This program is based on the importance of reporting during the management of large international projects. The simplified content is inspired by our acquired experience in many different areas.
Objectives of the Primavera P6 training:
Objectives of PRIMAVERA P6 advanced cost management training is to master the cost aspect of the tool in order to optimise and redimension budgets in the final phases of a project. You will learn how to communicate on the progress of your
projects using the performance indicators based on costs.
At the end of the session, each participant will be able to manage costs using Primavera P6 and set up personalised reports.
This PRIMAVERA P6 advanced cost management training programme is for project managers and everyone implicated in one of the company projects.
Prerequisites for Primavera P6 training:
You need to know fundamentals of project management.
This training will include exercises and role playing.
Each trainee will be attributed with a PC with the Primavera P6 application installed. All participants will receive the training materials at the end of the training. This training programme is made up of a theoretical part as well as a case study.
Evaluation methods :
Evaluation of the acquired knowledge via exercises, self-evaluation and end of training certificate.
Objectives of the training
Configuration of the database
- Definition of cost centres
- Entering cost centres in the database
Allocating costs to the main project tasks
- Assigning costs
Personalising the presentation for a planning baseline
- Consolidation of costs by hierarchical level
- Personalised presentation
- Links to contract amounts
Analysis of the Earned Value Management – EVM
- Planing of initial costs (Planned Cost)
- Planning and evaluation of actual costs (Actual Cost)
- Cost Performance Indicator (CPI)
- Analysis of the project progress
Formulating the reporting
- Communication of data
- Curves and exports of information
- Solutions for report personalisation
Analysis and recommendations for the project manager
Summary and conclusion