How to Learn Primavera P6

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How to Learn Primavera P6
There are several online resources available for learning Primavera P6. (business woman image by sasha from

Primavera P6 software is commonly used among engineers, architects and construction companies. Oracle designed the software for functional implementers, end users and projector managers in these fields. Primavera P6 helps users manage projects, handle portfolios, evaluate performance, control costs and track progress. Whether you are a first-time user or have experience with previous versions of Primavera P6, there are various training options available that meet your needs. Your learning style and budget are key considerations when deciding on a training option that best suits you.

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  1. 1

    Take an instructor-led course. Oracle offers a one-day class. The topics covered include copying a project, tailoring a project, creating risk, managing users, customising menus and using time-scaled logic diagrams. You must register through the Oracle website.

  2. 2

    Participate in a live virtual class. You'll learn such things as Primavera 6 project and portfolio management, risk management and web-based administration features. Register for this class through the Oracle website.

  3. 3

    Watch Primavera P6 video tutorials. There are free video tutorials available. Video tutorials are a viable choice if you prefer self-study. It's also an alternative if the other training options don't fit within your budget.

Tips and warnings

  • The live virtual class is only available to registered students.
  • As of January 2011 the fee for the Oracle Primavera P6 classes is £390.

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