Westminster’s Basic Project Management Training certificate program (BPMC) consists of a project-based approach where participants learn and master skills though real-world business applications while receiving mentoring from Westminster instructors who are certified project and construction management experts. Participants are mentored toward mastery of concept and execution by expert faculty-coaches while engaging in projects related to their real work environment. The program curriculum is tied to the industry recognized certificates participants need to perform at a highly proficient level. The program consists of the following areas of focus:
- BCMP Exam Preparation Course—this three-day (24 hours) workshop provides an overview of basic construction management principles and prepares participants to pass the BCMP Exam.
- BCMP Exam—this exam is a comprehensive assessment of a participant’s understanding of basic construction management principles.
- BCMP Credential—this credential is awarded by the NACP to students who successfully complete Stage 1 of the ACMC program. The required pass rate for the exam is 70%.
Courses are awarded as Continuing Education Units or CEUs. CEUs are generally not transferable to other institutions. CEUs to be awarded: 2.4.
Successful completion of certificate program makes participants eligible to receive their Basic Construction Management certificate (proctored, nationally normed, criterion-referenced certification exam will be given as part of the course).
Basic Construction Management Certificate
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