If you need tools to plan your projects, we can help you by offering this basic course in Project Planning. We can introduce you to and teach you the Microsoft Project program and all its features. Our major goal is that you, after attending this course, will be able to plan, create, maintain and control projects on you own by using Microsoft Project.
After attending the course, you will be able to:
Create a project containing tasks and dependencies – and control the tasks by using deadlines and conditions
Add and allocate resources and have an overview of the resource load
Edit the formatting before printing
Register the progress of the project and compare with the original plan
In the below paragraph called ”Course content” you can read all about what you will learn during this course.
Before the course
The opportunity to speak with one of our instructors about finding the right course for you.
During the course
Teaching by the most experienced instructor team in our cozy and fully updated classrooms located in the center of Copenhagen.
A course that consists of a both theory and practical exercises. We know the importance of having practical exercises and hands-on is always in focus during the courses.
A course material you can use as reference after the course and download of course exercise files.
All meals, which includes breakfast, fresh coffee, tea, fruit, soft drinks, lunch in an Italian restaurant on Gråbrødretorv, cake, candy and of course Wi-Fi for your devices.
A course certificate as a proof of your new skills.
After the course
Access to our free hotline service, which means that up to a year after completing the course you can contact us if you have questions regarding subjects from the course.
We have a unique satisfaction guarantee in order to ensure you the complete benefit from the course.
Get the best benefit from the course
This Project course is a part of 4D's unique collection of English conducted courses for Office and you do not need to have previous experience with Project - but we recommend that you show up on the day of the course, willing to learn, and we will promise you the best possible course experience.
The user interface
Creating a project plan
Entering the basic project information
Choosing a planning method and changing working time
Duration vs work
Entering basis task information
Creating a basic WBS (split a complicated task into subtasks and a summary task)
Linking tasks and introducing the 4 link types
Using constraints and deadlines
Introducing resource types: Work, cost and materials
Changing working time and resource calendars
Rates in general and overtime rates
Viewing detailed assignment information
Leveling of resources
Using fonts and Gantt bars
Showing critical tasks/Critical path
Formatting of Gantt charts
Viewing – reporting and sharing project information
Comparing plans and baselines
Working with progress lines and status dates
Entering actual duration and/or remaining duration
Entering actual work and other actuals
Calculations in Project
The work equation
Task types: Fixed work, fixed duration or fixed units