Upcoming Training

IRONWORKER-CONTRACTOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2018 Annual Instructor Training in Ann Arbor, MI 

Date

Course

July 16-20

 

Construction Contracting Business Fundamentals Academy Track 1: Establish Your Business:This course is designed for current and future contractors who desire to develop fundamental business skills. Length: 5 days. Instructors: IMPACT Consultants

July 16-20

 

Advanced Layout and Total Station:Use drawings and apply principles of trigonometry and the Cartesian coordinate system to program and operate a total station. Length: 5 days. Instructors: Leica Representatives.

Sponsoring employers or local unions can register students via e-mail at eharvey@iwintl.org

July 16-20

 

Superintendent Training for Ironworkers– Level 1 & 2: Learn the roles and responsibilities of a superintendent and how to manage project schedules, information, people, the job site, and safety.

Sponsoring employers or local unions can register students via e-mail at eharvey@iwintl.org

July 16

 

Introduction to Lean Project Delivery:Attain a broad awareness of the vocabulary, fundamental principles and basic practices of the Lean Project Delivery system. The course serves as a framework for learning how to apply Lean thinking and methods to deliver significantly greater value on. Length: 1 day. Instructor: IMPACT Consultant.

July 17

Introduction to Lean Project Planning:This course involves engaging exercises that enable participants to experience the contrast between traditional project management and managing of projects using the Last Planner System® of production control. Participants will experience how the Last Planner System® and Lean approach can help create and maintain reliable workflow on the project and provide a dramatically improved construction experience. Length: 1 day. Instructor: IMPACT Consultant

July 16-17

Project Leadership and Project Management:This course focuses on how to provide both project leadership and project management. Explore the differences between project witnesses and project leaders and how contractors can foster those behaviors to build best-in-class performance. Length: 2 days. Instructor: FMI.

July 17

 

Bluebeam Revu Fundamentals:Participants will learn the fundamental features of Bluebeam Revu.This course will give the participants the necessary foundational skilled to create, organize, markup, edit and track comments and markups in a PDF drawing set. Length 1 day.

Length: 1 day. Instructor: Bluebeam

July 18

Document Control and Measurements Using Bluebeam Revu:This course is designed for users who have participants in Bluebeam Revu Fundamentals. It covers setting up Bluebeam Revu interface for takeoffs, calibrating drawingsets and pages using various measurement tools, document management topics such as AutoMark, hyperlinks, slipsheeting and sets. Length 1 day.Instructor: Bluebeam

July 18-19

Lead with Respect:Building a great organization requires effective leadership, and leadership skills can be learned. A key, often misunderstood is what it means to “lead with respect.” This course explores why leading with respect is essential to a successful organizational transformation, what respect looks like in practice, and how it impacts your people and drives them to implement lasting change. Length: 2 days. Instructor: Mike Orzen and Associates.

July 20

 

Improving Construction Productivity:Effective performance in the field results from working smarter not harder. This course will assist participants in identifying techniques for improving company processes and productivity. Length: 1 or 2 days. Instructor: FMI.

Register on the IMPACT website bit.ly/IMPACT-Events


Training in Nashville, TN

Date

Course

August 14-16

Superintendent Training for Ironworkers– Level 1 & 2: Learn the roles and responsibilities of a superintendent and how to manage project schedules, information, people, the job site, and safety.

Sponsoring employers or local unions can register students via e-mail at eharvey@iwintl.org

 
Training in Wixom, MI

Date

Course

October 16-19

Advanced Layout and Total Station:Use drawings and apply principles of trigonometry and the Cartesian coordinate system to program and operate a total station. Length: 5 days. Instructors: Leica Representatives.

Sponsoring employers or local unions can register students via e-mail at eharvey@iwintl.org

 

Autodesk training is now available online on the Learning Management System (LMS). Those who enroll will gain access to all 14 courses for just $99 per year. Contact your local training center to register.