In this Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013: Getting Started class, students will spend time getting comfortable with the Project 2013 user interface, including project views and the ribbon. They will also learn to enter, organize, and link tasks, work with resources, create basic reports, and create projects independently. The course allows time to practice fundamental basic skills essential for efficient use of this program.
Our instructor-led online classes are conducted in the 2016 version of the software. Your instructor will point out the minor differences between versions where they exist. For our custom instructor-led online and onsite classes, we use the version of the software you use in your office.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
No cancelation for low enrollment
GSA schedule pricing
Students who have taken Live Online Training
Organizations who trust Webucator for their training needs
Satisfaction guarantee and retake option
Students rated our Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013: Getting Started trainers 9.72 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
Great class. I never thought I would feel comfortable using a program I had not had any experience with, with just 2 days of training.
Nandini Das, Halker Consulting
By far one of the best classes of Microsoft Office products I have been to. I was a little worried at first that it would be another boring class, but after the first few minutes attending the class, I knew my money was well spent!
Tim White, Halker Consulting
The class was very helpful in learning the basics of Microsoft Project 2010. I will now be able to start a Project, add tasks, add resources and update and edit the information for the projects I am responsible for.
Charles Kutach, Halliburton
Enjoyable, well paced class. Excellent overview for the MS Project beginner.
Pat Costello, State of Alaska - Division of Retirement and Benefits