Microsoft Project Level II
Learn the advanced features of Microsoft Project in this hands-on training.
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This advanced Microsoft Project class is designed to familiarize you with the advanced features and functions of Microsoft Project Professional 2016 so that you can use it effectively and efficiently in a real-world environment. This course covers the advanced knowledge and skills a project manager needs to update a project plan in Project 2016 during the execution, monitoring, and control phases.
When you are finished with this course, you will be able to manage projects more efficiently, track costs, and allocate resources. This class is perfect for those who have multiple projects that need management, those who want to increase efficiencies, and those who need to better manage project costs and resources.
Important: This is a PC-only course that cannot be completed with a Mac.
As one of our smaller courses, tuition for this course is due in full before the start date. The best way to save on this course is to take it as part of a certificate program.
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Attend this course in-person in NYC or Live Online via Zoom. Engage with expert instructors, ask questions, and get feedback on your exercises and projects. Switch between live-online and in-person as needed, even after the course has started.
Unlike other providers, these are not mass open-enrollment classes. At NYIM Training, you’ll learn in small groups (typically 8-15 students) and receive personalized attention.
Get face-to-face interaction with an instructor and other students when you learn at our NYC campus. Courses are hands-on with a computer and software provided.
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Upon completion of this course, you’ll receive an official certificate testifying to your mastery of the curriculum. We’ll send you a link where you can download your certificate, share it online with your friends, post it to your professional network on LinkedIn, and view all your earned certificates. Congratulations on your achievement!
We offer a single free retake of the the class within a year.
You can also access recordings of each session in your student portal within one business day of the session’s end. Recordings are available for one month after the session.
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You may attend this training virtually (online) at the scheduled time the course is offered (New York, Eastern Time).
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Microsoft Project is a very sophisticated software for project management. In the Advanced class, we focus on the execution and monitoring of the actual project. Key themes of this class include both customization and tracking.
In Lesson 1, we begin by discussing project execution. Task progress can be entered in one of several ways, depending on how specific your project must be. We also look at revising your project in terms of work and costs, which, unfortunately, is all too common in the real world.
Lesson 2 focuses on monitoring the overall progress of the project. We discuss creating custom fields and views, as well as network diagrams. Overall, we examine different techniques for analyzing the project plan.
Lesson 3 picks up right from Lesson 2, by taking the project plan and building off of it. This means we cover editing and updating the task list. As tasks are updated, you also have to update the Baseline, and this is covered in this section, as well.
Lesson 4 covers reporting, which is made very easy to create by the software. Existing reports, custom reports, and visual reports are all possible in the tremendous clarity and detail you have come to expect from Microsoft.
Lesson 5 focuses on customization, in terms of the project options or creating a template. Often times, resources are shared within an organization, so project complies with this situation by allowing us to pool a list of resources, and we see an example of this here. Finally, linking smaller project plans together makes it easier to see the macro effect that one or more project can have on a company, and this is how we end the class.