This course equips engineers with essential design management skills for capital improvement projects. Covering topics like work planning, risk assessment, and quality reviews, it offers real-world examples and practical tools to balance creativity with effective project management, ensuring participants can inspire teams, manage budgets, and schedules successfully.
In this course, engineers will gain valuable insights into the intricate balance between innovative design and strategic project management. Focused on the design phase of capital improvement projects, participants will delve into essential project management principles tailored to meet contemporary challenges. The curriculum provides practical examples and tools, equipping professionals with the skills needed to create inspiring designs while adhering to budgetary constraints, strict schedules, and stringent quality standards.
From crafting effective work plans and progress schedules to mastering risk management strategies and fostering team motivation, this course empowers engineers to excel in the complex landscape of modern design management. Additionally, participants will have access to Excel templates designed to streamline tasks such as schedule and budget management, ensuring a comprehensive and practical learning experience.
Author: Mark N. Ludwigson, PE, PMP
Course Number: 515
Course Hours: 3 PDH