Primavera P6 Training

P6 Professional Fundamentals Course in Houston, TX

Basic Primavera P6 Professional Training in Houston, TX

JUNE 10-12, 2024

2 1/2 Days
Class begins at 1 p.m. Central Time on Day 1

Price: $1,495


Houston P6 Classroom Details:

Class Location:

P6 classes in Houston are usually held in the former Houston Technology Center, now HX HoustonExponential Building, Midtown:
410 Pierce Street, Houston, TX 77002


Public parking garage entrance off Bagby (at 1910 Bagby)
Parking maps (please be aware that Houston Technology Center contact information and website has changed since these were acquired from HTC):

2 Page Printable PDF of AREA & PARKING


Class Hours:

This course is usually scheduled to run Monday-Wednesday, typically once-a-month, at this location. To allow attendees travel time on the Monday that the course begins, this course typically begins after lunch, at 1 p.m., on the first day. Remaining days will begin at 9 a.m. and each day will end by 5 p.m. Class may end earlier, depending upon enrollment.

Class Format:

Hands-On and Instructor-Led.

Classroom Details:

Lunch will be provided each full day of class. Computers with the P6 software loaded are provided for use during class, so there is no need to bring your own.

Certificate & Materials:

Students will receive a copy of the course materials to keep for reference after class and a certificate of completion, upon full completion of the course. Course hours: 19.

P6 Professional Fundamentals Summary: This P6 course leads you through hands-on workshops that create and track an entire project to completion, using the three elements of project management: schedule, resource and costs.

Who Should Attend?
Planners and Schedulers, Program Managers, Project Managers and New Primavera P6 Users.

Fundamental project management training, an understanding of CPM scheduling concepts and knowledge of Windows™

Learn Outcomes

  •  Create a Project with Activities and Resources
  •  Calculate a Schedule
  •  Analyze Resource/Cost Data
  •  Compare Current vs. Target Schedules
At the completion of this course the student will have learned to:

  •  Add a Project to the Project Structure
  •  Create a Work Breakdown Structure
  •  Add Reference Documents
  •  Add Activities
  •  Add Steps and Roles to Activities
  •  Create Relationships
  •  Schedule a Project
  •  Add Constraints
  •  Organize Activities
  •  Assign Resources and Costs to Activities
  •  Analyze Resource/Cost Usage
  •  Optimize the Schedule
  •  Status the Project
  •  Analyze the Statused Project

Course Outline






Please use the content in these outlines as a general guide as to the topics that will be taught. We cannot guarantee that all the topics listed in an outline will be covered during your particular class. Based on student need, your instructor may have to adjust the course content to suit your class, unexpected events, as well as the composition and skill level of the students in attendance. Course content is subject to change without notice. Course content may change with new releases of the sotware and training materials.