Primavera COURSE IN GUNTUR

This course provides hands-on training for Primavera’s client/server-based solution, leading participants through the entire project life cycle, from planning to execution. Topics include adding activities, assigning resources, and creating a baseline.

Primavera software – NIPUNA TECHNOLOGIES

Primavera was launched in 1983 by Primavera Systems Inc. and was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008.Primavera software includes project management, collaboration and control capabilities and integrates with other enterprise software such as Oracle or SAP’s ERP systems. Primavera P6 is definitely an amazing project management application, of course used worldwide, which helps internal planning, management and control of project costs, activities, resources, efficiency and ease. Primavera P6 training is available in many organizations around the world, Oracle’s Primavera P6 is an advanced and effective project management tool that allows engineers to plan, monitor and control construction projects.

Primavera Software Course Objectives

  • Primavera is a comprehensive, high-performance multi-project planning and control software. It is ideal for project-intensive industries. Primavera helps organizations manage almost any type of portfolio. …it has a rich graphical interface for planning, managing and reporting projects.
  • The tool handles complexity in a very simple way. While the tool has an impressive range of features, any user can do what he or she needs relatively easily.
  • Even if you are working on multiple projects, the software gives you full visibility.
  • It has familiar planning tools such as Gantt charts and pre-populated drop-down menus to speed up and simplify the project planning phase.

Career Opportunities & Placement

Primavera P6 offers many complex analyses and processes; however, access and management plans are still simple.

Primavera P6 allows all people in the project to carefully monitor resource availability and adjust such resources to meet project needs.

The size of the project may be overwhelming. Oracle P6 allows project managers to break down large projects into smaller, achievable projects, tasks and activities.

Scholarships

  • Scholarships are available based on merit basis.
  • Scholarships are available only for 1st year of the course.
  • Scholarships will be released only after full payment of course fee.
  • Scholarships are applicable only on course fee and not on caution money.
  • Due to any reason, student leave the course without its completion, he/she has to pay scholarship amount with 12% per annum interest.

For Inhouse students

  • 25 % Scholarship : Above 90%
  • 10% Scholarship :

For Outhouse students

  • 25 % Scholarship : Above 90%
  • 10% Scholarship : 85% – 90%

What you will learn

  • Create a project
  • Add activities
  • Schedule a project
  • Assign resources
  • Adjust project schedule
  • Create reports
  • Business Analysts
  • End Users
  • Functional Implementer
  • Project Manager

Suggested Prerequisites

Knowledge of project management principles

  • Manage multiple projects
  • Create a project
  • Create a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Add activities
  • Maintain the project documents library
  • Create relationships
  • Schedule the project
  • Assign constraints
  • Format schedule data
  • Define roles and resources
  • Assign roles
  • Assign resources and costs
  • Analyze resources
  • Optimize the project plan
  • Execute the project
  • Report performance

Course Topics

  • Describe enterprise and project-specific data
  • Log in
  • Open an existing project
  • Navigate in the Home window and Activities window
  • Open an existing layout
  • Customize a layout
  • Save a layout
  • Describe the components that comprise the Enterprise Project Structure
  • View the EPS
  • Create a project
  • Navigate in the Projects window
  • View and modify information in Project Details
  • Define a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Create multiple levels of a WBS hierarchy
  • Describe an activity and its components
  • Describe activity types
  • Add activities
  • Add a Notebook topic to an activity
  • Add steps to an activity
  • Assign activity codes to activities
  • View a network logic diagram
  • Differentiate between the four relationship types
  • Create relationships in the Activity Network
  • Create relationships in Activity Details
  • Perform a forward and backward pass
  • Describe float and its impact on a schedule
  • Identify loops and open ends
  • Calculate a schedule
  • Analyze the scheduling log report
  • Apply an overall deadline to a project
  • Apply a constraint to an individual activity
  • Add notebook topics to constrained activities
  • Describe the available constraint types
  • Describe the difference between a work product and a reference document
  • Create a document record
  • Link the document record to a project document or work product
  • Assign the project document to an activity or WBS
  • Group activities according to a specific criteria
  • Sort activities
  • Apply a filter
  • Create a filter
  • Describe roles
  • Views the roles dictionary
  • Describe resources
  • Identify the differences between labor, non labor and material resources
  • View the resource dictionary
  • Assign roles to an activity
  • Assign rates on roles
  • Assign resources by role
  • Assign labor, nonlabor, and material resources to activities
  • Adjust Budgeted Units/Time for a resource
  • Assign expenses to activities
  • Display the Resource Usage Profile
  • Format a profile
  • Format the timescale
  • Analyze schedule dates
  • Shorten a project schedule
  • Analyze resource availability
  • Remove resource overallocation
  • Analyze project costs
  • Create a baseline plan
  • Display baseline bars on the Gantt Chart
  • Modify the bars on the Gantt Chart
  • Describe several methods for updating the project schedule
  • Use Progress Spotlight
  • Status activities
  • Reschedule the project
  • Describe reporting methods
  • Run a schedule report
  • Create a resource report with the Report wizard
  • Create a time distributed report
  • Create a report using the current layout
  • Create and launch a project Web site
  • Customize the appearance of a project Web site
  • Publish activity layouts as HTML pages
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