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Introduction to Construction Project Management Class

We’re excited to offer this one-day class, developed to introduce the various components of Construction Project Management. The course identifies the fundamental knowledge and skills to successfully lead a project from beginning to end. The class describes the challenges in managing a project, and what it takes to run a successful job.

Who should attend:

Anyone involved with construction projects: Design Professionals, Estimators, Project Managers, Field Supervisors, Project Administrators, Administrative Personnel, Real Estate Professionals, Insurance Professionals, Attorneys, and anyone new to construction.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • The Construction Industry: Overview & Trends
  • Construction Projects and Players
  • Project Stages: An Overview
  • The Owner’s Feasibility: Does this Project Make Sense?
  • Project Delivery
  • Bidding and Awarding the Job
  • Introduction to Contracts
  • Project Documents: Plans & Specs
  • Pre-Construction and Mobilization
  • Creating and Using the Schedule
  • Buying Out the Job: Subcontracts
  • Build the Job
  • Changes in the Work/Change orders
  • Getting Paid
  • Claims, Disputes, and Mechanic’s Liens
  • Close-out and Occupancy

Each participant in the course will receive:

  • All written course materials and manuals are provided:
  • Workbook – Including Course Study Guide and Templates
  • Certificate of Participation
  • 6 Professional Development Units (PDUs) / Hours in Project Management Education

The primary objectives include learning:

  • Define the fundamental terminology of project management
  • Identify all process groups of the project management life cycle
  • Prioritize the primary project constraints of a project
  • Formulate an activities list required to produce the project’s deliverables and work packages
  • Build a project schedule, identify its critical path, and determine relative float/slack for activities
  • Identify key communication elements of a project
  • Assess key project risks and formulate action plans to minimize their exposure to the project
  • Identify and assess the necessary components of a job site safety and loss prevention program

The course includes:

Live Training, Work Book, PM Templates, PDU Class Certification, Lunch is provided


Apr 22 2024


9:00 am - 3:30 pm

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139 Gaither Drive, Suite I, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
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