Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)

Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)

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3 Days

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nextecPM808

Course Description

Course Overview

The Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP) course is designed to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills required to effectively manage construction projects in the built environment. The PMI-CP certification is globally recognized and validates an individual’s expertise in construction project management processes, methodologies, and best practices. This course covers advanced construction project management concepts, techniques, and tools essential for successful project delivery and stakeholder satisfaction in the built environment.

Prerequisites

To enroll in the PMI-CP course, participants should meet the following prerequisites:

  • A secondary degree (high school diploma or equivalent).
  • A minimum of 5,000 hours of professional experience in construction project management.
  • A minimum of 35 contact hours of formal education in construction project management.

OR

  • A four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or equivalent).
  • A minimum of 3,000 hours of professional experience in construction project management.
  • A minimum of 35 contact hours of formal education in construction project management.

Methodology

The PMI-CP course utilizes a comprehensive and interactive learning approach. It combines theoretical instruction, practical examples, case studies, and interactive activities to enhance participants’ understanding of construction project management principles. The course may include instructor-led sessions, group discussions, individual assignments, and hands-on exercises to reinforce learning and practical application of construction project management concepts.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Construction Project Management
  • Definition and significance of construction project management
  • Key construction project management terminology
  • Construction project management processes and knowledge areas
  • Project Initiation in Construction
  • Project selection and authorization in the construction industry
  • Defining project objectives and stakeholders in construction projects
  • Conducting feasibility studies and developing project charters
  • Construction Project Planning
  • Defining construction project scope and developing a work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Developing construction project schedules and budgets
  • Identifying construction project risks and mitigation strategies
  • Construction Project Execution
  • Managing construction project teams and resources
  • Implementing construction project deliverables and quality control measures
  • Monitoring construction project progress and conducting site inspections
  • Construction Project Monitoring and Control
  • Tracking construction project performance and managing variances
  • Managing changes and project documentation in construction projects
  • Conducting construction project progress meetings and reporting
  • Construction Project Closeout
  • Construction project deliverable acceptance and handover processes
  • Conducting construction project lessons learned and evaluating project success
  • Formal construction project closure and final documentation

Outcome

Upon completion of the PMI-CP course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand advanced construction project management principles, concepts, and methodologies.
  • Apply construction project management processes and best practices in real-world projects.
  • Manage construction project teams and resources effectively.
  • Develop comprehensive construction project plans and schedules.
  • Monitor and control construction project progress, quality, and costs.
  • Successfully pass the PMI-CP certification exam.

Labs

The PMI-CP course may include practical labs to provide participants with hands-on experience and practical application of construction project management concepts. Some of the lab activities may include:

  • Developing a project charter and work breakdown structure (WBS) for a simulated construction project.
  • Creating a construction project schedule and cost estimate using project management software.
  • Conducting a risk assessment and developing a risk response plan specific to construction projects.
  • Monitoring construction project progress and updating project documentation.
  • Participating in group exercises to practice effective communication and teamwork in a construction project setting.

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