Supervisory Training

AGC Supervisory Training

AGC’s Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a comprehensive six-course program focusing on the knowledge and skills that every supervisor must have to be an effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. 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.

Check out the Supervisory Training Program brochure.

 

The STP curriculum creates an unmatched learning experience for participants. Every STP course is activity-based, with discussions, case histories, problems and exercises. Participants in STP courses draw upon their field experience and learn by interaction with others from all areas of the construction industry.

Unit 1 – Leadership and Motivation
Unit 2 – Oral and Written 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

 

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Locally, STP courses can be taken through the Northwest College of Construction or can be offered in-house at your location. Find out how to bring STP to you.

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Customize Your Safety Training

Need training but can’t attend one of our scheduled classes. With 10 or more people we can provide a class for you at your location or ours.

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Need more information?

Contact Colette Evers, safety and education director, for more information.