Microsoft Project 2010 Intermediate

Course Details

This Microsoft Office course is directed at new or current users who need to increase a strong awareness of the usage of Microsoft Project. This 1 day training course is aimed on structuring schedules instead of costing and tracking development.


This Microsoft Office course is designed to further your knowledge of Microsoft Project 2010. Tis course lasts for one day and focuses on furthering your understanding 

Course Contents

Here is a list of the topics you will cover during this course:

Project schedules – a brief review Tasks, headings, dependencies, durations, calendars resources and constraints

Project tracking and progress control Working with baselines and interim plans; entering actual times, work and costs; using views that focus on tracking

Rescheduling – Loading changes and slippage into a project; Techniques for resolving problems which occur when a task slips; how Project handles scheduling problem

Visual Reports with advanced usage hints and tips

Sending data to Excel and Visio for graphical reporting

Communicating Progress – Formatting, printing and reporting project progress; Customising Project’s reports and views to show slippage and other progress issues

Other monitoring features in Project, Status date indicators; Progress lines; Earned Value reporting; Useful fields for tracking and rescheduling

Simple multiple-project handling, Managing concurrent projects and resource pools

Some advanced facilities in Project Task schedule types; Split tasks; Task usage view; Work contours; Resource availability; Variable cost features


What are the prerequisites for this course?

It is recommended that you have consistent knowledge of at least one Microsoft package. It is recommended that these are either Word or Excel.

What am I provided on the course?

You will be provided with a courseware folder, detailed user-friendly manual, pre/post course e-mail support, refreshments and certificate.

Who will be instructing me?

The instructors at Course Bargains are highly qualified and have global experience.

When should I arrive to the venue?

You should aim to arrive at 9am.

How can I contact you?

If you would like more information about any course please feel free to either contact us on 01159 031 029 or you can email us at