This 2-day hands-on workshop will give you a comprehensive understanding of how Microsoft Project can be used as a practical approach to project management.
- Setting up preferences and properties
- Explaining contents of ribbon menus
- Listing required tasks and their assigned durations
- Linking tasks (auto vs. manual schedule), using summary tasks
- Using time delays and overlaps
- Assigning and managing resources
- Integrating secondary projects into the main project
- Assigning and tracking budgeting and costs
- Tracking completion
- Using statistics and reports
A sample project will be used as an example and going through each topic on the screen with the participants, then allowing them time to complete the steps on their own screen, so that by the end they wind up with the same, completed project . At the end, the instructor would hand out a small project assignment and we would allow time for the participants to complete it on their own while the instructor would circulate to help them if they need it.
Microsoft Project for Construction is a two-day workshop and Gold Seal certified, 2 credits.
Note: this 2-day workshop has maximum 25 seats available. For each participant in the course we provide a laptop with Microsoft Project software installed and a course manual.
George Brown College
Max Merchasin has many years of experience in the construction industry, both as a trades-person and a project manager. He has overseen residential and commercial/industrial projects and brings with him an in-depth understanding of what is required for successful project management.