MS Project Training in Pakistan

MS Project Trainer

  • Muhammad Umar,  PMI-SP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PMP, ITIL (UK) certified,  BEng [Hons] (UK)
  • 70+ MS Project training conducted in Pakistan & abroad. 
  • MS Project consultancy provided for multi-million$ worth of projects.
  • Specialist in developing large and optimized project plans, in-depth project analysis and reporting in MS Project.
  • 15 years of rich Project Management, IT and Engineering experience from UK, Qatar and Pakistan. 

MS Project Training Schedule


  • Jun 16 - 17, 2023 (Jun 14)
  • July 19 - 20, 2023 (July 17)


  • Feb 18 - 19, 2023 (Feb 12)
  • Jun 11 - 12, 2023 (Jun 8)


  • Jan 24 - 25, 2023 (Jan 18)
  • Jun 14 - 15, 2023 (Jun 12)
  • Companies/individuals may contact us for customized quote for their training needs.
  • Register for Microsoft Project training in Pakistan below. MS Project training in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, other Pakistan cities, abroad and online on customized schedule is also available. Contact us.

MS Project Training Fee

Rs 23,000

Rs 26,000

Rs 28,000

Special Offers:
1. Pay for MS Project and Primavera training together and avail 10% discount in total fee.
2. Pay for MS Project and PMI-SP training together and avail 10% discount in total fee. 


MS Project Training Fee

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Benefits of learning Microsoft Project 

Project management is imperative for project success. A central system for planning and monitoring of projects is also critical. Microsoft Office Project provides robust project management tools with the right blend of usability, power, and flexibility. Thus, the projects can be managed more efficiently and effectively. Microsoft Office Project is a powerful tool.
Specialized training on its features and architecture is essential to fully utilize the tool for project management. This training on MS Project empowers project managers to control project work, schedules, and finances. It will also help them keep project teams aligned, and be more productive with powerful reporting, guided planning, and flexible tools.

The training will set realistic expectations with project teams, management, and customers to build schedules, allocate resources, and manage budgets. It is a step by step guide to analyze and report project data in professional reports and charts. This training will be ideal for project management professionals to learn to assign resources to tasks and control finances by assigning budgets to projects and programs.

What Will You Learn?

  • Getting Started with Microsoft Project 
  • Creating Your Project Schedule
  • Working with Estimates and Defining Task Logic
  • Working with Deadlines, Constraints and Task Calendars
  • Working with Single and Multiple Resource Assignments
  • Forecasting Project Behavior by Using Task Types and the Scheduling Formula
  • Analysis for Optimum Resource Utilization
  • Customizing and Formatting Microsoft Project Views
  • Tracking Project Schedule and Costs
  • Working with Multiple Projects
  • Creating and Customizing Reports
Obtain our easy to follow MS Project training in Pakistan or online and become expert user of MS Project software. For detailed course content, see bottom of this page.

MS Project Training Content

Module 1:

Microsoft Project and the Project Management Domain

Section 1:

Getting Started with Microsoft Office Project 

Exploring Project Management

Exploring Project

Understanding Project File Types

Introduction to the Microsoft Project Interface

Getting Help and Guidance

Configuring Options

Section 2:

Creating Project Schedule

Creating and Saving Projects

Defining File Properties and Setting Appropriate Schedule Options

Creating and Organizing the Task List

Importing Data from Office Excel

Modifying and Applying Calendars, Setting Corporate Holidays

Setting Scheduling Options

Module 2:

Organizing for Success - Project Initiations and Planning

Section 3:

Estimates and Defining Task Logic

Entering Task Estimates

Task Duration

Linking and Unlinking Tasks by 3 different ways.

Adding Lag or Lead Time to a Linked Task

Section 4:

Deadlines, Constraints, and Task Calendars

Introducing Deadlines, Constraints, and Task Calendars

Creating and Modifying Deadlines

Creating and Modifying Constraints

Identifying Critical Tasks and Displaying the Critical Path

Working with Task Driver


Section 5:

Working with Single and Multiple Resource Assignments

Introducing Resources, Assignments, and Budgeting

Adding Resources to the Resource Sheet View

Creating and Modifying Resource Assignments

Entering Project Costs and 

Project Budgets



Section 6:

Forecasting Project Behavior by Using Task Types 

Using Task Types 

Applying Task Types to Produce Predictable Behavior

Making Decisions about Task Type  and Effort-Driven Settings


Section 7:

Analysis for Optimum Resource Utilization

Introducing Resource Utilization Concepts

Viewing Resource Assignments, Allocation, and Utilization

Managing Resource Availability and Interpreting Results

Optimizing and Leveling Resource Assignments


Section 8: Customizing and Formatting Microsoft Project Views

Formatting Screen Elements

Creating and Modifying Fields, Tables, and Formulas

Creating and Modifying Filters and Groups

Module 3:

Project Execution Through Completion

Section 9:

Tracking Project Schedule and Costs

Working With Baselines

Entering Duration Updates

Entering Work Updates

Controlling Projects by Finding Variance 

Troubleshooting Schedule and Getting Back on Track

Section 10:

Creating and Customizing Reports

Selecting, Editing, and Creating Basic Reports

Configuring Print and Page Setup Options

Setting Options to Correct Printing Issues

Applying Solutions to Various Printing Scenarios

Running Basic Reports That Summarize Data by Project, by Resource, by Task, or by Cost

Exporting Data by Using a Custom Map to Merge with Data in an Existing Excel Spreadsheet

Running Visual Reports That Summarize Data by Project, by Resource, by Task, or by Cost

Developing a New Visual Report Template

Module 4:

Microsoft Project Knowledge in Depth

Section 11:

Multiple Projects

Introducing Management of Multiple Projects

Creating Master Projects

Inserting Sub-projects into a Master Project

Creating Links Across Projects and Managing Changes to Linked Tasks

Calculating Single or Multiple Critical Paths

Saving and Opening Multiple Projects

Sharing Resources and Analyzing Resource Utilization Across Multiple Projects