Advanced Training Programs for Primavera P6

ACME Projects is arranging an Advanced Primavera Training Program in Dec 2012. The course is designed to get your knowledge level from basic to advance level in Primavera P6. You’ll learn about Primavera’s advanced scheduling and resource management tools. Replay at your earliest for registration with your full name and contact number. Program detail is below:

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This course will enhance your project management skills using Primavera P6. All workshops and instruction stress the three basic elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs. This course also provides in-depth project management training in P6.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: 

·        Creating a Project with Project Architect
·         User Access
·         Using Codes in Primavera
·         Creating Calendars
·         User Fields and Global Change
·         Advanced Resource Analysis
·         Duration Types
·         Calculating Percent Complete
·         Earned Value and Weighted Milestones
·         Monitor Thresholds and Issues
·         Importing and Exporting Data
·         Transferring Data Between Primavera and Microsoft Excel
·         Defining and Assigning Cost Accounts
·         Advanced Scheduling
·         Activity and Resource Calculations
·         Creating Resources and Roles
·         Manual Resource Allocation
·         Leveling Resources
·         Resource Reporting

WHO CAN BENEFIT

·         Advanced or Power-User
·         Project Scheduler
·         Project Planner

KNOWLEDGE PREREQUISITES

·         Knowledge of Project Management Methodologies

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES

  • BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF PRIMAVERA P6
  • LAPTOP

VENUE:

Ground Floor in Athabasca University, just in front of 10th st train station.

Mosaic Learning Institute

1040 7 Avenue Southwest #120
Calgary, AB T2P 3G9
(403) 266-2355

DATE:

Saturday December 1st 2012
Sunday December 2nd 2012

TIMINGS:

09:00 am to 5:00 pm

FEE:

$350 CAD (Pay with Paypal – Link Below)

LUNCH:

Will be provided


 

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