Enterprises Primavera P6 Project Management Software Tool Training

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Course Code and Title:

EPPM001 – Enterprises Primavera P6 Project Planner Training

Course Duration: 30 Hours


Enterprises Primavera P6 Project Planner is a widely used project management software that helps in planning, scheduling, and controlling projects. If you’re looking for training in Primavera P6 Project Planner, here are some approaches and strategies you can consider:


Online Training Courses:

These courses provide comprehensive instruction on using the software, covering topics such as project setup, scheduling, resource management, cost control, and reporting. Contact BMTC is an authorized Primavera P6 Training Institution in Qatar that offers online courses with hands-on exercises and practical examples. To obtain Primavera P6 certification in Qatar, you can follow these general steps:


Choose the Certification:

Oracle offers various Primavera P6 certifications, such as Primavera P6 Certified Implementation Specialist and Primavera P6 Certified Integration Specialist. Determine which certification aligns with your career goals and expertise.


Gain Practical Experience:

Obtain hands-on experience with Primavera P6 by working on real projects or using the software in a simulated environment. Practical experience helps in understanding the application of Primavera P6 concepts and reinforces your knowledge.


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With Primavera Project Management, you will:

  • Select the right strategic mix of projects.
  • Assure project, IT and corporate governance.
  • Enhance processes and methods.
  • Improve project team collaboration.
  • Measure progress toward objectives.
  • Complete more projects successfully and with the intended payback


Teaching and Learning Methodology:

A combination of lectures, discussions, exercises, and cooperative learning will be used. Active learning will focus on discussions based on trainee project scenarios related to the application of qualitative and quantitative methods. Primavera P6 gives unparalleled control, monitoring, and insight to planners, project managers, schedulers, employers, stakeholders, and any others who are involved in a given project.


Student Learning Resources:

  • Primavera Project Management 18.2 Version Material from Oracle
  • Primavera Project Planning & Scheduling Trial/working Software
Course Curriculum

Outcome Based Assessments


The Assessment Strategy must follow the Strategy defined by this Course Content outline.
All the below content will be covered.


Course Content Outline (CCO)


  • About Roles and Responsibilities
  • Set Your Goals and Business Objectives
  • Process Overview: Structuring Data in P6 EPPM
  • Setting Up the Organisational Breakdown Structure
  • About the OBS
  • Creating an OBS
  • Assigning Users to an OBS
  • Defining Resources and Roles
  • About Roles
  • Creating Roles
  • Assigning a Resource to a Role
  • Assigning a Role Team to a Role
  • Assigning Rates to Roles
  • Assigning Work Limits to Roles
  • About Role Teams
  • Creating Role Teams
  • Assigning a Role to a Role Team
  • About Resources
  • Adding Resources
  • Assigning a Role to a Resource
  • Assigning a Resource Team to a Resource
  • Configuring Resource Settings
  • Assigning Calendars to Resources
  • Configuring Timesheets Reporting for Resources
  • Configuring Resource Settings for Timesheets Reporting
  • Assigning Resource Codes
  • Assigning Resource Rates
  • Assigning Resource Curves to Resource or Role Assignments from the Resources Assignments Page
  • About Resource Teams
  • Creating Resource Teams
  • Assigning a Resource to a Resource Team
  • Setting Up the Work Breakdown Structure
  • About Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)
  • Working with WBS Elements
  • Creating a WBS
  • Creating a WBS from a Template
  • Configuring General WBS Information
  • Defining Earned Value Calculations for WBS Elements
  • Working with WBS Milestones
  • Working with WBS Categories


Establishing Project Codes

  •   About Project Codes
  •   Working with Project Codes
  •   Creating Project Codes
  •   Creating Project Code Values
  •   Assigning Project Codes
  •   User-Defined fields
  •   About User Defined Fields
  •   Creating Activity UDFs
  •   Creating Assignment UDFs
  •   Creating Document UDFs
  •   Creating Expense UDFs
  •   Creating Issue UDFs
  •   Creating Project UDFs
  •   Creating Resource UDFs
  •   Creating Risk UDFs
  •   Creating Step UDFs
  •   Creating WBS UDFs
  •   Defining Formulas for User-Defined Fields
  •   Defining Indicators for User-Defined Fields
  •   Defining Statements for User-Defined Fields
  •   About Calendars
  •   Working with Calendars
  •   Creating Global Calendars
  •   Configuring Global Calendars
  •   Setting Work Hours per Time Period for Global Calendars
  •   Configuring the Standard Work Week for Global Calendars
  •   Modifying Calendar Days on Global Calendars
  •   Setting the Default Global Calendar
  •   Creating Project Calendars
  •   Configuring Project Calendars
  •   Assigning a Base Calendar to a Project Calendar
  •   Setting Work Hours per Period for a Project Calendar
  •   Configuring the Standard Work Week for Project Calendars
  •   Modifying Calendar Days on Project Calendars
  •   Changing a Project Calendar to a Global Calendar
  •   Creating Resource Calendars
  •   Configuring Resource Calendars
  •   Assigning a Base Calendar to a Resource Calendar
  •   Assigning a Resource to a Resource Calendar
  •   Setting Work Hours per Time Period for a Resource Calendar
  •   Configuring the Standard Work Week for Resource Calendars
  •   Modifying Calendar Days
  •   Changing the Calendar Type
  •   About the Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)
  •   Working with the EPS
  •   Creating EPS Elements
  •   Configuring the EPS


About Projects:

  •   Working with Projects
  •   Creating Projects
  •   Assigning Locations to Projects
  •   Creating Projects from Existing Projects or Templates
  •   Deleting Projects or EPS Elements
  •   Opening Projects



Resources are always finite, meaning there is always a practical limit to how many workers are available in a given time period, and can be utilized effectively within the confines of the project site. If the schedule is not “tight” the delta between early and late dates in the schedule creates a wide range of possible dates on which any particular task might be performed.

Activities slip and begin to overlap with work that initially (in the baseline CPM schedule) would have started much later. While it is true that critical path activities can also slip, it is the secondary (non-critical) tasks that often slip more and are ignored as a result of the available float.

The Project Management module works with the weighted project codes, enabling you to rank or prioritise projects using a weight value and then view projects by score. Codes are available to activities in the project in which the codes are created. Users can create up to 500 project-level activity codes. Project codes allow you to organise and filter activities based on unique project reporting requirements.

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