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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Creating Resources in Project 2010 $74.95
Managing Resource Assignments with Project 2010 $74.95
Monitoring Schedule Performance with Project 2010 $74.95
Communicating Project Information with Project 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80

Creating Resources in Project 2010

The people who do the work, the materials and equipment you require to perform the work, and the money you need to fund the work are all vital project resources. As a project manager, you should understand how to work with resource information in Project 2010 so you can efficiently plan and manage your resources. This course covers entering and configuring resource information, including people, generic resources, materials, and cost resources. This course also covers how to sort and organize items in a resource sheet.

Learning Objectives
  • Match resource types with corresponding examples
  • Organize project resources
  • Enter work resources in Project 2010
  • Configure resource availability in Project 2010
  • Enter material resources in Project 2010
  • Enter cost resources in Project 2010
  • Create a resource pool for a project

Managing Resource Assignments with Project 2010

Good project management requires the ability to organize resources based on their availability, cost and consumption rates, and how many are required to complete each task. This course lays a foundation for understanding effort-driven scheduling and how Project 2010 uses resource assignment information to perform scheduling calculations. It also covers how to assign various types of resources to tasks in your project, and how to modify cost rate tables for your resources in order to accurately capture and report project costs.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize how assigning additional resources to a task affects scheduling
  • Identify the scheduling formula
  • Recognize how task types affect a project when resource assignments are updated
  • Use the task entry table for resource assignments
  • Use the Assign Resources dialog box for resource assignments
  • Recognize the procedure for assigning a material resource to a task
  • Change the cost rate table used for a resource assignment
  • Perform resource assignments given a scenario

Monitoring Schedule Performance with Project 2010

Once project planning is complete, the actual project work begins. Your job as a project manager is to diligently track the progress of this work so that if schedule slippage occurs, you can make adjustments and manage the remaining work effectively. This course covers setting and maintaining project baselines, which are used to compare the planned work with actual work. This course also covers the procedure for updating project progress at the task level in order to track variance, as well as rescheduling incomplete work when an unanticipated work interruption occurs.

Learning Objectives
  • Set and maintain project baselines
  • Update a project schedule with actual duration values
  • Match scheduling terminology used in Project 2010 with corresponding definitions
  • Interpret the results of an in-progress schedule check
  • Reschedule work that is not yet started using Project 2010
  • Split a task in a Project 2010 schedule
  • Set and update a project baseline
  • Update a project schedule
  • Set a new start date for work that is not yet started

Communicating Project Information with Project 2010

It's been said that communication is the single most important factor in the success or failure of a project. And it's not only what you communicate, but how you format your communications to ensure they are clear, concise, and targeted to your audience. This course introduces the different reporting options you have within Project 2010, including how to create and print standard reports and how to report project information using the Timeline view. This course also introduces techniques for adding graphics to reports.

Learning Objectives
  • Create a standard report using Project 2010
  • Print a project report
  • Apply text formatting options to a report
  • Add graphics to a project
  • Use the Timeline as a reporting tool in Project 2010
  • Customize the Gantt chart view
  • Create and format a customized standard report
  • Use the Timeline view to create a project report
  • Create a customized report with graphics using the Gantt Chart view
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Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Project Part 2 e-learning bundle
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