Construction schools/courses

Construction Technology programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 100 training courses/programs at schools in Columbus, OH, USA



The Ohio State University

Campus/Training Center: Columbus
Phone No.: (614) 292-OHIO

Construction Systems Management

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Construction systems management (CSM) is the management and operation of the business and technological aspects of the construction industry. The CSM major focuses on developing managerial skills to prepare for careers in coordinating and directing activities in a range of industry sectors including residential, commercial, and heavy construction.
Specific topics in the CSM core courses include construction materials and methods, mechanical systems, electrical and lighting systems, surveying and site development, estimating, scheduling, structures, heavy construction, safety and health, project management, contracts and documents, and professional development. Additionally, students in the CSM major take supporting courses in business management and technical electives to enhance the managerial and technical skills necessary for success as construction project manager in any sector of the construction industry.
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ITT Technical Institute Columbus Campus

Campus/Training Center: Columbus
Phone No.: 614-868-2000, 877-233-8864

Construction Management

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This program covers the fundamentals and offers a foundation in construction management, construction techniques and legal issues relating to the construction management field. Areas of study include building codes, site construction and measurement, construction documents, construction project management and construction safety management. The goal of the program is to help the student acquire skills that can be used to enter the workplace and be a versatile member of a construction team.
Career Opportunities

Graduates of this program may begin their careers in a variety of entry-level positions involving construction estimating, construction safety, construction project management or building code compliance.

Graduates who have difficulty distinguishing colors may not be able to perform the essential functions of various positions involving construction management.


Columbus State Community College

Campuses/Training Centers: Columbus, Delaware
Phone No.: 614-287-5353, 740-203-8000

Residential Construction Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

There are 2+2 and formal articulation agreements in place for many Ohio and U.S. colleges and universities. Contact the program advisor for details. The Construction Management program has been continuously accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) since 2000.

The Construction Management program prepares graduates for entry-level employment with all types of construction companies. Inside positions include work assignments in marketing, sales, estimating, and purchasing; field assignments include those in scheduling, cost control, quality assurance, assisting field superintendents, and monitoring safety programs. The local job market for graduates is expected to continue to grow as the Columbus construction industry steadily expands.

Construction Project Management Assistant (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

There are 2+2 and formal articulation agreements in place for many Ohio and U.S. colleges and universities. Contact the program advisor for details. The Construction Management program has been continuously accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) since 2000.

The Construction Management program prepares graduates for entry-level employment with all types of construction companies. Inside positions include work assignments in marketing, sales, estimating, and purchasing; field assignments include those in scheduling, cost control, quality assurance, assisting field superintendents, and monitoring safety programs. The local job market for graduates is expected to continue to grow as the Columbus construction industry steadily expands.

This certificate program is designed for office and administrative assistants and office managers in the construction and related industries. The program is available in traditional or online/distance lear... [Read More]

Construction Management

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

There are 2+2 and formal articulation agreements in place for many Ohio and U.S. colleges and universities. Contact the program advisor for details. The Construction Management program has been continuously accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) since 2000.

The Construction Management program prepares graduates for entry-level employment with all types of construction companies. Inside positions include work assignments in marketing, sales, estimating, and purchasing; field assignments include those in scheduling, cost control, quality assurance, assisting field superintendents, and monitoring safety programs. The local job market for graduates is expected to continue to grow as the Columbus construction industry steadily expands.

In addition to technical and management courses taught at the college, associate degree students have the opportunity to work directly with employers through a summer quarter cooperative job program that f... [Read More]


Ivy Tech Community College

Campuses/Training Centers: Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Madison, Nashville, Richmond
Phone No.: 888-IVY-LINE

Construction Technology

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

The construction industry has placed new demands on the building industry. There is a need for employees skilled in estimating, writing specifications for building plans, layout and assembly of residential steel framing, and building restoration and renovation.
This program will give you the knowledge and skills necessary for job success either as a self-employed business person, or as an employee in home improvement centers, plumbing and electrical contractor, carpentry trades, or many other phases within the construction industry.

Building Construction Management

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment

The building construction management program will prepare you for work in residential, commercial and industrial construction and construction consulting. Emphasis is placed on building a foundation in materials science, concrete and soil technology, statics and strength of materials science, surveying and building fabrication.
Sample careers in this field: Estimator, field engineer

10 Hr OSHA for Construction (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Providing a variety of training on construction safety and health to entry level workers, this course emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention; offered in English or Spanish. Course completers will receive a 10-hour card from OSHA. 10 Hr OSHA for Healthcare.Designed for safety personnel from healthcare professions who are responsible for on-the-job safety and health work practices, this course teaches applicable OSHA regulations; offered in English or Spanish. Course completers will receive a 10-hour card from OSHA.

Bridge and Highway Construction

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment

When transitioning from residential or commercial construction to bridge and highway construction, the process and safety environment present different challenges. Classroom training, lab work and site visits give the participant an overview of those challenges as well as skills to address them effectively and safely.

LEED Accredited Professional-Building, Design, & Construction Exam Preparation (BD&C)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

The LEED Accredited Professional certification is an advanced certification provided by the US Green Building Council that allows individuals to specialize in a specific area. LEED Building, Design, & Construction, a LEED AP designation, is the largest and broadest of the US Green Building Council’s LEED rating systems. Your instructor will spend time explaining the differences between each LEED AP designation and how they relate to the LEED rating system. Then your instructor will concentrate on BD&C, where participants spend time learning the requirements to design and construct new residential buildings according to the LEED rating system.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

•The LEED AP Credential
•Compliance standards for LEED BD&C
•Sustainable Sites
•Water Efficiency
•Energy & Atmosphere
•Materials & Resources
•Indoor Environmental Quality
COURSE MATERIALS

LEED BD&C Handbook, 4 Online Simulated BD&C Practice Exams, memorization sheets, and c... [Read More]


Columbus Technical College

Campus/Training Center: Columbus
Phone No.: 706.649.1800

Construction Print Reading Fundamentals

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment

This course introduces the reading and interpretation of prints and architectural drawings for all the construction trades. Topics include: types of plans, scales, specifications, conventions, and schedules.

Introduction to Construction

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This course covers introduction to the different crafts in the building trades through an overview of the building process. The student is also introduced to the attitudes and life skills required to succeed in the construction industry. Topics include: introduction to the construction trades and the building process; workplace expectations, quality of work, professional ethical standards, proper practices, fundamentals of measurement, working in teams, learning for success and life skills.

Certified Construction Worker

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

The Certified Construction Worker program offers training for the construction industry that provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to work effectively on a construction site.

The Certified Construction Worker certificate offers students training of students for working on construction sites and introduces the fundamental types of building materials used in residential and commercial construction. Topics include: safety, tool use, concrete products, masonry materials, plumbing materials, fasteners, wood products, finishing materials, manufactured products, and an introduction to estimating construction job costs.

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