This course will teach students about Resource Management skills necessary to identify the key players in the project and how to prepare and deliver focused presentations. Students will learn the details of Information and Communication Technology, and Project Information Management Systems to communicate with teams and corporate stakeholders. Students will also learn how Risk Management tools and techniques like Fault Tree Analysis, Risk Identification, and Failure Modes and Effects Analysis are used to mitigate risk events from occurring. This class also includes Procurement Management methods for understanding the Contractor vs. Owner perspective, Supply Chain, generating SOW’s, and how to Monitor and Control projects through closure.
Number of Units: 2.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This continuing education course is intended for those who seek to an understanding of a project manager's role within the construction industry.
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Number of Sessions: 8
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