Microsoft Project training from New Horizons can help project leads assign resources to tasks, track progress, manage a budget and analyze workloads. Better still? You get the familiarity of popular Office tools and workflows to maximize both output and efficiency.
We offer world-class MS project training for all versions of Microsoft’s office, and all classes are delivered by one of our Microsoft Certified Trainers. Whether you're new to Project or have years of experience with previous versions, our training covers everything you need to know to become a Project power user.
What's New for Microsoft Project 2016?
Microsoft recently rolled out a new iteration of Project for 2016. The first thing you’ll notice when you open the application? A sharp new look. Look closer, however and you’ll see that Project 2016 offers a host of value-added features, including:
- More flexible timelines
- Better options for resource scheduling
- New themes
- Query box to easily locate Project tools and features
- Microsoft Project Course Topics
- The importance of project management and creating a Project plan
- Managing and configuring tasks in Project
- Understanding and managing resources
- Integrating data with other Microsoft applications
- Tracking costs in Microsoft Project
- Viewing project information visually
All Available Microsoft Project Training Courses
Ready to take your practical knowledge of Project to the next level? Here's a closer look at our Microsoft Project course offerings:
Project 2016 - Part 1
Are you responsible for creating and maintaining project plans, but have minimal experience with Microsoft’s newest offering? This course is for you — upon completion, you will be able to create and engage basic project management practices and navigate the Project 2016 environment.
Project 2016 - Part 2
Already have some experience under your belt or just completed Part 1? New Horizons Learning Solutions Advanced Microsoft Project training Part 2 gives you the tools and skills needed to customize, update and monitor project plans and progress.
Project 2013 - Part 1
Still used by many companies, Project 2013 offers a variety of useful features. Part 1 of our training course gives you a solid starting point for creating and managing plans in Project 2013 and is essential to obtain Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) credentials.
Project 2013 - Part 2
Ready to take your Project 2013 skills to the next level? Part 2 of our Microsoft Project 2013 training courses provides the skills needed to manage your project environment, handle task structures in addition to generating project views and producing project reports.
55054: Mastering Microsoft Project 2013
This Microsoft Project training course starts with basic concepts and then guides participants to the end goal: Planning and managing a small-to-medium-sized project in MS Project 2013.
Project 2010 - Part 1
Still using Project 2010? You’re not alone. If it’s your first time with the management tool, start with Project 2010 Level 1. You’ll leave with the knowledge needed to design, create and manage a project schedule in Project 2010.
Project 2010 - Part 2
Want to go deeper with Project 2010? Our Level 2 course teaches you how to customize project plans, update plans as they evolve and manage project costs over time.
50413: Mastering Microsoft Project 2010
If you’re looking to master Project 2010, this is the course for you. Participants will learn to leverage the app’s graphic user interface, create work breakdown structures, format and print reports, and manage multiple projects.
Ready for better project management? Start with Microsoft Project training and certification from New Horizons.