Microsoft Project Training
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Mason College is now offering this training on a regular basisFor Upcoming Course Dates Contact Us Now! This course aims to give the learner a very good basic grounding in the use of Microsoft Project 2010 to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, schedule and track a project, manage and monitor project costs, and print effective project information. The course begins by showing the user how to navigate around Microsoft Project 2010. It quickly gets the user to create a new project before getting into features such as creating relationships between tasks and identifying key concepts.How You Will BenefitAt the completion of Microsoft Project 2010 Level 1 (with Challenge Exercises) you should be able to:Start Microsoft Project and identify how it worksExplain some of the key concepts associated with project managementEnter tasks into a project fileCreate relationships between tasks in a projectUnderstand and use resource assignment calculationsAssign resources to tasks using a number of different methodsUse various techniques for leveling over allocation of resourcesAssign material resources in a projectAssign and track costs within a projectApply constraints and deadlines to tasks in a projectTrack the progress of a projectPrint various aspects of a projectThis course is designed for users new to Microsoft Project 2010 and project management in general. Microsoft Project 2010 Level 1 assumes little or no knowledge of the software. However, it would be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system environment.
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