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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) Unit 4: Executing - 5/23/24

Date(s): May 23, 2024

Time: 8:00 AM  EST - 4:00 PM  EST


 
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  Per Unit Full Program (Units 1-5)
Member $350 $1750
Non-Member $550 $2750

Who Should Attend:  The Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) is for early-career project managers or those looking to move into such a role.  Professionals with less than two years of project-related experience in the commercial construction industry, experienced construction specialists considering a career move into a PM role, and individuals working in companies that have adopted a team-based management structure for projects.


Unit 4 Overview:  Presenting the third process group of Project Management: Executing. This unit introduces contract management in the construction industry. Project Managers learn the steps to creating a contract, reviewing contract documents, and identifying the difference between contractors and subcontractors. This section also addresses how to bill during a project, the reason(s) for contract termination, and the steps to contract termination. Section Two of this unit covers effective implementation of the project.


Course objectives include:

  • Discuss contract language related to a construction project
  • Identify techniques for negotiating contracts and subcontracts
  • Identify the standard documents included in a construction contract
  • Explain the process of subcontractor and owner billing
  • Discuss the purpose of a mechanic’s lien for security interest
  • Identify the circumstances that lead to contract termination
  • Describe how to use the schedule as a tool during the Execution process group of Project Management
  • Discuss the importance of tracking the Estimate against project costs
  • Summarize the steps to acquiring and developing a project team
  • Describe how to effectively implement communication plans during the Execution process group of Project Management
  • Describe the process for distributing documentation during a project
  • Discuss how to implement risk responses to previously identified project risks
  • Discuss how to implement responses to newly identified risks during the execution of a project
  • Identify the process for purchasing and procurement of project materials
  • Explain the importance of proper material handling and storage
  • Explain the importance of the Uniform Commercial Code
  • Discuss the challenges of selecting equipment for a construction project
  • Explain how to process requests for information between stakeholders
  • Identify techniques for managing routine and surprise inspections
Instructor: 
  
Jim Miller, Project Executive with Baron Malow

Full Course Objectives:  Brochure Located Here 

PMDP is a nationally recognized training standard.
Individuals who complete all five PMDP courses will receive an AGC Project Manager Development Program Certificate of Completion.

 
Full Project Manager Development
Program Schedule
Thursdays
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Unit 1: Introduction to Project Management April 11
Unit 2: Initiating and Planning (Part 1) April 25
Unit 3: Initiating and Planning (Part 2) May 9
Unit 4: Executing May 23
Unit 5: Monitoring and Controlling and Project Closeout June 6

Register for all 5 Units by using the
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The 40-hour, five-unit program covers the basics of project management and provides tactics and strategies for ensuring project success.  The program covers the essentials of project management and provides a solid foundation for long-term career development. 

CANCELATION POLICY:  

All cancelations within 24 hours of class will be subject to a $50 cancelation fee. 




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