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Title

Days

Cost

Project 2016    
Mastering Microsoft Project 2016 (55205) 3 $1,495
Microsoft Project 2016 Introduction 2 $695
Microsoft Project 2016 Advanced 2 $795
Microsoft Project On Demand 90 days $495
     
Project 2013    
Mastering Microsoft Project 2013 (55054) 3 $1,495
Microsoft Project 2013 Introduction 2 $695
     

Introduction: Project

Module 1: Exploring Project & Learning What’s New

1.1: Navigating Project
1.2: Working with Views
1.3: The Backstage
1.4: Getting Help

Module 2: Getting Started with Microsoft Project

2.1: Creating a new project
2.2: Enter tasks and durations
2.3: Creating recurring tasks

Module 3: Modifying and Organizing a Task List

3.1: Inserting, moving and deleting tasks
3.2: Outlining tasks
3.3: Understand the WBS

Module 4: Shaping a Schedule

4.1: Linking and unlinking tasks
4.2: Displaying the Critical Path

Module 5: Modifying Task dependencies

5.1: Working with task dependencies
5.2: Using lag and lead time
5.3: Setting lag and lead as a percentage

Module 6: Working with Calendars

6.1: Working with the project base calendar
6.2: Creating new calendars

Module 7: Using Project Resources

7.1: Managing resources
7.2: Making initial assignments
7.3: Using the Cost resource type
7.4 Using the budget feature with the cost resource type

Module 8: Entering Project Costs

8.1: Enter and manage resource rates
8.2: Working with resource rate tables
8.3: Working with fixed costs

Module 9: Task Type Settings

9.1: Working with Fixed Units and the default task type
9.2: Working with Fixed Duration
9.3: Using the Fixed Work task type setting
9.4: Learn about variable unit assignments

Module 10: Understanding Contours and Assignments

10.1: Contour types and options
10.2: Manually adjust work distribution

Module 11: Resolving Resource Conflicts

11.1: Discovering over and under allocations
11.2: Leveling and resolving overrallocations

Module 12: Setting Constraints and Deadlines

12.1: Learn about the default constraint in Project
12.2: Apply different flexible and inflexible constraints
12.3: Set Deadlines

Module 13: Tracking Project Progress

13.1: Understanding and setting the project baseline
13.2: Marking tasks complete understanding other tracking methods
13.3: Compare Actual to Baseline task information

Module 14: Grouping & Filtering in Project

14.1: Use groups, filters and highlighting to focus on content areas
14.2: Create and manage new filters and groups

Module 15: Reporting in Project

15.1: Use built-in dashboard reports to graphically display project information
15.2: Working with Visual Reports
15.3: Customizing dashboard reports

Module 16: Customizing the Project Environment

16.1: Modifying the Gantt Chart and Gantt Bars
16.2: Enhancing the Gantt Chart area
16.3: Customize the Ribbon
16.4: Customizing and exporting Quick Access toolbar and Ribbon

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Module 1: Starting a Project from an Existing Project, Excel Workbook, or SharePoint Task List
This module explains how to get started with a project.
Lessons

  • Starting a Project

Lab 1: Starting a Project from an Existing Project, Excel Workbook, or SharePoint Task List

  • Starting a Project

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Set project options.
  • Create a project from an existing project.
  • Create a project from an Excel spreadsheet.
  • Create a preojct from a SharePoint list.

Module 2: Advanced Methods for Managing Tasks and Resources
This module explains how to use advanced methods for managing tasks and resources.
Lessons

  • Managing Tasks and Resources
  • Understanding Elapsed versus Actual Time Settings
  • Setting Task Constraints
  • Splitting and Delaying Tasks
  • Using the Task Inspector
  • Analyzing Critical Tasks and Critical Path
  • Using Lag Time and Lead Time
  • Analyzing Task Assignments
  • Using the Team Planner
  • Using a Resource Pool and Sharing Resources
  • Managing Resource Availability and Pay Rates
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Lab 1: Advanced Methods for Managing Tasks and Resources

  • Change the Task Dependency
  • Creating a Task Constraint
  • To Split a Task: Using the Gantt Chart View
  • Viewing the Task Inspector
  • Viewing the Critical Path
  • Set Lag Time and Lead Time
  • Adding a Note through the Assignment Information Dialog Box
  • Displaying a Team Planner and Apply Formatting
  • Sharing a Resource Pool
  • Changing a Pay Rate

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Work with task dependencies.
  • Distinguish elapsed versus actual time settings.
  • Set task constraints.
  • Split and delay tasks.
  • Use the Task Inspector.
  • Analyze critical tasks and the critical path.
  • Use lag time and lead time.
  • Analyze task assignments.
  • Use the team planner.
  • Use a resource pool and share resources.
  • Manage resorce availability and pay rates.

Module 3: Managing the Project with Advanced Techniques
This module explains how to manage projects with advanced techniques in Microsoft Project 2016.
Lessons

  • Using Leveling to Solve Resouce Overallocations
  • Amending Tasks
  • Understanding Baseline and Interim Plans
  • Analyzing Project Costs and Creating Budgets
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Lab 1: Managing the Project with Advanced Techniques

  • Using Leveling to Solve Resource Overallocations: Using the Gantt
  • To Amend Tasks
  • Setting Additional Baselines
  • Creating Budgets

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use leveling to solve resource overallocation.
  • Amend tasks.
  • Understand baseline and interim plans.
  • Analyze project costs and create budgets.

Module 4: Formatting and Customizing Views
This module explains how to format and customize views.
Lessons

  • Customize the Gantt Chart
  • Creating a Custom View
  • Applying Filters
  • Using Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Codes

Lab 1: Formatting and Customizing Views

  • Customizing the Gantt Chart Using Gantt Chart View
  • Creating a Custom View
  • Applying Filters
  • Using Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Codes

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Customize the Gantt chart.
  • Create a custom view.
  • Apply filters.
  • Use Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) codes

Module 5: Reporting
This module explains how to use reporting in Microsoft Project 2016.
Lessons

  • Creating Visual Reports
  • Editing Reports

Lab 1: Reporting

  • Creating Visual Reports
  • Editing a Report

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create visual reports.
  • Edit reports.

Module 6: Working with Templates
This module explains how to work with templates in Microsoft Project 2016.
Lessons

  • Using Subproject within a Project
  • Using the Organizer to Maintain Templates

Lab 1: Working with Templates

  • Using Subprojects within a Project
  • Using the Organizer

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use subproject within a project.
  • Use the Organizer to maintain templates.
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    • All of our titles can be tailored to accomodate your organizational learning objectives.
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