Project Management Using MS Project


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  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 795
  • Preferential fee 675?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
    • Quebec City
  • Top pick
  • Laboratory

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU

Formation path :

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To provide the knowledge and skills required to use the main features of Microsoft Project to manage projects in information technology or in any other field.

Targeted audience

Corporate managers, project managers and anyone else involved in project management.


Knowledge of Windows.

Customer Testimonials

The course is very well-structured and well-explained. I feel that I have all the right tools to be more efficient at work.

Sylvie C. / Ingénieur de Projets, Sécurité Polygon - Protection incendie Viking


  • Microsoft Project features
  • Defining and planning tasks
  • Linking tasks to activities: different types of interdependence, prerequisites and delays, multiple links
  • Constraint dates
  • Defining, assigning and managing resources
  • Critical path
  • Monitoring progress: registering the initial plan, and update techniques
  • Performing budget analysis and cost control
  • Optimizing the project plan
  • Analyzing results: using tables and filters, posting information
  • Producing management reports

General Note

Note: The course which is presented with Project 2016 or 2013 also covers the functionality available in Project 2010. The version of the course which is presented with Project 2003 is available on demand.


*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    September 11 to September 12 2017 - Version 2010

  • Montreal

    October 16 to October 17 2017 - 2013 version

  • Quebec City

    October 18 to October 19 2017 - 2013 version

  • Montreal

    November 13 to November 14 2017 - 2016 version

  • Quebec City

    December 4 to December 5 2017 - 2013 version

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