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What does this MS Project Training Course include?



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Course Lectures

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Chapter-wise Quiz

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Learn at your own pace

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Basic and Advance Courses

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1-Year course access (Extendable)

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Proficiency Certificate



Testimonials


Prachi-Sharma

Prachi Sharma

Business Analyst at Berskshire Bank

★★★★★

MS Project training was very good and comprehensive. Trainer gave the proper demo to explain concepts with ...Read More examples. All concepts are covered well. The course was also affordable and the final test at the end of the exam was also relevant. Read Less

Pankaj-Shrivastava

Pankaj Shrivastava

Project Manager at Infosys

★★★★★

I would rate it 5 as it was a highly satisfying experience. It was a good learning experience. Core and advanced concepts ...Read More are covered comprehensively. The support team was always available and overall it was a good response.Read Less


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Who can take up this course?


check The foundation level course is for anyone who wants to get started with managing projects (Team leads, Project leads, Entry level Project Managers)
check The advance level course can be taken up by project management professionals, who have basic knowledge and want to learn advance topics in MS Project


Course Take-away


one Once you complete the course, you will be able to use MS Project for day-to-day work as well as create schedules, project plans, manage resources and keep track of time.
two The course will also help you learn how to customize MS Project.


Skills Covered


  • MS Project Basics MS Project Basics
  • Key Project Concepts Key Project Concepts
  • Resource allocation and levelling Resource allocation and levelling
  • Formatting and customizing reports Formatting and customizing reports
  • Tasks – Creation, Recurring Tasks, baselines Tasks – Creation, Recurring Tasks, baselines
  • Project tracking Project tracking
  • Task types & Dependencies Task types & Dependencies
  • Lag and lead times Lag and lead times
  • Templates in MS Project Templates in MS Project
  • Work break down (WBS) Structure Work break down (WBS) Structure
  • Gantt Chart Gantt Chart
  • Gantt Chart Gantt Chart
  • Project tracking Project tracking
  • Tasks – Creation, Recurring Tasks, baselines Tasks – Creation, Recurring Tasks, baselines

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Meet Our Course Expert


Anusha-Mohan Anusha-Mohan

Anusha Mohan

Project Manager, PMP Certified


An accomplished Program/Project Manager International and domestic experience in Project Management and consultant roles, having worked with different IT giants such as EY and Dell Technologies.

Specialities: Innovation, Automation, Business Acceleration, Process Excellence, Service Delivery, Analysis and Budgeting, leadership, and Team Management.

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Course Syllabus

How to use Microsoft Project

Project exercise 1 – A very simple exercise to start.

Project exercise 1 – Continued – A dive into Microsoft Project

What is schedule?

Quiz 1

Assignment 1

Learning objectives

The basics - Start Date and end date

Managing calendars

What are views?

Gantt Chart view and REVISITED

Duration and efforts

Creating a plan with the details

Conclusion

Quiz 2

Assignment 2

Learning objectives

Understanding work formula

Manual Tasks

Work breakdown structure, WBS – Demystified

WBS Creation – 10 Golden Rules

Exercise 3 and the plan

Task dependencies

Summary Task

Milestones

Quiz 3

Assignment 3

Learning objectives

Making use of summary tasks – Indent and outdent

Timelines

Cost – A quick note around cost

Team planner view and resource overallocation

Baseline and how to create.

Conclusion

Quiz 4

Assignment 4

MS Project - Advanced Version

Exercise 1 – Shifting an office

Creating a new template

Tracking in Microsoft Project

Ribbon and Toolbars – different views

Getting the view, you want

Date constraint and Flexibility

Quiz 1

Introduction

Split window and multiple windows

Using the timeline views

Sorting project information

Critical path – Custom taskbars

Creating custom groups

Customizing filters

Customizing task layout

Quiz 2

Introduction

Resolving scheduling problem

Resolving difficult cost problem

Report

Report – explained.

Overtime calculation

Quiz 3



Course Completion Certification

Every course participant will receive a course completion certification from Techcanvass as shown on the right. The course certification:

microsoft-project-training-certificate





Course Pricing

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MS Project Training (Foundation or Advance)

₹ 1,350

₹ 1,500

(10% OFF )

[GST Extra]


Expires in 01 D 11 H 09 M 25 S


  • Learn at your own pace
  • Hands-on Training
  • Concepts explained with practical examples
  • Access to Experts through multiple modes
  • Proficiency Certificate
  • Buy one level at ₹ 1,350 (Original Price ₹ 1,500)
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MS Project Training (Foundation + Advance)

₹ 1,999

₹ 2,221

(10% OFF )

[GST Extra]


Expires in 01 D 11 H 09 M 25 S


  • Learn at your own pace
  • Hands-on Training
  • Concepts explained with practical examples
  • Access to Experts through multiple modes
  • Proficiency Certificate

MS Project Training (Live Online Training)

₹ 8,200

₹ 9,020

(10% OFF )

[GST Extra]


Expires in 01 D 11 H 09 M 25 S


  • Live Online Training (3-Weekend)
  • Hands-on Training
  • Case Studies and Examples
  • Covers the latest MS Project Version
  • Proficiency Certificate
  • Unlimited course access

Combo Offer


+ =
Total
₹ 2,977
₹ 3,721
20% off

[GST Extra]

Buy any MS Project course above + JIRA Training course and get a discount of 20%


Super Combo Offer


Total
₹ 3,375
₹ 4,821
30% off

[GST Extra]

Buy MS Project + Jira Training + Confluence Training and get a discount of 30%

Combo Offer


MS Project
Training
+
Jira Training

MS Project Training-(₹2,221) + Jira Training-(₹1,500)
Total:  ₹ 2,977₹ 3,72120% off

[GST Extra]

Buy any MS Project course above + JIRA Training course and get a discount of 20%

Super Combo Offer


MS Project
Training
+
Jira Training
+
Confluence
Training


MS Project Training-(₹2,221) + Jira Training-(₹1,500) + Confluence Training-(₹1,100)
Total:  ₹ 3,375₹ 4,82130% off

[GST Extra]

Buy MS Project + Jira Training + Confluence Training and get a discount of 30%



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MS Project Training FAQs


What is MS Project used for?
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MS Project stands as a robust project management software designed for planning, monitoring, and overseeing projects seamlessly. This versatile tool aids in the formulation of schedules, allocation of resources, monitoring of project advancement, budget management, and workload analysis. It finds application across a wide spectrum of project domains, including construction, manufacturing, software development, marketing initiatives, event coordination, research undertakings, and numerous other spheres.

How to use MS Project?

To use MS Project, you can follow these steps:
1. Create a project plan by defining the project goals, tasks, and resources.
2. Track the progress of your project by using the Tracking Gantt view or the Reports view.
3. Identify and manage risks by using the Risks view.
4. Make changes to the plan as needed by using the Change Requests view.

Is MS Project a PMO tool?

Yes, MS Project can be used as a PMO tool. A project management office, or PMO for short, is a division or group in charge of overseeing all projects inside an organization. PMOs have access to MS Project, which they can utilize to monitor and control all active projects inside an organization.

How to use MS Project for resource management?

Microsoft Project facilitates resource management by allowing users to create project plans, define various resource types, and allocate these resources to specific tasks. Users can set resource availability, resolve over allocations using resource leveling, and track actual resource usage in the Tracking Gantt view.

Is MS Project easy to learn?

Learning MS Project varies based on your familiarity with project management concepts, software proficiency, project complexity, and available resources. Those experienced in project management and Microsoft Office may find it easier. Simple projects are more straightforward to manage, while complex ones require a steeper learning curve. Microsoft offers resources and courses to aid learning. Hands-on practice is essential. While it's accessible for basic tasks, mastering advanced features may take time. Utilizing Microsoft's official training materials and seeking online training can be advantageous in becoming proficient with MS Project.

Difference between Jira and MS Project?

Jira and MS Project are both project management software, but they have different strengths and weaknesses. Here are the basic differences between Jira and MS Project

  • Jira is better suited for agile projects, which are iterative and incremental, while MS Project is better suited for waterfall projects, which are linear and sequential.
  • MS Project has better reporting features, allowing you to generate reports on project progress, costs, and resources.
  • Jira is more customizable than MS Project, allowing you to tailor it to your specific needs.
  • Jira is better for collaboration, with features like issue tracking and discussion boards.
  • Jira is typically less expensive than MS Project.
Is MS Project the same as Jira?

No, MS Project and Jira are not the same. They are two different project management software with different features and capabilities.

MS Project is a traditional project management software that is designed for waterfall projects. It is known for its Gantt charts and other features that help you plan and track projects.Jira is an agile project management software that is designed for agile projects. It is known for its issue tracking and other features that help you manage and collaborate on projects.

The ideal project management software choice varies based on individual needs and project specifics. For waterfall projects, MS Project is a viable choice, while Jira serves as a strong option for agile project management.

Is MS Project used in Agile?

Yes, MS Project can be used in agile projects. It is not, however, the ideal option for agile projects. Jira is a better option for agile projects because it is lighter and more individualized.

What are the benefits of MS Project training?

Enrolling in MS Project training can equip you with the vital skills required for effectively utilizing MS Project. This training covers essential aspects like crafting project blueprints, monitoring advancements, and overseeing resource allocation. Such expertise can streamline your project operations, leading to time and cost savings, while also enhancing your prowess in project management. MS Project training can teach you how to use the following features: Gantt charts, resource management, risk management, and reporting.

Is Microsoft Project a planning tool?

Yes, MS Project is a Project Management Planning(PMO) tool. Utilized for project management, this sophisticated tool seamlessly handles tasks like project planning, progress monitoring, resource management, and team collaboration. Its capabilities encompass task organization, ensuring timely project completion while adhering to budget constraints.Gantt charts, resource management, risk management, and reporting are used as planning tools.

Does MS Project have a workflow?

Yes, MS Project has workflow capabilities. MS Project proves to be an invaluable resource for organizing work processes. It facilitates the breakdown of actions, the allocation of essential resources to each step, and the establishment of connections among them.

These processes enhance efficiency and simplify tasks by automating repetitions and ensuring proper task sequencing. They also aid in monitoring advancements and pinpointing potential obstructions.

Is MS Project worth learning?

Yes, MS Project is worth learning. An advanced project management solution with the capability to efficiently handle projects of various scales. It offers a wide range of benefits, including the ability to:

  • Create project plans
  • Track progress
  • Manage resources
  • Communicate with team members
  • Identify and manage risks
  • Generate reports

For individuals engaged in project management, proficiency in utilizing MS Project proves advantageous. This software tool enhances operational efficiency and effectiveness within your professional endeavors.

Is MS Project a collaboration tool?

Yes, MS Project is a collaboration tool. You can use MS Project to collaborate with team members on projects. This can be done by sharing project plans where everyone has access to the same information, Assigning tasks where everyone knows what they are responsible for, tracking progress to identify any problems early on and Communicating with team members to keep everyone informed and resolve issues.

How much time will I have access to this course?

You will have access to the course for 1 year as your access to the LMS portal is valid till 1 year. However, you may extend your access as per your requirement.

What are prerequisites for this course?

The foundational course caters to those who are embarking on project management, including team leads, project leads, and entry-level project managers.

The advanced course is tailored for project management professionals with a foundational understanding, seeking to delve into advanced MS Project topics.



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