Diploma in Primavera P6

Primavera P6 is the solution for globally prioritizing, planning, managing, and executing projects, programs, and portfolios. It provides a single solution for managing projects of any size and adapts to various levels of complexity within a project. It intelligently scales to meet the needs of various roles, functions or skill levels in an organization and on a project team. This Primavera P6 Certification Course Provides Hands-on experience to enhance your Career.

This course is equally beneficial for the beginners and intermediate users of primavera with deep insight of Primavera P6. It broadly covers basic and intermediate features of Primavera but also include introduction of some advance features. Successfully completing this Primavera P6 diploma course will help you to get a job in the project management field, which offers a higher salary.

LRN UK (endorsed qualification)
Delivery Mode
3 Months
Total Fee

Course Content

MI/1015/01     Introductory Project Management Notions           

  • Understand the term ‘Project’ and the Project Triple Constraint.
  • Elaborate the Project lifecycle according to PMI.
  • Recognize the role of Oracle Primavera in Project Management.

MI/1015/02     Initiation to Oracle Primavera P6   

  • Understand the basics of Oracle Primavera P6.
  • Be able to start the application and recognize elements in interface.
  • Understand project and global data.
  • Learn about EPS, WBS, OBS

MI/1015/03     Creating a new project        

  • Set the project calendar.
  • Define the Work Breakdown Structure- Project Scope
  • Define the list of activities
  • Estimate activity duration
  • Create activity relationships
  • Understand the Critical Path Method Analysis- Project Time
  • Recognize Activity codes- defining an alternative WBS Structure
  • Customize a Gantt Chart View (Layout)

MI/1015/04     Defining Roles and Resources        

  • Define roles and resources
  • Enter roles and resources maximum capacity(allocation)
  • Enter resources pay rates
  • Define the resource calendar

MI/1015/05     Assigning Resources to Activities    

  • Understand to assign labour/ nonlabour resources
  • Recognize the activity settings when adding/ removing resources

MI/1015/06     Project Expenses      

  • Understand the types of Project Expenses
  • Identify best practices in using activity expenses

MI/1015/07     Using the Project Weighting to Measure Scope Performance     

  • Assign a dummy resource
  • Be able to do Top-down estimation

MI/1015/08     Saving the Project Baseline (S-Curve Time, Cost, Scope)

  • Save the project baseline to be used for future comparisons
  • Save a baseline layout
  • Assign the baseline to the current project

MI/1015/09     Updating Progress   

  • Identify the updating interval (progress spotlight)
  • Enter the activity %complete (duration, physical)
  • Enter actual values for resources and costs

MI/1015/10     Reporting Project Performance     

  • Learn the Layouts for monitoring performance
  • Identify the activities that have slipped
  • Learn about Filters
  • Analyse activity costs
  • Analyse resources costs
  • Report project cost variance
  • Understand the S Curve Analysis (Time-Scope-Cost) Actual vs planned

MI/1015/11     Importing/ Exporting Data 

  • Be able to import the projects
  • Be able to export the projects

MI/1015/12     Major Project           

  • Final Coursework

Entry Requirements

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal if you want to develop a detailed understanding of project management
and control practices, whatever your sector may be. You do not have to hold a degree to join this course – you’re welcome to apply if you have relevant professional experience

Entry Requirements

Professionals and person’s above 16 years


Examination and Assignment 

Course Fee and Structure

Registration Fee : 5,000 
Course Fee           : 50000
Discount             : ( 20,000)

Total (LKR)     : 35,000*

*Installment available 


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