Construction Project Management courses in Canada
The Construction Project Management certificate program is a Project Management Institute (PMI)® registered program with all courses qualifying for 45 Professional Development Units (PDU's)/contact hours with PMI®.
Project management has its traditions in the construction industry. With the growth of professional project management techniques, it is necessary for construction project managers to update their skills and effectively contribute to the continuing growth of the construction industry in North America. Our program goals are to provide you with the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies to manage all types of construction projects of varying sizes as the project manager working for the developer, contractor, site manager, supervisor of construction works or estimator and/or to perform the role of resident consultant representative.
This certificate covers a broad range of subjects, which will ensure that you are best prepared to manage projects for success. Classes are facilitated by industry professionals with an extensive background in the field.
All courses in the program have been accepted for accreditation for seven special industry course (SIC) credits each by the Gold Seal Accreditation Board.
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is a recognized Global Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institue (REP # 1672).
It is highly recommended to take CNST 300, Fundamentals of Construction Project Management, as your first course in this certificate.
The Project Management Institute has adopted criteria areas which organizations must comply with to earn and maintain Registered Education Provider (REP) status. In these areas, organizations must:
- show organizational maturity and be a legal organization that has offered project management training for at least one year
- provide evidence of quality product design, delivery and content
- show that course content is consistent with PMI® global standards or offers differing or new concepts that are clearly indicated as such in marketing and instructional materials
- properly award PDUs/contact hours for courses completed