This course presents the practices of good project management in the mechanical contracting industry. In its 10 day format, the course provides practice in fundamental tools as well as advanced concepts. This provides ample opportunity for those beginning their careers or moving from the field into project management to learn the tools they need to manage successful projects; and to fill the gaps and present new project management concepts for those with some experience.
This 10-day course for the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada is provided in association with the University of Waterloo. There are separate sessions on project estimating, communications, scheduling, claims, and more. Nine instructors, with related experience in the construction industry lead the participants through discussions, workshops, case studies and simulations.
This course has been approved by the Canadian Construction Association for credits for Gold Seal Project Manager accreditation, as well as registered by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Participants will gain practical skills to:
The Mechanical Contracting Project Management course is appropriate for individuals who are:
Specific trade knowledge is not required, but some experience in construction contracting is expected.
You will receive a course binder containing copies of presentation slides, exercises, case studies and suggested solutions, as well as parking, breakfast, and lunch each day.
Managing Individual Differences
Safety: A Management Perspective
Job Cost Control
Disputes Avoidance and Claims