Duration | 1 – 2 days
Audience | Participants should be attempting to use Project in their role
- Participant workbook
- Course handouts
The Microsoft Project Workshop is presented here in its most popular form; however, it may be delivered as separate courses of varying degrees of difficulty, or change to a different version ranging from 2007 to current.
We provide a hands-on project simulation exercise where participants have tactical experience creating a schedule, linking tasks, creating custom views, along with best practice knowledge transfer on topics such as critical path methodology, project tracking, and Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts. Participants will also walk away with an understanding of how the schedule engine within Microsoft Project functions and will no longer need to ‘game’ the software, but can now let the software work for them.
- Increased competency in Microsoft Project
- Self-sufficiency: students “learn-how-to-learn” about Microsoft Project
- Direct application to existing project work in a controlled and coached learning environment