The objective of this course is to prepare a practicing project manager, architect, designer, contractor, or aspiring student for the role of Project Manager: Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment across industries including Construction. This project management program integrates the various aspects of the role of the Project Manager in designing, purchasing, and placement of FF&E in collaboration with architects, construction managers, engineers, and interior designers to deliver on a commercial project that meets the expectations of the client and needs of the end user.
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- Self-paced Online
Course delivery details
Certification / Credits
- Understand the role of Project Manager in FFE for Commercial Construction, and the relevance of the position in the industry
- Broaden and improve your leadership effectiveness in FF&E as Project Manager within the project team
- Discover the influence of stakeholders in decision-making and the importance of fulfilling expectations of multiple roles to achieve a client's objectives
- Demonstrate the process steps from building concept, final design, purchasing, and installation of all things.
Why choose Ball State Lifetime Learning?
Non-credit courses taught by faculty and industry experts in flexible formats
Alternative options to pay for courses including WIOA and GI Bill funding
Online career training programs under 3 months to get you career-ready
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Lifetime Learning by Ball State University
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