MS Project 2013
If you want to be successful in this course you should have:
- Basic project management knowledge and skills
- Basic knowledge and skills for using any current Windows® operating system
- Competency in using other Microsoft Office applications—preferably Office 2013
Management & Information Technology Solutions (MITS) welcomes you to Microsoft® Project 2013. Microsoft Project 2013 is a business project management software program that assists project managers in various industries in the development and execution of professional projects.
This course is intended for you to familiarize the basic features and functions and comprehensive introduction to Microsoft Project. The course will also provide an overview of the project plan, tasks, and resources, provides information on tracking project progress and advanced task scheduling. This certification provided by Microsoft® is ideal for those who are looking to advance their career in project development -Microsoft®Project2013
Candidates’ skills are measured by these concepts covered under MITS’ MS Project 2013 course training:
- Initializing a project
- Creating a new project
- Creating and maintaining calendars
- Creating custom fields
- Customizing option settings
- Creating a task based schedule
- Setting up project information
- Creating and modifying a project task structure
- Building a logical schedule model
- Creating a user-controlled schedule
- Managing multiple projects
Managing resources and assignments
- Entering and editing resource information
- Creating and editing resource assignments
- Managing resource allocation
- Managing resource allocations by using Team Planner
- Modeling project costs
- Tracking and Analyzing a Project
- Setting and maintaining baselines
- Updating actual progress
- Comparing progress against a baseline
- Resolving potential schedule problems
- Displaying critical path information
- Communicating a project information
- Applying and customizing views
- Sharing data with other applications
- Configuring and displaying reports and dashboards
WHO NEEDS TO TAKE THIS COURSE:
This exam is for candidates who use:
- Project Standard 2013
- Project Professional 2013
- Project Pro for Office 365 desktop features (except Project Server features)
This course is also for anyone seeking to become a Microsoft Specialist in Microsoft Project 2013 and should also have a solid understanding of key project management concepts and terminology.
Why choose Management & Information Technology Solutions (MITS) for MS Project 2013?
Management & Information Technology Solutions (MITS) offers a wide range of courses to help you optimize your IT assets, strategies, resources and continual improvement processes. Microsoft Project 2013 in MITS enables the users to explore more and plan project resources, budgets, and schedules in IT environment. Mastering Microsoft Project 2013, this course takes three days to complete. It features 15 teaching and learning modules and 19 lab projects designed to familiarize users with the functions and components of Microsoft Project. In order to enroll in the class, students must already have a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows, Excel and Project. All professionals who manage projects should do this course because it enables them better management of their projects through Microsoft project 2013. Managers, schedulers and others who are using this tool to manage their project should also do this course and get certified to increase their efficiency.
According to survey, there are approximately 6.5 thousand professionals across the world who are Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) already.
- Preparation guide is subject to change at any time without prior notice and at the sole discretion of Microsoft. Microsoft exams might include adaptive testing technology and simulation items.
- Microsoft does not identify the format in which exams are presented.
- To help you prepare for this exam, Microsoft recommends that you have hands-on experience with the product and that you use the specified training resources.
- Be reminded that the training resources does not mean covers all of the topics listed in the “Skills measured” section.
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