Microsoft Project is a planning tool that allows you to work in a relatively simple way based on the Office experience that most users have. However, which options must be enabled or disabled to plan in accordance with the Best Practices of Project Controls? How do you create and assign resources? What is the best way to input progress and re-schedule? And what are the benefits of effectively using baselines and the various Gantt Chart visualisations? This module is more than a computer course: based on a case, linked to the manual we have developed, you learn to master both the tool and the theory.
This module is part of the step Tooling of the Project Controls Programme.
This training can be followed remote and in a classroom. Please indicate your preferences on the registration form. Read about the plan of remote training.
- Creating a project and WBS
- Filters and layout
- Creating activities and relationships
- Resources and levelling
- Calenders and constraints
- Custom fields
- Inputting and analysing progress
The course and manual have been designed for Project Professional 2013. This module is also suitable for the 2010, 2016 and 2019 on-premise solutions versions. The manual is written for the English-language version of the software.
This course can be followed separately without specific prior knowledge. However, a good understanding of the theory of network scheduling (critical path method) is recommended.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 990,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.
Good: clear layout, handy reference work (book), good pace in terms of course, good emphasis on things you need to learn yourself in order to get a correct planning.
Martijn, Manager Production Changes, Fokker Aerostructures
Tips and tricks are always handy, which makes me plan differently
Marnix, Work Planner, Volker infra
Explanation of MSP was very good and clear
Rene, Integrated Activity Planner, NAM
Teachers of this course
Roshni Bhansing MSc
Roy Waasdorp MSc
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