MS Word and MS Excel.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Create a project plan file containing tasks.
- Organize tasks in a work breakdown structure containing task relationships.
- Create and assign resources.
- Finalize the project in order to implement the project plan.
- Exchange project plan data with other applications.
- Update a project plan.
- Create custom reports.
- Re-use existing project plan information.
- Collaborate on a project plan with others.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Project Management
Lesson 2: Starting a Project
Lesson 3: Outlining and Task Relationships
Lesson 4: Adding and Assigning Resources
Lesson 5: Analyzing the Project
Lesson 6: Displaying Project Data
Lesson 7: Sorting and Filtering Data
Lesson 8: Setting the Plan
Lesson 9: Tracking Project Progress
Lesson 10: Adjusting the Schedule
Lesson 11: Adjusting Resource Schedules
Lesson 12: Customizing the Microsoft Project Environment
Lesson 13: Working with Data in other Applications
Lesson 14: Working with Resource Pools and Consolidated Projects