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Continuing Education (CE) - Course Elective
When: Thursday November 18, 2021 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Where: Virtual via ZOOM Meeting
How to attend: The day before the event you will receive an email link to attend the Zoom Meeting.
Cost: CAGC Members - $75 | Non Members - $125
Instructor: Paul McCain
Title: Creative Applications of Critical Path Method for Construction Project Scheduling
Subtitle: NC LBGC Elective Con-Ed Class for 2021
The Critical Path Method (CPM) will be explored and analyzed with terms and concepts that relate to the construction process. The instruction will identify opportunities to use the CPM for project scheduling that supports the overall planning and progress measurement of the construction process.
Qualifiers for NC Licensed General Contractors are required to complete 6 hours of approved elective continuing education. This is a two (2) hour elective class.
**Participants are required to have a computer equipped with a camera and microphone. Participation by cell phone is not permitted.
**Participants will be required to show a photo ID to be admitted into the virtual classroom.
**Please be sure to log on at least 45 minutes before class starts so that participant & Qualifier id's can be confirmed.
**Admittance to a class after it has started is not permitted.
**If you inform us prior to the class beginning that you will not be able to attend or you are having technical issues, then you will be transferred to another class of your choosing.
**If you are a "No Show" for the class, your registration fee will be forfeited
***This course will be taught by NCLBGC certified instructors and upon successful completion participants will receive 2 hours of continuing education credit.***
Carolinas AGC is an authorized NCLBGC Continuing Education provider #0058
Sharrell Janvier, Director of Grants and Training | Phone: (704) 372-1450
Carolyn Reynolds, Meetings and Membership Coordinator
CAGC Refund & Cancellation Policy
No refund will be given for this event but it is transferable.