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The course will demonstrate that Microsoft Project™ is designed to align with all the essential elements of a structured project. Microsoft Project™ software was built as a tool for project managers and covers nearly all the aspects of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) from the Project Management Institute (PMI®). The course will include exercises and case studies for application of the concepts.
MS Project Basics
The first day will be devoted to understanding how MS Project works and what makes it different than Excel for managing projects.Day 2
This day will focus on the participants’ use of MS Project to manage time and people. This day will also include a case study for students to apply the skills learned.Day 3
The last day will cover entering costs into MS Project as well as base lining and tracking a project. The day will end with participants applying their skills to an oil and gas industry-based case study.
Students who wish to know the basic goals and approach of Microsoft Project™ 2013 in managing oil and gas projects.
An understanding of the fundamentals of project management and each participant must have a laptop and prior experience in managing project scope, time, and costs.
Customize your own learning journey and track your progress when you start using a defined learning path.