MS Project 2002

 

 

Course Title

MS Project 2002

Duration

4 days

Format

50% Lecture,  50% Hands-on Workshop

Code

PR02

 

 

*        Overview

*        Target Audience

*        Objectives

*        Prerequisites

 

Overview

Target Audience

§         Project Managers

§         Project Leaders

§         Project Coordinators

§         Project Planners

§         Managers of the above mentioned roles

Objectives

By the end of the course participants should be able to use Microsoft Project 2002 to plan and control their projects:

§         Planning

§         Scheduling

§         Optimise duration, resources and cost in accordance with the projects constraints

§         Track project progress

§         Coordinate multiple projects

§         Create management reports

Prerequisites

§         Project Planning and Control knowledge

 

 

Course Outline

Introduction

§         Get familiar with the user interface

§         Features of the Standard, Professional and Server versions

Project Inception

§         Create a new project

§         Using templates

§         The Project Life Cycle

§         The project’s Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

§         Identifying and defining tasks

Estimating duration, resource levels and costs

Tasks dependencies, PERT diagram, Gantt diagram, critical path

Resource management

Optimising the project

Project tracking and control

Coordinating multiple projects

Customising Project 2002

Interfacing with other applications

The Project website

 

 

 

 

 

 

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