Primavera Training

      
      
38 Duration: 22 Hrs
    
    

It’s is an enterprise project responsible for software management used for product management, collaboration, and control capabilities and integrates with other business software.

Oracle, Accenture, JP Morgan, IBM and many other Companies prefer Oracle primavera

Primavera P6 Professional Project Management, handles large-scale, highly sophisticated and multifaceted projects

Organize projects of up to 100,000 activities with unlimited resources and an unlimited number of target plans

Oracle Primavera Certified Professionals average salary is $99,190p.a, whereas a non-certified professional salary is $92,276per year


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Project integrated into the Curriculum

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  • Course Designed by industry specialists

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    • 1.1 - Purpose
    • 1.2 - Required Background Knowledge
    • 1.3 - Purpose of Planning
    • 1.4 - Project Planning Metrics
    • 1.5 - Planning Cycle
    • 1.6 - Levels of Planning
    • 1.7 - Monitoring and Controlling a Project
    • 2.1 - Understanding Planning and Scheduling Software
    • 2.2 - Enterprise Project Management
    • 2.3 - Understanding Your Project
    • 2.4 - Level 1 – Planning Without Resources
    • 2.5 - Level 2 – Monitoring Progress Without Resources
    • 2.6 - Level 3 – Scheduling With Resources, Roles & Budgets
    • 2.7 - Level 4 – Monitoring and Controlling a Resourced Schedule
    • 3.1 - Logging In
    • 3.2 - Welcome Form
    • 3.3 - The Home Workspace
    • 3.4 - The Projects Workspace
    • 3.5 - Opening One or More Projects
    • 3.6 - Opening a Portfolio
    • 3.7 - Navigating Around a Project
    • 3.8 - User Preferences - Date and Time Display
    • 3.9 - Right-clicking with the Mouse
    • 3.10 - Accessing Help
    • 3.11 - Application of Options within Forms
    • 3.12 - Closing Down
    • 3.13 - Terminology Differences between Industry Versions
    • 4.1 - File Types
    • 4.2 - Creating a Blank Project
    • 4.3 - Setting Up a New Project
    • 4.4 - Project Architect Wizard and Methodology Manager
    • 4.5 - Importing a Project
    • 4.6 - Copy an Existing Project
    • 4.7 - Project Dates
    • 4.8 - Saving Additional Project and EPS Information
    • 5.1 - Accessing Global and Project Calendars
    • 5.2 - Assigning the Project Default Project Calendar
    • 5.3 - Creating a New Calendar
    • 5.4 - Copying Calendars
    • 5.5 - Renaming a Calendar
    • 5.6 - Deleting a Calendar
    • 5.7 - Resource Calendars
    • 5.8 - Editing Calendar Working Days of an Existing Calendar
    • 5.9 - Adjusting Working Hours
    • 5.10 - Inherit Holidays and Exceptions from a Global Calendar
    • 5.11 - Calculation of Activity Summary Duration in Days
    • 5.12 - Database Default Calendar, WBS and Project Durations
    • 6.1 - Opening and Navigating the WBS Workspace
    • 6.2 - Creating and Deleting a WBS Node
    • 6.3 - WBS Node Separator
    • 6.4 - Work Breakdown Structure Lower Pane Details
    • 6.5 - WBS Categories
    • 6.6 - Why a Primavera WBS is Important
    • 7.1 - New Activity Defaults
    • 7.2 - Adding New Activities
    • 7.3 - Default Activity Duration
    • 7.4 - Copying Activities in Primavera
    • 7.5 - Copying Activities from other Programs
    • 7.6 - Elapsed Durations
    • 7.7 - Finding the Bars in the Gantt Chart
    • 7.8 - Activity Information – Bottom Layout
    • 7.9 - Assigning Calendars to Activities
    • 7.10 - Undo
    • 7.11 - Assigning Activities to a WBS Node
    • 7.12 - Reordering or Sorting Activities
    • 8.1 - Formatting the Project Workspace
    • 8.2 - Understanding Forms
    • 8.3 - Formatting Columns/li>
    • 8.4 - Formatting the Bars
    • 8.5 - Row Height
    • 8.6 - Format Fonts and Font Colors
    • 8.7 - Format Colors, Timescale
    • 8.8 - Inserting Attachments - Text Boxes and Curtain
    • 9.1 - Understanding Relationships, Lags and Leads
    • 9.2 - Formatting the Relationships
    • 9.3 - Adding and Removing Relationships
    • 9.4 - Using the Command Toolbar Buttons to Assign Relationships
    • 9.5 - Dissolving Activities
    • 9.6 - Circular Relationships
    • 9.7 - Scheduling the Project
    • 9.8 - Critical Activities Definition
    • 10.1 - Viewing a Project Using the Activity Network View
    • 10.2 - Adding, Deleting and Dissolving Activities in the Activity Network View
    • 10.3 - Adding, Editing and Deleting Relationships
    • 10.4 - Formatting the Activity Boxes
    • 10.5 - Reorganizing the Activity Network
    • 10.6 - Saving and Opening Activity network Positions
    • 10.7 - Early Date, Late Date and Float Calculations
    • 11.1 - Assigning Constraints
    • 11.2 - Project Must Finish By Date
    • 12.1 - Understanding, Applying a Filter
    • 12.2 - Creating a New Filter
    • 12.3 - Modifying a Filter
    • 13.1 - Group and Sort Activities
    • 13.2 - Understanding Layouts
    • 13.3 - Copying a Layout To and From Another Database
    • 14.1 - Print Preview
    • 14-2 - Page Setup
    • 14.3 - Options Tab
    • 14.4 - Print Form
    • 14.5 - Print Setup Form
    • 14.6 - 4uxReports
    • 15.1 - Understanding Date Fields
    • 15.2 - Setting the Baseline
    • 15.3 - Practical Methods of Recording Progress
    • 15.4 - Understanding the Concepts
    • 15.5 - Updating the Schedule
    • 15.6 - Progress Spotlight
    • 15.7 - Suspend and Resume
    • 15.8 - Scheduling the Project
    • 15-9 - Comparing Progress with Baseline
    • 15.10 - Corrective Action
    • 16.1 - User Preferences
    • 16.2 - Admin Menu
    • 16.3 - Miscellaneous Defaults
    • 16.4 - Admin Preferences
    • 16.5 - Scheduling Options
    • 16.6 - Admin Categories
    • 17.1 - Understanding Resources
    • 17.2 - Creating Roles
    • 17.3 - Creating Resources and the Resources Workspace
    • 17.4 - Editing Resource Calendars
    • 18.1 - Understanding Resource Calculations and Terminology
    • 18.2 - Project Workspace Resource Preferences
    • 18.3 - User Preferences Applicable to Assigning Resources
    • 18.4 - Activity Workspace Resource Preferences and Defaults
    • 18.5 - Assigning and Removing Roles, Resources
    • 18.6 - Expenses
    • 18.7 - Suggested Setup for Creating a Resourced Schedule
    • 19.1 - Reviewing Resource Loading
    • 19.2 - Methods of Resolving Resource Peaks and Conflicts
    • 19.3 - Resource Leveling
    • 19.4 - Resource Leveling Function
    • 19.5 - Resource Shifts
    • 19.6 - Guidelines for Leveling
    • 19.7 - What to Look For if Resources Are Not Leveling
    • 19.8 - Resource Curves
    • 19.9 - Editing the Resource Usage Spreadsheet – Bucket Planning
    • 20.1 - Understanding Budget Values and Baseline Projects
    • 20.2 - Current Data Date
    • 20.3 - Information Required to Update a Resourced Schedule
    • 20.4 - Project Workspace Defaults for Statusing a Resourced Schedule
    • 20.5 - Activity Workspace - Percent Complete Types
    • 20.6 - Using Steps to Calculate Activity Percent Complete
    • 20.7 - Updating the Schedule,Resources and Expenses
    • 20.8- Store Period Performance
    • 21.1 - Understanding Project Breakdown Structures
    • 21.2 - Activity Codes
    • 21.3 - User Defined Fields
    • 21.4 Project Phase or WBS Category
    • 21.5 - Resource Codes
    • 21.6 - Cost Accounts
    • 21.7 - Owner Activity Attribute
    • 21.8 - EPS Level Activity Codes
    • 22.1 - Introducing Global Change
    • 22.2 - The Basic Concepts of Global Change
    • 22.3 - Specifying the Change Statements
    • 22.4 - Examples of Simple Global Changes
    • 22.5 - Selecting the Activities for the Global Change
    • 22.6 - Temporary Values
    • 22.7 - Global Change Function
    • 23.1 - Multiple User Data Display Issues
    • 23.2 - Enterprise Project Structure
    • 23.3 - Portfolios
    • 23.4 - Organizational Breakdown Structure
    • 23.5 - Users, Security Profiles and Organizational Breakdown Structure
    • 23.6 - Project Codes
    • 23.7 - Filtering, Grouping and Sorting Projects in the Projects Workspace
    • 23.8 - Project Durations in the Project Workspace
    • 23.9 - Why Are Some Data Fields Gray and Cannot Be Edited?
    • 24.1 - Multiple Projects in One Primavera Project
    • 24.2 - Multiple Primavera Projects Representing One Project
    • 24.3 - Setting Up Primavera Projects as Sub-projects
    • 24.4 - Refresh Data
    • 24.5 - Who Has the Project Open?
    • 24.6 - Setting Baselines for Multiple Projects
    • 25.1 - Reflection Projects
    • 25.2 - Advanced Scheduling Options
    • 25.3 - Audit Trail Columns
    • 25.4 - Excel Import and Export Tool
    • 25.5 - Project Import and Export
    • 25.6 - Check In & Check Out

Course Completion Certificate will be given on the completion of Real-time Project work and the minimum scoring is at least 60%. Asha24 certification is well recognized in top  MNCs and IT Companies


Leading the Robotic Automation initiatives within the organization by identifying & analyzing various automation scopes within a process and implementing them. Having total experience of 10+ years in IT projects and 5 years in RPA (Blue Prism developer).

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