Our PM Training Is Taught By
A combination of college professors and industry specialists who are subject matter experts!
Here's just one of them...
RESTORATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Randy Rapp, D.Mgt., P.E., C.C.E., C.P.C., A.I.C., is an Associate Professor of Building Construction Management Technology at Purdue University. He coordinates the first-of-its-kind Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction Management concentration in the Department of Building Construction Management Technology at Purdue University. While with Kellogg-Brown & Root, he served in various professional capacities including project controls and materiel and logistics management for hurricanes Katrina and Wilma and demobilized the Restore Iraqi Oil program from Basra as its deputy program general manager. Randy’s work during the past decade included several years as the program director for the construction management degree program at Milwaukee School of Engineering and one year as the subject matter expert for the Technical, Education, and Certification Boards of AACE International. In 2010 he served as the chairman of the Government Affairs Committee of the Institute for Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC, now Clean Trust). He now serves as one of the members of the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) Certified Restorer Redevelopment Committee. He recently authored Disaster Recovery Project Management: Bringing Order from Chaos. Dr. Rapp has delivered many formal presentations and higher construction education courses and compiled much education and training courseware during the past 35 years, earning awards for curriculum development and teaching. He co-authored the book Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection. Along with doctoral management studies and engineering education at the bachelor’s and master’s levels, Randy found that wide experience with planning, training for, and executing contingency operations as a military engineer helps prepare one for the unpredictable, demanding and fast-paced environment that characterizes the management of disaster recovery projects.
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of the RPM Program meets the Project Management Institute’s® educational requirements to apply for the Project Management Professional (PMP®)
Successful completion also qualifies graduates for
2 CEC's from RIA®
and it meets a prerequisite
for WLS® Certification
and CR® Certification.