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Construction Supervision Fundamentals

September 9 @ 9:00 am September 28 @ 10:00 am ET

Classes are held on Wednesdays and Fridays from September 9th to September 28th from 9 AM – 1 PM.

AGC Member Pricing

$795.00

Non-Member Pricing

$1,115.00

About the Course

AGC Edge Construction Supervision Fundamentals (CSF) is highly interactive and allows the building trades and craft workers to experience construction supervision techniques firsthand and create a professional development plan to achieve personal career goals. The highly collaborative virtual program provides instruction via Zoom and training to prepare building trades and craft workers to learn the entry-level management skills to lead construction activities.

This course is the first step on the path to investing in and retaining your team by developing your own supervisors.

Courses will be offered online via the Zoom platform, a webcam is required for participation. Registration costs include all course participant’s materials.

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Cancellation Policy: A full refund will be given to cancellations made 14 calendar days prior to the class kick-off. After such time, no refunds will be given. Replacements are acceptable and must be submitted via email to rockkie.dunton[@]agc.org.

AGC reserves the right to cancel programs up to 10 days prior to the start date if a minimum number of attendees is not met.

Questions? Email us at education[@]agc.org

Meet Your Course Instructor:

Paul Flentge

Paul Flentge | CSP, CHST, GAC 

Consultant

Paul Flentge has been a Chicago area construction industry member for over 30 years. He served as a superintendent and Safety Director at Pepper Construction for more than 18 years. In February of 2016, Paul started Flentge Development Group. His client list spans the country, specializing in construction safety, management, and leadership development, providing training and management consulting to various construction and construction-related companies. He is also a frequent speaker at various industry and risk management workshops, both locally and nationally. Paul has served on various community and industry committees advisory councils.

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