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Project Management in Primavera P6 – 102      DETAILED SYLLABUS

Project Management in P6 Client-Server provides hands-on training for Oracle's Project Portfolio Management client/server-based solution. The course leads participants through the entire project life cycle, from planning to execution. Topics include adding activities, assigning resources, and creating a baseline. Participants also will gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling. The three basic elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs are stressed.

Learn To:
• Create and Modify a Project
• Group activities according to a specific criteria
• Assign labor, nonlabor, and material resources to activities
• Optimize a Project Plan
• Display and Modify Bars on the Gantt Chart
• Create and launch a project Web site

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Fundamental project management training
• Knowledge of MS Windows

Advanced Project Management in Primavera P6 – 106P      DETAILED SYLLABUS

Advanced Project Management in P6 provides in-depth project management training in the Primavera 6 client-server-based solution, building off skills learned in the basic course Project Management in P6 Client-Server (102). Topics include earned value analysis, updating baselines, importing and exporting project data, and top-down budgeting.

Learn to:
• Calculate multiple float paths when scheduling
• Create a comparison report in Claim Digger
• Specify the activities to update in the baseline
• Establish user-defined fields
• Create a project using Project Architect

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel 6

Resource Management in Primavera P6 – 106R      DETAILED SYLLABUS

Resource Management in P6 Client-Server provides in-depth resource management training in Primavera’s client/server-based solution. Building off skills learned in the basic course Project Management in P6 Client-Server (102), this course covers advanced topics in managing resource allocation, future-period bucket planning, and resource leveling. Extended case studies at the end of each day provide an opportunity to apply new skills and functionality.

Learn to:
• Analyze the effects of resource leveling
• Create a resource report with the Report wizard
• Level a project to resolve resource conflicts
• Compare staffed vs. unstaffed role allocation
• Create a resource via New Resource wizard
• Use the Resource Assignments window to view and edit resource allocation

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel 6

Administration in Primavera P6 and P6 Web Access – 106A      DETAILED SYLLABUS

P6 Administration provides guidance on setting up enterprise data in P6 Client-Server and P6 Web, including the creation of calendars, project codes, activity codes, and resource codes. The course also covers how to set up users and processes to establish security.

Learn to:
• Create a new project calendar
• Automatically summarize data using a job service
• Create financial periods
• Define global change parameters
• Assign cost accounts to activities
• Create issue codes

Required Prerequisites:
• Project Management in Primavera P6 Rel 6

Introduction to Primavera Cost Manager – PM100

This course is an introduction to Primavera’s cost management solution. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of how to improve project results through more accurate tracking and forecasting of project performance.

Learn To:
• Understand basic Cost Management and Earned Value Concepts
• Integrate information from schedule and financial systems for a unified view of status
• Model project costs for a complete view of project performance
• Create Project Reports and Graphics for more effective understanding and communication of earned value information

Prerequisites
Cost accounting experience including earned value knowledge

Managing Projects in Primavera Contractor – 700      DETAILED SYLLABUS

This course provides hands-on training for contractors. It examines how to plan, schedule, control, and analyze projects.

Learn To:
• Add activities and relationships to a project
• Perform manual schedule calculations
• Create and customize layouts
• Apply constraints to an activity
• Organize a project using activity codes
• Import and export project data

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Working knowledge of Windows

Planning & Scheduling in Primavera Project Planner (P3) – 601      DETAILED SYLLABUS

This course covers getting started with P3 through hands-on, basic training. Participants will gain a thorough background in the concepts of planning and scheduling while learning P3. The course leads you through nine hands-on workshops that create and track an entire project to completion, using the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resources, and costs. Scheduling techniques will be covered.

Learn to:
• Define the project and coding structures
• Assign resources and costs to a project
• Add and organize activity data
• Create target schedule
• Develop a project network with precedence relationships
• Perform schedule calculations

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Knowledge of MS Windows
• Knowledge of the fundamentals of project scheduling


Introduction To Primavera SureTrak Project Manager – 401      DETAILED SYLLABUS

This course provides a comprehensive overview of SureTrak Project Manager for Windows. It examines how to use SureTrak for project planning, scheduling, control and analysis.

Learn to:
• Create a project with activities and resources
• Calculate a schedule
• Apply constraints to reflect reality
• Manage resource and costs
• Create and customize layouts
• Add activities and relationships to a project

Suggested Prerequisites:
• A working knowledge of Windows
• Knowledge of the fundamentals of project scheduling


Introduction To Project Risk (Pertmaster) – 501      DETAILED SYLLABUS

This course provides training for Primavera’s Risk Management solution. Participants will gain a thorough background in the basic concepts of risk management. This three-day class leads you through examples of specific risk modeling techniques and provides a lab-style workshop on the third day to allow students to apply the learned techniques.


Learn to:
• Use a Risk Register to assess risks qualitatively or quantitatively
• Run a risk analysis
• Use a Risk Register to propose, evaluate and justify mitigation
• Track planned mitigation with rest of the project

Suggested Prerequisites:
• Fundamental Product Management knowledge
• Knowledge of Windows


Project Management               Risk Management               Earned Value               Performance Management               Enterprise Project Management
Cost Manager               Project Manager               ProSight               Pertmaster               Contract Manager

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