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The 30-hour Construction OSHA Outreach Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention.
Course attendees must have 2 forms of I.D.; one must be a State I.D. with a photo. At successful course completion, a $10.00 fee is due to the instructor to receive the 30-hour Construction Safety OSHA Certification I.D. Cards delivered after the course has ended.
IMPORTANT NOTE: According to OSHA regulations: to receive certification absolutely
NO LATE ARRIVALS, NO MISSED CLASSES, NO REFUNDS.
This 20-hour in depth course is an extension of CD 405 Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading going into greater detail on commercial and heavy commercial construction including site work, mechanical and electrical systems, structural steel, reinforced concrete, and provides updated information on the National Electrical Code, (NEC), LEED Certification information and more.
Please bring the textbooks to the first class session.
Required Prerequisite: CD 405 Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading, All prerequisites must be completed prior to registering for this program.
Required text: Building Trades Print Reading for Heavy Commercial Construction – Fourth Ed., “Heavy Commercial Construction,” Building Trades Print Reading “ Heavy Commercial Construction Plans”. Textbooks are available at the BCC Bookstore, order online or call 201-447-7174.
This 40-hour in depth course is an introduction to reading blueprints and architectural working drawings, understand how to use scales, read symbols, learn to locate and interpret sections, profiles and cross sections, learn to read and understand schedules, details and notes.
Please bring the course textbook to the first class session. This course must be completed prior to registering for: CD 582 Construction Estimating Basics and CD 136 Advanced Blueprint Reading.
Required texts: Building Trades Print Reading Part 2 – Sixth Ed. – Residential & Light Commercial Construction, Building Trades Print Reading Part 2 “Plans” published by American Technical Publishers. Textbooks are available at the BCC Bookstore.
This course provides an overview of the construction industry; exploring details of the total construction project sequence from start to finish including:
- Inter-workings between various trades
- Construction systems and procedures
- Organizational planning
- Decision-making techniques
The management of various types of construction projects, fees, and organizational systems will be explained. An overview of roles and responsibilities of various parties will be discussed to establish the flow of action for project completion.
Required Textbook: Construction Project Management: A Complete Introduction, by Allison Dykstra, Kirshner Pub Co Inc. Textbooks are available at the BCC Bookstore.
Negotiating is an essential skill in today’s dynamic construction projects negotiating effectively is vital to project success. Unlock value negotiating in real time close deals, negotiate prices, and set contracts to benefit your project. Maximize value, and resolve differences before they escalate into costly conflicts. Explore analytical tools and interpersonal techniques for dealing effectively with different bargaining styles and tactics.
- Understand negotiation dynamics, prepare for uncertainty
- Craft agile strategy, be quick on your feet and find the zone of possible agreement
- Resolve small differences before they escalate
- Secure maximum value for your project, organization and yourself
- Reflect on personal tendencies, refine your approach to be more effective
- Managing the negotiating process with bargaining tactics, style, and emotion