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Microsoft Project Level 1

This one-day course provides students with an introduction to using Microsoft Project to assist with project management.

Prior to attending this class, students should have the following experience:

  • Understanding of the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer (PC)
  • Familiarity with the Windows interface
  • Some project-management experience and familiarity with terms such as Gantt Chart, task, critical path, and resource.

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Identify the steps involved in project planning.
  • Become familiar with project management software and plan a project by using Microsoft Project 2000.
  • Work with subtasks in an outline form, link tasks effectively, and work with time constraints.
  • Assign resources and their work schedules to tasks.
  • Resolve time and resource conflicts.
  • Effectively use the different views, reports, and drawing tools available in Microsoft Project 2000.
  • Sort and filter project information effectively.


  1. Introduction to Project Management
  2. Starting a Project
  3. Outlining and Task Relationships
  4. Adding and Assigning Resources
  5. Analyzing the Project
  6. Displaying Project Data
  7. Sorting and Filtering Data