Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is a project management software program, developed and sold by Microsoft, which is designed to assist a project manager in developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads. Microsoft Project was the company's third Microsoft Windows-based application, and within a couple of years of its introduction it became the dominant PC-based project management software.
While part of the Microsoft Office family, it has never been included in any of the Office suites. It is available currently in two editions, Standard and Professional. Microsoft Project's proprietary file format is .mpp.
Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server are the cornerstones of the Microsoft Office enterprise project management (EPM) product.

Basic Microsoft Project 2016 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Microsoft Project, project management and you
Lesson 2: A guided tour of Project
Lesson 3: Starting a new plan
Lesson 4: Building a task list
Lesson 5: Setting up resources
Lesson 6: Assigning resources to tasks
Lesson 7: Formatting and sharing your plan
Lesson 8: Tracking progress

Advanced Ms Project 2016 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Advanced task scheduling
Lesson 2: Fine-tuning task details
Lesson 3: Fine-tuning resource and assignment details
Lesson 4: Fine-tuning the Project plan
Lesson 5: Organizing project details
Lesson 6: Tracking progress on tasks and assignments
Lesson 7: Viewing and reporting project status
Lesson 8: Getting your project back on track
Lesson 9: Applying advanced formatting and printing
Lesson 10: Advanced report formatting
Lesson 11: Customizing Project
Lesson 12: Sharing information with other programs
Lesson 13: Consolidating projects and resources

Oracle Primavera 6
What is Oracle’s Primavera P6?

Oracle's Primavera P6 is the world’s most powerful, robust, and easy-to-use software application for managing Projects, Programmes, and Portfolios.

      Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (P6 EPPM)
      P6 EPPM is the flagship product in the Primavera range with a large installed client base worldwide. It is a browser-based integrated multi-user solution for globally prioritising, planning, managing, and executing multiple projects, programmes, and portfolios. Primavera P6 EPPM provides a single solution for managing projects of any size; it easily adapts to various levels of complexity and intelligently scales to meet the needs of various roles, functions, or skill levels in your organization and on your project team.
      P6 EPPM contains additional functionality including Collaboration, Dashboards and Timesheets. Primavera P6 EPPM also benefits from inbuilt access to many other Oracle systems such as BPM (workflow), BI Reporting (Business Intelligence), UCM (content management) and UPK (User Productivity Kit). All users also have P6 PPM (see below) access where appropriate, and if necessary P6 EPPM can be implemented in client/server form (i.e. without a web-based element).
      Primavera P6 Professional Project Management (P6 PPM)
      Aimed at individual users where there is no requirement to share project data with other team members or for multi-user environments where no internet facilities exist, Oracle's Primavera P6 PPM is the recognized standard for high-performance project management software. It is designed to handle large-scale, highly sophisticated and multifaceted projects. It can be used to organize projects up to 100,000 activities, and it provides unlimited resources and an unlimited number of target plans.
      P6 PPM is not browser based, and does not include access to the additional P6 EPPM functions. Potential users should be aware that there is no migration path from P6PPM to P6 EPPM, so if using P6 EPPM is the ultimate requirement this should be the path chosen, as P6EPPM is the Primavera version capable of deployment in either environment.

Basic Primavera P6 Rel. 16.1 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to Primavera
Lesson 2: The Project Management Life Cycle
Lesson 3: Data, Navigating, and Layouts
Lesson 4: Enterprise Project Structure
Lesson 5: Creating a Project
Lesson 6: Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
Lesson 7: Adding Activities
Lesson 8: Creating Relationships
Lesson 9: Scheduling
Lesson 10: Assigning Constraints
Lesson 11: Maintaining the Project Documents Library
Lesson 12: Formatting Schedule Data
Lesson 13: Roles and Resources
Lesson 14: Assigning Roles
Lesson 15: Assigning Resources and Costs
Lesson 16: Analyzing Resources
Lesson 17: Optimizing the Project Plan
Lesson 18: Baselining the Project Plan
Lesson 19: Project Execution and Control
Lesson 20: Reporting Performance
Lesson 21: Project Web Site

Advanced Primavera P6 Rel. 16.1 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Creating a Project with Project Architect(Template)
Lesson 2: Assigning Codes
Lesson 3: User-Defined Field and Global Change
Lesson 4: Portfolios
Lesson 5: Advanced scheduling
Lesson 6: Monitoring Thershold and Issues
Lesson 7: Importing and Exporting Data
Lesson 8: Transfering Data between Primavera and Ms Excel
Lesson 9: updating Baseline
Lesson 10: Claim Digger/Timescale Logic Diagram
Lesson 11: Duration Types
Lesson 12: Calculating Percentage Complete
Lesson 13: Earned Value Analysis
Lesson 14: Activity Usage Profile and Spreadsheet
Lesson 15: Top-down Budgeting
Lesson 16: Top-down Estimating
Lesson 17: Documenting Risk
Lesson 18: Tracking Layout
Lesson 19: Auto Complete Actuals

Primavera(Pertmaster) Risk Analysis
What is Oracle’s Primavera Risk Analysis?

Oracle's Primavera Risk Analysis is a full lifecycle risk analytics solution integrating cost and schedule risk management. Primavera Risk Analysis provides a comprehensive means of determining confidence levels for project success together with quick and easy techniques for determining contingency and risk response plans. It is used to analyse Risk in Schedules already developed in either Microsoft Project or Primavera Professional.

Primavera(Pertmaster) Risk Analysis Rel. 8.6 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to Primavera Risk Analysis
Lesson 2: Overview and Navigation
Lesson 3: Understanding Risk
Lesson 4: Schedule Review
Lesson 5: Pre-Analysis Check
Lesson 6: Applying Duration Uncertainty
Lesson 7: Task Existence/Existence Probability
Lesson 8: Basic Probabilistic Branching
Lesson 9: Advanced Probabilistic Branching
Lesson 10: Risk Register
Lesson 11: Correlation
Lesson 12: Resource and Cost Uncertainty
Lesson 13: Analyze and Review

Microsoft Excel 2016
What is Microsoft Excel?

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program included in the Microsoft Office suite of applications. Spreadsheets present tables of values arranged in rows and columns that can be manipulated mathematically using both basic and complex arithmetic operations and functions. In most project oriented environments, data from several Database driven software (such as Oracle Primavera and SAP etc.) are exported, analyzed and reported using Microsoft Excel.

Microsoft Excel 2016 Course Outline.

Lesson 1: Getting started with Excel 2013
Lesson 2: Working with data and Excel tables
Lesson 3: Performing calculations on data
Lesson 4: Changing workbook appearance
Lesson 5: Focusing on specific data by using filters
Lesson 6: Reordering and summarizing data
Lesson 7: Combining data from multiple sources
Lesson 8: Analyzing data and alternative data sets
Lesson 9: Creating charts and graphics
Lesson 10: Using PivotTables and PivotCharts
Lesson 11: Printing worksheets and charts
Lesson 12: Working with macros and forms
Lesson 13: Working with other Office programs
Lesson 14: Collaborating with colleagues

Navisworks Manage 2014

Autodesk Inc. Naviswork Manage 2014 is a Project review software for both AEC(Architectural, Engineering and Construction) and EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) Professionals.
Navisworks® project review software products enable architecture, engineering, and construction professionals to holistically review integrated models and data with stakeholders to gain better control over project outcomes. Navisworks Manage 2014 helps with both 4D BIM (Schedule) and 5D BIM (Quantification) Modelling. 5D BIM, an acronym for 5D Building Information Modeling, is a term used in the CAD and construction industries, and refers to the intelligent linking of individual 3D CAD components or assemblies with schedule (time - 4D BIM) constraints and then with cost-related information.

Navisworks Manage 2014 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Getting to Know Autodesk Navisworks.
Lesson 2: Files and File Types.
Lesson 3: Moving around the Model.
Lesson 4: Climbing the Selection Tree.
Lesson 5: Model Snapshots: Viewpoints, Animations, and Sections.
Lesson 6: Documenting Your Project.
Lesson 7: 4D Sequencing with TimeLiner.
Lesson 8: Clash Detection.

Advanced Navisworks Manage 2014 Course Outline

Lesson 1: Creating Visualizations.
Lesson 2: Animating Objects.
Lesson 3: Giving Objects Life and Action with Scripter.
Lesson 4: Collaborating outside of Navisworks.
Lesson 5: Other Useful Navisworks Tools and 5D Quantification
Lesson 6: Managing BIM Workflow.

SAP Project System (SAP PS) and SAP Plant Maintenance(SAP-PM)

SAP Project System is the module within SAP that handles the full cycle of planning and execution of Projects. It integrates between all other modules enabling projects to be executed efficiently, with appropriate timing and within established budget. The SAP PS optimizes the business processes from project planning through to carrying out the project and enables a project progress analysis. You can plan, carry out and control projects in a target-orientated and a business fashion. This is Product of SAP SE; SAP SE (Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing) is a German multinational software corporation that makes enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. SAP ERP popular Enterprise Resource Planning Software. There are several Modules that make up SAP ERP, SAP PS (Project System) and SAP Plant Maintenance (SAP-PM) is two of them.
While SAP PS is best suited for Infrastructural(Capital)and Customer Request Projects often used by Project Planner and Project Cost Controller, SAP Plant Maintenance (SAP-PM) is tailored to Plant Maintenance Planning and Cost Control (Overhead) for preventive and turn-around maintenance.

SAP R/3 SAP Plant Maintenance(SAP-PM) Course Outline:

Lesson 1: SAP ERP Navigation
Lesson 2: Plant Maintenance Organization.
Lesson 3: Technical Objects.
Lesson 4: Breakdown Maintenance.
Lesson 5: Corrective Maintenance.
Lesson 6: Refurbishment of Spare Parts.
Lesson 7: Preventive Maintenance.
Lesson 8: Project-Oriented Maintenance.
Lesson 9: Work Clearance Management.
Lesson 10: Reports and Analysis.

SAP R/3 Project Systems Course Outline:

Lesson 1: SAP PS Introduction.
Lesson 2: Structures and Master Data
**Basic Principles, Work Breakdown Structure, Networks, Milestones, Documents, Statuses, Editing Functions, Tools for Optimized Master Data Maintenance, Project Versions and Archiving Project Structures.
Lesson 3: Planning Functions
**Time Scheduling, Resource Planning, Material Planning, Planning Costs, Revenue Planning and Statistical Key Figures.
Lesson 4: Budget
**Budgeting Functions in SAP Project System and Integration with Investment Management.
Lesson 5: Project Execution Processes
**Actual Dates, Account Assignment of Documents, Confirmations, External Procurement of Services, Material Procurement and Delivery, Billing, Project Progress and Claim Management.
Lesson 6: Period-End Closing
**Processing Types, Revaluation at Actual Prices, Overhead Rates, Template Allocations, Interest Calculation, Results Analysis, Project-Related Incoming Orders, Cost Forecast and Settlement.
Lesson 7: Reporting
**Project Information System: Structures, Project Information System: Financials, Logistical Reports and Project Summarization.
Lesson 8: Integration Scenarios with Other Project
**Open PS for Microsoft Project and Oracle Primavera, cProjects, SAP Resource and Portfolio Management.