This course covers how to use the project management software Microsoft Project, how to use it in your daily work, and how to unlock all its little secrets and hidden features. Take this short course to see the tools and services that Microsoft baked in for developing schedules, assigning resources, tracking progress and analyzing workloads.
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Microsoft Project Essentials FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Project managers will want to take this Microsoft Project course, since it reveals the best way to use Microsoft's PM software. But you don't have to be a project manager to benefit – anyone whose job depends on keeping track of all the moving pieces that come with every project can make their lives much less stressful with this course.
Not directly, no. Rather than try to prepare you for a specific exam with vocabulary memorization or rote fact repetition, this course is focused on how to best use Microsoft's project management software. You'll watch Simona demonstrate every part of the software then get plenty of opportunity to practice your new skills for yourself.
Unfortunately, business users don't have a huge selection of certifications to choose from, and mastering Project doesn't get you any closer to any of the few non-technical Microsoft certifications. For developers and technical professionals, being able to incorporate Project into app development can help toward the Power Platform App Maker Associate.
You should take this course on using Microsoft Project if you're interested in leveraging all the technology, experience and connections that Microsoft has into your project and program management career. If you want to fast-track your projects, learn to use the tools built for that task by one of the world's biggest, most complicated companies.