Primaned has decades of experience with the implementation and training in the use of Primavera. This training has been developed together with our planning engineers and technical consultants. Good planning is much more than just “bar racking”. In this module you will learn how to properly handle the software, also what a planner needs to be able to make a good planning. You will learn how to create a project yourself, including activities, relationships, schedules, resources and progress, based on a case that is interwoven with the manual we have written.
This module is part of the step Tooling from the Project Controls Programme.
This training can be followed remote and in a classroom. Please indicate your preferences on the registration form. Read about the plan of remote training.
Oracle Primavera P6 Professional R.20.12.3. is used in this course.
This module is also suitable for newer releases and older versions from 8.X.
This training can be followed separately, without specific prior knowledge. However, it is recommended that you have a good command of the theory of Critical Path Method & Scheduling Best Practices (critical path method). This training can also be followed as part of the Scheduling Engineer training.
After completing this module you will receive a Primaned Academy certificate.
€ 1,980.00 excl. VAT / including material, lunch & drinks
Very good training. Clear explanation, sometimes a bit fast, but then the trainer repeated some steps and everything became clear again.
Franz, Planner, Mobilis TBI Infra
A good clear training which is well built from the ground up.
Marlon, Preventive Planner, Shell Moerdijk
It provided a good insight into many of the tools available within the P6 module
Geoff, Project TAR Planning Engineer, Ineos Nitriles UK
Teachers of this course
Roy Waasdorp MSc
Marijn van Essen MSc
Stefan Hollak PhD
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The following topics are covered in this training:
- Creating and setting up a project.
- Structuring the work in your project.
- Fill in all the tasks that need to be planned and executed in the project.
- Define and allocate the resources you need to get the work done.
- Entering progress and calculating the project.
- Analysing activities, resources and costs with a baseline.
- Providing insight through reporting where you determine the content through filters, grouping and sorting.