PMWP6

Project Management with Primavera

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Feature Summary

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Practical Feature Enables creating resourced Gantts using Oracle Primavera P6
Job Related Feature Enables you to take a junior scheduling job using P6 as the tool
Accreditation Feature Covers the same material as Oracle University class
You may know how to read a Gantt Chart, but can you create one? You may know how to create a Gantt Chart, but can you estimate the resources for your project? Based on the resources you will be using, can you adjust your Primavera P6 schedule so as to accommodate resource non-availability? Are you able to manage a project or schedule using the critical path or using total float? This class takes you from the ground up, so that you will be able to perform all of the above.

Comparison

SoftwareLevelAccreditationsDuration
Class one
Project Management with Primavera
Oracle Primavera P6IntermediatePDUs, ECSA, ASAQS3 days
Class one
Project Management with Microsoft Project
Microsoft Project 2013 or 2016BasicPDUs, ECSA, ASAQS, SACPMCP, SAIA2-3 days

Features

Enables creating resourced Gantts using Oracle Primavera P6
Practical Feature
Has a subcontractor ever passed you a Gantt Chart and you’ve felt a sinking feeling while staring at 40+ pages of programme? This class will put you squarely in the driver’s seat, so that you will be able not only to understand Gantt chart reports, but also to create your own using Oracle Primavera P6
Enables you to take a junior scheduling job using P6 as the tool
Job Related Feature
Are you aiming at a new scheduling role? Have you got the relevant confidence that this role requires? This class will reinforce scheduling concepts showing you where and why you would apply them, giving you a grip on using Oracle Primavera P6 practically to run almost any project. Once you have completed this class, you will no longer be fearful of that new role, as you’ll be equipped not only with practical Microsoft Project skills, but also with a deeper understanding of how scheduling works, and what to look for.