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STP 2015 Edition, Unit 6

Risk Management and Problem Solving

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course covers the pre-construction process and teaches how project estimates are compiled, how to compare actual project costs with those estimated, and how to control costs to meet the estimate. Participants also will learn how working with project partners can manage the costs and how post-project evaluations can provide a template for future projects.

Sponsor: AGC of Wisconsin
Location: AGC of Wisconsin Office
City: Madison
State: WI
Flyer: Info
Registration: http://web.agcwi.org/events/SUPERVISORY-TRAINING-PROGRAM-Unit-6-Risk-Management-Problem-Solving-155/details
Instructor: Paul Bartleson
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jackie Troia
Contact Email: jtroia@agcwi.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 3

Planning and Scheduling

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course teaches supervisors how to identify problems and their causes, and learn techniques for solving them. Participants also learn the important - and costly - differences between reactive and proactive decision-making. The last session focuses on handling risks, emergencies, and crisis situations.

Sponsor: AGC of Wisconsin
Location: Riley Construction Office
City: Kenosha
State: WI
Flyer: Info
Registration: http://web.agcwi.org/events/SUPERVISORY-TRAINING-PROGRAM-Unit-3-Planning-and-Scheduling-158/details
Instructor: Paul Miller
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jackie Troia
Contact Email: jtroia@agcwi.org

STP Unit 4

Contract Documents and Construction Law

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to contract documents and construction law so that supervisors recognize the roles and responsibilities of all contracted parties and learn to use contract documents to solve problems and resolve conflicts. Participants will learn good documentation practices, how to manage general conditions, how to resolve differing site conditions, among many other practices that help smooth the way to successful project.

Sponsor: AGC Georgia
Location: AGC Georgia Training Center, 1940 The Exchange
City: Atlanta
State: GA
Flyer: Info
Registration:
Instructor: Zack Rippeon
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Cindy Parham
Contact Email: parham@agcga.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 2

Oral and Written Communication

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role- from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course presents a body of knowledge and skills that today's construction supervisors need in order to be effective communicators in person, in writing and via electronic communication methods. Participants also learn the arts of persuasion and negotiation, handling a confrontation, holding an effective conversation, and the crucial art of listening.

Sponsor: Northwest College of Construction
Location: Northwest College of Construction , 8111 NE Holman St., Portland, OR 97218
City: Portland
State: OR
Registration: https://nwcoc.com/registration/leadership-development/supervisory-training-program
Instructor: Kevin Friedel
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jennifer Boes
Contact Email: jenniferb@nwcoc.com

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 3

Planning and Scheduling

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course teaches supervisors how to identify problems and their causes, and learn techniques for solving them. Participants also learn the important - and costly - differences between reactive and proactive decision-making. The last session focuses on handling risks, emergencies, and crisis situations.

Sponsor: Northwest College of Construction
Location: Northwest College of Construction , 8111 NE Holman St., Portland, OR 97218
City: Portland
State: CA
Registration: https://nwcoc.com/registration/leadership-development/supervisory-training-program
Instructor: Kevin Friedel
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jennifer Boes
Contact Email: jenniferb@nwcoc.com

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 4

Contract Documents

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to contract documents and construction law so that supervisors recognize the roles and responsibilities of all contracted parties and learn to use contract documents to solve problems and resolve conflicts. Participants will learn good documentation practices, how to manage general conditions, how to resolve differing site conditions, among many other practices that help smooth the way to successful project.

Sponsor: Northwest College of Construction
Location: Northwest College of Construction , 8111 NE Holman St., Portland, OR 97218
City: Portland
State: OR
Registration: https://nwcoc.com/registration/leadership-development/supervisory-training-program
Instructor: Kevin Friedel
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jennifer Boes
Contact Email: jenniferb@nwcoc.com

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 5

Improving Productivity and Managing Project Costs

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to the important role that planning and scheduling play in the successful completion of a construction project. With a focus on the project plan, the course teaches participants how to: use the critical path method to prepare the plan, communicate the plan, use the plan as documentation, update and use the plan during on the jobsite.

Sponsor: Northwest College of Construction
Location: Northwest College of Construction , 8111 NE Holman St., Portland, OR 97218
City: Portland
State: OR
Registration: https://nwcoc.com/registration/leadership-development/supervisory-training-program
Instructor: Michael Smithey
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jennifer Boes
Contact Email: jenniferb@nwcoc.com

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 6

Risk Management and Problem Solving

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course covers the pre-construction process and teaches how project estimates are compiled, how to compare actual project costs with those estimated, and how to control costs to meet the estimate. Participants also will learn how working with project partners can manage the costs and how post-project evaluations can provide a template for future projects.

Sponsor: Northwest College of Construction
Location: Northwest College of Construction , 8111 NE Holman St., Portland, OR 97218
City: Portland
State: OR
Registration: https://nwcoc.com/registration/leadership-development/supervisory-training-program
Instructor: Kevin Friedel
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Jennifer Boes
Contact Email: jenniferb@nwcoc.com

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 4

Contract Documents

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to contract documents and construction law so that supervisors recognize the roles and responsibilities of all contracted parties and learn to use contract documents to solve problems and resolve conflicts. Participants will learn good documentation practices, how to manage general conditions, how to resolve differing site conditions, among many other practices that help smooth the way to successful project.

Sponsor: Idaho
Location: 1649 W Shoreline Dr.
City: Boise
State: ID
Registration: http://web.idahoagc.org/events/Contract-Documents-Boise-12131214-3471/details
Instructor:
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Kristy Watson
Contact Email: kwatson@idahoagc.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 1

Leadership and Motivation

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course teaches the value of effective supervision of workers and improves the construction supervisor's ability to lead and motivate others by exploring the role of the construction supervisor to motivate, lead and help the team perform better. Participants learn how to give positive feedback, how to put their leadership skills in action, and how to create an effective project team.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor:
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney Baker
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 2

Oral and Written Communication

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role- from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course presents a body of knowledge and skills that today's construction supervisors need in order to be effective communicators in person, in writing and via electronic communication methods. Participants also learn the arts of persuasion and negotiation, handling a confrontation, holding an effective conversation, and the crucial art of listening.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor: Courtney Baker
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 3

Planning and Scheduling

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course teaches supervisors how to identify problems and their causes, and learn techniques for solving them. Participants also learn the important - and costly - differences between reactive and proactive decision-making. The last session focuses on handling risks, emergencies, and crisis situations.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor: Courtney Baker
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 4

Contract Documents

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to contract documents and construction law so that supervisors recognize the roles and responsibilities of all contracted parties and learn to use contract documents to solve problems and resolve conflicts. Participants will learn good documentation practices, how to manage general conditions, how to resolve differing site conditions, among many other practices that help smooth the way to successful project.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor:
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney Baker
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 5

Improving Productivity and Managing Project Costs

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course provides an introduction to the important role that planning and scheduling play in the successful completion of a construction project. With a focus on the project plan, the course teaches participants how to: use the critical path method to prepare the plan, communicate the plan, use the plan as documentation, update and use the plan during on the jobsite.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor:
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney Baker
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org

STP 2015 Edition, Unit 6

Risk Management and Problem Solving

AGC's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors. Each day, decisions made in the field are crucial to the success or failure of every construction project. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role - from the new supervisor or foreman to the experienced superintendent who is looking to become a more effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. This course covers the pre-construction process and teaches how project estimates are compiled, how to compare actual project costs with those estimated, and how to control costs to meet the estimate. Participants also will learn how working with project partners can manage the costs and how post-project evaluations can provide a template for future projects.

Sponsor: AGC of Virginia
Location: 11950 Nucklos Road
City: Glen Allen
State: VA
Registration: http://beeid.org/591bd28b4bac
Instructor:
Instructor Bio:
Contact: Courtney Baker
Contact Email: courtney@agcva.org
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