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Everyone has their own reasons for becoming an engineer, but very rarely do engineers set out early in their careers to become a project manager. In fact, many project managers are born from pure necessity, but that doesn’t mean they can’t excel in their new role.

Join Howard Birnberg to take a closer look at the responsibilities and challenges of becoming an engineering firm project manager, and what it takes to succeed in the role. During this 90-minute session, you’ll explore key responsibilities, including:

  • Marketing and continued contact with clients
  • Proposal preparation and fee determination and negotiation
  • Staff planning and assembly of the project team
  • Managing all phases of the project
  • Quality management
  • Team relations
  • Project status reporting
  • Billing and collection

    Presenter: Howard Birnberg, Executive Director, Association for Project Management

    Course Type

    Online Class

    Delivery Type

    On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

    PDH Credit


    Price (Member)


    Price (Non-Member)


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