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Course #12503 - Critical Path Fundamentals for Contractors

Course Expiration: May 30, 2019
Course Type: Contractor
Core Credit Hours: 3.0
Course Type: Electrician
Professional Credit Hours: 3.0
Course Type: Plumber
Professional Credit Hours: 3.0
Course Name: Critical Path Fundamentals for Contractors
Course Outline & Objectives:Course Outline ? Why the Critical Path Method (CPM) is important for contractors. ? Components of CPM ? How to manually create a CPM ? Computer options for CPM Course Objectives After completing the course, the student will be able to : ? Increase their business profitability and reduce their work-stress by utilizing the Critical Path Method (CPM). ? Effectively manage all of the activities in a construction project. ? Manually, or with a computer program, create a graphical view of the construction project to determine which activities: 1) are ?critical? in their effect on total project time; 2) follow after other activities; or 3) can go on at the same time as other activities. ? Meet target dates for construction projects at minimum cost.
Course Schedule October 28, 2017; November 18, 2017
Calendar Events
Date: 10/28/2017 Location: Salt Lake
Date: 11/18/2017 Location: Salt Lake
Keywords: Critical Path Method, CPM, Project scheduling
Location(s): Salt Lake
Teaching Method: Live
Company Name: Salt Lake Community College
Phone: 801-957-5223
Address: 9750 South 300 West, MFEC 211
City: Sandy
State: UT
Postal Code: 84070
Email Address: moani.campbell@slcc.edu
The Course Provider is: a recognized accredited college or university
Signup Link: http://www.slcc.edu/continuinged/programs/contractor-license-renewal.aspx
Instructor First Name: George
Instructor Last Name: Billings
Instructor License #:
Instructor Resume: Associate Professor Building Construction at Salt Lake Community College Division Chair, Division of Technical Specialties 2003 ? 2010 Implemented computerized instruction in Building Construction courses. Developed and implemented a unique construction field management course for Building Construction students. Administrator for Automotive, Building Construction/Construction Management, Diesel Systems Technologies and Culinary Arts programs at SLCC. Owned and managed his building construction business for 25 years.

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