Microsoft Project: Expert
Microsoft Project Training Series | Level 3
Duration: 1 day
Microsoft® Project® Versions: 2010 | 2013 | 2016 (other versions on request)
Delivery Methods: Instructor-led classroom (ILC) | Virtual classroom (VC) on request
Course Dates: TBA | View schedule
Course Fee: $295 CDN per person + HST or BYOD (bring your own device): $245 CDN person + HST*
Note: Public scheduled dates for this course are delivered as live instructor-led classroom training.
During this instructor-led Microsoft Project course, students will move to the next level with Project. Data will be imported from and exported to Excel. Custom forms will be designed and copied to other projects similar to other custom objects. Work breakdown schedules will be created and progress will be forecasted using Earned Value Analysis. Students will learn to manage multiple projects as well as resource pools. At the end of the day, students will create simple macros to automate Microsoft Project. Throughout this course, the instructor will include numerous tips, tricks and shortcuts.
Prerequisite: Microsoft Project: Intermediate or equivalent knowledge and skills.
Custom training: This course may be delivered at your site or ours as an instructor-led or virtual classroom solution. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including savings for custom group training.
Related training: View all Microsoft Project courses >
INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE
- Comprehensive course manual or published book
- Keyboard shortcuts quick reference
- Sample and exercise files
- Refreshments (for classes conducted in Avantix Learning classrooms)
- Certificate of completion
- Follow-up email support
Creating Custom Forms
- Displaying forms
- Creating a custom form
- Adding items to a form
- Copying forms between projects
Creating Work Breakdown Schedules
- Setting up work breakdown schedules
- Displaying work breakdown schedules
- Hiding work breakdown schedules
Excel Importing and Exporting
- Importing from Excel
- Exporting to Excel
- Creating import/export maps
- Linking between Microsoft Project and Excel
Managing Multiple Projects
- Working with workspaces
- Consolidating projects
- Hiding and unhiding windows
- Creating links across projects
- Saving consolidated project baselines
Managing Resource Pools
- Sharing resource pools
- Turning off resource sharing
- Identifying resource pool links
- Protecting a resource pool
- Updating a resource pool
Reviewing Progress using Earned Value Analysis
- Overview of Earned Value Analysis (EVA)
- Working with earned value fields, tables and reports
- Reviewing forecast variances
- Exporting earned value data to Excel
Getting Started with Macros
- Using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) to automate Microsoft Project
- Creating a simple VBA macro
- Running a VBA macro
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