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MS Project 2013

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The Online Microsoft Project 2013 is an indigenously developed, self-paced course for a beginner, which explains how to manage projects using the widely used Project Management Tool, Microsoft Project.

Microsoft Project assists Project Managers to do:

  • Scope Planning,
  • Assign Resources,
  • Prepare Schedule and Baseline,
  • Update Project Progress,
  • Track and Report.

This MS Project 2013 training is vital for all who need to plan, track and effectively communicate with all project stakeholders including customers. This MS Project 2013 course will help all the participants to practically implement the learning through hands-on on MS Project tool.

The course is simulated on MS Project 2013 software, to help you learn and practice on the project management tool.

You are allowed to take the course multiple times, until you are confident on the software.

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Product Description

  • Understanding the significance of MS Project in following a structured approach to managing projects
  • Prepare and use MS Project for planning, tracking and reporting on projects
  • Understand how to document lessons learned and close projects
  • Learn how to use MS Project 2013 software


All professionals who are part of big/medium/small projects can take up this course for effectively managing the project.

Module 1 : Getting Started

  • Introduction to Project 2013

Module 2 : Opening and Closing Project

  • How to open/close Project & Project Files
  • Exploring the Project Interface
  • Creating Blank Project Using a Template

Module 3 : Your First Project

  • Creating Basic Project
  • Setting Project Schedule
  • Adding Tasks to Project
  • Setting Constraints on the Project

Module 4 : Adding Tasks

  • Understanding Tasks
  • Viewing the Task Information
  • Sorting & Filtering Tasks
  • Tasks Indicators

Module 5 : Advanced Task Operations

  • Advanced Technique with Tasks
  • Splitting Tasks
  • Linking & Unlinking Tasks
  • Creating Dependencies between tasks
  • Creating Recurring Tasks

Module 6 : Adding Resources

  • Overview on How Resources are used in Project 2013
  • Adding Resource
  • Viewing Resource Information
  • Assigning Resources to Tasks
  • Levelling Resources

Module 7 : Ways to View Project Information

  • Exploring the Team Planner feature
  • Using the Tools Tab
  • Formatting the Time Scale

Module 8 : Managing the Project Status

  • Setting Baseline
  • Ways of Updating Tasks
  • Updating the Entire Project

Module 9 : Updating & Tracking Progress

  • Viewing the Critical Path
  • Using Change Highlighting
  • Using Task Inspector Pane

Module 10 : Creating Reports

  • Creating Basic Reports
  • Creating Visual Reports
  • Comparing Projects

Module 11 & 12: Finishing & Wrapping Up Project

  • Checking your Spelling
  • Page Setup Dialog
  • E-Mailing a Project
  • Creating a PDF

Instructor’s Name – Mr. Tushar Gupta, PMP

Industry Experience – 10 years

SUMMARY OF SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certified
  • Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA)
  • PRINCE2 Practitioner Certified
  • ITIL V3 Foundation Certified
  • Agile Expert Certified (AEC)
  • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
  • Full time trainer for PMBOK® Guide, ITIL, PMP, MS Project 2007/2010/2013 and EPM with MS Project Server 2007/2010/2013.
  • Technical writer (Help files, User’s manual, Service manual etc.) and editing, and web content maintenance and updates.
  • Implementation of Project Server
  • Have delivered customized Project Management trainings, based on Client’s requirements, ranging from 2 days to 5 days.
MS Project
Split the viewEntering task fixed costs
Sort, group, and filter tasksSchedule resource overtime
Use zoomIdentify and balance resource over allocation
Overlap, delay, or split tasksSave a baseline plan
Set task deadlines and constraintsUpdate project, actual task values, actual work and actual costs
Understand task typesView project statistics and costs
Assign a task calendarCheck duration variance, work variance, and cost variance
Understand task indicatorsIdentify slipped tasks
Assign a resource calendarSave an interim plan
Customize a resource calendarCustomize a basic or visual report
Apply predefined resource contoursCreate a custom report
Specify resource availabilitySort a report
Group resourcesInserting a subproject
Enter resource rates and overtime ratesConsolidate multiple projects
Specify pay rates for different datesView multiple project critical paths
Apply a different pay rate to an assignmentView consolidated project statistics
Use material resource consumption ratesCreate a resource pool

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