What is Primavera?
Primavera P6 Professional Projects Management is a powerful yet easy-to-use solution for planning, managing, and executing projects and programs. Primavera P6 Professional Project Management gives today’s project managers and schedulers what they value most: control. Primavera P6 Professional Projects Management, the recognized standard for high-performance project management software, is designed to handle large-scale, highly sophisticated, and multifaceted projects. Massive data requires sophisticated yet highly flexible organization tools that give users a multitude of ways to organize, filter and sort activities, projects, and resources.
Uses of Primavera:
- Plan, schedule, and control projects
- Assign resources to tasks, and track progress
- Monitor and visualize project performance versus plan
- Conduct what-if analysis, and analyze alternatives
- Allows schedule updates from multiple users at the same time
- Produce schedule and resource reports and graphics.
Scope of Primavera in Civil Engineering:
Civil Engineers with knowledge in Primavera leads to the field of planning Engineering and become planning Engineers/Planners/Schedulers/Control Engineers. It also leads to specialization called Planning forensics ( Normally in Consultancy firms)- where an engineer or scheduler will have to conduct delay analysis in times of disputes between client and contractor.
Note-While preparing construction program-you will have to coordinate with Construction Execution Team including Projects Manager and calculate Resources for each activity based on Quantity and Productivity Norms.
Having knowledge in Primavera will fetch you hand some pay if you are well versed/have full knowledge in Primavera an implement those on practical field.
|1) Introduction to Primavera P6||19) Resources Curve|
|2) Introduction to Enterprise Project Structure||20) Different Types of Views|
|3) Types of Creating Enterprise Project Structure||21) Activity Network|
|4) Creating Organizational Breakdown Structure||22) Admin Preferences|
|5) Linking O.B.S to E.P.S||23) User Preferences|
|6) Creating a New Project||24) Grouping, Sorting & Filtering|
|7) Introduction to Calendar||25) Bars|
|8) Creating a New Calendar (Global, Project, Resource)||26) Timescale|
|9) Introduction to Work Breakdown Structure||27) Scheduling|
|10) Creating W.B.S||28) Updating|
|11) Creating new Activity||29) Leveling|
|12) Activity ID, Description||30) Codes (Activity, Project, Resources)|
|13) Activity Relationship Types||31) Working With Layouts|
|14) Linking Relationship Between Activities||32) Working With Columns|
|15) Currency (Create & Assign)||33) Managing Baseline|
|16) Resources (Create & Assign)||34) Float|
|17) Roles (Create & Assign)||35) Reports|
|18) Creating New Units for Measurement|| 36) Import & Export
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