September 8-12, 2020 / October 21 – 24, 2020
Purdue University Campus
Registration Opening January 2019
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The IEC Project Management Institute is 80 hours of instruction in two non-concurrent 40-hour sessions with an interim period between classes for applied assignments and reporting. This intensive management education program is held at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana by Kirk Alter. Classes are in session from 8:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. with a welcoming dinner and reception on Tuesday evening and a closing graduation banquet at the end of the course.
Class size is limited to provide an interactive experience and to allow the faculty to be fully available to the attendees.
The IEC Project Management Institute was designed by and specifically for today's contractors. Owners, project managers, estimators, and any employee involved in managing projects are recommended to attend. Refer to the following on why it is beneficial to attend these courses:
- Attendees will learn how to utilize and develop tools that will improve profitability and productivity as well as increase customer satisfaction.
- Interactive course focused on application.
- Course instructors are from the nationally recognized Department of Building and Construction Management at Purdue University and hold over 80 years combined project management experience.
- Class specifically focuses on project management - using real examples and case studies.
- Participants will obtain management tools that will positively impact their firm.
- The Electrical Project Management Institute is 80 hours of instruction in two non-concurrent 40-hour sessions with an interim period between classes for applied assignments and reporting.
- Classes are in session from 8:00 am through 9:00 pm with a welcoming dinner and reception and a closing and graduation banquet.
- Class size is limited to provide an interactive experience and to allow faculty to be fully available to the attendees.
- You will be expected to participate in the class during the first week, go home and apply what you have learned, as well as complete some assignments while away from the class, come back for the second week, and complete an examination at the end of that week.
Course topics include, but not limited to:
- Everybody Sells
- Total Quality Management
- What's the Bottom Line?
- Make the Contract Work For You
- Project Building Blocks: The Estimate
- Managing Change on the Project
- Using Technology to Gain Profit
- Profitability in Planning & Scheduling
- Get Ahead and Stay Ahead - Frontloading
- Project Turnover
- Negotiation Strategies & Techniques
- Materials Management
- And more...
For more information, please contact Patrick Merkel, IEC National's Director of Education