Construction Management/ OSHA Course List with Details

CC-407 | AutoCAD Level I

AutoCAD® is computer-aided design (CAD) software that architects, engineers, and construction professionals rely on to create precise 2D and 3D drawings for architectural, mechanical, and engineering design projects. This Level 1 course is perfect for beginners or someone with very limited experience with AutoCAD®. Students will learn the fundamentals of the program and get hands on experience creating a variety of shapes. At the completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Edit, work with layers, create text and other basic concepts
  • Set drawing limits
  • Set scales
  • Edit, work with layers, create text and other basic concepts
  • Turn on grids
  • Snap to endpoints, midpoints, and more


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CC-422 | AutoCAD Level II

This course is designed for students who have a working knowledge of basic AutoCAD® drafting. Students will build on the fundamentals through hands on exercises and use more advanced commands and tools such as annotating, block, working with symbols and layers, style, plotting and publishing.
Prerequisite: AutoCAD® Level 1(CC-407) or instructor permission if you have equivalent experience

AutoCAD Level II


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Course: AutoCAD 2016 - Level II

Start Date End Date Fee
March 27th, 2021 April 3rd, 2021 $375
Course Content
AutoCAD 2016 - Level II - CC-422 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 27th, 2021 Apr 3rd, 2021 Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Angela Annecchino Online Synchronous 1


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CC-599 | AutoCAD 3D & Sketchup

This course provides an Overview of AutoCAD 3D Basics & Sketchup. This course covers the basics of:

  • 3D modeling using solid modeling tools
  • UCS (User Coordinate System)
  • Control and display settings
  • Rendering using AutoCAD
  • Modeling in Sketchup

AutoCAD 3D


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Course: AutoCAD 3D

Start Date End Date Fee
May 1st, 2021 May 22nd, 2021 $450
Course Content
AutoCAD 3D - CC-599 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 1st, 2021 May 22nd, 2021 Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Angela Annecchino Online Synchronous 1


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CD-116 | Energy and Sustainability for the Built Environment

This course provides a broad overview of fundamental and applied concepts of energy in the overall context of the modern built environment and includes:

  • Mechanical and electrical fundamentals to analyze the built environment
  • Energy flows and balances
  • Review case studies in detail
  • Attendees apply principles and complete design problems A detailed example of Weather Bin Modeling along with a financial analysis will be presented with students participating in making a working energy savings model as a final class project.

Total Program Hours: 8 sessions, 16 hours


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CD-124 | Advanced Estimating

Learn in-depth construction industry estimating procedures, including:

  • Material Take-offs, computations, pricing structures
  • Understand labor requirement and cost factors
  • T & M – time and materials costing
  • How to prepare a detailed estimate review
  • Analyze estimates for a comparative review

Prerequisite: Construction Estimating Basics (CD-582) or instructor permission

Advanced Construction Estimating


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Course: Advanced Construction Estimating

Start Date End Date Fee
May 11th, 2021 June 22nd, 2021 $459
Course Content
Advanced Construction Estimating - CD-124 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 11th, 2021 Jun 22nd, 2021 Tuesday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jeffrey Lewis Paramus 2


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CD-125 | Construction Site Management

Learn how to plan and manage efficient and effective use of a construction project site. Understand best practices, key ways to implement systems, and operate best practices on a construction job site. Topics covered include:

  • Establishing workflows and coordination of trades
  • Material deliveries and staging areas
  • Managing construction waste
  • Managing hazardous waste
  • Minimizing site disruption
  • Retention of site plantings and drainage issues
  • Inclement weather planning
  • Trade tool storage needs and temporary storage sheds
  • Safety issues, security and more

Construction Site Management


Course: Construction Site Management

Start Date End Date Fee
April 21st, 2021 June 9th, 2021 $349
Course Content
Construction Site Management - CD-125 002
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Apr 21st, 2021 Jun 9th, 2021 Wednesday 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Kenneth Schiller Paramus 2


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CD-132 | Fundamentals of Construction Safety Management and Emergency Planning

This course provides students with a foundation to establish, implement, and sustain a safety and health management system applicable for the construction industry. The 30-hour OSHA Construction Safety Training is the Prerequisite for this course. This course will review:

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA)
  • Construction industry standards
  • Safety management guidelines
  • Injury and illness prevention programs
  • National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health’s (NIOSH) Prevent Through Design (PTD) Initiative
  • Construction Industry best practices in managing safety on a construction site

Fundamentals of Construction Safety Management & Emergency Planning


Course: Fundamentals of Construction Safety Management & Emergency Planning

Start Date End Date Fee
March 9th, 2021 May 11th, 2021 $399
Course Content
Fundamentals of Construction Safety Management & Emergency Planning - CD-132 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 9th, 2021 May 11th, 2021 Tuesday 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM TBD Online Synchronous 2


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CD-133 | 30-Hr OSHA Construction Safety Training

The 30-hour Construction OSHA Outreach Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility. The training focuses on hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention.

30 Hour OSHA Construction Industry Health & Safety Credential


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.
 

Course: 30 Hour OSHA Construction Industry Health & Safety Credential

Start Date End Date Fee
May 18th, 2021 June 24th, 2021 $420
Course Content
30 Hour OSHA Construction Industry Health & Safety Credential - CD-133 002
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 18th, 2021 Jun 24th, 2021 Tuesday, Thursday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM TBD Paramus 3


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CD-136 | Advanced Blueprint Reading

This course goes into greater detail on commercial and heavy commercial construction including:

  • Site work
  • Mechanical and electrical systems
  • Structural steel
  • Reinforced concrete

Advanced Blueprint Reading


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.

Required Prerequisite: CD 405 Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading,  All prerequisites must be completed prior to registering for this program.

Required text: 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.  

Prerequisite Courses:

Course: Advanced Blueprint Reading

Start Date End Date Fee
May 13th, 2021 June 24th, 2021 $450
Course Content
Advanced Blueprint Reading - CD-136 002
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 13th, 2021 Jun 24th, 2021 Monday, Thursday 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Kenneth Schiller Paramus 3


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CD-148 | Construction Project Scheduling II

This course continues past the basics and fundamentals of construction project scheduling with online instruction diving deeper into the software capabilities of Oracle Primavera P6 software systems. A personal computer with a Microsoft platform and administrative capability to download software is required to take this course. Learn hands-on application of more advanced concepts of logic and planning, preparation, tasks, resource and cost loading, tracking, and updating of a project schedule. Students complete their own advanced project schedules. Project Scheduling with industry standard Oracle Primavera P6 scheduling software, is held in our computer lab with hands-on instruction.

  • Gain a deeper level of understanding in project scheduling, computations, pricing structures
  • Learn to generate various reports
  • Add project support documents and information to project scheduling data
  • Create a project schedule from inception to completion of punch-list

Construction Project Scheduling II with Oracle Primavera P6


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Course: Construction Project Scheduling II with Oracle Primavera P6

Start Date End Date Fee
April 26th, 2021 June 14th, 2021 $450
Course Content
Construction Project Scheduling II with Oracle Primavera P6 - CD-148 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Apr 26th, 2021 Jun 14th, 2021 Monday 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Seth Jacobson Online Synchronous 2


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CD-163 | Drafting I

This course provides rigorous instruction in Mechanical Drafting used in the Architecture, Construction, Interior Design, and Manufacturing Industries. It is a comprehensive program designed for anyone involved in the construction, manufacturing or general industry and provides complete information on graphic communication including orthographic projection.
College Credits: 2


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CD-164 | Computer Aided Drafting I

This course provides rigorous instruction in AutoCAD Drafting used in the Architecture, Construction, Interior Design, and Manufacturing Industries. This course continues the work of CAD I and covers intermediate level and advanced CAD skills. Included in this course will be file management, blocks, attributes, dynamic blocks, external references, parametric drafting, 3D surfaces and solids, rendering and architectural drawings using AutoCAD Architecture. Additional lab time is required for project work.
College Credits: 2 credits


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CD-165 | Methods and Materials in Construction

This course introduces and discusses the construction process and its role in architecture and design. The course discusses major building component systems and methods. Structural theory is also explored. Additional lab hours are required to complete project work. Course attendees must sign-in attendance roster during lab work sessions and attend all class sessions in order to receive a certificate of completion. Lab schedule released after the course begins.
College Credits: 3 credits


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CD-168 | Building Systems Basics

This course provides an understanding of the basic principles and appropriate application of building service and environmental systems, incorporating thermal exposure, climate modification, environmental systems and energy use with a focus on sustainability as these relate to the building envelope. The course also introduces aspects of plumbing, vertical transportation systems, and life safety in building design. An HVAC project will be assigned. Additional lab hours are required to complete project work.
College Credits: 3 credits


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CD-405 | Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading

This 45-hour in depth course is an introduction to reading blueprints and architectural working drawings, understand:

  • How to use scales
  • Read symbols
  • The litigation process
  • Alternate dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration)
  • Learn to locate and interpret sections, profiles and cross sections
  • Learn to read and understand schedules, details, notes and more

Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading


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.

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CD-459 | Construction Documents, Contract Law, Insurance and Ethics

This course provides a step-by-step explanation of how contracts sustain positive customer and supplier relations, provide for resolution of disputes, and minimize the risk of litigation. Standard industry documents are reviewed and discussed in detail. This course includes a research presentation or a student participant mock trial that involves the topics vital to understanding construction contracts and contract law. Topics include:

  • Basic contract theory
  • Contract preparation
  • The litigation process
  • Alternate dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration)
  • Case studies in New Jersey Construction Law
  • Insurance coverage and important terms
  • Ethics best practices

Construction Documents, Contract Law and Ethics


Course: Construction Documents, Contract Law and Ethics

Start Date End Date Fee
March 13th, 2021 May 1st, 2021 $399
Course Content
Construction Documents, Contract Law and Ethics - CD-459 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 13th, 2021 May 1st, 2021 Saturday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM John Norton Online Synchronous 1


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CD-466 | Construction Project Organization and Management

A great place to start if you are considering a career change to the Construction Industry. This course provides an overview of the construction industry including the inter-workings between various trades, construction systems and procedures, organizational planning and 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.

Construction Project Organization and Management


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.

Construction Project Management: A Complete Introduction, by Allison Dykstra, 2nd Edition, ISBN 9780982703434, Publisher: Kirshner Publishing Co Inc. 

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CD-473 | Negotiating Construction Contracts

Negotiating is an essential skill in today’s dynamic construction projects. Whether you negotiate with clients, sub-contractors, suppliers, or colleagues, your ability to negotiate effectively is vital to the success of your project. Students will reflect on their own personal tendencies and refine their approach to be more effective managing the negotiating process with bargaining tactics, style, and emotion. Topics include:

  • Unlocking value by negotiating in real time prepares you to close deals, negotiate prices, set contract agreements to benefit your project.
  • Learn to maximize value, and resolve differences before they escalate into costly conflicts. This program explores both analytical tools and interpersonal techniques for dealing effectively with different bargaining styles and tactics.
  • Understand negotiation dynamics and how to prepare for uncertainty
  • Learn to craft agile strategy, be quick and find the zone of possible agreement
  • Resolve small differences before they escalate
  • Secure maximum value for your project, organization and yourself

Negotiating Construction Contracts


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

Course: Negotiating Construction Contracts

Start Date End Date Fee
May 5th, 2021 June 2nd, 2021 $319
Course Content
Negotiating Construction Contracts - CD-473 002WB
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
May 5th, 2021 Jun 2nd, 2021 Wednesday 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Seth Jacobson Online Synchronous 1


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CD-494 | LEED Green Associate Exam Prep

The LEED Green Associate Exam is for professionals who want to demonstrate green building expertise in non-technical fields of practice. This course reviews the knowledge of green design concepts, terminology, construction, and operations. The Green Associate also serves as the first step for professionals pursuing a LEED AP with specialization. The LEED v4 exam questions reflect Task Domains and Knowledge Domains necessary to perform LEED safely and effectively. These include concepts such as:

  • LEED Project and Team Coordination
  • LEED Certification Process
  • Analyses Required for LEED Credits
  • Advocacy and Education for Adoption for LEED Rating System.

Total Program Hours: 8 sessions, 20 hours.


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CD-508 | Introduction to Sustainability

Discover what sustainability really means through this in depth study of the terms, concepts and examples of sustainable development and the interrelationship of stakeholders. Gain an understanding of the goals and expressions involved in sustainable development. Learn how life cycle assessments can benefit the long range sustainability goals by making smart choices you can achieve results on many levels and lessen negative impacts.
Total Program Hours: 6 sessions, 18 hours


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CD-510 | Introduction to Building Science & Sustainable High Performance Building Design

Attend this course and learn about the building envelope, and the systems that contribute to energy use and savings. The construction industry is changing to address reduction of energy loss and consumption while reducing impact, improving standards and human comfort levels. Learn about the many new diagnostic tools available today and the science of energy use in the built environment. Save energy by creating a more energy efficient building envelope. Participants will learn principles of:

  • Air leakage
  • Key ways buildings are influenced by increased air tightening
  • Mechanical exhaust devices and moisture movement
  • Determine the most cost-effective air sealing guidelines and minimum ventilation requirements for occupants health and safety

Professional CEUs: 16 BPI

Introduction to Building Science & Sustainable High Performance Building Design


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CD-512 | Water Resource Management

Join this class and learn all about one of our most important natural resources – Water! This class may include a field trip to a water treatment plant. Gain an understanding of:

  • Resource conservation strategies
  • The difference between point and source contamination
  • How water is reclaimed, managed sustainably, and recycled
  • Redirected for groundwater recharge into subsurface aquifers


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CD-523 | Photovoltaic Design and Installation (Solar Panel Array)

Learn the basics about Photovoltaics, or Solar energy systems, how they generate energy and their composition. This course contains hands-on skills labs with activities using industry standard equipment and practical group exercises. Develop an understanding of:

  • System components
  • Operational basics
  • Panel types
  • Industry terminology
  • Metering equipment
  • Important safety information


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CD-578 | Waste Management and Reduction

Take this course and learn about how waste management and reduction programs have developed in the US, the regulations and technologies that have emerged to support that development and practical approaches that can be employed to continually reduce our impacts on our environment. This course includes an educational Field Trip to a Recycling Facility during business daytime hours.
Professional CEUs: 10 NJ Certified Recycling Professionals, NJ CRP


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CD-580 | Construction Project Scheduling I Oracle Primavera P6

Learn Construction Project Scheduling with industry standard scheduling software, offered online with hands on educational instruction. A personal computer with a Microsoft platform and administrative capability to download software is required to take this course. This course teaches the basics and fundamentals of construction project scheduling reviewing the latest versions of Oracle Primavera P6 software systems. Learn hands-on application of the concepts of basic logic and planning, preparation, tasks, resource and cost loading, tracking, and updating of a project schedule. Students create their own project schedules and learn how to run various reports. Learn about diagnostic tools, how they measure and how they can be used to make improvements resulting in increased performance, healthier environments, reduced cost, and energy savings. Creating understanding and implementing a project schedule is an important basic requirement for:

  • Building Owners & Managers
  • Architects & Engineers
  • Construction management Firms
  • Contractors & Industry Suppliers


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CD-581 | Environmental Testing

In order to be able to manage environmental contaminants, you must first be able to measure them and understand what the results mean. Environmental testing techniques have been developed to help scientists, engineers and decision makers assess environmental risk and take steps to assure the safety of people and the ecosystem. Take this course and learn about environmental testing procedures and how these techniques can help protect people and the environment. Students work on detailed estimating projects.


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CD-582 | Construction Estimating Basics

This course is an introduction to construction estimating basics, gain an understanding of:

  • Material take-offs
  • Computations
  • Pricing
  • Labor requirements
  • Detailed cost factors
  • Project estimating information

Prerequisite: Basic to Intermediate Blueprint Reading (CD-405) or field experience and placement test score of 80 or above or instructor permission

Construction Estimating Basics


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Course: Construction Estimating Basics

Start Date End Date Fee
March 2nd, 2021 April 27th, 2021 $429
Course Content
Construction Estimating Basics - CD-582 001
Start Date End Date Class Schedule Time Instructor Location Credits/CEU's
Mar 2nd, 2021 Apr 27th, 2021 Tuesday 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jeffrey Lewis Paramus 2

Registration Begins: March 24th, 2020



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