CONSTRUCTION 201 – A deeper dive into the basics for those working in the industry but NOT trained in the industry (4 day course)
November 30, 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
NOTE: THIS CLASS IS A FOLLOW UP TO THE CONSTRUCTION 101 TRAINING ABC OFFERS. IT IS NOT A PREREQUISITE, BUT IS ENCOURAGED PRIOR TO TAKING THE 201 TRAINING.
This class will meet virtually via Zoom on Nov. 29, Dec. 1, 6 & 8 from 3 to 4:30 pm.
Ever wish you knew more about the construction industry? How about your accountant, business development professional or your office manager – does their lack of first-hand experience hold them back from achieving all you hope them to? If so, this program is for you! This four-session course is part two in the series and will help the participant gain a better understanding of the industry and how ‘things work.’ Learn key terminology, industry standards, & Project Management processes.
- Administrative Professionals
- Assistant Project Managers
- Assistant Superintendents
- Communications/Marketing Professionals
- Business Development/Sales Professionals
This course has been designed as a follow up to and builds on the Construction 101 course and provides a deeper dive into Project Management and Superintendent fundamentals. Students will learn how construction firms manage the construction process from set up to turn over and will gain a basic understanding on how projects are managed from the field. Key topics include document management & control, project management tools, material tracking, contracts, change orders, submittals, progress schedules, site utilization, subcontractor coordination, punch list, inspections, and safety management.
Instructed by Kelly Wallace, Director of Field Operations, Bozzuto Construction