Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013

Discover how to effectively plan, implement, and control projects using Microsoft Project 2013. In these lessons, you'll learn how to use Microsoft Project to think through and organize your project's details, plan a schedule, sequence tasks, produce a baseline, assign resources and costs, track your progress, identify and analyze variances, and revise your project plan.

Once you've constructed a basic schedule, you'll see how to enlarge it and share it with clients and co-workers. In addition, you'll learn Microsoft Project's techniques for fine-tuning different aspects of your project, including splitting tasks for work interruptions and defining material consumption rates.

The knowledge you gain from this course will help you avoid going down dead-end alleys and prevent you from overloading your schedule. If you encounter trouble on your project, you'll be able to apply a number of powerful problem resolution techniques to help get your project back on track.

No matter how complex your projects are, Microsoft Project will help you cut them down to size. By the end of the course, you'll be able to produce project plans that wow your audience and empower you to achieve your business goals.

Complete course details are available here.

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Microsoft Windows Vista or XP, Microsoft Project Standard 2010 are required. This software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins. Also required are Internet access, e-mail, the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser, and the Adobe Flash and PDF plug-ins (two free and simple downloads you obtain at Adobe's web site by clicking Get Adobe Flash Player and Get Adobe Reader). This course is not suitable for Macintosh users. 

The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education is pleased to offer this course in partnership with Education To Go. Click here to register.