NOTE: This class is currently Virtual-only until further notice due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Designed for both employers and IUPAT members to provide the skills needed to compete in the increasingly competitive construction marketplace. It teaches core project management competencies as well as helping develop valuable personal and relationship skills, and is constantly updated to reflect the latest knowledge and trends.
This course combines distance and classroom learning, and prerequisites must be completed online before the three-day classroom portion. The class size is limited to between 15 and 25 members, so be sure to apply early once it is announced in your area.
Project Management Program topics include:
- Program overview
- Understanding your behavioral style
- Motivating your team
- Preparing the estimate
- Resolving conflict
- Planning the work
- Managing cost and production
- Managing change
- Diversity is the norm
- Managing customer relationships
- Your plan for continued learning
To register for the iFTI Project Management 2.1 Program, click on your class choice listed below to complete the enrollment application.
3 hour sessions on 3 consecutive days
12:00 – 3:00 pm EASTERN
*Class Size is Limited*
No classes are currently open for registration.
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