Primavera P6v16 Pro Fundamentals – Orange County CA

When:
February 13, 2018 – February 15, 2018 all-day
2018-02-13T00:00:00-08:00
2018-02-16T00:00:00-08:00
Where:
DRMcNatty & Associates Corporate Office
26300 La Alameda #250
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
USA
Cost:
$1475
Contact:
Dan Beck
949.367.7990

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Basic training course covers navigation, functionality and workshops in the P6 scheduling tool.

COURSE LENGTH
3 days

COURSE PRICE
$1,475.00

TRAINING CREDITS

PDUs – 19.5

PMI ID # 1492

EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
Build the foundation for successful project management in P6 through hands-on, basic training. Students will learn planning and scheduling with Primavera P6. Scheduling techniques and best practices will be also covered. This three-day course leads you through hands-on workshops that create and track an entire project to completion, using the three elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs.

AUDIENCE
New Primavera P6 users

PREREQUISITE
Fundamental project management training, an understanding of CPM scheduling concepts and knowledge of Windows™

LEARNING OUTCOMES
• Add a Project to the Project Structure
• Create a Work Breakdown Structure
• Add Reference Documents
• Add Activities
• Add Steps and Roles to Activities
• Create Relationships
• Schedule a Project
• Add Constraints
• Organize Activities
• Assign Resources and Costs to Activities
• Analyze Resource/Cost Usage
• Optimize the Schedule
• Create and Monitor Thresholds
• Status the Project
• Analyze the Statused Project

COURSE OUTLINE (3 DAYS)
DAY ONE:
Project Management Life Cycle
Understanding Data in P6 Professional
Overview and Navigation
Creating Projects
Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
Adding Activities
Assigning Calendars

DAY TWO:
Creating Relationships
Scheduling Techniques
Constraints
Grouping/Sorting/Layouts/Filters
Understanding Roles and Resources
Assigning Roles and Resources
Optimizing the Project Plan

DAY THREE:
Baselining the Project
Importing and Exporting Data
Methods of Applying Progress
Executing the Project Plan
Reflection Projects
Analyzation
Creating Reports
Printing Output

WORKSHOPS
Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
Adding Activities
Creating Relationships
Scheduling
Assigning Resources and Costs
Analyzing Resources
Project Execution and Control

 

 

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