Chapter 1: FundamentalsModule A: Setting default options
Module B: Exploring the Project environment
Chapter 2: Starting a new project scheduleModule A: Project schedule templates, calendars, and workflow
Module B: Tasks, durations, and milestones
Chapter 3: Task types, effort-driven scheduling, and task constraintsModule A: Task types
Module B: Lag time and lead time
Module C: Task constraints
Chapter 4: Working with resourcesModule A: Resource types
Module B: Resource calendars
Module C: Assigning resources
Chapter 5: Managing the project scheduleModule A: The critical path and the project baseline
Module B: The tracking Gantt chart and updating tasks
Chapter 6: Printing reportsModule A: Views and dashboards
Module B: Other reports
Summary: Printing reports
Welcome to Microsoft Project 2016/2013 Level 1. This course addresses the features of Microsoft's Project application, which is specifically designed to address the needs of project managers in corporate environments.
You will benefit most from this course if you have at least some prior knowledge of project management procedures and practices. It is intended to support you in applying this knowledge through the use of Microsoft Project as a project management tool.
There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, general computer user knowledge is assumed.
Any additional experience having worked with forms and/or databases will be helpful.
After completing this course, you will know how to:
- Navigate and understand the important features of the Microsoft Project environment
- Create a new project schedule from scratch
- Understand and work with task types, scheduling options, and task constraints
- Work with resources, including scheduling and assignment
- Manage the project schedule in accordance with the critical path and project baseline
- Print project views, dashboards, and various other kinds of reports