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.
I found this course very useful. I had not previously used this software before, and I found the pace and content to be appropriate for my requirements and abilities.
There were a few sections of the course which I found the pace could have been a bit quicker, but overall I think it worked well.
I would be interested to attend a more advanced course in a few months' time, once I have fully learnt and practiced the coursework that was covered in this course.
(5.00 out of 5) Greg M, [ 20 April, 2015 ]
Excellent, thankyou. I learnt that my prior "self taught" method was fraught with peril and Peter pointed out the correct method of how to do things. As a trainer myself it was clear to me that Peter really knows Project inside out and he was able to convey the concepts to beginners like me.
Great delivery Peter! I can now go and fix my Training Scheduling project with confidence. If I had any recommendations - please take it slowly sometimes with clicking between screens or views as its easy to miss multiple clicks / commands and find yourself lost.
Finally - I enjoyed the ease of the location right next to North Sydney Station.