In conjunction with my Courseware company, I’ve just released the Microsoft Project 2019 Up to Speed video course. This course helps you to get up and running quickly with Microsoft’s powerful project management system. This handy step-by-step class starts from scratch, starting with basic topics and moving on to more advanced features of the application, designed to help you to become more productive more quickly.
In no time at all you’ll be navigating Microsoft Project’s interface, create projects, entering tasks, creating project calendars, creating task dependencies, entering and managing resources and costs, splitting and postponing tasks, working with views, and working with Task Boards and Agile features. You’ll also learn how to update and track the progress of your projects, how to generate relevant report, import data from other applications into Project, export data from Project to other applications, and much more.
Who is this course for?
This course was created for people new to project management as well as well-seasoned project managers looking to learn a new and powerful project management application. This course will also be helpful for those coming from a previous version of Microsoft Project or those looking to delve more deeply into the Project application.
What does this course include?
- Step-by-step instructional videos that are easy to follow
- Downloadable lesson files allowing you to follow along with the instructor
- Support for any questions you may have
By the end of this course, you’ll learn how to create, organize and manage an in-depth project, allowing you to effectively stay on top of hundreds of tasks and resources with ease.
The course can be purchased from our Microsoft Project page at the Udemy website. If you’re a member of Skillshare (or are thinking of joining), you can also obtain the class there. Click on either of the links below to begin your Microsoft Project journey!
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