Learn to work with multiple projects and to split tasks and share resources. In this program you will manage project schedules, format reports or project views and customise the Microsoft Project environment. If you are familiar with Project, but have problems applying it to your specific project needs or if you need to resolve project difficulties, you will benefit from this program.

Overview

This program concentrates on managing complex or multiple projects using a master project and subprojects. It covers Microsoft Project’s key features of building schedules, managing resources and tracking multiple projects.

Program Content

  • Create a master project
  • Create individual subprojects
  • Create a shared resource pool
  • Manage subprojects and the resource pool through the master project
  • Maintain the master and subproject files and the links between the files
  • Set up the project plan environment and calendar
  • Work with task and resource calendars
  • Set multiple baselines
  • Format scheduling information: total float, free float, rollups.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Understand the project database
  • Create a shared resource pool
  • Create a master project and manage subprojects through the master project
  • Work with multiple baselines
  • Format Gantt Chart to display scheduling information.
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Skill Level
Intermediate
Duration

1 Day

Time
Location

AIM WA Floreat

* Minimum numbers are required for program to proceed

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