Project Management

P6 for Government Contracts

This 3-day training is specifically focused on achieving compliance with the strict scheduling requirements required on US Government Department of Defense contracts. Curriculum includes hands-on exercises for building schedules that meet all US Government standards for setup, cost loading, reporting, and submittal, & file export.

Upon completion, attendees will learn to use P6 to meet US Government contract specifications:

P6 Options, Autocost rules, and Mandatory Schedule Defaults
Configure Milestones & Constraints
Design the required Activity Code structure
Build Activity Codes, Resources, and Costs
Cost-Load the Schedule per the project Approved Schedule of Values
Print required graphical and tabular reports, including Earned Value and S-Curve
Store financial period data for monthly updates, to expedite pay application approval
Produce the SDEF export file for QCS, and other required Submittals
Schedule Change Orders using Fragnets using approved Time Impact Analysis Techniques
Attendees will receive:

Custom class workbook / reference manual including references to the latest USACE & NAVFAC scheduling specifications
US Government forms used to analyze initial and updated schedules
Advanced Certificate of Completion signed by Certified Oracle | Primavera Business Partner
Required: Minimum two years construction experience, with a working knowledge of project scheduling and solid Windows computer skills.

Recommended: P6 Fundamentals class, or at least one year using Primavera P3, SureTrak, or Microsoft Project.

(Note: 2-day duration is possible for schedulers with advanced P6 knowledge)

Call (808) 938-6778, email info@cassellconsulting.com

- Section 1 - Oct 11 - Oct 13; TWTh; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; 3 mtgs
Honolulu Community College; Cassell; $1665
course code: BUS2500-004

Call (360) 891-5811 for information and registration.

P6 Fundamentals for Construction Projects

This 2-day session provides hands-on training of basic P6 fundamentals. At the end of this training, attendees will be able to setup and build a schedule, print reports and update progress for timely project management decisions, throughout the duration of the project.

Day 1: P6 Fundamentals
P6 navigation, managing single and multiple projects in the Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)
Manage User Preferences and Administrative Settings (P6 Administrator)
Create a Project, Calendars, and Defaults
Build the WBS structure and Activity Codes
Add Activities and Milestones, add Relationships and Constraints
Schedule the Project and review the Schedule Report

Day 2: Optimizing the Schedule and Reporting
Review Day 1 – Optimize the Schedule
Add Resources and Costs
Build and save Basic Layouts and Reports
Print graphical reports, including Cash Flow Curve
Update the Project Schedule for Progress (Statusing the Activities)
Maintain and Assign Baselines
Filtering and more advanced Reports

For more information: http://www.cassellconsulting.com/construction-estimating-software-training/estimating-software-training/primavera-training/primavera-software-training

- Section 1 - Oct 9 - Oct 10; MT; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; 2 mtgs
Honolulu Community College; $1190
course code: BUS2501-003

Call (360) 891-5811 for information and registration.

Project Management Basics

This course will introduce project management terminology and concepts. Organizations use projects for temporary requirements aimed to achieve key deliverables, optimize limited resources and budget, or perform initiatives outside of normal operations. Participants will be prepared with a basic understanding of the project lifecycle, project roles, and importance of the project triple constraints - scope, time, cost. In addition, participants will gain skills to build simple project management tools such as a Project Charter and Work Breakdown Structure.

- Section 1 - Nov 3; F; 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; 1 mtg
Leeward Community College; $199
course code: BUS5655-003
- Section 2 - Feb 16, 2018; F; 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; 1 mtg
Leeward Community College; $199
course code: BUS5655-004
- Section 3 - May 11, 2018; F; 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; 1 mtg
Leeward Community College; $199
course code: BUS5655-005
Project Management Basics For Tech (A): Introduction and Initiating Projects

The course will cover the definitions and application of a project and project management, project management phases, benefits of project management, project life-cycle, project management organizations, key project roles, the initiating process, stakeholder identification, and the project charter including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 PDUs or 7 CDUs)

- Section 1 - Nov 14; T; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2009-002
Project Management Basics For Tech (B): Planning Projects

The course will cover the purpose of the planning process and key planning tools: the project management plan, stakeholder management plan, collecting requirements, work breakdown structure, estimating and budgeting, scheduling, staff planning, quality management, communications, risk, and the procurement management plan including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 PDUs or 7 CDUs)

- Section 1 - Nov 15; W; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2010-002
Project Management Basics For Tech (C) : Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing Projects

The course will cover the executing process, executing activities, change requests; the monitoring and controlling processes, performance reporting, integrated change control; the closing process, lessons learned, final sign-off and successful transition to operations including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 PDUs or 7 CDUs)

- Section 1 - Nov 16; Th; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2011-002
Project Management Essentials For Tech (A) : Integration, Stakeholder, Scope, and Time Management

The course will cover the knowledge areas of integration, stakeholder, scope, and time management by focusing on the processes of each knowledge area, inputs, outputs, tools and techniques including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Dec 13; W; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2016-002
Project Management Essentials For Tech (B) : Cost, Quality, and Human Resource Management

The course will cover the knowledge areas of cost, quality, and human resource management by focusing on the processes of each knowledge area, inputs, outputs, tools and techniques including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Dec 14; Th; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2017-002
Project Management Essentials For Tech (C): Communications, Risk, and Procurement Project Management

The course will cover the knowledge areas of communications, risk, and procurement by focusing on the processes of each knowledge area, inputs, outputs, tools and techniques including description on how affects projects in technology.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Dec 15; F; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2018-002
Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Preparation For Tech: (A) Reviewing the Framework, 5 Process Groups, Integration Management, Stakeholder Management and Scope Management

This first course in the series to prepare you for the PMP certification exam provides an overview of the framework of project management, the five project management process groups, and three of the ten knowledge areas. Best study practices, tools and techniques and practice exams are included. It is recommended but not required to take advantage of the training courses provided before attending the exam preparation series.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Oct 17; T; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2019-001
Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Preparation For Tech: (B) Reviewing the Areas of Focus in Time Management, Cost Management, and Quality Management.

The second course in the PMP exam preparation series reviews the key concepts of Time Management, Cost Management, and Quality Management. PMP Exam application preparation, best study practices, resource recommendations, and practice exams are a highlight of this session.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Oct 18; W; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2020-001
Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Preparation For Tech: (C) Reviewing the Areas of Focus in Human Resources Management, Communications Management, Risk Management and Procurement Management.

The third and last course in the PMP certification exam series prepares you by reviewing Human Resources Management, Communications Management, Risk Management, and Procurement Management. You will surely benefit from learning about best study practices, test taking strategies, examination simulations, and developing your own personal study plan.
(7 CDUs 7 PDUs)

- Section 1 - Oct 19; Th; 8:30 am - 4:30 pm; 1 mtg (Register Online)
Honolulu Community College; Laumatia; $600
course code: BUS2029-001