55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project Course Overview

55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project Course Overview

The 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Project's capabilities and how it supports project management best practices. Through the course, participants will become familiar with the user interface, learn to create and manage projects, set up a project using a template, and develop a work breakdown structure. They will also identify task relationships, define resources, make detailed task estimates, and create an initial schedule using critical path methodology.

Learners will understand the distinction between manual and auto scheduling and how to manage a project effectively, including setting baselines and tracking progress. Additionally, the course covers formatting output and printing reports to help with project communication. By the end of the course, learners will be able to use Microsoft Project to plan, execute, and control projects more efficiently, making it a valuable learning experience for professionals seeking to enhance their project management skills.

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Course Prerequisites

Prerequisites for the 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project Course:

  • Basic understanding of project management concepts.
  • Familiarity with using a personal computer, mouse, and keyboard.
  • Comfortable navigating the Windows operating system environment.
  • Ability to open, close, and save files, as well as navigate file structures.
  • Prior experience with other Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel, is helpful but not mandatory.

Target Audience for 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project

The course 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project equips participants with project management tools and techniques in Microsoft Project.

• Project Managers and Coordinators • Team Leaders • Business Analysts • PMO Analysts and Staff • Product Managers • Program Managers • Project Schedulers • Project Controllers • IT Professionals managing projects • Individuals seeking to improve project planning and management skills • Professionals preparing for Microsoft Project certification

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

The 55189-A: Tame Microsoft Project course equips participants with the skills to effectively manage projects using Microsoft Project, covering best practices and essential features for project tracking and scheduling.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand project management best practices and how Microsoft Project supports these practices.
  • Navigate and customize the user interface of Microsoft Project to enhance productivity.
  • Create a new project, enter tasks, define resources, and establish task relationships to lay the foundation of a project plan.
  • Assign resources and durations to tasks, and use the Tame Tracker View for efficient project tracking.
  • Set up a project using the Tame Template, configure project calendars, and define project properties.
  • Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), format it, and manage task sequences for optimal project organization.
  • Differentiate between manual and auto scheduling and apply appropriate scheduling techniques.
  • Establish a project baseline, track progress with Gantt charts, and understand how to update the project schedule with actuals.
  • Utilize the Critical Path method as a management tool to identify and manage schedule float and constraints.
  • Format project timelines, generate reports, and customize outputs for stakeholder communication and reporting.