CQM-C course was developed by US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) and Associated General Contractors (AGC).
About the Course
This course describes QC/QA system successfully used by Corps of Engineers and NAVFAC. Concepts are increasingly being adopted by state agencies, public authorities and other local public sector owners. It details planning concepts, which are prevention-oriented to reduce tear-out, improve quality and improve schedule.
The course uses DVD, class instruction, workbook exercises with discussion and case study exercises. Students will be provided with a student study guide. You will take a Pre-Test on Day 1 to set the stage for your training. To successfully complete the course, the student must be present for all sessions and achieve a passing grade of 70 on the final exam. Upon satisfactory completion, a five-year certificate will be issued to students.
The course is held over a 2 day period. Day one will be an eight hour session followed by a half day on day 2. Expect to be out by 12:00pm on the second day once you have passed your exam.
Day 1: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Day 2: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
Who Should Attend
CQM-C is a construction continuing education course useful for owners, A/Es, inspectors, construction managers, facility engineers, particularly those doing public sector construction. Successful completion of CQM-C course by QC managers and their alternates is required by both USACE and NAVFAC construction contract specifications. NAVFAC design build specifications require both construction QC managers and design QC managers to have successfully completed the course.
Contractor's who currently hold a CQM-C certification and need to re-certify may accomplish this through repeating the classroom CQM for Contractors course. At this time there is no online re-certification.
This class is taught by Larry Smith, a qualified NAVFAC/USACE appointed instructor