Certificate In Project 2010 Essentials Online Course

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Learn And Use Project 2010 Essentials Effectively! You will learn how to use the basic features of Project 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of Project 2010 in a practical way. This course incorporates a hands-on approach to learning. You will get a chance to practice some of the advance features right on a computer.
Project 2010 is a sophisticated project management software that can help project managers with planning, assigning resources, tracking progress, managing budgets, and analyzing workloads for projects. By the end of this course, you will be able to: Open and close Project Understand the Interface Create a blank project Create a project from a template Open and close project files Add tasks to a project Set constraints on tasks Understand key terms View task information Sort and filter tasks Understand Task Indicators Split tasks Link and unlink tasks Create summary and sub tasks Create recurring tasks Understand resources Add and view resource information Assign resources to tasks Level resources Understand different task and resource views, including the Team Planner Use the Tools tabs and format the Timescale Create a baseline Update tasks and update the project Understand the Project Status date View the critical path Use change highlighting Create basic and visual reports Compare projects Check spelling Use the Page Setup Dialog Print a project Email a project Create a PDF of the project Course Fast Facts: Easy to follow and understand Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required 12 months access to course Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time Download printer friendly course content Certificate (IAOTS Accredited) Course Delivery Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC,...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. For students who do not have access to either a computer or the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: ...

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Module One: Getting Started

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Open and close Project
  • Understand the Interface
  • Create a blank project
  • Create a project from a template
  • Open and close project files
  • Add tasks to a project
  • Set constraints on tasks
  • Understand key terms
  • View task information
  • Sort and filter tasks
  • Understand Task Indicators
  • Split tasks
  • Link and unlink tasks
  • Create summary and sub tasks
  • Create recurring tasks
  • Understand resources
  • Add and view resource information
  • Assign resources to tasks
  • Level resources
  • Understand different task and resource views, including the Team Planner
  • Use the Tools tabs and format the Timescale
  • Create a baseline
  • Update tasks and update the project
  • Understand the Project Status date
  • View the critical path
  • Use change highlighting
  • Create basic and visual reports
  • Compare projects
  • Check spelling
  • Use the Page Setup Dialog
  • Print a project
  • Email a project
  • Create a PDF of the project

Module Two: Opening and Closing Project

  • Lesson One: Opening Project
  • Lesson Two: Understanding the Interface
  • Lesson Three: Creating a Blank Project
  • Lesson Four: Creating a Project from a Template
  • Lesson Five: Opening and Closing Files
  • Lesson Six: Closing Project

Module Three: Your First Project

  • Lesson One: Creating a Basic Project
  • Lesson Two: Adding Tasks to Your Project
  • Lesson Three: Setting Constraints on Tasks

Module Four:  Adding Tasks

  • Lesson One: Understanding Key Items
  • Lesson Two: Viewing Task Information
  • Lesson Three: Sorting and Filtering Tasks
  • Lesson Four: Understanding Task Indicators

Module Five: Advanced Task Operations

  • Lesson One: Splitting Tasks
  • Lesson Two: Linking and Unlinking Tasks
  • Lesson Three: Creating Summary and Sub Tasks
  • Lesson Four: Creating Resurring Tasks

Module Six: Adding Resources

  • Lesson One: Understanding Resources
  • Lesson Two: Adding Resources
  • Lesson Three: Viewing Resource Information
  • Lesson Four: Assigning Resources to Tasks
  • Lesson Five: Leveling Resources

Module Seven: Other Ways to View Project Information

  • Lesson One: The Team Planner
  • Lesson Two: Important Task Views
  • Lesson Three: Important Resource Views
  • Lesson Four: Using the Tools Tabs
  • Lesson Five: Formatting the Timescale

Module Eight:  Managing Your Project Status

  • Lesson One: Creating a Baseline
  • Lesson Two: Updating Tasks
  • Lesson Three: Updating the Project
  • Lesson Four: About the Project Status Date

Module Nine: Updating and Tracking Your Progress

  • Lesson One: Viewing the Critical Path
  • Lesson Two: Using Change Highlighting
  • Lesson Three: Using the Task Inspector Pane

Module Ten: Creating Reports

  • Lesson One: Creating Basic Reports
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Visual Report
  • Lesson Three: Comparing Projects

Module Eleven:  Adding the Finishing Touches

  • Lesson One: Checking Your Spelling
  • Lesson Two: Using the Page Setup Dialog
  • Lesson Three: Printing a Project
  • Lesson Four: E-mailing a Project
  • Lesson Five: Creating a PDF

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise

  • You can start your project from a blank file or by using one of the many project templates available.
  • You can sort and filter tasks in a variety of ways.
  • Summary and sub tasks can help you organize your project.
  • You can split, link or unlink tasks.
  • Create recurring tasks for things that must be done on a regular basis for your project.
  • Use the Team Planner to quickly assign your resources to your tasks.
  • There are many different ways to view or report your project information.
  • Set a baseline once you have entered all of your project information so that you can use the baseline for tracking later. You can create multiple baselines to track your project progress along the way.
  • The Task Inspector pane can help you identify and correct problems with your schedule.
  • Practice, practice, practice!
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