123-MS: Using Microsoft® Project 2013 Level 2 (Onsite)

2013 Courses

123-MS: Using Microsoft® Project 2013 Level 2 

This one-day instructor-led course is designed to build upon the student's knowledge of Microsoft® Project 2013. Students will gain hands-on experience creating cross-project dependencies, baselining project plan data, creating custom fields, analyzing earned value, and creating reports.

Reference Nr.:
123
Experience Level:
Beginner

It can be taken in conjunction with 113-MS: Fundamentals of Microsoft® Project 2013 Level 1 or as a stand-alone course for students that have a basic understanding of Microsoft® Project 2013. A course manual is provided in addition to labs and class exercises.

Cost: $400

Duration: 1 Day

PDUs: 8.0, Talent Triangle: 8PMI Talent Triangle

Related Certification:
Certification Exam 70-348: Managing Projects and Portfolios with Microsoft® PPM, Microsoft® Specialist

Prerequisites:
113-MS: Fundamentals of Microsoft® Project 2013 Level 1 or equivalent experience

Intended Audience:
This course is intended for:

  • Project Managers who have a basic understanding of Microsoft® Project 2013
  • Project Managers who are responsible for planning, staffing and executing enterprise projects utilizing Microsoft® Project 2013 or Microsoft® Project for Office 365
  • Individuals with a solid understanding of the key project management concepts and terminology found in Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)

Course Objectives:
In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Link tasks between projects
  • Baseline a project
  • Create custom fields using lookup tables and formulas
  • Modify tasks in a project plan
  • Create a network diagram
  • Manage the critical path
  • Analyze earned value
  • Create new views
  • Format and share the timeline view
  • Modify existing reports and dashboards