Get yourself trained on Microsoft Project: Essential with this Online Training Microsoft Project: Essential Skills for all User Levels.
Online Training Microsoft Project: Essential Skills for all User Levels
Welcome to a 10 step approach to using MicrosoftProject, taught by expert trainer Richard Walters. This 10 step approach, which has been developed and delivered to organisations throughout the UKover the past 10 years,teaches you the fundamental skillsof controlling and implementing a project using Microsoft Project.In this course we will start from the beginning anddiscuss the initial stage of any project, theProject Initiation Document (step 1). Once complete, we will move onto utilizing MicrosoftProject and will learn how toCustomiseMicrosoftProject, Seta Project Start or Finish Date, Enter Date into MicrosoftProject, ModifyTasks and Enter Resources, Assign Resources To Tasks, Display Project Costs and Set a Project Baseline.Most lectures are 8- 12minutes long, withno lecture being over 20 minutes in length. Your trainer for this course, Richard Walters, is a MicrosoftCertified Trainer who has beentraining MicrosoftProject for the past 9 years throughout the UK.Customer Testimonials”Teach one, learn one, do one method executed brilliantly throughout.””Good paced course. Thorough. Went through all steps to make sure all understood.”10 Step OutlineStep 1 -Project Initiation Document (PID)Step 2 – Customising Microsoft ProjectStep 3 – Setting a Start or Finish DateStep 4 – Data EntryStep 5 – Global LinkingStep 6 – Modifying Task LinksStep 7 – Entering ResourcesStep 8 – Assigning Resources to TasksStep 9 -Displaying Project CostStep 10 – Setting a ProjectBaseline
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