Project Management Training
The LMCI sponsors the Project Management Program to provide our employers and members of the IUPAT the skills to compete in the increasing competitive construction marketplace.
An organizations ability to attract, develop, effectively deploy, and retain knowledgeable, talented project managers is key to their achieving strategic objectives and success.
The program is a combination of Distance Learning & Classroom Instruction. Along with other topics, prerequisites are completed via distance learning. Completion of the prerequisites will be verified prior to arrival to the classroom portion of the program. The classroom portion of the program consist of three days, focusing on basic core competencies. The class is held from Thursday morning to mid-day Saturday. In addition to the material covered above participants learn to further develop their valuable personal and relationship skills.
The program is offered once annually in each United States regions and Canada. It is open to both union and contractor sides of the industry. Due to a limited class size applicants are encouraged to apply early once the class is announced in your area. Classes have a minimum of 15 and are limited to a maximum of 25 participants for maximum learning capabilities.
LMCI Project Management Program Topics
- Behavioral Preferences
- Estimating & Budgeting
- Labor Agreement Interpretation
- Turnover Process
- Managing Customer Expectations
- Conflict Resolution
- Trade Jurisdiction
- Quality Assurance & Control
- Cost Control & Tracking
- Action Planning
- Commercial Contract Administration
- Green Building
Registration for the LMCI Project Management Program is as easy as
clicking on your class choice listed below to complete the enrollment application.
|Cheektowaga, NY||April 11-12, 2017||District Council 4|
|Chicago, IL||April 17-18, 2017||FCAI / DC 14 / DC 30|
|San Leandro, CA||April 20-21, 2017||District Council 16|
|Portland, OR||May 22-23, 2017||District Council 5|
|Seattle, WA||May 24-25, 2017||District Council 5|
Contact the LMCI today at 888-934-6474 or lmci@LMCIonline.org.