Course Code: 19244

Microsoft Project Management Online

Class Dates:
1 Days
Class Time:
Instructor-Led Training, Virtual Instructor-Led Training


  • Course Overview
  • In this 1 Day course you will learn general Project skill sets. Project can be a go-to tool in your project-management toolbox. You will learn how to use Project to build schedules, plans complete with tasks and resources.

    Project is a powerful program that you can use to plan and manage a wide range of projects. From meeting crucial deadlines and budgets to selecting the right resources, you can be more productive and realize better results by using the set of features Project offers.
  • Audience
  • This course is designed for a person with an understanding of project management concepts, as well as general desktop computer skills, and who will be responsible for creating and maintaining project plans. This course will give you the fundamental understanding of Microsoft Project necessary to construct basic project plans.


  • To ensure your success in this course, you should have basic knowledge and skills using the Microsoft® Windows® operating system—preferably the most current version. While you do not need to be an expert, some experience and competency with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel®, will be useful. Finally, having a foundational knowledge of project management concepts will help prepare you for working with Microsoft Project.

Course Details

  • What you will learn:
  • Create plans at the level of detail that's right for your project. You can work with summary data initially and then shift to a more detail approach when needed.
  • Control what tasks Project can schedule automatically and which ones you want to schedule manually.
  • Manage tasks, resources, work, and costs at whatever level of detail is appropriate for your project's needs.
  • Work with your plan's data in a variety of views and reports.
  • Track and manage your plan throughout the life of the project.
  • Collaborate and share data with others in your organization.
  • Use resource pools, consolidated projects, and cross-project links to extend your project-management focus across multiple projects.