SC102 Ms Project for Project Manager


Dates: 12-13 Jan”16 | 02-03 Feb"16 | 08-09 Mar"16 | 21-22 Apr"16 | 11-12 May"16                         

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya.


The forthcoming seminar focus is to help participants acquire skills and knowledge to enable the implementation of quality projects, in time and within budgetary constraints.
A fundamental background on the project management key performance indicators, concepts and practice of monitoring and evaluation will be established, whereby participants will be asked to relate their training to actual issues and experiences at their place work.


This course is designed for new users of MS Project, or existing self taught users


The following issues will be discussed:

1.    Project and Project Terms Overview
•    Theory of Project management
•    Learn While You Work, Map, Traditional Help System
2.    Entering and Linking Tasks
•    Entering Tasks, Setting Durations and Milestones
•    Linking: Finish to start, Unlinking
•    Predecessors and Successors
3.    Navigation and Project Views
•    Keyboard Short Cuts for Views
•    Use the Got selected task Button.
•    Use View Zoom
•    Format Time-scale
•    Gantt Chart
•    Calendar View
•    Network Diagram
4.    Task Relationships and Critical Path
•    Finish to Start, Start to Finish, Finish to Finish and Start to Start
•    Avoiding Dangling Tasks
•    Theory of Critical Path
•    Applying a Critical Path
•    Slack Time
5.    Project Calendar
•    Default working Hours & Week
•    Altering Hours of Working Day
•    Setting additional Non-Working Days e.g. Bank Holidays
•    Creating New Calendars
6.    Resources
•    People, Rooms, Equipment, Materials
•    Priorities
•    Leveling
•    Split tasks
•    Level Only within Available Slack
•    Resource Calendars
7.    Task Constraints and Advanced Task Management
•    General Constrains
•    Hard Constraints
•    Soft Constraints
•    Scheduling Project from Start Date
•    Scheduling Project from Finish Date
•    Lag, Lead, Delay
•    Resource Driven v Fixed Duration
•    Task Calendars
8.    Project Costing's
•    Resource Costs
•    Duration Driven
•    Cost per use
•    Pro rata
•    Cost Rate Tables
•    Fixed Task Costs
•    Show Project Statistics
9.    Sorting and Filtering
•    Sorting Data by Priority and Date
•    Using the Auto filter
•    Filtering Tasks
10.    Producing Reports
•    Overview
•    Task Usage
•    Current Activities
•    Costs
•    Work load
•    Custom Views
11.    Printing
•    Gantt Chart
•    Network Diagram
•    Calendar View
•    Page Setup Options

Registration and Payment

Fees: Kshs. 25,800/- Exclusive of VAT 16%
(NB: Fee covers tuition, training material, certificate, drinks and meals only).

Discount on Fee Payment
  Description Discount
Early Bird: Payment 2 weeks before the starting date of a course
Group: Payment 2 weeks before the starting date of a course with a minimum of 5 participants

Terms and Conditions of Payment
Fees are payable strictly in advance, (4 working days before the starting date).
Cancellations made within 4 working days of a course will incur a 20% cancellation fee. We regret that no cancellations will be accepted within 2 working days of a course, but substitutions may be made.

NB/Non-Eastafrican students pay 25% more on all charges.
Fee is payable by bankers cheque or cash deposit to:

Project Management Group Ltd. A/C No. . 0470264703467 Equity Bank,  Nairobi.
Swift code (EQBLKENA),Bank code (68)

To register, please download the seminar booking form fill it and send it to us through:

020 823305; or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For more information, kindly contact +254 20 2016637 or 0727 595550

'Course material includes a comprehensive training materials and a CD with project management methodologies and templates.'

Download: Seminar Booking Form

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