Theory: construction projects cases will be included in every module of this training to reinforce the skills being taught. The cases will be built on the information you have learned in the modules and allow you to add your own research. One of the learning methods is to get the cases peer-reviewed by the classmates with instructions on how to effectively utilize the brain storming methodology to increase the learning curves. Throughout this training, participants will gain comprehensive industry knowledge along with the latest trends and development within the construction industry. The six (6) modules will cover the major facets of construction management including project initiation and planning, scheduling techniques and procedures, cost estimating and control, and construction project financials.
After students complete this training, they will have gained significant skills and tools to stay relevant and ahead of the curve in the world of construction management. student will be able create a work-breakdown structure, build a project schedule, work on a project plan, create a project budget, identify risk, and assign responsibility for those risks.
Practicum: Students must complete three (3) Construction Management related reports.
Introduction to Construction Management by Routledge.
Course duration: 50 hrs
Course fees: $950
Introduction to Construction Management
What is Construction Management?
Job Site Management
Measurement in Construction Estimation
Safety in Construction
Liabilities in Construction
Construction projects can be costly, time-consuming, and full of liability. Construction projects won’t be free of liability. Several points need to be considered, e.g.
Workers’ Injuries, Property Damage, Labor Violations, Contract Violations and many more. The Bottom Line is Construction can carry many liabilities, but with the right planning, tools, and team behind you, you’ll be able to successfully navigate any issues and avoid liability as much as possible. Keep the workplace safe and always check the contractor's credentials before making a hiring decision.