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Course Offerings & Calendar

 

AGC of America has developed comprehensive training programs written by contractors for contractors.  We are proud to provide our members with nationally recognized “hot topic” training events here in NM thereby saving you travel dollars and time. 

Our distance learning, workshops, weekly classes and webinars offer skills-building opportunities for every level of experience.  And our impressive cadre of instructors includes award-winning, multi-credentialed subject matter experts who share a background in the construction profession.

As a Sponsor Site for National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER), members have access to nationally accredited and recognized craft training curriculum taught by NCCER credentialed instructors. Two NCCER Master Trainers on staff at AGC New Mexico oversee progressive learning and career development for AGC apprentices throughout NM including post-secondary and college level instruction.

Please visit our training calendar to find the courses and training opportunities that best suit your needs.  Online registration provides confirmation for a student’s records.

Below you will find a list of our most frequently offered courses:

2016 Professional Development Opportunities Flyer 

AGC's BIM Education Program (CM-BIM): 

Candidate GuideBIM FAQsCM-BIM Flyer 2016

AGC's BIM Education Program — developed in conjunction with leading BIM practitioners, technology firms and educators—is designed to prepare construction professionals at all experience levels to successfully implement BIM on a construction project.
 
The CM-BIM is the construction industry's only credential that teaches the practical application of the BIM process for commercial construction firms.

AGC's Lean Construction Education Program: 

Training Brochure

This series of courses that progressively cover a range of topics essential to Lean Construction, including:
  • Variation and pull in production
  • Lean Workstructuring
  • The Last Planner® System
  • Lean supply chains and assembly
  • Lean design and pre-construction
  • Problem-solving principles and tools

AGC NM GreenEpassport Program

  • Green Advantage Credential - 8 hours
  • Green Associate – 8 hours
  • LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Class – 20 hours, 7.5 CEUs hours (LEEDv4 Edition)
  • LEED Accredited Professional – 8 hours
  • LEED Credential Maintenance – 15-30 hours
  • LEED AP BD+C Exam Prep - 18 hours, 8 CEUs

Your Role in the Green Environment - 24 hours, nationally recognized

AGC of America Project Manager Development Program (PMDP)

  • Estimating and Job Costing – 16 hours
  • Contract Administration – 16 hours
  • Project  Administration – 16 hours
  • Risk Management – 16 hours
  • Leadership – 16 hours

AGC NM Technology Academy

  • Building Information Modeling – 8 hours
  • Lean Construction Today – 8 hours
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control – 16 hours
  • Recycling for Sustainability – 16 hours

AGC of America Supervisor Training Program (STP) (2015 Edition)

  • Unit 1 | Leadership and Motivation
  • Unit 2 |  Communication 
  • Unit 3 | Planning and Scheduling
  • Unit 4 | Contract Documents
  • Unit 5 | Improving Productivity and Managing Project Costs 
  • Unit 6 | Risk Management and Problem Solving

In addition to taking STP courses at AGC New Mexico.  STP courses can also be offered in-house at construction firms, at construction training schools and joint-apprenticeship training programs and educational institutions. Learn more about how to bring STP to you and your colleagues.

Program Completion

STP is a nationally recognized training standard that has been the professional development resource of choice for more than 130,000 construction supervisors and managers. Individuals who complete the 6 primary STP courses will receive an AGC Supervisory Training Program Certificate of Completion

Lead Certification Programs

  • Certified Lead Renovator – 8 hours
  • Certified Lead Dust Sampling Technician – 8 hours
  • Certified Lead Based Paint Inspector – 24 hours
  • Certified Lead Risk Assessor – 16 hours

Safety Trainer’s Academy

  • OSHA 510 Standards for Construction Industry – 32 hours
  • OSHA 511 Standards for general industry - 32 hours
  • OSHA 500 Trainer course for construction industry – 32 hours
  • OSHA 501 Trainer course for general industry – 32 hours
  • OSHA 502 Update for construction industry outreach trainers – 16 hours
  • OSHA 503 Update for general industry outreach trainers – 16 hours
  • OSHA 29CFR1926 30-hour - 30 hours
  • OSHA 29CFR1926 10-hour - 10 hours

Online Classes Available

  • Construction Estimating
  • Essential Construction Math
  • Construction Blueprint Reading
  • Estimating and Bidding 1 & 2
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Accident Prevention & Loss Control
  • General & Specialty Contractor Dynamics
  • Construction Documents & Construction Law

First Aid/CPR/AED

  • This 8-hour class includes the latest thinking on proper and acceptable CPR and first aid methods. Also included are familiarization guidelines for using AEDs. Attendees receive a 2-year and 3-year certification card.

Blueprint Reading

  • This course is taught in two phases: Intermediate and Advanced and is designed for construction personnel who are comfortable with plans and specifications but would benefit from a thorough review. - 12 hours

Coach Your Supervisors to be Coaches

Project Management Institute Exam Prep Course

Construction Specification Institute CDT Course and Exam Prep for Contractors