MS Project



Microsoft Project is a project management software program designed to assist managers so they can achieve a successful outcome and the benefits of Project software grow with each new edition. Microsoft Project training from New Horizons will help you stay abreast of the latest changes, whether it be for personal use, or to train your employees for an upgrade in your organization. Microsoft Project training from New Horizons can help project managers assign resources to tasks, track progress, manage a budget and analyze workloads.

With Microsoft Project, managers are easily able to analyze resources, check budgets, evaluate timelines, measure progress, and anticipate resource needs. In addition to assisting project managers, Microsoft Project also enables team members to manage tasks, collaborate, submit time sheets, and flag issues and risks. Moreover, it helps executives to define business drivers, measure strategic impact of competing ideas, make funding decisions, and view project and resources status.:

Level 1

1 - Starting a Project  Project Management 101 Navigate and Customize the Project 2013 Interface Add Tasks to a Project Add Resources to a Project Save a Project

2 - Working with Project Calendars Manage Project Time Frames Change Working Time

3 - Working with Project Tasks  Manage Project Tasks Add Summary Tasks and Milestones

4 - Working with Project Resources Manage Project Resources Allocate and Level Work Resources

5 - Delivering a Project Plan Print Project Views Share Projects Export Projects

Level 2

1 - Managing the Project Environment Link Projects Baseline a Project Work with Custom Fields

2 - Managing Task Structures Change a Task List Create a Network Diagram Manage the Critical Path Use Lag and Lead Analyze Earned Value

3 - Generating Project Views Use View Commands Use Existing Views Create Custom Views Format and Share the Timeline View

4 - Producing Project Reports Use Existing Reports Create Custom Reports Export Visual Reports