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Construction Management

Certified Construction Manager (CCM)®

Construction Management is the planning, coordinating, and building of a project from conception to completion. This specialization is intended for Construction industry professionals, engineers, and architects looking to advance their careers.

The Certification Body :

CMAA® – The Construction Management Association of America

The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA®) is North America’s only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional Construction and Program Management. CMAA® has nearly 16,000 members which include individual CM practitioners, corporate members, and construction owners in the public and private sectors. It has 29 regional chapters.

Eligibility

  • At least one year experience in construction field.
  • 48 Months Responsible In Charge Experience (RIC).
  • An undergraduate or master’s degree from Civil / Mechanical / Electrical / Architecture / Construction / Chemical Stream
  • Or 14 Yrs. Experience in Construction field.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and tools of the construction industry in construction activities.
  • Perform standard tests, organize and interpret test data, and apply test results to improve construction processes.
  • Function effectively as members or leaders on construction teams.
  • Communicate effectively regarding subjects related to construction activities
  • Demonstrate a disposition to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.

Training Outline

  • Project Management
  • Contract Administration.
  • BIM & Sustainability.
  • Quality Management.
  • A-Series Contracts.
  • Professional Practice.
  • CM – at – Risk Contracts.
  • Safety & Risk Management.
  • Cost Management.
  • Program Management & Time Management