CONSTRUCTION 201 – A deeper dive into the basics for those working in the industry BUT not trained in the industry- (4 day course)
February 15 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 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 on February 15, 17, 21 & 24 from 4 to 6 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, punchlist, inspections, and safety management.
Instructed by Kelly Wallace, Director of Field Operations, Bozzuto Construction