Microsoft Project Basics – How to Create Your First Project
Great Course for those new to Microsoft Project! Learn how to use Microsoft Project in easy to follow steps.. Microsoft Project Basics - How to Create Your First Project is a paid course with 135 reviews and 3328 subscribers.
This is a Live course, filed under Project Management.
Understand the features of Microsoft Project. Read and interpret a project schedule built on MS Project. Develop a full blown project schedule on MS Project on their own. Identify the Critical Path of a Project. Learn Project Scheduling Best Practices.
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Great Course for Those New to Microsoft Project…
Now you can finally learn Microsoft Project and get familiar with
how to perform Project Scheduling. With this course, you will learn
the essential beginning skills for Project Managers to understand
what functions can be performed using Microsoft Project and how to
navigate the program.
In this course, you will learn the basics of creating a Microsoft
Project scheduling using Gantt charts.
We will cover such topics
How to create a Work Breakdown
Structure for use within Microsoft Project scheduling
How to create Tasks and Summaries within Microsoft Project
How to Use Microsoft Project for managing Project Resources
- How to add Durations and Effort to Tasks and see the complete Project Work
How to Link Tasks together in Microsoft Project to create a full project schedule
As part of this course, we will also cover best practices for Project Scheduling and what a good Project Schedule should contain.
At the end of this course, you will be totally familiar with Microsoft Project so that you will be able to create, review, and
revise Microsoft Project schedules all on your own.
Also, for those seeking PMI Certification (such as the PMP Certificate), if you complete this course you may receive credit for 1 PDU applicable to PMI Certification.
This course includes additional materials (Microsoft Project files) that are downloadable for your own practice. Also included for free is a White Paper on Best Practices for Project Scheduling.