Certificate in A/E Project Management

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26 hrs. Certificate Packages

Level: Fundamental

Item#: RV-PKG307

SME: Michael D'Alessandro

$799.00
Course Description
Strengthen Your Career with the Right Education Now - All Online and on Your Schedule!
 
Today’s tough economy means an increase in daily challenges, but don’t let them stop you from rising to the top. Demonstrate mastery of your profession and keep adding to your skills with the RedVector Certificate in A/E Project Management. The courses in this certificate package provide proven project management methods you can begin using immediately to ensure profitability, success, and happy clients or stakeholders on every project. This certificate package is designed to help you effectively plan, organize, control, and lead a construction project throughout its entire life cycle. This certificate package consists of 22 courses equaling 26 credit hours.

 
Courses in Certificate include:
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 1: Today’s Project Manager (RV-10425)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 2: Marketing and Proposals (RV-10426)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 3: The Contract Agreement (RV-10427)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 4: The Project Management Plan (RV-10428)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 5: The Project Schedule (RV-10429)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 6: The Project Budget (RV-10430)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 7: Leading The Project Team (RV-10431)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 8: Managing Client Relationships (RV-10432)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 9: Developing Effective Communications (RV-10433)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 10: The Project Startup (RV-10434)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 11: Managing Your Time (RV-10435)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 12: Managing Project Studies and Reports (RV-10436)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 13: Managing Design and Construction Phases (RV-10437)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 14: Managing Project Quality (RV-10438)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 15: Managing Project Risks (RV-10439)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 16: Project Financial Management (RV-10440)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 17: Project Management And Design Technology (RV-10441)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 18: Monitoring And Controlling The Project (RV-10442)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 19: Project Closeout (RV-10443)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 20: Alternative Project Delivery Methods (RV-10444)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Chapter 21: A/E Project Management Benchmark Data (RV-10445)
  • The Ultimate Project Manager, Series Summary: The Short and Sweet Version (RV-10446)
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SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT: Michael D'Alessandro
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Mr. D'Alessandro has been involved with the A/E Design and Construction Industry for more than 20 years. Prior to joining PSMJ Resources, Inc., he was with Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group as a Principal Project Manager. His responsibilities included project management, proposal preparation, department management, and human resources management.

His extensive project management experience includes engineering, procurement, ranging in capital value from $1 million to $55 million. He has also been responsible for management of fast-track multi-discipline projects involving equity placement for both domestic and international facilities.

During his tenure as a Project/Client Manager, he successfully completed capital projects in 18 different countries. He has worked with some of the largest global companies by consistently demonstrating the ability to accomplish project budget and schedule objectives with a high degree of client satisfaction.

As a consultant, he has provided project management training since 1990 and has been involved in strategic planning for design/build initiatives and work process improvements for small project environments. He has also served as a Quality Council member, leading efforts to measure client satisfaction and improve design productivity.

Michael has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and a Masters Degree in Environmental Engineering. He is also certified by the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Michael is also a registered professional engineer in a number of states and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.