AGC Education Foundation - Upcoming Classes

CTS Unit A: Reading Blueprints (T/Th 1/6-2/5) 5pm-8pm Tacoma
This is the first unit in the Construction Technical Skills estimating program. Gain confidence when working with plans. This course thoroughly introduces construction drawing organization. Learn how to find desired information in drawings how plans are organized and to recognize symbols and terminology. Make sure you sign up today as this course will not be offered again until Fall 2009.

Finance for Project Managers (1/21/09) 9am-12pm Seattle
Learn to use financial information available to you to make your job more profitable in this workshop presented by Moss-Adams LLP. Understanding basic accounting reports is a fundamental requirement for most managers. So should be maintaining a positive relationship with the financial professionals with which you work. You will know how to communicate effectively to get the information you need to make your jobs more profitable.

Win More Client Interviews (1/22/09) 8am-12pm Seattle
You have already submitted a winning proposal and now it is time to get ready for the interview. Customers want to be convinced that you know the project and you have a solid approach for meeting their needs. Craft the win strategy that captures their attention. Present your point of view with confidence and pizzazz. Discover tips to sell you companys capabilities and really capture the customers attention. Presented by Cynthia Paul Managing Director FMI

GC/CM: General Contractor/Construction Manager (1/29/09 & 1/30/09) 8am-5pm Seattle
Back by popular demand this is your chance to attend the GC/CM workshop sponsored by the Mechanical Contractors Association of Western Washington the AGC Education Foundation and the University of Washington. The GC/CM form of public works construction contract is being made available to a greater variety of projects and owners. Find out more about how you as an owner or contractor can be successful with this type of contract administration. This 2-day workshop will cover The New Law & What It Means to You on day one and Instruction & Team Activities on day two. There will be a CPARB and Project Review Committee overview and discussion regarding data collection requirements. Lunch will be provided each day.

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