The Associated General Contractors of America’s Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction -specific training curriculum developed, updated and field -tested by and for contractors. Supervisory skill - or the lack of it - directly affects every company’s bottom line. You make your money in the field, and STP can help you improve your organization’s bottom line.
The comprehensive 6 - course program focuses on the knowledge and skills that every supervisor must have to be an effective manager of people, time, equipment and materials. Please visit www.agc.org/STP for the complete program.
Who is STP for?
STP has been the professional development resource of choice for more than 150,000 construction supervisors and managers in the United States. Individuals attending STP courses include anyone on a construction jobsite in a supervisory role from the new supervisor and foreman to the experienced superintendent.
Program Completion Certificate
Upon successful completion of each individual STP course, participants will receive a course certificate. Course participants who complete STP Units 1 - 6, can submit an STP Completion Certificate Application to AGC of America in order to receive the AGC STP Certificate of Completion. Courses do not have to be taken in numerical order. All who complete the full program will be honored at a GCA Membership Meeting where their commitment and accomplishment will be recognized by the industry.
|This course will provide information about contract documents and construction law to help supervisors recognize the roles and responsibilities of all contracted parties, to develop an understanding of how contract documents can be helpful to solve problems and resolve conflicts, and to develop positive relationships between all parties in the construction process.
- Introduction to contract documents and construction law
- Creating a positive environment through partnering
- Contractual relationships
- Contract forms and documents
- Managing general conditions
- Good documentation practices
- Differing site conditions
- Time impacts
- Negotiation of resolutions
Scott I. Batterman, Esq.
Clay Chapman Pulice & Nervell