Microsoft Project

ms project 2010 training in rawalpindi

ms project 2010 training in islamabad

ms project 2010 training
ms project 2010 training

Duration – 2 Weeks to 1 Month,    Govt Approved

For Discounted & Lowest Fee Call @ 03205380170

Books & CDS Available    

Benefits of MS project 2010 training:

Save Efforts & time , Best with MS Excel , Better Results than PrimaVera, Mostly Used in Pakistan

CONTENTS

1Project Management BasicsWHO SHOULD ATTEND
Introduction & nature of projectsCivil Engineers
Exploring Microsoft project environmentMechanical Engineers
2Project Management BasicsFA, BA, MATRIC
Creating project plan, starting up and navigationJOBLESS
Creating new project and defining calendars
Adding Relationship and creating project WBS
Adding activities and organizing under WBS
Activity network view
Constraints and Group
Sort and Layouts , Filters
Creating Resource Dictionary & Assigning Resources
Customized PrintingFree Services
3Refining ProjectResume Preparation
Modifying appearance of ProjectInterview Preparation
Understanding the basics of ViewsCompanies to Apply in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, KSA and Gulf
Using different views to gain Perspective
Resolving Scheduling IssuesFree Visa Guide Line and Help
4Tracking Progress
Understanding the basics of tracking
Creating a base plan

Free Visa Guide Line and Help

Recording actual Progress
Reporting on Progress & analyzing financial progress
5FORMATTING
Format of gantt chart
Format of bars
Adding text on gant chart
Adding text on bars
Change the text, font size &Colours
Many More
6Advanced Microsoft Project 2010
Link With MS EXCEL
Importing & Exporting Project Information
Views and Charts
MS Project Slide Preparations
7Reports
Types of reports and how to get them

Creating a WBS in MS Project 2010 training using the Top- down Methodology

A WBS can be created by using a number of tools and methodologies. One of the commonly used methodologies for creating a WBS is the top-down methodology. The steps followed in the top-down approach are listed below:

1. Identify the final objective of the project. This involves a detailed analysis of the project scope document. In MS Project, type the name of the final objective in the Task Name field.

2. Evaluate the final deliverables that need to be created to achieve the objectives identified in step 1. Enter the list of final deliverables in the Task Name field. Indent all the sub-deliverables by using the forward arrow key in MS Project. Now, you will have the final deliverable comprising the sub-deliverables in MS Project.

3. Decompose the final deliverables into activities and continue this exercise till a level is reached (work package) where you can control and monitor the individual tasks. You should be careful to ensure that each work package contains only one deliverable. In MS Project, for each sub-deliverable, type the list of activities. Repeat this process till you reach the work package level. Make sure that you keep indenting each level. Indentation creates relationships between the deliverables and its component sub-deliverables. MS Project automatically creates the WBS codes in the Outline Number field, based on the outline structure of each task/activity. These outline numbers change when you move the task to a different level or location.

4. Re-evaluate the entire WBS after a thorough brainstorming session with the project team and key stakeholders. The objective should be to achieve a consensus on the feasibility of the success of the project planning exercise which in turn will ensure the success of your project.

The top-down method for creating the WBS is typically used when both the project manager and the project team have inadequate experience in creating the WBS or the project requirements are not thoroughly understood. This method enables the project manager and the team to progressively elaborate on the WBS after several meetings and brainstorming sessions.

Facebook
Facebook
Google+
Google+
http://trainingcourses.com.pk/ms-microsoft-project-training-course-online-learning-islamabad-lahore/
YouTube
YouTube
LinkedIn