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Microsoft Project is a project management package capable of creating and managing complex projects. However, without understanding how the software operates ‘behind the scenes’ it can be easy to become overwhelmed with the software. This course will not only remind you of fundamental project management skills but also enable you to start to master the software.
The Institute provides guidance by leading academics and expert practitioners. Microsoft Project Fundamentals lecturer has over 35 years of experience, the majority of which he spent teaching project management.
Learn by doing with hands-on exercise based around a real project case study. Transfer the knowledge passed on from our expert lecturers and easily adapt it into your workplace and future projects.
The Institute is globally recognised as Ireland’s premier project management certification authority. We are the national certification body for IPMA® certification, representing Ireland in IPMA’s federation of 70+ countries across 6 continents.
Update your CV and CPD log with a formal certification of your skillset in Microsoft Project. Having a certification is of great value in a project management career as it will help prove you are qualified and set you aside from other candidates.
Our friendly Student Success team is here to respond to any queries you have, help you with any technical issues, and facilitate an engaging and rewarding learning experience. Your success is very important to us, which is why our dedicated team will help you stay on track, keep you accountable, and support your studies at every step of the way.
We’re always happy to guide you in the right direction for your project management training and certification. Please feel free to schedule a call with our educational adviser.
No. You probably are aware of some common project management terminology even if you are not currently a Project Manager. This course is suitable for existing, and potential Project Managers and Project Team members.
The course is based on Project 2019 which is essentially the same as Project 2016. Previous versions of Microsoft Project (including Project 2000, 2002, 2007, 2010, and 2013) are required to use and practice with the software.
No. The Web-based version does not have the functionality taught in this course.
Yes, but only if you are subscribing to Project Plan 3, or Project Plan 5. Subscriptions to Project plan 1 are like ‘Project on the web’ and not suitable.