Through Microsoft Project, you can monitor and schedule your projects using resources such as people, equipment, time and money. With Microsoft Project training you can analyze your project information by using Gantt charts, graphs, tables and views and you can track how your project progresses, identifying what to do if it doesn’t proceed to plan.


Microsoft Project helps you easily plan projects and collaborate with others.

It gets you organized.

It wins you jobs

It gets you results. By tracking and correctly updating your progress in Microsoft Project, you can better estimate the project delivery date and manage expectations.

It saves you time.

Effectively manage and understand project schedules

Get productive quickly

Leverage existing data

Build professional charts and diagrams

Effectively communicate information

Gain greater control of resources and finances

Quickly access the information you need

Track projects according to your needs




  • Saves Time by reducing the back and forth of questions and misunderstandings that can arise without a tool in place.
  • Eliminates Overlapping Task
  • Microsoft Project will increase project visibility. The reporting features, ability to compare the baseline project plan against actual, and make adjustments accordingly are invaluable to a busy executive who just needs a quick reality check as to where things stand.

Microsoft Project Training Course Objectives

This Microsoft Project training course gives delegates a thorough introduction to the concepts of project planning using Microsoft Project. Delegates on this Microsoft Project training course will learn how to identify, organize,track and manage the tasks and resources required to complete a project under the constraints of time and cost to achieve a final project target.

1. Project Management

Microsoft Project
Understanding Project Management
Microsoft Project terminology
Starting Microsoft Project
Microsoft Project- The Screen
Elements of the Default View
Views and Tables
The Tracking Gantt View
Microsoft Project – Menus
Microsoft Project – The Tool Bar
Loading and Viewing a Project
Project Management
The Stages of Project Management

2. Planning the Project

Defining the Project
Complete the Project Definition
Project Planning
Complete the Project Plan
Where to Begin with Microsoft Project
Setting the project start date
Working with the base calendar
Save the New Project File

3. Task Entry and Linking

Entering Tasks
The Task Entry Form
Tables and descriptions
Other Methods of Adding Tasks
Sorting, inserting and deleting tasks
Defining the Summary Tasks
The Outlining View (Summary)
Promoting and Demoting Tasks
Task Relationships
Linking Tasks
Modifying and Deleting Task Relationships
Effort driven scheduling
Formatting the Gantt Chart

4. Resource Entry

Enter Resources
View Resources
Set Resource Calendars
Editing Resource Information
Review Resource Usage
Inserting and Deleting Resources
Planned Time Scale

5. Working with Resources

Viewing over-allocated resources
The resource management toolbar
The resource management views
Leveling with Microsoft Project
Resolving over-allocated resources

6. Working with your views

Using Gantt Charts
Using Network DiagraMicrosoft
View the Network Diagram
Elements of the Network Diagram
More about Tables
Applying Filters
Working with Tables and Filters
Examining the Cost Factor

7. Printing and Reporting

Page Setup
Printing Charts, For Microsoft and Sheets
Reports Setup
What You Can Print
Reports by Report Type

8. Updating the Project

Setting the baseline
More on the Task Information Form
Changing or adding tasks
Tracking Progress
The Gantt Chart and the Critical Path
Define an Update Point
Updating the Project

9. Multiple Projects

Using Common Resources
Setting up a resource pool
Adding Sub Projects
Recurring Tasks
The Organizer

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