We offer a variety of classes and workshops to meet your continuing education and professional development training needs. Participate in one or more of our Construction Management Certificate program modules, our intensive Leadership Workshop Series, or one of our individual “Spotlight On …” programs to:
- Increase your working knowledge of the construction process
- Develop new skills to effectively manage construction projects
- Become more productive and effective
- Improve your communication skills
Companies whose employees have attended our classes and workshops will find that they are able to:
- Reduce project costs and time
- Maximize project quality and profitability
Programs and workshops are held on the campus of Boise State University, and are taught by BSU CM faculty and industry experts. Alternatively, CITCE can customize and deliver expert training to you and your team at your organization or a different location.
Our classes and workshops qualify for professional development hours (“PDHs”), continuing education units (“CEUs”), and learning units (“LUs”). Contact us to discuss your specific continuing education needs.
Our classes and workshops qualify for tuition reimbursement under the Federal Workforce Investment Act. Please contact the Idaho Department of Labor for additional information.
Upcoming programs and workshops:
Construction Management Certificate Program.
Construction managers plan, direct, coordinate, and control the construction process from the beginning of a construction project to its completion by managing project quality, cost, time, and scope. Our comprehensive Construction Management Certificate Program is designed to benefit entry- to mid-level construction professionals, and is organized into modules that may be taken together (to earn the CM Certificate) or separately. Learn more!
Leadership Workshop Series.
Identify and develop your leadership philosophy. Understand how the individual impacts team dynamics. Use your leadership skills to strengthen your organization and support others’ work, and adapt your style to respond to changes and demands. More information coming soon!