CPM Scheduling Fundamentals Refresher

Refresh your knowledge and skills with this fast-paced one day course.

CPM Scheduling with Primavera P6

Technical Topics Covered:

  • Startup
  • How to Update Progress
  • How to Sort and Filter Data
  • Baseline Comparisons
  • Publishing Schedules

Practical Topics Covered:

  • Translating Plans to a Schedule
  • Creating a Credible Critical Path
  • Schedule Health Check Resolution

Take-Home Materials Provided:

  • Reference Training Manual (Hardcopy and PDF)
  • A Primavera Project File (an .xer file consisting of attendee created schedule) 
Advanced Seminars

These two hour seminars will focus in on advanced topics like Delay Analysis, Resource Loading, Pull Planning and Reporting Templates.

  • Case Studies: Delay Analysis
  • Reporting, Dashboard Templates
  • Pull Planning Seminar
  • Resource Loading
CPM Planning & Delay Analysis

This two hour seminar will orient all employees on the benefits of proactive planning, detailed scheduling, and CPM scheduling theory.

  • Biggest challenges with schedules
  • Who owns the float
  • Concurrent delay
  • Design changes & unforeseen conditions
  • Types of delay analysis
Introduction to Primavera P6

In this two-day hands-on workshop attendees learn the basics of creating and maintaining a Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule through Oracle® Primavera P6. All student materials and lunch are included.

Classes offered in San Leandro, CA and San Diego, CA. 

Who Should Take this Course:

Project managers, superintendents, project engineers, project controllers, and anyone who would like to leverage a CPM schedule as a tool for successful project execution.

Technical Topics Covered:

Prolog Administration

In this three-day hands-on course provides a solid understanding of how to configure Prolog to fit business requirements. You will utilize the administrative tools necessary to successfully install, configure and maintain Prolog.

Classes offered in San Leandro, CA.

Who Should Take this Course:

This course is ideal for those who will be making decisions regarding implementation and configuration of Prolog. The intended audience includes Prolog Administrators, Prolog Implementation Consultants, and Prolog Technical Support Specialists.

Introduction to Prolog

This two-day hands-on course will provide you with a solid understanding of Prolog's value, how to navigate within it, and how to use its business applications to increase efficiency, auditing, reporting and collaboration on any project.

Classes offered in San Leandro, CA. 

Who Should Take this Course: 

Trimble Buildings clients, partners, employees, and college professors who need to understand the benefits of using Prolog.

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