Take complete control of your projects with Microsoft Project.

Courses at your offices, one of our training centres or as live online training.

Project Training Courses

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FAQs

If you are comfortable using MS Project and making edits to projects that others have created our advanced course is probably the right one for you. 

To make sure, please take a look at what is covered in our introductory course (see ‘Course Details’ section).

If you are confident that you understand the topics covered in that course then you should book our advanced course.

If you are unsure or would like to discuss your specific situation, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we can advise you appropriately.

Our online courses mirror our classroom training.

It is a fully interactive, live training session using Zoom or Teams with the trainer present throughout.

As you move through the material in the virtual classroom, you will have plenty of chances to try out the new skills that you’re learning. You can ask questions at any point.

If you get stuck you can share your screen with the trainer.

This allows the trainer to see exactly what you are doing. They can then explain what is going on and get you back on track as they would during a classroom course.

Yes. We provide support for 6 months after your course.

If you need help with anything covered in your course, let us know clearly what the issue is and we’ll ask your trainer to call or email you as soon as possible to help out.

Yes. We provide everyone who completes one of our courses with a certificate of attendance.

Microsoft Project is project management software produced by Microsoft. It is designed to be used by professional project managers and others involved in project management. 

It is used to plan, organise, manage and track the progress of projects against a project plan. It can be used to plan and manage multiple projects at the same time.

It allows you to organise resources and assets, monitor your schedule and budget, and quickly create charts and plans to visualise your project data.

We currently use Microsoft Project 2016 for our training courses.

Confusingly, although Project is part of the Microsoft Office ‘family’, it is not included when you purchase the Microsoft Office suite.

If you would like to purchase Microsoft Project you can find it here.

In recent years Project has not fundamentally changed, although it has steadily evolved.

This means that the training will still be highly relevant if you use a different version of Microsoft Project, for example, Project 2019.

Our Combined Project course is a combination of our introduction course and our advanced course. 

Resource pooling is covered as part of our advanced Project course.

Gant charts are covered in the final section of our introduction to Microsoft Project course.

Custom fields are part of our advanced Project course.

Our advanced course covers resource pooling.