P6-002S: Advanced Scheduling Techniques in Primavera P6

This 1-day course provides the student with advanced knowledge of Primavera’s P6 solution.
Building off skills learned in the Introductory Course P6-001, the P6-002S course covers Advanced
Scheduling techniques such as Reflection Projects; Updating Baselines; Duration and Percentage Complete Types; User-Defined Fields; Global Change and much more. Hands-on workshops enable
students to apply skills learned throughout the course.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Distinguishing between the 4 different Duration types
  • Calculate percentages based on the chosen Percent Complete type
  • Create and Update a Reflection Project
  • Specify activities to update in the Baseline
  • Establish User-defined fields and define Global Change parameters
  • Understanding when and how to use Project, EPS and Global Codes
  • Comprehending the Advanced Options when Scheduling (F9)

Prerequisite: Course P6-001
Delegate Profile: Planners, Schedulers, Project Managers and P6 Administrators
Trainer Profile: The course will be delivered by an instructor experienced in using Primavera
P6 with practical experience of using the system in the field on live Projects
Course Length: 1 day (09.30am till 4.30pm)
Course Price: €595 Excl. VAT per person (Includes course manual and lunch)
***Payment must be received in full upon registering in order to secure your place***

PMI PDUs: 6

Engineers Ireland CPD Units: 1 day

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Course Outline

  • Duration Types
  • Calculating Percent Complete
  • Managing Sub-Projects Through Reflection Project
  • Updating Baselines
  • User-Defined Fields & Global Change
  • Assigning Project, EPS and Global Codes
  • Advanced Scheduling Options
  • Monitoring Thresholds and Issues
  • Tracking Layouts

*Appendix Modules:

  • Claim Digger (Schedule Comparison)
  • Auto Compute Actuals
  • Managing Qualitative Risks
  • Portfolios

*Appendix Modules are generally not covered during the course but are there as a reference
point to students for later on.