Project 2016 Level 2 (Advanced)

Course Outline

Course Length: 6hrs (1 Day)
Microsoft Project is designed to help users set realistic goals for project teams and customers by creating schedules, managing resources and budgets, updating ongoing work as it is completed, rescheduling uncompleted work as necessary, and creating different views and reports.

Course Objective:

By the end of this course, users should be comfortable managing the Project environment, working within task structures, managing and allocating resources, generating views, and creating reports.
You will:
- Link projects, and work with master projects and subprojects
- Create and use resource pools
- Baseline a project
- Work with custom fields
- Change task lists, and create network diagrams
- Use lag and lead
- Update project work completed, and uncompleted
- Analyze earned value
- Allocate and level work resources
- Use existing Project reports
- Create custom Project reports

Target Student:
This course is intended to help all users get up to speed with Microsoft Project's more advanced features, including task management, timelines, earned value calculation, custom reports, allocating resources, and custom views.

Course Outline:
Section 1: Managing the Project Environment
Link Projects
Create and Use Resource Pools
Baseline a Project
Work with Custom Fields    
Change Project Options

Section 2: Managing Task Structures    
Change a Task List    
Create a Network Diagram    
Manage the Critical Path    
Use Lag and Lead    
Update Project Work    
Analyze Earned Value    

Section 3: Working with Project Resources    
Manage Project Resources    
Allocate and Level Work Resources    

Section 4: Producing Project Reports    
Use Existing Reports    
Create Custom Reports    
Export Visual Reports   

Training Location

CompuEase Training Classroom
130 Albert Street Suite 801

Ottawa, ON