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As the project management environment increases in complexity, project scheduling tools have become indispensable. We need dynamic project models that manage complexity, identify slippage and support alternatives.

  • A good schedule
  • is a valid, dynamic model of a project.
  • is a smart simplification of the complex reality of the project
  • is valid if it reflects the reality of your project and provides reliable forecasts
  • updates itself when changes are entered, not disturbing the validity of the schedule



For individuals:

  • Understand and apply basic project management concepts for planning, executing, controlling and closing of Ms Project schedules.
  • Understand that a schedule is a valid dynamic model of a project.
  • Be able to create and optimize dynamic schedules in order to meet deadlines and budget restrictions while keeping resources workloads under control.
  • Update the schedule effectively and efficiently and being able to continuously create forecasts on costs, dates and resource assignments
  • Use Earned value management with Ms Project in a dynamic way
  • Create and maintaining effective reporting and views on your dynamic project data.

For organizations:

  • Creates a common language that will help to establish common processes for dynamic project scheduling.
  • Shows best practices that will help your organization to move toward a singular methodology of scheduling.
  • The guidelines are universally applicable to projects of any size, industry and complexity


  • you currently use Microsoft® Excel as your primary project management tool
  • changes happen so frequently in your projects that it’s hard to keep up with them
  • you want to have the possibility to explore what-if scenario’s with Ms Project
  • you want to gain a deeper understanding of Ms Project
  • you want create schedule simulations for quantitative risk analysis
  • you want to roll up dynamic subprojects into master projects


  • Initialize Ms Project to start project planning
  • Create a well-formed project schedule, including WBS, estimates, dependencies, constraints, deadlines, and calendar use
  • Assign resources and costs to tasks
  • Understand task types and the schedule formula
  • Analyze resource utilization
  • Set a baseline
  • Track progress
  • Apply Earned Value Management
  • Create project reports and analyze project, resource, and task data
  • Customize and format Ms Project views and fields
  • Manage multiple projects


  • professional trainer that is certified in the method and applies it in his day-to-day work – no theoretical approach, but practical hands-on
  • The latest version of the handbook Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Project
  • A binder including the training materialscase studies and exercises


The entire program takes 2 full course days, including the foundation exam.

Day 1

  • Getting Started with Ms Project
    • Ms Project Overview
    • Setting Up a New Project Schedule
    • Setting the Project Calendar
  • Entering Tasks
    • The Planning Processes
    • Types of Tasks
    • Creating the WBS in Ms Project
  • Entering Estimates
    • Tendencies in Estimating
    • The Rolling Wave Approach
    • Entering Estimates in Ms Project
  • Entering Dependencies
    • The Principle of Dynamic Scheduling
    • Types of Dependencies
    • Entering Dependencies in Ms Project
  • Entering Deadlines, Constraints, and Task Calendars
    • Use of Deadlines and Constraints
    • Entering Deadlines and Constraints in Ms Project
    • Creating Task Calendars and applying them to tasks
  • Entering Resources and Costs
    • Types of Resources
    • Entering Resources in Ms Project
    • Calendars and Resources
    • Entering Costs in Ms Project

Day 2

  • Entering Assignments
    • Assignments in a Schedule
    • Entering Assignments in Ms Project
    • Assignments and Costs
  • Optimizing the Schedule
    • The Critical Path Method
    • Resource Levelling
    • Optimizing Time, Cost, and Resources in Ms Project
  • Updating the Schedule
    • The Baseline
    • Updating Strategies and Situations
    • Prepare the Status and Forecast Report in Ms Project
  • Reporting
    • Using Reports
    • Using Visual Reports
    • Formatting & Printing in Ms Project
    • Customizing Fields in Ms Project
  • Earned Value Management (EVM)
    • Overview of EVM
    • Applying EVM with Ms Project
    • Evaluating the Project
  • Evaluating the Project Performance
    • Project Benefits and Results
    • Templates for Future Projects
  • Summary
    • Tools and Checklist
    • Best Practices Checklist


  • There is no pre-course work for this training.
  • Some experience of working with projects is desireable.
  • Experience with working with Microsoft Project is required
  • here is no homework for this course.

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