MS Project CEMG-918
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|Description||Microsoft Project 2016 will cover the most important topics pertaining to this application, which is used for managing projects that range from company processes to wedding planning. It's designed to aid the user in resource collaboration.
The course will include participation in lab work, group work and quizzes that will make attendance crucial to success. Additionally, you will partake in a term project and two tests.
Among the topics included in Microsoft Project 2016 will be: planning a project, creating project schedules, communicating project information, using the critical path, assigning resources and costs, tracking progress, and sharing information across applications and the web.
Upon completion of the course you will be able to:
•Develop plan, schedule and chart project information;
•Work with calendars and implement scheduling methods such as the critical path approach to keep projects on track;
•Manage resource workloads and expenses, and resolve resource over-allocation issues;
•Create task dependencies and work with flexible and inflexible task constraints;
•Work with multiple, consolidated projects and multiple critical paths;
•Use Gantt charts to visualize project progress;
•Create PERT charts to understand the relationships between tasks;
•Compare actual progress against planned baseline projections;
•Apply filters and sorting to focus on important project information;
•Format and print customized tables, views and reports, and publish reports on the web.
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|There are no sections for this course at this time.|
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