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ULC Course Description

Control Number: 80
Course Number: 46NWA01A
CEUs: 2.1     PDHs: 21.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
The course objective of this course is to enforce contract clauses and technical provisions with respect to project schedules. USACE manages thousands of construction projects which requires contractors to manage schedule performance using sophisticated network scheduling techniques. In this context, it is paramount USACE construction agents perform effective professional schedule performance management consistent with contract requirements and industry best practices using Oracle’s Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management software. This course is recommended for the construction management team in schedule performance management.

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify the FAR Clauses that affect schedule management; identify the requirements of UFGS (Unified Facilities Guide Specifications) for Project Schedules; identify critical terms and principles for project scheduling; express the basic processes to develop a Network schedule; develop network from the list of activities showing logic, early and late dates, float, and longest path for Class; identify the important aspects of the Preliminary Project Schedules (PPS); using the Primavera P6 software and class workshop, analyze the Initial Project Schedule; utilizing the Primavera Schedules P6 and classroom exercises, identify changes, discrepancies, common issues between schedule updates; utilizing Primavera P6 and classroom exercises, analyze schedule updates using baselines and Claim Digger; utilizing examples of classroom exercises and Primavera P6 software, analyze time impact using fragnets and CPM schedules; identify case law relating to construction scheduling and delay claims; and identify common scheduling claim issues.

Nominees must be assigned to occupational Series 0800. This is a software/computer intensive course – students MUST be proficient in the use of computers. This course is designed for USACE Project and Resident engineers and District, Division, Branch, and Section heads of construction. Students need to have prior knowledge of network scheduling and Primavera P6 software. Students are required to have their own laptop with the Primavera P6 software loaded and operating.


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SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
2Huntsville, AL4/8/20244/11/20240
3Huntsville, AL4/29/20245/2/20240
4Huntsville, AL6/24/20246/27/20241
5Huntsville, AL7/29/20248/1/20244
6Huntsville, AL4/29/20245/2/20249
7Huntsville, AL4/29/20245/2/20244