This 2 day course introduces students to Microsoft Project 2010. Participants will learn to manage a large range of projects, from small to large scale. It covers the important aspects of dealing with tasks, resources, costs, constraints and deadlines.
Who should do this course?
This course is intended for people who wish to learn how to use Microsoft Project to manage a range of projects, from small to large scale. Upon successful completion of the course, students should be capable of using Project to deal with tasks and resources, and in particular be able to handle problem areas that often arise when using a computer to help manage projects.
Participants need little or no knowledge of Microsoft Project 2010, however it would be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system.
Peter kept his level of enthusiasm at a very high level throughout the 2 days - not an easy task when you have done it many times before! Peter gave a very thorough overview of the database structure which helped my understanding of how Project works before getting into the detail of how to use it. I also appreciated Peter's interesting stories and experience which added value to the standard material. Well done!
(4.30 out of 5) Michelle, [ 10 March, 2015 ]
This course gave fantastic understanding of how important the right set ups and understanding of data entry is while working in MS Project. Great foundations. Thanks to Peter
The course was really beneficial for me starting a new role as project manager - I am glad I took this at the beginning of my new role, as I think it will be very useful and will enable me to hit the ground running
(5.00 out of 5) Romeo C, [ 10 March, 2015 ]
Good learning experience, the instructor delivered it clearly. Good to know that MS project 2010 could give us a different view now on how a project should be managed, other than excel. Good to experience mistakes during the training and shared it with the team to maximize learning.