Project Management for the Industrial Painting Contractor (PRO MGMT)
Duration: 2 days / 16 hours- Includes Multi-Part Written Exam
Class Times: 8:00-5:00
Cost: Member $620, Non-Member $820
Credits: 1.5 CEUs
Certification Terms: N/A
Written Exam Retake Fee: $100 member; $200 non-member
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This course offers a fundamental introduction to those project management concepts used on industrial painting projects. Those new to or interested in becoming project managers in industrial painting can learn more about:
- Generating new business
- Reviewing contracts
- Navigating employee relations
- Building safety into the job
Economics and other issues that may have legal and financial implications for the project are also covered and “hands-on” exercises in the complex challenges of bid formats, project coordination on the job-site, and risk planning are featured. Project Management for the Industrial Painting Contractor is not a source of legal or financial advice and it doesn't advocate a “set format” for running a business, but it does provide attendees with those basic skills required to run jobs more smoothly and profitably in the future.
Module 1: Introduction to Project Management
- What is Project Management?
- Definition of a Project
- Role of the Project Manager in Industrial Painting
Module 2: Initiating a Project
- Project Lifecycle
- Where do Projects Come From?
- Bidding Pitfalls
Module 3: Project Planning
- Contract Checklist
- Risk Mitigation
- Customer Acceptance
Module 4: Project Execution
- Establishing the Project Team
- Communicating Project Parameters
- Employee Relations
- Cost Tracking
- Risk Management
- Project Acceptance and Close-out
Benefits of Attending
After attending this course, you will be able to:
- Explain the properties of a project
- Differentiate between a project and a process
- Define the project lifecycle
- Define the concept of project management
- Recognize the project manager’s role in the industrial painting industry
- Recognize various sources of business
- Discuss the value of customer service
- Recognize important elements of bid documents
- Define different bid/contract formats
- Apply historical cost and resource considerations to the bidding process
- Identify the interaction among scope, time, and cost
- Develop a project plan
- Develop a basic project schedule
- Identify & assess risks
- Determine the impact of working safely
- Assemble an effective project team
- Communicate project parameters effectively
- Manage project employee relations
- Assess and manage project risks
- Effectively close out a project
Students and instructor discuss all aspects of successful project management from identifying potential jobs and navigating the bidding process through planning, execution, and acceptance and close-out. This is supplemented by workshops that sample key issues project managers face every day. The afternoon of Day 2 is devoted to a multi-part exam in which participants demonstrate what they’ve learned in the classroom by resolving a “real-world” project management scenario.To receive a certificate and CEUs you must attend all 16 hours of the course and attain a 70% or better score on the exam.
To receive a certificate and CEUs you must attend all 16 hours of the course and attain a 70% or better score on the exam.
Who Should Attend
Industrial and commercial painting contractor project managers, quality managers, and contractor supervisory level personnel with prior exposure to contract management and project planning.
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These SSPC courses are strongly recommended as prerequisites for anyone taking Project Management for the Industrial Painting Contractor.
Evaluating Common Coating Contract Clauses and Quality Control Supervisor (QCS)