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How to Bring AGC's LCEP to You

AGC's Lean Construction Education Program is designed for local delivery—whether at a local AGC Chapter, within your construction firm, or at your local community college or joint-apprenticeship training program.

AGC of America, along with industry experts, develops instructor and participant resources for the delivery of this training—ensuring the same quality program no matter where it is offered across the country.

Where do I start?

If You’re at a Construction Firm

AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program may already be available at an AGC Chapter near you. View a listing of currently scheduled courses or contact your local AGC Chapter to learn more.

View the course descriptions to learn more about what is in each Lean Construction Education Program course or purchase the Participant’s Manuals and Instructor’s Guides through the AGC Store.

AGC must have a signed copy of this form from any organization prior to a course being held.

Potential instructors must become approved by AGC of America to deliver this training. Courses facilitated without an approved instructor will not be entered in the national database and will not count toward the requirements for the credential.

The approval process includes a review of the relevant Instructor’s Guides and Participant’s Manuals, viewing an orientation webinar, and submittal of application and CV for approval. More information on the instructor approval process and the requirements forms can be found in the Instructor Resources section.

AGCA maintains a listing of currently approved instructors that can be obtained by emailing curriculum@agc.org.

We suggest that you have at least 10-15 individuals that you wish to take each course (or the entire five course program) to encourage maximum participation.

AGC Member pricing is available on all manuals so be sure to login to find out what your pricing will be.

AGC provides certificate templates and other resources you need on the course date.

Following the course send us the original Participant’s Registration forms out of the back of the Participant’s Manual and we'll keep a record of all your participants. Also be sure to direct your participants to the online evaluation found at www.agc.org/lean-evaluations. Course administrators/instructors should email their completed roster to curriculum@agc.org following the completion of the course. This roster will be used, in addition to the Participant Registration and Evaluation online survey, to verify contact and completion information. 

  1. See if the training is offered locally.
  2. Determine which courses are right for your company.
  3. Sign and return the Lean Construction Education Program Administration Requirements to AGC of America.
  4. Take the steps to become or find an approved instructor
  5. Identify participants.
  6. Purchase your course books from the AGC Store or over the phone at 1-800-242-1767.
  7. Host your course!

Not seeing the right solution for you? Have questions?

There are several other creative options to access training or to launch Lean Construction Education Program courses at your location. Contact AGC at curriculum@agc.org to learn more about ways that we can put you in contact with instructors and help you host courses.

If You’re at an Educational Institution

Several different things may come of this—AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program may already be available at an AGC Chapter near you or this may open up a way to partner with the local contractor community and reach more individuals. View a listing of currently scheduled courses to see where Lean Construction Education Program courses are being held or contact your local AGC Chapter to learn more.

The Instructor's Guides provide a detailed look at the contents of each course, providing the instructor with lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, discussion guides and answers to worksheets and case studies. The Participant’s Manual, accompanies the Instructor’s Guide and is sold separately for each participant and, provides the instructor with the narrative course material that participants will reference throughout the class. These resources are designed to work in tandem and both are necessary to fully review the course content.

Course manuals can be purchased through the AGC Store. View the course descriptions to learn more about what is in each unit.

Potential instructors must become approved by AGC of America to deliver this training. Courses facilitated without an approved instructor will not be entered in the national database and will not count toward the requirements for the credential.

The approval process includes a review of the relevant Instructor’s Guides and Participant’s Manuals, viewing an orientation webinar, and submittal of application and CV for approval. More information on the instructor approval process and the requirements forms can be found in the Instructor Resources section.

AGCA maintains a listing of currently approved instructors that can be obtained by emailing curriculum@agc.org.

AGC must have a signed copy of this form from any organization prior to a course being held.

Consider offering credit toward a degree or certificate program. Contact AGC at curriculum@agc.org to help figure out what is right for you.

AGC Member pricing is available on all manuals so be sure to login to find out what your pricing will be.

We suggest that each class have at least 10-15 individuals to encourage maximum participation.

AGC provides certificate templates and other resources you need on the course date.

Following the course send us the original Participant’s Registration forms out of the back of the Participant’s Manual and we'll keep a record of all your participants. Also be sure to direct your participants to the online evaluation found at www.agc.org/lean-evaluations.

  1. Consider contacting your local AGC Chapter
  2. Purchase Instructor's Guide Packets for the courses you're interested in offering.
  3. Take the steps to become or find an approved instructor
  4. Sign and return the Lean Construction Education Program Administration Requirements to AGC of America.
  5. Schedule the courses
  6. Purchase your course books from the AGC Store or over the phone at 1-800-242-1767.
  7. Host your course!

Not seeing the right solution for you? Have questions?

There are several other creative options to access training or to launch Lean Construction Education Program courses at your location. Contact AGC at curriculum@agc.org to learn more about ways that we can put you in contact with instructors and help you host courses.

These Don’t Fit Me

Contact us—we’d love to help you bring AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program to you! There are several other creative options to access training or to launch Lean Construction Education Program courses at your location. Email AGC at curriculum@agc.org to learn more about ways that we can put you in contact with instructors and help you host courses.

AGC Chapters

Learn more about AGC’s Lean Construction Education Program on the Chapter Exchange or by emailing curriculum@agc.org.

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