Why You Should Take Project 2013 :
Microsoft Project is widely used throughout the IT Industry to manage a small office and large enterprise projects alike. Project managers can utilize its features to keep track of tasks, personnel, and resources efficiently and in one place. If you are familiar with Microsoft Project but need to know how to use the more advanced features, our Intermediate training will give you what you need.
TrainACE's Microsoft Project 2013 Intermediate training builds on the concepts and skills taught in Project 2013 Basic. You will learn how to work with templates, create baseline plans, monitor and update projects, analyze project statistics, handle delays and conflicts, create reports, share resources, consolidate projects, and customize Project. Our certified instructors will guide you through communicating project information using Project Server 2013, and how to integrate Project data with other Office applications.
This instructor-led training gives you the guidance and time you need to understand the concepts and skills required to master Microsoft Project. Our teaching environment is hands-on and collaborative, so you can always get answers to questions about concepts you find challenging.
Audience and Prerequisites:
The Microsoft Project 2013 Intermediate training course is designed for people with some basic understanding of Microsoft Project looking to learn about the more advanced features of the tool. There are no specific prerequisites, but if you are new to project management, we would recommend our Microsoft Project 2013 Intermediate training course first.
This course along with other Microsoft Office training classes will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.
Skills and Concepts:
Unit 1: Using templates and importing data
- Topic A: Working with templates
- Topic B: Creating projects from other programs
Unit 2: Managing a project
- Topic A: Setting baselines
- Topic B: Updating an active project
- Topic C: Monitoring progress
Unit 3: Analyzing and adjusting the plan
- Topic A: Analyzing the plan
- Topic B: Delays and conflicts
- Topic C: Team Planner view
Unit 4: Working with reports
- Topic A: Standard reports
- Topic B: Visual reports
Unit 5: Customizing Project
- Topic A: Custom views
- Topic B: Macros
- Topic C: Gantt chart formatting
- Topic D: Custom fields
Unit 6: Managing multiple projects
- Topic A: Consolidating and sharing projects
- Topic B: Sharing resources among projects
Unit 7: Exchanging project information
- Topic A: Collaboration
- Topic B: Hyperlinks
- Topic C: Exporting to Office applications