AbleSim can deliver MS Project training and support, either individually, or for your company.
Microsoft Project Training
MS Project support is available as follows:
|Free MS Project Capability Self-Assessment||MS Project File Audit||2 hours of individual 1:1 MS Project Training||Full 1 day course in Microsoft Project|
|Assess your own capabilities and needs for a MS Project training course!||Conducted via Email and Telephone||Conducted remotely via Screen-Sharing on Skype.||Using MS Project 2013/2016 to plan, monitor, and communicate a project.|
|Free!||£25||Introductory Price £75||£475 day rate|
up to 4 delegates, Plus expensesIncludes Delegate Handouts
|Download Self-Assessment questions for MS Project 2013/2016.|
So you think you know how to use MS Project?
Download a list of questions and assess if you really do understand this complex software, or if you might benefit from some support and training.
|Email us your MS Project file and we will investigate and audit your use of MS Project.|
You will receive a detailed emailed report (typically more than 5 pages) comparing your supplied MS Project file with best Project Management Practices:
The report will be in 13 separate chapters covering over 60 MS Project features including: Clarity of objectives, Task structure, Resources and assignments, Costs, Dependencies, Gantt chart formatting, Risks, Resource Analysis, Baselining, and use of custom features.
Followed by a phone call to discuss the report.
|Session to cover your needs: Following some basic questions, a tailored session to meet your needs will be developed.|
Do you understand work and duration?
Will you be baselining and tracking the project?
|Download the questions (Word 2013).|
Other downloads are also available on the Downloads page.
|Please email to discuss file sizes and MS Project version prior to payment.||Book through our “People per Hour” page, or contact us for other payment options||Contact us to discuss your requirements and make arrangements!|
These MS Project courses are delivered from the view-point of a project manager, and not from an IT training standpoint. Therefore we can discuss project management processes, and how to use the MS Project tool to deliver projects, rather than go through each command one-by-one.