Microsoft Project Level 2
In this Microsoft Project Level 2 course, students learn how to manage projects by building upon the skills learned in the Microsoft Project Level 1 course. They gain hands-on, practical experience in tracking, analyzing and reporting on projects. They also learn how to handle project revisions and to manage multiple projects effectively.
The specific skills learned in this course involve using Microsoft Project to update and track project progress by documenting projects at various stages. Students also view and report project information by working with critical paths, cost and resource allocation. Students create and format reports, learn how to analyze project performance, practice revising projects by rescheduling tasks and leveling resources, and gain experience in managing multiple projects.
By completing the tasks and exercises in the course, students gain practical experience in using Project at an advanced level and obtain a greater appreciation of its value as a project management tool.
Microsoft Project Level 1 course.
METHOD OF DELIVERY
Integrated Learning™ System training facilitated by Academy of Learning College facilitators.
Course manual provided for on-going reference. Upon completion of the course, there is a final exam. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.
Creating Notes; Updating Project Progress Information; Tracking Project Progress
Viewing a Project’s Critical Path; Viewing Cost Information and Resources Allocation; Sorting, Grouping, and Filtering Project Information; Formatting and Printing View
Creating Reports; Formatting and Printing Reports; Creating a GIF Image Containing Project Information
Examining Project Performance; Viewing Earned Value Analysis Data; Manipulating Earned Value Analysis Data
Understanding Scope, Time, and Cost Changes; Shortening a Project’s Duration; Rescheduling Project Tasks and Leveling Resources
Linking Projects and Creating Master Projects; Viewing Linked Projects Details and Saving Their Baselines; Working with a Resource Pool