By KERRY SMITH, EDITOR, ST. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION NEWS AND REVIEW MAGAZINE
Individuals interested in acquiring education in how to work as an effective construction project manager are invited to learn this specialization from the Associated General Contractors of Missouri.
AGCMO is offering a five-unit, interactive, online curriculum in project management beginning this week through July 28 from 8 a.m. to 1 pm. AGCMO President Leonard Toenjes says the AGC Edge Project Manager Development Program provides the necessary skills and knowledge to increase one’s ability to work successfully with others to ensure project success.
The five courses instruct attendees in the basics of project management and provide tactics and strategies for ensuring project success. Toenjes says the virtual education offers construction-specific training developed and field-tested by and for contractors.
The units included in the program are: 1) An introduction to the basics of project management; 2) Initiating and Planning Part 1; 3) Initiating and Planning Part 2; 4) Executing; and 5) Monitoring, Controlling and Project Closeout.
The cost is $1,695 for AGC members and $2,375 for non-members.
For more information, contact education[@]agc.org.