About the Course:
The Project Manager Development Program (PMDP), created by AGC of America, is designed to specifically meet the needs of the construction industry.
The curriculum, along with the activities and shared experiences of course participants, provides valuable skills and knowledge that will increase participants’ ability to work collaboratively with others to ensure project success.
The 40-hour five-unit program covers the basics of project management and provides tactics and strategies needed for today’s evolving construction marketplace.
The unit links are to the respective e-book options through Amazon.
• Unit 1: Introduction to Project Management
• Unit 2: Initiating and Planning Part 1
• Unit 3: Initiating and Planning Part 2
• Unit 4: Executing
• Unit 5: Monitoring and Controlling and Project Closeout
Books are not included with course registration. Hard copy books are available starting at $110/each through AGC of America's Bookstore.
E-books are $50/each and links are provided by clicking on the Unit numbers listed above.
Senior Trainer, Construction Education
Ms. Koch has over 15 years of construction industry experience on commercial and industrial projects. Her roles have included project manager, safety manager, construction services leader and pipefitters helper. While a professor at Purdue University in the School of Construction Management she partnered with contractors to develop training and workforce development programs. She has been an AGC of America trainer since 2000 and is well versed in the PMDP curriculum along with the Supervisory Training Program (STP), Construction Supervisory Fundamentals (CSF) and many other custom training programs for construction professionals.