Rapid Introduction to Microsoft Project 2019
This course can be delivered live online, at your offices, or at any other location.
This course covers much of the same content as our Microsoft Project 2019: Getting Started course but is for individuals who already have a good understanding of project management and have some experience with Microsoft Project. Students will learn to work with calendars, create, enter and link tasks, create and work with resources, and to manage projects in Project 2019 or Project 365.
Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.)
Webucator is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) approved by PMI® to issue professional development units (PDUs) for its project management training courses.
- Learn to create and manage simple projects.
- Learn to enter and manage tasks.
- Learn to work with a project calendar.
- Learn to add and manage project resources and work with the resource sheet.
- Learn to create basic reports for your project.
Professional Development Units
- Components of a Project
- Project Components
- Demo and Exercise Projects Used in This Course
- Demo Case Study
- Exercise Case Study
- Getting around Microsoft Project 2019
- Starting Project
- The Ribbon
- Hiding the Ribbon
- The Backstage View
- Save, Save as, Open, Close
- Save & Send
- Tour of the Quick Access Toolbar
- Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
- Basic Formatting
- Clipboard Group
- Project Calendar Start Date
- Setting Project to Auto Schedule New Tasks
- Setting the Start Date
- Creating a Project Calendar
- Custom Project Calendars
- Connecting a Calendar to a Project
- Working with Tasks
- Creating a Task
- Creating Summary Tasks
- Entering Durations
- Scheduling Tasks
- Milestone Tasks
- Linking Tasks
- Adding Notes to Tasks
- Creating and Working with Resources
- The Resource Sheet
- Entering Work Resources
- Entering Material Resources
- Entering Cost Resources
- Assigning Resources to Tasks
- Managing a Project
- Viewing a Project
- Reviewing and Making Adjustments to a Project
- The Project Timeline
- The Project Calendar
- Adjusting Tasks
- Setting a Baseline
- Viewing the Baseline
- Recording Progress
- Reporting on Projects
6 PMI® PDUs
Webucator is a Registered Education Provider approved by PMI® to issue 6 professional development units for the successful completion of this course.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Microsoft Project class:
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Project and project management.