Duration: 2 days
Time: 9am to 5.30pm
What Will Be Taught For This Microsoft Project Course?
This course introduces the basic skills necessary for using MS Project 2013.
It includes learning project basics, work with tasks, making adjustments to tasks, outlining tasks, working with views and working with resources. It also includes tasks such as working with calendars, adjusting resources, assigning costs, working with the critical path.
- Project Definition
- Characteristics of a Project
- Project Constraints
- Project Phases
- Advantage of Project Management
- Project Management Application
- Advantages of Project Management Application
- Tools and Features of Project Management Application
- Starting Microsoft Project 2013
- Exploring and Using the New Interface
- Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
- Setting Preferences
- Creating a new Blank Project
- Defining a New Project and Project Information
- Defining the Project Working Times
- Adding a Nonworking Day
- Using a Project Template
- Using an Existing Map to Export Data
- Use magnification/zoom tools
- Entering Tasks
- Editing Tasks
- Entering a Milestone
- Entering a Recurring Task
- Viewing and Hiding Recurring Tasks
- Editing Recurring Tasks
- Sort & Filter Task Tasks
- Multi-Level Undos
- Understanding Task Duration
- Insert a new task
- Delete a Task
- Moving Task
- Easily Summarize Data - Outlining Tasks
- Create, Modify, View Subtasks and Summary Tasks
- Add, Edit, Remove a Note for a Task
- Creating a Project Summary Task
- Viewing the WBS Codes
- Creating a Hyperlink to another File
- Scheduling Tasks
- Linking Tasks
- Linking Multiple Tasks
- Linking Summary Tasks
- Changing Task Relationships - Modifying Task Link Types
- Deleting a Task Link
- Setting a Task Lag
- Setting a Task Lead
- Applying, Modifying and Deleting Constraints
- Entering a Start or Finish Date
- Setting a Deadline Date
- Setting a Manually Scheduled Task
- Identifying Critical Tasks
- Rolling Up Gantt Bars to a Summary Bar
- Network Diagram Views
- Managing Network Diagram Views
- Calendar View
- Managing Calendar View
- Creating Work, Material & Cost Resources
- Changing Resource Working Hours
- Assigning Resources to Tasks
- Various methods of assigning single resources to tasks
- Entering data in the Resource Names column
- Assigning Material Resource to a task
- Assigning Cost Resource to a task
- Adding More Resources to a Task
- Other Resources Assignment methods
- Removing a Resource Assignment
- Using Task Inspector to Resolving Resource Issues
- Review the assignment information
- Defining Costs
- Assigning Standard Rates
- Assigning Overtime Rates
- Assigning a Per-Use Cost to a Resource
- Selecting an Accrual Method
- Assigning Resource Codes
- Creating a Resource Rate Table
- Assigning a Resource Rate Table
- Assigning Fixed Material Resource Costs
- Viewing Resource Costs
- Viewing Task Costs
- Assigning a Fixed Cost to a Task
- Assigning a Cost Resource to a Task
- Modifying Individual Resource Calendars
- Changing Resource Availability over Time
- Creating a Base Calendar
- Assigning a Base Calendar to Resources
- Assigning a Base Calendar to a Project
- Assigning a Calendar to a Task
- Assigning Tasks to a Resource
- Removing Task from Resources
- Identifying Over allocation with Team Planner
- Using the classic feature - Level Resource option
- Other Ways to Resolve Over allocations
- Splitting a Task
- Rescheduling Uncompleted Work
- Using Baselines
- Saving a Project Baseline
- Viewing Baselines
- Updating a Tasks in a Baseline
- Updating a Project Baseline
- Saving Additional Baselines
- Saving a Project Interim Plan
- Clearing a Baseline
- Display Current Project Schedule and Baseline
- Tracking Project Progress
- Set up Microsoft Project for Tracking
- Updating Project progress with % complete
- Updating Project Progress with Actual Work done and Remaining Work done
- Updating project progress with no. of hours of work complete
- Viewing Overall Project Progress
- Applying Progress Lines
- Viewing Earned Value Data
- Viewing Earned Value Indicators
- Creating a Report
- Changing Page Setup Options
- Printing a Report
- Show, Hide Columns Like: % Complete, Fixed Cost, Deadline
- Preview a Gantt chart, Network Diagram or Report
Who Should Attend This Microsoft Project Training?
- For students and individuals with a limited understanding of Microsoft Project 2013 who are keen to learn project management.
- New project managers or anyone who wants to take up project management roles and work responsibilities.
An understanding of Windows / MS Project 2010 will be an added advantage.
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This course is applicable for Skills Development Fund (SDF).
COMAT is a business centre of e-Services, Electronics, ST Engineering.
- Eligible Singapore Citizens can use their SkillsFuture Credit to offset course fee payable after funding.
- This course is supported under UTAP funding.
- This course is eligible for using PSEA funds.
Terms & Conditions
- All prices stated above are in Singapore Dollars (SGD). This funding support is only applicable for Singapore Citizen and Permanent Residents.
- Trainee must attain minimum 75% attendance in order to qualify for Funding.
- Trainee undertakes to reimburse e-Services, Electronics, ST Engineering FULL course fees should he/she be ineligible for course fee grant. e-Services, Electronics, ST Engineering is not liable for any other funding not approved by WSG.
- e-Services, Electronics, ST Engineering reserves the right to change the date or venue without prior notice.
- e-Services, Electronics, ST Engineering reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course due to class size or unforeseen circumstances.
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