Construction Management- AIC Associate Constructor- Level I Prep
This program is for those interested in becoming certified as an AIC Associate Constructor-Level 1 (topics and materials focused on [optional]) exam preparation), and/or for those individuals interested in a robust Construction Management Training Program. Program is recommended for either experienced practitioners or for new candidates interested in entering the Construction Management Industry. Sample topics are; Engineering Concepts, Construction Management Concepts, Construction Materials/Methods/Plans & Specs, Bidding & Estimating, Budgeting/Costs & Cost Control, Planning & Scheduling, Construction Safety, Construction Surveying & Project Layout, Project Administration, Communication Skills/Oral & Written, Summary & Review.
Course will provide a combination of lecture, self-evaluation, discussion, case study, work breakouts, and real-world examples of Construction Management Industry Practice. Program includes exam practice and review. At the conclusion, the participants will have ability to recognize and understand the major Construction Management Principle Concepts & Components and will be better prepared for the Certification Examination (optional) for Level 1- Associate Constructors.
Note: The AIC Exam is an optional and separate event and is presented by the American institute of Constructors, Constructor Certification Commission, and held at CCSU Main Campus, two times per year, during fall and spring session. An application and additional examination fees must be submitted to AIC prior to the examination date.
For examination information, contact Joseph R. Sapp, Operations Manager
American Institute of Constructors & Constructor Certification Commission, 703.683.4999 x224 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is WIA approved, Program ID number 07340
||February 22, 23 March 01, 02, 08, 09, 15, 16, 22, 23
||8:30 am – 12:30 pm Fridays & Saturdays
|| ITBD – 185 Main St., New Britain
|| Dr. Jacob Kovel
Instructor Jacob Kovel holds many titles: Ph.D., professional engineer, lieutenant colonel, associate professor of manufacturing and construction management. But to his CCSU students, sometimes he's a benevolent drill sergeant firmly guiding them with a golden teaching principle: Practice, Practice, Practice. Rigorous thinking and re-thinking is part of the drill, because, he believes, acquiring or perfecting skills rarely happens the first time around. "I hate to lecture," he laughs easily. "I like to ask questions and have students answer out loud, because they remember better when actively involved in learning. My role is to introduce new concepts and to facilitate the absorption of ideas through discussion and practical exercises."