- Personalized 1 to 1 Interactive Program – 99 $ / Hour
- Classroom training - Online Interactive with the batch size of 15 to 20 People
Basic project management concepts and terminology.
Basic Windows navigation skills.
Identify the basic features and components of the Microsoft Project environment.
Create a new project plan file and enter project information.
Manage tasks by organizing tasks and setting task relationships.
Manage resources for a project.
Exchange project plan data with other applications.
Update a project plan, Reuse project plan information
Manage project costs , Report project data visually.
Finalize a project plan.
Microsoft is recognized as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms for 12 consecutive years.
Leverage Microsoft Project to plan your project.
Manage project schedules and resources.
Create reports and dashboards to effectively share project data.
Track progress and monitor variances between targets and actuals.
Save time getting up to speed with the Microsoft project, so that you can start producing high-quality plans quickly.
Learn how to use Microsoft Project to its full potential, including planning resources, cost, and reporting.
Give confidence to the organization that you can plan projects in an effective way, using the recommended approaches.
Module 1 : Basics of Project Management – As Per PMI Standards ( Class 1 )
1.1 Creating a High-performance Team
1.2 Starting the Project
1.3 Doing the work
1.4 Keeping the team & KPIs on Track.
1.5 Basics of Business environment.
Module 2 : Know how to create a new project ( Class 1 )
2.1 Creating a template from a completed project
2.2 Creating a project from an existing template
2.3 Creating a project from an existing project
2.4 Creating a project from a SharePoint task list
2.5 Creating a project from a Microsoft Office Excel workbook
Module 3 : Know how to create and maintain calendars ( Class 2 )
3.1 Setting working or non-working hours and days (exceptions and workweeks) for calendars
3.2 Setting up a base calendar
3.3 Setting up a resource calendar
3.3 Setting hours per day
3.4 Applying calendars at the project level
3.5 Applying calendars at the task level
3.6 Applying calendars at the resource levels
Module 4 : Know how to create custom fields ( Class 2 )
4.1 Creating basic formulas
4.2 Creating graphical indicator criteria
4.3 Creating a lookup table
4.4 Creating task custom fields
4.5 Creating resource fields
Module 5 : Know how to customize option settings ( Class 3 )
5.1 Customizing default task types
5.2 Customizing manual vs. auto-scheduling
5.3 Customizing project options
5.4 Customizing calendar options (for example, working hours per day and hours per week)
5.5 Customizing the ribbon
5.6 Customizing a quick access toolbar (for example, settings to share with others)
Module 6 : Creating a Task-Based Schedule - Know how to set up project information ( Class 3 )
6.1 Defining the project start date
6.2 Applying calendars and current date
6.3 Entering project properties
6.4 Displaying the project summary task on a new project
Module 7 : Know how to create and modify a project task structure ( Class 4 )
7.1 Creating and modifying summary tasks and subtasks
7.2 Rearranging tasks
7.3 Creating milestones
7.4 Creating manually scheduled tasks
Module 8 : Know how to build a logical schedule model ( Class 4 )
8.1 Date constraints
8.3 Setting or changing the task mode (manual or auto)
8.4 Setting dependencies (links)
Module 9 : Know how to create a user-controlled schedule ( Class 5 )
9.1 Entering duration
9.2 Entering estimated durations
9.3 Entering user-controlled summary tasks
Module 10 : Know how to manage multiple projects ( Class 5 )
10.1 Shared resource pool
10.2 Links between projects
10.3 Inserting sub-projects
Module 11 : Managing Resources and Assignments - Know how to enter and edit resource information ( Class 6 )
11.1 Max units
11.2 Resource types
11.3 Cost rate table
11.4 Cost per use
11.6 Resource group
Module 12 : Know how to apply task types and scheduling calculations ( Class 6 )
12.1 Effort-driven tasks
12.2 Formula (work = duration x units)
12.3 Choosing a task type
Module 13 : Know how to assign resources ( Class 7 )
13.1 Assigning multiple resources
13.2 Assigning resources to task using units that represent part time work (vs. fulltime work)
Module 14 : Know how to edit assignments ( Class 7)
14.1 Task usage
14.2 Resource usage
14.3 Task forms
14.4 Editing assignments by setting the appropriate task type
Module 15 : Know how to manage resource allocation( Class 8 )
15.1 Viewing availability across multiple projects
15.2 Changing assignments
15.4 Replacing resources (for example, resolving overallocation and replacing generics with specifics)
Module 16 : Know how to manage resource allocations by using Team Planner ( Class 8 )
16.1 Displaying current resource allocations and assignments
16.2 Managing unassigned tasks
16.3 Resolving resource conflicts
16.4 Leveling resource overallocations
16.7 Substituting resources (moving task assignments from one resource to another)
Module 17 : Know how to model project costs ( Class 9 )
17.1 Resource-based costs (work and materials)
17.2 Cost per use
17.3 Fixed costs
17.4 Accrual method
17.5 Tracking and Analyzing a Project
Module 18 : Know how to set and maintain baselines ( Class 9 )
18.1 Baselining an entire project
18.2 Baselining selected tasks
18.3 Setting multiple baselines
18.4 Updating a baseline (for example, rolling up to summary tasks)
18.5 Resetting the baseline
Module 19 : Know how to update actual progress ( Class 10 )
19.1 Percentage completion
19.2 Actual or remaining duration
19.3 Actual work
19.4 Remaining work
19.5 Status date
19.6 Current date
19.7 Rescheduling uncompleted work
19.8 Actual start and actual finish
19.9 Actual work and usage views
19.10 Cancelling an unneeded task (for example, inactivating a task, setting an active flag or zeroing out Remaining work)
Module 20 : Know how to compare progress against a baseline ( Class 10 )
20.1 Date variance
20.2 Work variance
20.3 Cost variance
20.4 Showing variance of the current plan against baseline (tracking Gantt)
20.5 Task slippage
20.6 Selecting a view to display variance
Module 21 : Know how to resolve potential schedule problems by using the Task Inspector ( Class 11 )
21.1 Warnings and suggestions
21.2 Task drivers
21.3 Identifying resource overallocations
Module 22 : Know how to display Critical Path information ( Class 11 )
22.1 Single or master projects
22.2 Viewing total slack
22.3 Displaying progress against deadlines
Module 23 : Communicating Project Information - Know how to apply views ( Class 12 )
23.1 Applying views
23.5 Applying auto-filter
Module 24 : Know how to customize views ( Class 12 )
24.1 Customizing views
24.3 Filtering and highlighting
24.6 Sharing a view with the Organizer
Module 25 : Know how to format views ( Class 13 )
25.2 Gar styles
25.3 Gantt chart styles
25.4 Text styles
25.6 Cell formatting
Module 26 : Know how to share data with external sources ( Class 13 )
26.1 Creating visual reports
26.2 Doing enhanced copy and paste
26.3 Copying a picture
26.4 Syncing to SharePoint (for example, upload schedule, sync with SharePoint list, and e-mail timeline)
26.5 Attaching or linking to supporting information ? Exporting data to Excel
Module 27 : Know how to print schedules and reports ( Class 13 )
27.1 Reporting a progress status
27.2 Saving to PDF or XPS
27.3 Printing Gantt information
27.4 Reporting scheduling
27.5 Reporting the timeline
27.6 Printing based on date range
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Q : Will this be live or pre-recorded?
A : It's going to be a completely live interactive session with options to clarify any doubts or questions that you may have , However just to support your continued learning , we also grant access to the recorded video lectures in our LMS portal.
Q : What experience with Project Management do I need to have?
A : An open mind with a learning attitude is good enough. Depending on your level of formal education.
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Q : Since the workshop is live, will you be sharing recordings?
A : Yes , we will be sharing recordings. Since it's a live workshop, it's expected that each participant will attend the workshop live. Also, recordings of a live session are just boring.
Q : Can I get a refund?
A : No. We don't provide refunds in any case. If you are not sure about the workshop, check out the testimonials, read more about the trainer and take an informed decision. In case you miss out on attending the live workshop, we can move you to the next batch only ONCE.
Q : When can I receive the bonuses?
A : After the workshop is done, you will receive all the bonuses within 48 hours.
Q : Will I get a certificate after completion?
A : Yes, you will receive a certificate of completion if you finish the entire workshop , This certificate carries the PMI logo and it is pre-approved by PMI for applying your PMP Exam.
Q : Can I take this course online?
A : Yes! We know your busy work schedule may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms which is why we offer convenient online training to meet your needs wherever you want. This course is available in class and live online.
Q : I’m using Microsoft Project Professional 2016 on Windows 10. Does this class still apply to me?
A : Microsoft Project Professional 2019 is the latest version of Microsoft Project, and is the version used in this class. However, since Microsoft Project Professional 2019 is visually and functionally like Microsoft Project 2016, either version can successfully be used with this class. In addition, the practical guidance and best practices thoroughly covered in this class can also be easily and successfully applied to earlier versions of Microsoft Project, including Microsoft Project 2013, Microsoft Project 2010, and Microsoft Project 2007.
Q : I’m using the web version of Microsoft Project. Does this class still apply to me?
A : Yes, the practical guidance and best practices thoroughly covered in this class can be easilyand successfully applied to the web-only version of Microsoft Project.
Q : I’m a project manager. How can I benefit from this class?
A : This course can help both new and experienced project managers use Microsoft Project to successfully implement project management best practices, including developing project schedules, assigning resources to tasks, tracking task and project progress, managing budgets, and analyzing workloads.