Primavera is comprehensive, high performance, multi-project planning and control software. It is ideal for project intensive industries. Primavera helps organizations manage just about any type of portfolio. Primavera gives a multitude of ways to organize, filter and sort activities, projects, and resources. It has a rich graphical interface to plan and manage and report on projects.
The course demonstrates the useful applications of software in project management and helps participants develop skills to handle projects using Primavera, covering all basic features of the software available over web and offline.
Participants learn planning, scheduling, and controlling of small and large scale projects; driving down costs, minimizing risks, and delivering results for key stakeholders; selecting the right strategic mix of projects and balancing resource capacity.
The course helps participants design, develop, and maintain detailed resource-loaded schedules; modify project schedules and or integrate multiple project schedules. The course equips them to provide necessary administrative support to project management teams; to set user privileges; to rout contracts and change orders; to reconcile billings and invoices; distribute necessary documents to appropriate teams, among others.
The course teaches concepts such as Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS) and Enterprise Project Structure (EPS) that are useful in organizing projects, people, and work.
Primavera courseware/reference materials
Project based training
Participatory approach to classes
Right mix of theory and practicals
Training by qualified, experienced professionals
Sophisticated classroom and modern presentation tools
Post training support
Who can enroll?
Ideal for all project management professionals
Engineering and management graduates
Professionals aspiring to have an entry into project management
Under Graduate in any engineering or humanities stream