Project 2016/2013 Complete

Chapter 1: Fundamentals

Module A: Setting default options
Module B: Exploring the Project environment

Chapter 2: Starting a new project schedule

Module A: Project schedule templates, calendars, and workflow
Module B: Tasks, durations, and milestones

Chapter 3: Task types, effort-driven scheduling, and task constraints

Module A: Task types
Module B: Lag time and lead time
Module C: Task constraints

Chapter 4: Working with resources

Module A: Resource types
Module B: Resource calendars
Module C: Assigning resources

Chapter 5: Managing the project schedule

Module A: The critical path and the project baseline
Module B: The tracking Gantt chart and updating tasks

Chapter 6: Printing reports

Module A: Views and dashboards
Module B: Other reports

Chapter 7: The Quick Access Toolbar and advanced calendar topics 

Module A: The Quick Access Toolbar 
Module B: Advanced calendar topics 

Chapter 8: Working with tasks 

Module A: Task notes, task deadlines, and task priorities 
Module B: Miscellaneous task features and functions 

Chapter 9: Working with resources 

Module A: Grouping, sorting, filtering, and highlighting resources 
Module B: Resource working time and resource pools 
Module C: Resource budget cost items 

Chapter 10: Managing the project schedule 

Module A: Multiple baselines and interim plans 
Module B: Setting and using a status date 
Module C: Resolving resource conflicts and scheduling issues 
Module D: Delaying a task 

Chapter 11: Other views and shortcuts 

Module A: The Task Form, Task Details Form, and Task Name Form 
Module B: The Resource Form 
Module C: Compound views and the Relationship Diagram 

Chapter 12: Working with multiple projects and project integrations 

Module A: Consolidating multiple projects 
Module B: Project Server, Project Online, and SharePoint 

Chapter 13: Working with Project data and closing out a project 

Module A: Working with Project data 
Module B: Closing out a project

Our Project 2016/2013 Complete courseware covers the concepts and skills needed for maximum productivity in Project, starting with fundamentals and working up to advanced tools and techniques.

Students will benefit most from this course if they 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. Some of the topics covered are:

  • Creating a new project schedule from scratch
  • Understanding and working with task types, scheduling options, and task constraints
  • Working with resources, including scheduling and assignment
  • Managing the project schedule in accordance with the critical path and project baseline
  • Printing project views, dashboards, and various other kinds of reports.
  • Working with the Quick Access Toolbar and advanced calendar topics
  • Setting resource working-time exceptions, pooling resources for sharing, and creating resource budget cost items
  • Working with multiple baselines and interim plans
  • Resolving resource conflicts and scheduling issues
  • Consolidating projects using Master projects and Subprojects
  • Working with Project Server, Project Online, and SharePoint
  • Using Project data in other applications
  • Creating final reports

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.

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Project 2016/2013 Complete

  • Product Code: PROJ1613-A1-R10-
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Days of Training: 2
  • $34.15

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