Certificate In Project 2010 Advanced Online Course
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Project 2010 has been completely redesigned, and we must say, we’re pretty excited! Whether you’ve been using Project for years, or haven’t opened it yet, you’ll appreciate this course’s information on using the new interface. Of course, we’ll also work through the basics, including how to create projects, add tasks and resources, and customize your view. By the end of this course, you will be able to: Split the view Sort, group, and filter tasks Use zoom Overlap, delay, or split tasks Set task deadlines and constraints Understand task types Assign a task calendar Understand task indicators Assign a resource calendar Customize a resource calendar Apply predefined resource contours Specify resource availability Group resources Enter resource...
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Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.
Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.
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:
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Module One: Getting Started
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Split the view
- Sort, group, and filter tasks
- Use zoom
- Overlap, delay, or split tasks
- Set task deadlines and constraints
- Understand task types
- Assign a task calendar
- Understand task indicators
- Assign a resource calendar
- Customize a resource calendar
- Apply predefined resource contours
- Specify resource availability
- Group resources
- Enter resource rates and overtime rates
- Specify pay rates for different dates
- Apply a different pay rate to an assignment
- Use material resource consumption rates
- Entering task fixed costs
- Schedule resource overtime
- Identify and balance resource overallocation
- Save a baseline plan
- Update project, actual task values, actual work and actual costs
- View project statistics and costs
- Check duration variance, work variance, and cost variance
- Identify slipped tasks
- Save an interim plan
- Customize a basic or visual report
- Create a custom report
- Sort a report
- Inserting a subproject
- Consolidate multiple projects
- View multiple project critical paths
- View consolidated project statistics
- Create a resource pool
Module Two: Viewing the Project
- Lesson One: Using Split Views
- Lesson Two: Sorting Information
- Lesson Three: Grouping Information
- Lesson Four: Filtering Information
- Lesson Five: Using AutoFilters
- Lesson Six: Using Zoom
Module Three: Working with Tasks (I)
- Lesson One: Overlapping Tasks
- Lesson Two: Delaying Tasks
- Lesson Three: Setting Task Deadlines
- Lesson Four: Setting Task Constraints
- Lesson Five: Splitting Tasks
Module Four: Working with Tasks (II)
- Lesson One: Understanding Task Type
- Lesson Two: Assigning a Task Calendar
- Lesson Three: Understanding Task Indicators
Module Five: Working with Resources
- Lesson One: Assigning a Resource Calendar
- Lesson Two: Customizing a Resource Calendar
- Lesson Three: Applying Predefined Resource Contours
- Lesson Four: Specifying Resource Availability Dates
- Lesson Five: Grouping Resources
Module Six: Working with Costs
- Lesson One: Adding Pay Rates for a Resource
- Lesson Two: Specifying Pay Rates for Different Dates
- Lesson Three: Applying a Different Pay Rate to an Assignment
- Lesson Four: Using Materials Resource Consumption Rates
- Lesson Five: Entering Task Fixed Costs
Module Seven: Balancing the Project
- Lesson One: Scheduling Resource Overtime
- Lesson Two: Identifying Resource Overallocation
- Lesson Three: Setting Leveling Options
- Lesson Four: Balancing Resource Overallocation Automatically
- Lesson Five: Balancing Resource Overallocation Manually
Module Eight: Updating Project Progress
- Lesson One: Saving a Baseline Plan
- Lesson Two: Updating the Entire Project
- Lesson Three: Updating Task Actual Values
- Lesson Four: Updating Actual Work
- Lesson Five: Updating Actual Costs
Module Nine: Checking Project Progress
- Lesson One: Viewing Project Statistics
- Lesson Two: Viewing Project Costs
- Lesson Three: Checking Duration Variance
- Lesson Four: Checking Work Variance
- Lesson Five: Checking Cost Variance
- Lesson Six: Identifying Slipped Tasks
- Lesson Seven: Saving an Interim Plan
Module Ten: Working with Reports
- Lesson One: Customizing a Basic Report
- Lesson Two: Creating a Custom Report
- Lesson Three: Customizing a Visual Report
- Lesson Four: Sorting a Report
Module Eleven: Working with Multiple Projects
- Lesson One: Inserting a Subproject
- Lesson Two: Consolidating Projects
- Lesson Three: Viewing Multiple Project Critical Paths
- Lesson Four: Viewing Consolidating Project Statistic
- Lesson Five: Creating a Resource Pool
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise
- Project has many powerful filters, sorts, and groups to help you organize your task or resource information.
- You can overlap or delay tasks.
- Setting task deadlines provides a more flexible approach than setting task constraints.
- You can split tasks if a resource needs to stop work on a task. You can move the start date of the second part of the task without affecting the task duration.
- You can assign a specific task calendar to override the project calendar or a resource’s calendar.
- You can customize the resource calendar, availability date, and work contours.
- Group resources to make changes to like resources at the same time.
- Project allows you to manage costs by entering resource pay rates and overtime rates. You can even enter specific pay rates for specific dates.
- After identifying resource overallocation, you can level the project manually or automatically.
- You can update several aspects of your project at once.
- Project includes many ways to check your project progress.
- You can consolidate projects and use a resource pool for related projects. You can see unrelated projects at the same time to keep track of multiple projects.
Certificate In Project 2010 Advanced Online Course