Primavera Risk Analysis

Primavera Risk Analysis 2018-07-11T21:02:11+00:00

Primavera Risk Analysis

Duration: 2 days

Our Primavera Risk Analysis course gives a detailed introduction to the schedule and risk analysis features of Primavera Risk Analysis.

It shows the powerful features of the tool and give hands on practice throughout the course to ensure you can confidentially put your new skills into practice back in the workplace.

This course is designed for new users of Primavera Risk Analysis, and no previous experience is required. You should however be familiar with risk management processes and terminology.

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Import schedules into PRA
  • Add three point estimates onto plans
  • Perform schedule and cost analysis
  • Use templated quick risk
  • Run risk analysis
  • Interpret results from the Risk Histogram and Tornado graph
  • Add task percentiles to a Gantt chart
  • Set up a risk register
  • Add qualitative and quantitative risks
  • Link risk to activities in the plan
  • Create reports
  • Use the Distribution Analyser
  • Importing MSP and Primavera Schedules
  • Running import checks
  • Checking schedule integrity
  • 3 point estimating
  • Entering uncertainly
  • Different distributions
  • Using quick risk
  • Updating plan
  • Importing plans with 3 point estimates
  • Resource loadings
  • Creating 3 point cost estimates
  • Resource distributions and escalations
  • Simple cost estimates
  • Setting up and applying templated quick risk
  • Assessing risk at WBS level
  • Running risk analysis
  • Interpreting results on the Risk Histogram
  • Setting analysis options
  • Setting task percentile options
  • Including task percentiles on the Gantt chart
  • Creating a Tornado graph
  • Viewing sensitivity
  • Analysing sensitivity against activities
  • Setting Schema levels
  • Defining criteria and tolerances
  • Setting up a Risk Breakdown Structure (RBS)
  • Working with manageability and proximity
  • Saving scoring matrices
  • Adding custom fields
  • Exporting to Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Setting risk IDs
  • Adding risk cause, description and effect
  • Setting up risk details
  • Entering mitigation actions
  • Linking risks to activities
  • Adding schedule and cost impacts
  • Defining how multiple risks impact
  • Correlation
  • Adding mitigation actions to your plan as tasks
  • Linking tasks to mitigation actions
  • Progressing risks
  • Importing progressed plans
  • Linking register to progressed plans
  • Risk history
  • The Waterfall chart
  • Exporting the risk register
  • Running reports
  • Creating new reports
  • Using the distribution analyser
  • Comparing dates and cost
I can now assess the use of the tool on upcoming projects and for future works.
Dale, Costain
I can now apply this knowledge to working with the planners on my next job.
Katie, Costain