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Thursday, May 9, 2024

Project Manager Development Program (PMDP) Unit 3: Initiating and Planning (Part 2) - 5/9/24

Date(s): May 9, 2024

Time: 8:00 AM  EST - 4:00 PM  EST


 
Register for all 5 Units by using the
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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 3 Overview:  A continuation of Unit 2, Initiating and Planning, Part 1. This unit covers determining project cost to include Estimates, Bids and final Budget, in depth. Instructors will teach Project Managers how to identify project resources and develop plans for quality, team acquisition, communication management, identifying and managing risk, project procurement, and stakeholder management.


Course objectives include:

  • Explain the difference between a Budget, an Estimate, and a Bid
  • List the steps to create an Estimate in chronological order
  • Identify the differences between the components of an Estimate
  • List the characteristics of an effective Estimate
  • List the documents included in a completed Estimate
  • Describe the differences between a contractor and a subcontractor
  • Determine overhead costs and factor them into Estimates
  • Explain the benefits of implementing Value Engineering
  • List the steps to create a Bid in chronological order
  • List the documents included in a completed Bid
  • List the items developed during the Planning process group of Project Management
  • Identify the elements of a Quality Plan for a construction project
  • Identify the elements of a Team Acquisition Plan for a construction project
  • Identify the elements of a Communication Management Plan for a construction project
  • Identify the elements of a Risk Management Plan for a construction project
  • Identify the elements of a Project Procurement Plan for a construction project
  • Identify the elements of a Stakeholder Management Plan for a construction project
  • Identify planning resources used by the Project Manager
Instructor:
  Jerry Baker, President with W. H. Stovall

Chris Gerarge, President of Vanwin Coatings

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
Full Program Registration button.

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. 

Valley District Sporting Clays & Spring Fling 5/9/24

Date(s): May 9, 2024

Time: 2:00 PM  EST - 7:00 PM  EST

Event-Specific Questions?
Bobby Walker III
Email: bobby@agcva.org
Phone: 804-364-5504 x230

Member Registration: 
$100 Sporting Clays & Spring Fling
$80 Sporting Clays ONLY
$40 Spring Fling ONLY
Non-Member Registration:

$160 Sporting Clays & Spring Fling
$130 Sporting Clays ONLY
$80 Spring Fling ONLY

Deadline to Register: May 1 at 5:00 p.m.

Join us for the Valley District's spring favorite; Sporting Clays & Spring Fling. And by spring fling, we mean STEAK dinner with grilled to perfection by our talented chefs. The sporting clays tournament will begin at 2:00 p.m. at the Flying Rabbit with the Spring Fling starting at 5:30 p.m. at The Pavilion at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. Whether you're a seasoned shooter or just looking for a fun day out, this event promises a perfect blend of adrenaline-fueled action and delicious food.
 
Sporting Clays & Spring Fling registration includes: 50 shots, 2 boxes of ammo, eye and ear protection, first come/first served for push carts, water/gatorade during the shoot, beverages after the shoot, steak dinner with sides and beverages.             

Sporting Clays ONLY registration inlcudes: 50 shots, 2 boxes of ammo, eye and ear protection, first come/first served for push carts, water/gatorade during the shoot, beverages after the shoot.

Spring Fling ONLY registration includes: steak dinner with sides and beverages. 




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