Quickly Learn How to Master Microsoft Project 2013 and 2016 – Beginner
Become Proficient with MS Project and it’s Powerful Project Management Tools Using These Training Classes
- Includes 19 hours of MS Project training
- Great for new and experienced project managers
- Learn valuable new skills for complex projects
- Discover how to work with costs, deadlines, and overcome scheduling issues
- Learn how to use subtasks, dependencies, deadlines, and resources
- Unlock the potential of your project by creating and sharing critical reports with tables, charts, and pivots
- Master budgeting to keep your projects on or under budget
- Practice what you learned with included exercise files
Effortlessly Bring Project Together
If you’re new to Microsoft Project, or upgrading from older versions, then you should take this class, and master all of its frequently used features. One benefit to taking this comprehensive
course and using MS Project is that it will be a huge time saver.
How, you ask? MS Project saves you time by offering an intuitive graphical user interface. When you think of what Project is good at, you probably first think of tracking: resources, tasks, costs, deadlines and all kinds of information and data. You can use these easy-to-understand classes to reach the next level of project management.
Contents and Overview
Microsoft Project 2016 For Beginners: Master the Essentials
This course starts right at the very beginning. It doesn’t assume you know anything about Microsoft Project. Beginners will feel right at home.
The first video lesson introduces you to the software. You learn how to get your own copy of Project 2016, what’s new in version 2016, and the structure of this course.
The 2nd chapter takes on the basics you need to start using Project 2016. It first discusses the Help section where you can get answers and tutorials for any question that comes up. This chapter also discusses creating a Workspace, using Toolbars, using Ribbons, and the Status Bar.
Next comes using Touch, Task basics, and Project Options. By now students are becoming proficient with Project 2016. The chapters that follow lead learners through all the various aspects of managing a project.
These more advanced topics carry the student through Tracking Costs, Tracking the Project, Budgeting, and Reporting.
Each topic is explained with its own professional video that shows you in detail how to properly use the function. Nine hours of enlightening video gives you in-depth understanding of each topic.
There are 63 individual lessons included. Students will complete the course with an excellent mastery of Microsoft Project 2016, one of the world’s most popular software applications.
Microsoft Project 2013 Beginners/Intermediate Training
This course is designed for those who are new to Microsoft Project 2013, as well as those who are upgrading to 2013 from previous versions of the software. Knowledge of Microsoft Project is a great tool for anyone whose job involves managing many people and resources. The only requirement is access to the Microsoft Project 2013 program.
Over the course of sixty-three lectures, downloadable transcripts and MP3s, and more than thirteen hours of content, this Simon Sez IT tutorial will guide you through the fundamentals of Microsoft Project, beginning with the basics, and marking your progress with an online quiz. Content will cover: designing custom projects, using templates, learning to trace task paths, exporting your work to other Microsoft programs, uploading to the cloud, accessing the ribbon and other toolbars, managing tasks, allocating resources, defining deadlines, managing calendars, and much more.
Upon completion of this course, you will possess all the tools you need to use Microsoft Project 2013 to organize, access, and deliver your projects on time.
- Users new to Microsoft Project 2013 or 2016 and those upgrading from previous software versions
- Anyone new to the project management role
- New project managers
- Anyone who wants to learn project management and Microsoft Project