APR 275 - Sheet Metal Project Supervision
This course is an introduction to construction management skills as they apply to project supervision. Course content will include human relations and interpersonal skills, safety, problem solving and negotiation techniques, construction documents, estimating and planning, and scheduling and quality control.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Apply human relations skills to the project management role.
2. Identify the project manager's duties and responsibilities with respect to safety and loss prevention.
3. Explain the scope and purpose of the project supervision program.
4. Identify the root causes of performance problems and how to handle conflicts.
5. Identify and explain the eight negotiating techniques and how to respond to them.
6. Define commodities, engineered equipment, construction equipment, and construction supplies.
7. List the types of documents used on a project.
8. Create a step-by-step list of tasks that will complete a project.
9. Describe the purposes and benefits of using formal project schedules and why it is important to maintain schedules.
10. Describe the essential components of an effective quality control and assurance program or process.
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