This Microsoft Project Advanced training course will show you how to make the most of Microsoft Project’s most powerful functions.
This course is hands-on. There is plenty of time to try out what you are being taught, experiment for yourself and ask questions.
By the time you finish, you’ll be an expert Project user.
✔ A complete advanced course that covers all of Project’s advanced concepts and techniques.
✔ Plenty of one to one attention and time to ask questions.
✔ Friendly expert trainers, small groups and a comfortable place to learn.
✔ All the materials and extras that you’ll ever need.
✔ Ongoing support and help with issues you have after the course.
What Will I Learn?
This course will build on your existing Project skills and show you how to make the most of this powerful project management software.
By the end you will know how to:
- Create and edit standard templates to speed up project creation.
- Link and combine projects.
- Create and modify custom fields to take complete control of tasks and resources.
- Create custom views and graphical reports.
- Use Work Breakdown Codes (WBS).
Am I Ready For This Course?
This course assumes that you have a good understanding of Microsoft Project either through attending our Microsoft Project Introduction course or through your day-to-day work.
It also assumes that you have a basic understanding of project management techniques.
The Training Day
Our courses run from 9.30am to roughly 4.15pm with refreshments and biscuits throughout the day and a break for a tasty, freshly prepared lunch.
We offer a relaxed, supportive learning environment, fully air-conditioned training facilities and some of the nicest instructors on the planet.
Also, you’ll receive:
✔ A full-colour A4 manual covering everything in the course to keep.
✔ A USB stick so that you can take your course exercises home with you.
✔ A Certificate of Attendance.
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It
There’s no better way to learn the advanced features of Microsoft Project than attending our hands-on training classes.
Don’t just take our word for it! See what Matt (a Programme Manager) had to say after attending our Project Advanced course:
- Understanding Working With Applications
- Copying a Gantt Chart Image
- Copying Table Data
- Copying to Microsoft Excel
- Linking to Microsoft Excel
- Exporting to Microsoft Excel
- Exporting to Excel Using a Map
- Displaying Progress Lines
- Working With Progress Lines
- Understanding Project Templates
- Examining the Templates
- Saving a Project as a Template
- Using a Custom Project Template
- Specifying the Personal Templates Folder
- Using the Personal Template Folder
- Modifying a Template
- Understanding the Global Template
- Organising the Global Template
- Applying a Newly Organised Item
- Removing Items From the Global Template
- Understanding Linked Projects
- Combining Projects
- Viewing a Combined Project
- Printing From a Combined Project
- Setting a Combined Project Start Date
- Changing Data in a Combined Project
- Saving and Closing a Combined Project
- Using Only the Combined Project File
- Using Only Subproject Files
- Inserting Subprojects
- Breaking Subproject Links
- Creating a Read-Only Subproject
- Inserting Task Links
- Creating a Summary Milestone
- Understanding Project Downsizing
- Creating the Resource File
- Creating Smaller Projects
- Linking Subprojects to Resources
- Preparing for the Master Project
- Creating the Downsized Master File
- Setting Project Links
- Finalising the Master
- Understanding Custom Fields
- Creating Custom Fields
- Inserting Custom Fields
- Creating A Formula In A Custom Field
- Modifying A Formula
- Testing A Formula
- Understanding Graphical Indicator Custom Fields
- Creating Graphical Indicator Custom Fields
- Creating A Lookup Custom Field
- Creating An Outline Code Mask
- Entering Lookup Table Values
- Using A Lookup Table
- Understanding WBS Codes
- Creating WBS Codes
- Altering Tasks With Custom WBS Codes
- Renumbering WBS Codes
- Editing Custom WBS Codes
- Adding Simple Custom Fields
- Formatting Table Fields
- Creating A Simple Lookup Table
- Using A Custom Table
- Using A Hyperlink Field
- Preparing For The Custom View
- Creating A Custom Filter For The View
- Creating A Custom Group For The View
- Creating A Custom Table For The View
- Creating The Custom View
- Removing A Custom View And Its Components
- Creating a Custom Filter
- Using a Custom Filter
- Understanding Graphical Reports
- How Graphical Reports Work
- Running A Report
- Formatting Chart Objects
- Manipulating Report Data
- Filtering Report Data
- Cloning An Existing Report
- Creating A New Report
- Enhancing Report Appearance
- Making Reports Global
- Removing Unwanted Reports
- Understanding Visual Reports
- Understanding Excel Visual Reports
- Creating A Visual Report From A Template
- Choosing Fields To Display In A Visual Report
- Changing The X Axis Categories
- Filtering A Visual Report
- Formatting A Visual Report
- Saving A Visual Report As A Template
- Using A Custom Visual Report Template