Construction Project Manager Course
 
DECEMBER 9-14, 2018  |  DALLAS, TEXAS  -  Only 40 Seats Available
EARLY REGISTRATION RATES END SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

In the competitive construction industry, the need for training is more vital than ever. Organizations that devote resources to professional development are more likely to see higher productivity and greater efficiency. On-the-job training can provide crucial knowledge to perform tasks at hand, but the best professionals constantly seek to learn about new techniques and technologies to improve their performance on site and in the office.

The AGC Construction Project Manager Course (PMC) provides project managers the chance to hone the skills necessary to work more efficiently, increase productivity and propel your construction business to the next level.

PMC provides the ideal opportunity for project managers to gain the crucial knowledge and leadership skills to stay competitive. This program will provide participants with skills they can immediately implement on the job and in the field. Everyone who goes through the program has something to gain over an intense week of workshops, assignments and team building activities.

PMC participants experience an interactive program that explores 13 critical areas of project management that seasoned project managers tackle on a daily basis. PMC provides participants with practical solutions to current industry challenges they can take back to immediately impact performance and improve project results.

PARTICIPANT PROFILE
Ideal candidates for this course are project managers who:
  • Have a minimum of six (6) years of experience working in the construction industry; or
  • Have a Bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of experience working in the construction industry
In order to provide the highest quality educational experience, this course is limited to 40 participants.
“The most challenging part of the experience was learning that you’re doing things wrong,...This course has reinforced what I’ve done really well and also made me aware of what I’ve done poorly.”
Tom Daniel
Project Manager
T.A. Loving Company
“There’s alot you know, but you may not be implementing it correctly, or there’s alot you know that you’ve forgotten that you need to bring to the table and move forward with it.”
Julie Leonard
Project Manager
STG, Inc.
 
“To know that my boss was even willing to invest in me to bring me to a program like this reassures me I must be doing my job well, but there is always room for improvment.”
April Cooper
Project Manager
Ray Black & Son, Inc.