|PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE|
| Spring '13|
|Construction Project Management: |
|Construction Project Scheduling||•||•|
|Construction Project Administration and Control Systems||•||•|
|Construction Project Management: |
Time, Cost and Scope
|Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management||•|
|Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills||•|
|The above schedule is subject to change. Courses start on various dates within each semester.|
|Fall schedule and registration available in June. Winter schedule and registration available in November. Spring/Summer schedule and registration available in March.|
Manage construction projects with the expertise you gain in this certificate program tailored specifically for the needs of the construction industry. Acquire a solid base of knowledge and project management tools, techniques, approaches and best practices as they relate to construction.
Gain specialized knowledge and skills in courses created especially for the construction industry. These skills are valuable in every aspect of construction through the application of proven project management processes.
The program has been designed for those who have experience in construction management environments who would like to acquire project management tools and techniques.
Required textbook: Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Fourth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2008, approx. $70+GST at the BookStore.
Course materials approx. $25+GST at the BookStore.
Earning Your Extension Certificate
Complete the six required courses (90 hours). You may also register in individual courses of interest.
The PMI Registered Education Provider logo and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Construction Project Management: An Overview
Managing construction projects requires unique industry experience and skill sets. Performance levels expected of project managers in construction can be quite different from other industries. Understand basic industry concepts and requirements. Acquire tools and techniques unique to the construction field and have the opportunity to apply them to sample projects.
|Subject code: XPRM 20024||15 Hours. Fee: $489|
|CRN 50546||2 classes||May 10-11||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.||Fri., Sat.|
Construction Project Scheduling
Learn how to develop the effective project schedules that are critical to the success of a construction project. Gain scheduling development, assessment and time management skills. Be able to efficiently and effectively schedule construction projects with confidence and rigour. Understand Critical Path Methodology project scheduling.
|Subject code: XPRM 20025||15 Hours. Fee: $489|
|CRN 50547||2 classes||May 10-11||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.||Fri., Sat.|
Construction Project Administration and Control Systems
Project managers have the ultimate responsibility for the successful delivery of projects in construction. Explore the skills and techniques required of the project manager to navigate through all phases of the construction project, from inception through completion, and be able to apply appropriate control systems to troubled projects.
|Subject code: XPRM 20026||15 Hours. Fee: $489|
|CRN 50548||2 classes||Jun. 21-22||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.||Fri., Sat.|
Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope
Managing the constraints of time, cost and scope is critical to construction project success. Acquire new techniques for managing projects within these constraints. Learn to set up project metrics, provide accurate forecasts and prioritize project scope for construction projects.
|Subject code: XPRM 20028||15 Hours. Fee: $489|
|CRN 50549||2 classes||Jun. 14-15||8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.||Fri., Sat.|
Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management
With increasingly complex designs, techniques and materials, today’s construction projects have significant safety and environmental implications. Learn to be both safety and environmentally conscious throughout all phases of the construction process, extending throughout the lifetime of the building. Understand and learn to apply current safety and environmental regulations.
|Subject code: XPRM 20027||This course will be offered in Winter 2014.|
Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills
Become both the manager and the leader your team needs you to be. Examine current leadership theory and distinguish between leadership and management. Learn about leadership attributes and how to apply them into day-to-day management. Discover how to create a shared vision, foster team collaboration and promote shared leadership.
|Subject code: XPRM 20029||This course will be offered in Winter 2014.|