They are like business owners in that they all want the same things: satisfied customers, quality work, met schedule and achieved profits. The AWCI Project Manager Development Series takes your project managers to their next level. New Project Managers learn critical lessons to be effective while experienced project managers learn new leadership skills.
This AWCI Project Manager Development Series is for anyone who wants to learn and improve their project management skills. People in the wall and ceiling industry who would best benefit from this series are:
The goal of this program is to provide skills-based education that will enable your project managers along the continuum from project witness to project owner who feel a personalized stake in the project. The AWCI Project Manager Development Series gives them the tools to succeed.
This AWCI Project Manager Development Series is for anyone who wants to learn and improve his or her project management skills. People in the wall and ceiling industry who would best benefit from this series are:
Here are some of the documents provided in the course:
AWCI’s Project Manager Development Series is taught by a combination of recognized industry consultants and experienced wall and ceiling construction contractors. These instructors are committed to bringing their wall and ceiling industry expertise to you.
Once a participant completes and passes all assessments, he or she will receive a certificate of recognition from AWCI as having successfully taken and completed the AWCI Project Manager Development Series.
AWCI will award credentials, AWCI-PM which denotes the participant completed the course with distinction with an average test score of 80 percent or higher.
Participants who complete the course will be listed on the National Registry
The $600 member registration fee ($1,200 for non-member) includes the following:
Please note that you will have six months from the date you receive your course login email from AWCI to complete the course. Course fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
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