Save money on your projects by learning to effectively manage your project's schedule and resources. Effective planning, scheduling, and control, is the difference between being on time, or behind time; making money or losing money; being stressed-out or stress-free.
This Gold Seal accredited course will provide you with the fundamental skills and knowledge required to successfully plan, schedule, and most importantly control simple to complex construction projects.
Four of the ten classes will be spent at George Brown College learning scheduling software techniques and their application.
Through this course you will learn to:
- Manage projects so they are on time and manage resources effectively
- Analyze and determine sequence and duration of construction activities
- Apply change, claim management principles and conduct time impact analysis
- Plan construction activities for various building projects
- Produce critical path method (CPM) schedules using computerized scheduling methods
- Develop a schedule suitable for an request for proposal (RFP)
- Develop a construction plan and schedule (baseline schedule)
- Develop effective short term look-ahead schedules
- Analyze performance and productivity information for use in planning future projects.
- Communicate construction project information effectively in graphic and written format
- Manage time, cost, quantity, and quality performance
Who should Attend: Project Coordinators, Assistant Superintendents, Superintendents, Assistant Project Managers, Sub-contractors, Project Managers, M&E coordinators, LEED coordinators, BIM coordinators, Architects and Designers, Estimators, Field Engineers, or anyone involved in the management of construction projects.
and George Brown College
Tom has been a full time Professor at George Brown College since 1991, and also taught at U of T and Ryerson. He has written a best seller textbook, and is currently writing a textbook on Planning Scheduling and Control of Construction Projects. He is active with BILD, OHBA and CHBA.