Class Schedule

Why You Should Take Project 2013 :

Project Management is a key function within the IT Industry. As project turn around times are expected to drop and increasingly dispersed development teams work on them, how do you keep track of it all? Microsoft Project is often the answer. Whether you are running a small internal project or tracking a large enterprise effort Microsoft Project 2013 has the features you need to stay on top of tasks, personnel and resources.

TrainACE's Microsoft Project 2013 Basic training course is designed to introduce you to the basic commands and features of the application. You'll learn how to create and modify task lists, establish a project schedule, create calendars, assign resources to tasks, track costs, and work with different views and tables. You will also apply filters and groups, and sort task and resource data. Finally, they will learn how to resolve resource conflicts.

This course is led by certified instructors who will walk you through the course step-by-step, with plenty of opportunity for questions and clarification of concepts and skills.

Audience and Prerequisites:

Our Microsoft Project 2013 Basic training course is aimed at anyone just starting out with Microsoft Project or anyone looking to get into project management as a career. This is an entry level course and has no prerequisites.


Along with other Microsoft Office training courses, this course will help you prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.

Skills and Concepts:

Unit 1: Getting started

  • Topic A: Project management concepts
  • Topic B: The Project window
  • Topic C: Project files

Unit 2: Tasks

  • Topic A: Creating a task list
  • Topic B: Modifying a task list
  • Topic C: The Work Breakdown Structure

Unit 3: Task scheduling

  • Topic A: Task links
  • Topic B: Task relationships
  • Topic C: Task options

Unit 4: Resource management

  • Topic A: The base calendar
  • Topic B: Resources and calendars
  • Topic C: Project costs

Unit 5: Views and tables

  • Topic A: Working with views
  • Topic B: Working with tables

Unit 6: Filters, groups, and sorting

  • Topic A: Filters
  • Topic B: Groups
  • Topic C: Sorting tasks and resources

Unit 7: Finalizing the task plan

  • Topic A: Finalizing schedules
  • Topic B: Handling resource conflicts


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