The AWI Education Outreach Program was built as a vehicle to assist chapters in meeting our membership request of having less costly, regional and local educational opportunities. If you are unfamiliar with this program and would like to learn more, please review the AWI Education Outreach Procedure Manual.
All questions regarding this program should be brought to the attention of Ilaria Buffalo, firstname.lastname@example.org, 571-323-3614.
Advanced Project Management
Hosted by the AWI Ohio Valley Chapter
A project manager guides the team and assures that tasks are completed on time, in budget, and with profit. Elevate your skills and techniques to manage your customers and your woodwork team to control the myriad of details and changes from project initiation to completion. Improve your skills at identifying risks and defining risk strategies, controlling the change management process, implementing a quality management plan, and closing the project. Improve the flow of the job from start to successful punch out with confidence and less stress.
Date: May 9 – 10, 2013
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day
Location: Crown Plaza Louisville, 830 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY
Instructors: Greg Kasten, President, Mortensen Woodwork; Jeff Stück, Owner & President, Stück Wood Works; Randy Lange, Co-Owner & President, Lange Bros. Woodwork
Cost: Ohio Valley Chapter Members: $150, Non Members: $200
Please note registration includes chapter reception on the evening of May 9th.
All registration payments must be received by May 6th in order to participate. Room night accommodations are not included with registration payment.
Please make payment check out to Ohio Valley Chapter AWI and mail to the following address:
ATTN: Tracy Taylor, Louisville Lumber & Millwork
1400 Lincoln Ave.
Louisville, KY, 40213
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Please contact Doug Chisholm with questions regarding payment.
Email: Doug.Chisholm.Jr@chisholmmillwork.com, 317-714-7338
Registration: Class Full
Hotel Reservations: 877-227-6963
Group Name: AWI - Ohio Valley Chapter Group; Rate: $120
Questions? Contact Ilaria Buffalo, email@example.com
Fundamentals of Project Management
Hosted by: AWI Heart of America Chapter
As the principal organizational specialist on the woodwork team, the project manager is confronted with tight schedules, change orders, resource availability, equipment glitches, conflicts and communication, and more, while assuring that the job proceeds according to the specifications and the contract. It’s a challenge! This intense one-day program will help NEW PMs build a solid foundation for a successful career. You can immediately put to work the best practices, skills and techniques gained in this course. Start using the handout materials – forms, templates, and tracking mechanisms – when you get back to the job. Interact with participants to form a network of PM consultants who share – and successfully meet – the same challenges.
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