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Microsoft Project is a planning tool that is relatively simple to work with, from the MS Office suite experience most users have. But which options must be on or off to plan according to the Best Practices from Project Controls? How do you create and assign resources? How can you best track progress and reschedule? And what are the benefits of good use of baselines and the different Gantt chart visualizations?
This module is more than a computer course. Based on a case, with our self-developed manual, we teach you the schedule best practices.
This module is part of the step Tooling of the Project Controls Programme.
- Create a project and WBS
- Create activities and relationships
- Calendars and constraints
- Custom fields
- Filters and layout
- Resources and Leveling
- Introduce and analyze progress
The module and manual are geared to Project Professional 2013. This module is also suitable for the 2010 and 2016 versions, which do not differ significantly from 2013.
No specific requirements are needed. A general background in project management (Foundation) and experience in the critical path method is recommended.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 990,- ex. V.A.T. / including training materials, drinks and lunch.
Good: clear layout, handy reference work (book), good pace in terms of course, good emphasis on things you need to learn yourself in order to get a correct planning.
Martijn, Manager Production Changes, Fokker Aerostructures
Tips and tricks are always handy, which makes me plan differently
Marnix, Work Planner, Volker infra
Explanation of MSP was very good and clear
Rene, Integrated Activity Planner, NAM
Teachers of this course
Roy Waasdorp MSc
Roshni Bhansing MSc
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