Large-Scale Watershed Restoration Project Management Training Course – Register by 3/15 to reserve your space at this training
Submit an Application to register for the Large-Scale (>$100K) Watershed Restoration Project Management Training Course (PM Training 201), offered by the Chesapeake Bay Trust and supported by the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network through the Capacity Building Initiative. The PM Training 201 course will take place on April 25 & 26 in the JMT corporate office at 40 Wight Avenue, Hunt Valley, MD, with the option to join remotely. Email email@example.com for the application or print/mail this form to JMT’s office.
See below for details about this training opportunity.
Overview of Training Curriculum
As restoration professionals continue to implement larger projects (>$100,000) and manage greater numbers of projects per year, the Trust has recognized the need for training to support this growing demand. The PM Training 201 course will provide an in-depth look at processes involved that allow these large-scale projects to be permitted, designed, advertised, and constructed on time and on budget. This training course will build on the materials presented in the previous training course (the PM Training 101 course materials can be found here: https://cbtrust.org/project-management-training/) as well as covering new material focused on increasing your knowledge and skills during the contracting, construction, and certification phases of the project. This training is intended for organizations that have been actively involved in constructing and managing large-scale (typically $100,000 and above) watershed restoration projects over the past few years or those who are anticipating a large-scale project in the upcoming year. Please complete the application by March 15th to register for this training and to inform he training staff about your needs so you can tailor the course materials to support your restoration work.
Post-Training Mentorship Program
The opportunity of a mentorship program with JMT engineers, scientists, and planners will be offered following the completion of the training course. Participants will be able to schedule sessions with JMT professionals including, but not limited to the following types of learning sessions: one-on-one discussions for project-specific items relating to topics covered in the training curriculum; project site visits to discuss project specific questions; and “office hours” sessions, to cover topics of interest and/or needs for the implementation of projects.
We ask that this application be completed and submitted no later than Monday, March 15, 2019. Submit your registration by clicking the “Submit by Email” button at the end of the application form. There is no registration fee associated with the application.
Training Lead: The training will be conducted by experienced engineers and restoration professionals from Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. (JMT).
We look forward to seeing you at this training!
Director, Restoration Programs
(410) 974-2941 x105