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This intermediate-level course gets into some of MS Project's advanced features. You'll learn how to create baselines, apply fixed and overtime costs, perform resource leveling and more. The course is open to everyone, but is ideal for aspiring project managers who have grown weary of basic MS Project and crave even more knowledge. We're not saying it's for power-mad super villains*, mind you. It's for anyone who wants to track projects as effectively as possible.
*Supervillains, however, are welcome to sign up for the course.
NOTE: This course will focus on the Microsoft Office 2019 version of MS Project. You will need access to this version to complete the course.
Average weekly commitment: 3+ hours. Total course commitment: 12+ hours.
Start anytime within indicated date range. You have 90 days from the date you register to complete the course.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Add work, material, and cost resources to a project
- Apply fixed and overtime costs to tasks and entire projects
- Select the appropriate types of tasks to include in a project
- Create baselines and perform critical path analysis
- Incorporate effort-driven scheduling, work contours and multiple calendars
- Track progress and perform variance and EVA analysis
- Perform resource leveling and filter by task, resource, and/or assignment
- Effectively use resource pools, subprojects, and master projects
Module 1: Working with the Project Schedule
Module 2: Creating Resources
Module 3: Allocating Resources
Module 4: Tracking a Project
- Basic keyboarding capability
- Basic internet navigation skills
- Basic file management knowledge
- High-speed internet (at least 25 Mbps download speed) – click here for more information
- Windows computer (desktop or laptop) running MS Project 2019 (Standard or Pro)
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