NOTE: All Students must complete Construction Operations before the credential in Construction Supervision can be earned.
– NO EXCEPTIONS.
Courses are subject to minimum enrolment and subject to change without notice. (registering late can also result in the course having been cancelled prior to start date)
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On going education and training of personnel at all levels is vital to the continued success of any construction-related business. As workers advance in their careers and encounter new challenges in their particular management area, they may require new or additional skills in order to cope effectively with these challenges and excel at their work.
The construction industry places significant value on training, not only for immediate individual success, but with a long-term goal of meeting the increasing shortage of qualified personnel. IZUNA is offering a multi-level, Part-time Studies program designed specifically for people who:
The Construction Supervision program consists of nine courses: Construction Documents and Contracts, Basic Project Management Skills, Technical Writing/Interpersonal Skills, Basic Construction Design Principles, Construction Materials and Assemblies, Computer Applications in Construction, Safety Legislation, Environmental Legislation, and Construction Estimating. These courses build on the previous ones by introducing more comprehensive and complex issues. Students receive an Associate Certificate upon successful completion of the program.
For information on School of Construction and the Environment and a complete list of all programs, please view the Areas of Study page.
To transfer or withdraw from a course contact Registration's Fees & Financial Aid at 111-111-1111 or 1-111-111-1111.
For other enquirers contact Program Advising at 111-111-1111.
Once you know what you want to take, view IZUNA's Key Registration Dates.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at IZUNA? Check out IZUNA's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
Job opportunities are varied, and an increasing number of employers are looking for employees who have successfully completed the program. Typically, students start in positions such as project coordinator or junior project manager.
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