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AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 1MORECLASSES!NEW STATEWIDE EDITION#1 Construction Education Program in CaliforniaTraining andEducationalCatalogIn this issue:• SUPERVISOR TRAINING PROGRAM• BIM – BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING• HAZWOPER, SWPPP and much more!


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AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 3Table of ContentsJANUARY – JUNE 2009Training and Educational CatalogINSTRUCTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 – 8LOCATION INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9REGISTRATION POLICIES . . . . . . . . . . . .10COURSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11STP – SupervisorTraining Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11Problem Solving & Decision MakingAccident Prevention & Loss ControlBIM – BuildingInformation Modeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Introduction to BIMBIM CoordinationNavisWorks CoordinationSafety Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13–24Hazardous Waste Operations andEmergency Response: 40 Hour (HAZWOPER)HAZWOPER Annual Refresher TrainingHazardous Materials Awareness LevelTraining — SpanishOSHA 10-hour Construction Safety CourseAsbestos 16-hour Operations andMaintenance — InitialAsbestos Cement Pipe — InitialAsbestos Cement Pipe — RefresherAsbestos AwarenessTrainingLead AwarenessTrainingHeat Illness: Train-the-Trainer Heat IllnessPrevention Compliance for EmployersExcavation Safety ‘Competent PersonTraining’Confined Space Entry — Competent PersonConfined Space Entry with Fall Protection —Basic Awareness LevelFall Protection — Competent Person Level ITrench Shoring & Excavation —Competent PersonTraffic Control/Flagger Safety TrainingCPR/First Aid/AED Certification TrainingForklift “Train-the-Trainer” ProgramCrane Operator Training: Written Examinationfor NCCCO Certification TrainingCrane NCCCO Written Exam —Core and SpecialtiesCrane NCCCO Written Exam —Specialty (one only)Rules of the RoadReasonable & Suspicious ObserverTrainingGreen Building / Environmental . . . . . .2524 HR Stormwate Pollutions Prevention forConstrcution SitesSWPPP Compliance Training — 8-hourIndustry-Related Training . . . . . . . .26–302009 Prevailing Wage SeminarSage Timberline Product Management:Change ManagementSage Timberline Product Management:Document ControlSage Master Builder Product ManagementSage Timberline EstimatingFundamentalsSage Timberline EstimatingExtendedOn-Center On-Screen TakeoffHow to Win the Fight! Change Orders & ClaimsProving, Pricing and Defending Differing SiteConditionsProving, Pricing and Defending InefficiencyClaimsExecutive Leadership in Construction TrainingProcore Project Management Training ClassProject ManagementConstruction Quality ManagementThe Indispensable SupervisorCALENDAR OF EVENTS . . . . . . . . . 32 – 33ENROLLMENT FORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34Produced byPublisher: Kathy VarneySales Coordinator: Maggie HartleyArt Director: Jeff Krugerwww.california.construction.comOUR VISION:AGC will be the organizationwhose products and servicesare in demand and its politicaland economic guidance will besought and respected withinthe construction industry.OUR MISSION:The Associated GeneralContractors of California, thevoice of the constructionindustry, is committed toimproving the profitabilityof its members throughexcellent services in:• Safety and Health• Education and Training• Employee and LaborRelations• Government• Relations/Legislation...and our commitment to skill,integrity, and responsibilityAGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 3


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 4InstructorsMICHAEL BACATrainerJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingMike has spent over 20 yearsin both the private sector andmilitary agencies educatingindividuals on various topicsincluding Emergency Medicalprocedures, CPR, First Aid,AED, Bloodborne Pathogens and additional OSHASafety topics.PHYLLIS BARBOURTrainer/ConsultantAlliance Solutions GroupPhyllis started working with CPMand DOS based business softwarein the early 1980’s as abookkeeper for a software andhardware reseller. In 1985 sheformed her consulting businessto install, train and perform technical support toclients in the manufacturing, distribution and constructionindustries. In the mid 1990’s she became aCertified Consultant for the Timberline Software tospecialize in implementing and training on windowsbased construction software. In 2001 she became aCertified Consultant on Sage Masterbuilder Software.She has helped hundreds of small to mid-size businessesto utilize software as a tool for improvingprofitability.WILLIAM BECKERSenior InstructorGlobal Environmental Network, Inc.William C Becker has beenactive in the training professionfor over 24 years in Safety,HazMat, and Heavy EquipmentTraining in the US ArmyOperations and Safety. He possessover 15 years as the Operations Trainer at the1st Battalion 144th Field Artillery. Responsibilitiesincluded preparation/implementation of theBattalions Training, Injury & Illness Prevention,Hazardous Materials, and Inspections SafetyPrograms. Mr. Becker worked closely with ArmySafety Officers as a Safety and Weapons, HeavyEquipment Trainer. He graduated from the ArmyAdvance “Train the Trainer” Program and taughtHeavy Equipment, Weapons, IED to 1500 deployingsoldiers. He also specialized in teaching HeavyVehicle, Wheeled and Track, Confined Space Entryand NBC Respiratory Protection. Mr. Becker wasdeployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Sr. Leaderfor 65 Soldiers. Mr. Becker was fully responsible fordeveloping, implementing and executing all newsafety courses for the operation. These classesincluded Fall Protection, Scaffolding CompetentPerson and User, Hazard Communication, Lockout/Tag out, Hearing Protection, Welding & Cutting,Compressed Gas, and Confined Space Entry.STEVE BLOISAfter obtaining his bachelor ofscience degree in industrial engineeringform Cal Poly, San LuisObispo in 1973, Steve Bloisjoined the family business, BloisConstruction, Inc. He gainedexperience in various aspects of the business byworking in several positions before being namedpresident and general manager in 1984. From 1997to 2003 he served as co-president of the companyand was named the director in 2006. Recently hestarted his own business, Valley Vista Consulting,sharing his construction expertise with major clientcompanies.BO BRADLEYSafety & Health DirectorAssociated General Contractors of CaliforniaBo Bradley has been in theconstruction industry as a safetyprofessional for over 18 years.She is currently the Director ofSafety, Health & RegulatoryServices with the AGC ofCalifornia. Bo has worked with Operating Engineersand two General Contractors that were small whenshe started and grew to medium-large during hertime there. She has a close, working relationshipwith CAL/OSHA Directors, Division Staff andConsultation. Bo is also a Certified Dream Coachand she uses her coaching skills to coach andmentor her fellow safety professionals in creatingour common dream of an effective safety culture inthe construction industry.JOHN BROWNLead & Asbestos, Director of TrainingGlobal Environmental Network, Inc.Mr. Brown has been activelyinvolved in various hazardousmaterials and safety trainingover the last 38 years, coordinatingand directing regional andnational environmental programssince 1966. He is currently a State of CaliforniaAccredited Instructor for Lead and Asbestos trainingas well as performing training for many other hazardousmaterial and safety related disciplines. Johnhas developed numerous lead & asbestos trainingcourses and manuals, gaining approval through theState of CA. He has had extensive experience inboth the private and the public sectors in hazardousmaterials and safety training. John is currently workingwith the American Red Cross and the OSHATraining Institute, and is retired military, with over 22years in the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy. Mr.Brown is certified in explosive geophysical operations,and has instructed in Korea, South America,and Africa. John is also a certified OSHA ConstructionOutreach Trainer, and a Certified Instructor with theAmerican Red Cross.4 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 5THOMAS J. BURLESONPresidentBurleson Construction CompanyTom Burleson is President of Burleson ConstructionCompany, a third-generation, 60-year old firm inJohnson City, Tennessee. An AGC activist, Tom ispast Chairman of the Construction EducationCommittee of the Associated General Contractors ofAmerica. He is also a Life Director of AGC ofAmerica, a past President of AGC of Tennes-see, anda member of the Consulting Constructors Counciland the AGC of America Education and ResearchFoundation. Tom recently retired from the U.S. ArmyReserve Corps of Engineers with the rank of coloneland served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and DesertStorm. Tom earned a B.S. degree in BuildingScience from Clemson University and receivedCertified Professional Constructor (C.P.C) status fromthe Constructor Certification Commission.ROBERT BURHANSProject SuperintendentMcCarthy Building Companies, INC.Robert has 27 years of experiencein the construction industrywith a combination of formaleducation and field and technicalskills experience. Robertstarted his construction careerin the Seattle area working on buildings like theSeahawk's training center and the University ofWashington Health Science Building. He workedhis way up from interior finishes foreman to superintendent.In Southern California, Robert has beenworking on a variety of projects, maintaining hisexpertise with high rises in San Diego, and workingas Project Superintendent for major healthcareprojects for the St Joseph Healthcare System.SONYA COPPOLECCHIACertified InstructorJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingSonya has several years ofexperience within the educationindustry teaching individuals onvarious topics including:Cardiovascular PulmonaryResuscitation (CPR), First Aid,Automated External Defibrillator (AED), BloodbornePathogens and OSHA Safety. Prior to her work inemergency services, Sonya worked in retail fashionspecializing in sales, marketing and merchandising.The fashion industry helped strengthen her deepaffection for working with the public. Her fun, easygoing approach to teaching, as well as her desire tohelp people, has made her one of our most requestedinstructors!ANDREA CHAPMANTrainer/ConsultantAlliance Solutions GroupAndrea is a senior level consultantwho embracing technologyand helps her clients integrateSage Master Builder and thirdpartysoftware solutions tostreamline and centralized theirconstruction business systems. She has 10 yearsexperience as a business management and processintegration consultant and 15 years experience inconstruction business management, estimating,scheduling, project management, and accounting.As an owner and operator of a successful constructionbusiness for 13 years, she was as an “earlyadopter” of business software and computer technology.Her extensive experience using technology tosolve client problems gives her the background andskills to guide her clients from concept to tangibleresults.RUSS CLARK, CPAConsultant/TrainerAlliance Solutions GroupRuss is an ex Marine and now aCPA that has spent his careerworking in the construction andtechnology industries. Russ wasa long time Timberline Softwareemployee where he managed alarge consulting practice. He transitioned to privatepractice where he now manages a large group ofconsultants that focus their time on Real Estateand construction. Russ specializes in SageTimberline Office and has expensive experiencewith Accounting, Project Management, ServiceManagement and Document Management.CHARLES W. COOK, PH.D.PresidentR. S. Cook and Associates, Inc.Tracing family history in constructionover two and a halfcenturies, Charles W. Cook hassuccessfully combined a careerfurthering the family constructionbusiness with an avocationin communications, media, and teaching. Charlie ispresident of R. S. Cook and Associates, Inc., inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania. Their primary work hasbeen commercial and industrial renovations andadditions. An active member of the ConstructionEducation Committee of the Associated GeneralContractors of America, Charlie is currently servingas chairman of the continuing EducationSubcommittee. He has presented leadership, timemanagement, communication, team building andmotivation seminars for several corporations andAGC chapters and served as a media consultant forPhiladelphia area political campaigns. He receivedhis B.A., cum laude, from Cornell University, hisMasters from Temple, and his Ph.D. from New YorkUniversity.www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 5


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 6InstructorsALAN DAGESConsultant/ Senior InstructorJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingFor over ten years, Mr. Dageshas performed a variety ofduties including supervision,and final review of Phase OneEnvironmental Site Assessmentsand lead fieldwork. He has beeninvolved in over 1,000 projects throughout theWestern states. During this time, the Phase One workhas expanded to oversight of soil investigations,remediation, and Underground Storage Tank removal.His lead, asbestos, and Phase I clients include LosAngeles County Public Works Department, LosAngeles County Fire Departments, Regional WaterQuality Control Board, San Diego County Environmentalhealth Department, County of Orange WaterDistrict, San Bernardino County Department ofEnvironmental Health Services/Hazardous MaterialsDivision, South Coast Air Quality Management District(SCAQMD), and numerous private businesses.ROBIN DAVIS, CPATrainer/ConsultantAlliance Solutions GroupRobin Davis is a CPA that specializesin providing high levelservices to the construction andreal estate industry. She spenther early career as an executivewith an international real estatedevelopment firm. Her practice now focuses on providingpart time CFO services to companies that arein transition, providing project management to firmsconverting software systems as well as consultingand training on operational and accounting software.Robin has extensive real world experience with manysoftware packages including Sage Timberline Office.T. JOSEPH DECOLLIBUSSuperintendentMcCarthy Building Companies, Inc.As a construction professional,with a combination of formaleducation, technical skills, andover 28 years of achievementin the construction industry asa Superintendent and Manager,Joe’s background includes: planning, schedulingand coordinating self performed work forces oncomplex cast in place concrete projects. He hasparticular expertise in structural concrete projectsincluding high rise structures, subterranean parkinggarages, tilt-ups, composite structural steel buildings,pre-cast and post tension structures.JEANNIE DONALDSONConsultant/TrainerAlliance Solutions GroupJeannie has almost 15 yearsexperience working withaccounting software and technologyin the construction industry.She has implemented severalsystems as a controller anddozens of systems as a software consultant. Shestrives to provide simple yet powerful implementationsand credits her ability to do both from the yearsof training she received from the Master Trainers atTimberline. Jeannie works with Accounting, ProjectManagement, Service Management and DocumentManagement systems.ANWAR HAFEEZPresident and Founder,SDC & AssociatesAnwar Hafeez is a respectedengineer and construction projectmanager, who has personallysupervised over $1.4 Billion ofmajor construction projects overthe past 35+ years and settledover $200 Million of Change Orders & Claims.His most notable projects include the San DiegoConvention Center, Los Angeles Central Library, LosAngeles International Airport (LAX) Expansion for the1984 Olympics, Washington DC Subway System(WMATA), Radisson’s Flagship Hotel in ManhattanBeach (CA), Armed Forces Medical University inBethesda (MD), and Walter Reed Army HospitalBarracks.JIM HOEPPNERTrainer/ConsultantAlliance Solutions GroupA Timberline Certified EstimatingConsultant, has a BS degree inConstruction Administration fromthe University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has worked as aconstruction manager and estimatorin residential and commercial construction. Hestarted with Timberline Software at the Oregon headquartersin 1998 and became the EstimatingCertification Manager before deciding to work asconsultant in 2002. Jim is fluent in Spanish.ROGELIO HORTAHealth and Safety Trainer,JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingMr. Horta brings years of handson experience as a Health andSafety Trainer qualified to teachHAZWOPER (Hazardous WasteOperations and EmergencyResponse), Hazard Communication,Respiratory Protection, CPR/First Aid/AED,Forklift Operator, and Forklift Operator Train-the-Trainer.6 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 7JIM LAMARConsultant/TrainerAlliance Solutions GroupA CPA with an MBA fromUniversity of Virginia with over20 years of experience, Jimworked for Deloitte & ToucheUSA LLC prior to moving to privateindustry. Over the last 15years Jim has worked with several large internationalfirms in roles as Controller and Vice President ofFinance, Treasury and IT. The firms were in manufacturing,Real Estate Development and HomeBuilding . Jim has worked with Sage TimberlineOffice since 2001 and now focuses his time on consultingand training for companies that use SageTimberline Office. He focuses on all of the financialapplications as well as Project Management,Document Management and Service Management.BRUCE LOKESMOE, CPESC, SWPPP Trainer,OSHA 500 Instructor / Safety Specialist,Global Environmental Network, Inc.Bruce is actively involved as aEH&S Safety Specialist/Instructorfor Federal and State ofCalifornia EPA, DOT and OSHArelated courses. He holds hisOSHA 30 and 500 certificate. OSHA 30-hour certified.Bruce is recognized as a leading instructor inthe areas of NPDES Stormwater Program andOccupational Health & Safety topics by theAssociated General Contractors of California (AGC);the Los Angeles/Orange County Chapter of theMaintenance Superintendents Association (MSA); theAmerican Public Works Association (APWA); and thePublic Agency Safety Managers Association (PASMA).Currently involved in developing Water QualityManagement Plans (WQMPs) for commercial andresidential developers who must meet increasinglystringent restrictions regarding impacts to thehydrology of an area caused by their projects.Developing several practical application courses fordevelopers, contractors, and municipal personnelwho are required to implement, inspect, and maintainthe programs and practices required under thecurrent State Water Board regulations. He holdsa BA in Business Administration as well asnumerous other certifications.MARK LYONSDirector, Business DevelopmentProcore TechnologiesMark’s focus is on using technologyto improve constructionproject management. Mark’sexpertise in using MicrosoftProject for effective projectscheduling has made himProcore’s leading advocate for project managementbest practices. Mark provides training seminars onconstruction management techniques and tools atvenues throughout the US, including contractorassociations, university construction managementprograms, and construction software user groupmeetings.MARLA MAYNARDTrainer/ConsultantAlliance Solutions GroupWith over 25 years of businessmanagement and consultingexperience, Marla has extensiveknowledge in developing businessprocesses, as well asimplementing and training onvarious financial and project management software.With an M.S. in Psychology, Marla has a uniqueinsight into employee relations and Human ResourceManagement. Having been a Small BusinessAdministration Loan Officer, she is familiar with theintricacies of construction financing. Additionally, sheworked as the Project Coordinator for a major unionElectrical Contractor, giving her an overall perspectiveof both union and government complexities incontracting. Having taught as an adjunct professor atCalifornia Baptist University, she is able to clearlydisseminate information and develop materials tosupplement the training process. She has extensiveexperience with several accounting programs includingSage Master Builder, Quick Books, & Peachtree.DRAKE MUATPresident / Director of TrainingGlobal Environmental Network, Inc.Drake Muat and his partnerstarted Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc. in 1992 as ahealth and safety training organization.He has grown the companyinto a multi million dollarcompany servicing hundreds of clients in the areasof private and public construction and State andLocal Public Works. Mr. Muat gained his strongmanagement skill during his employment in NewportBeach, CA as a Fire Captain where he completed histraining under the California State Fire Marshal’sOffice, Hazardous Materials Section, IC and ID. Heestablished the Hazardous Materials EmergencyResponse Team for the City of Newport Beach, CA,and assisted in developing their EmergencyResponse Plan. In addition he has chaired the firstcommittee to write the Emergency Response Plan forthe County of Orange, CA. Prior to becoming theCaptain of the Hazardous Materials team, Mr. Muatwas a Paramedic Coordinator where he experiencedhands-on medical emergencies and provided trainingin CPR and First Aid Instructor.RICK OWENInstructorTrench Shoring Co.Rick is a Certified NUCA instructor for competentperson training in trenching and excavations, as wellas a Certified NUCA instructor for permit requiredconfined space entry. He achieved NUCA MasterInstructor status in 1997. Rick also completed SpeedShore’s Train the Trainer program for competent personin trenching and excavations. He starting teachingfor Trench Shoring Co. in 1999, and trained morethan 6,000 people. With 27+ years experience in theoil and gas industry, he has primarily focused onsafety, pipeline constructionand maintenance, facility construction and maintenance,and facility operations.www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 7


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 8InstructorsTIM PAGE-BOTTORFFBusiness Development and TrainerJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingPrimary responsibilities includeplanning and implementing ofsales and marketing activities.He oversees business growthapproach and planning functions;manages negotiations ofcontracts and special appearances; advertising/salespromotion strategies and compiles, analyzes, andinterprets statistical data. Tim is also a Lead stafftrainer with responsibilities including educationalprogram design, development and implementation.BRADLEY A. PRILL, MIS, CIH, CSPTrainer/Consultant,JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingBrad is a Certified IndustrialHygienist (CIH) as well as aCertified Safety Professional(CSP). Mr. Prill has over sixteenyears of project managementand administration experience inall facets of industrial hygiene, occupational safetyand health, and environmental compliance. Brad isan active member of the American Industrial HygieneAssociation and the American Society of SafetyEngineers. He also prides himself on developing longterm relationships with the clients and studentsalike.LARRY J. SMITH, P.E., F.ASCE, CCMChief of Construction Branch, U.S. Army Corpsof Engineers, Sacramento DistrictLarry J. Smith, P.E., F.ASCE, CCMis the Chief of ConstructionBranch for the U.S. Army Corpsof Engineers, SacramentoDistrict. Larry manages a teamof 125 Engineers andConstruction Managers overseeing Military and CivilConstruction in Northern California, Northern Nevada,and Utah. Mr. Smith has a bachelor’s and master’sdegrees in civil engineering from the University ofUtah. Larry is a Registered Professional Engineer inCalifornia and Utah and a Certified ConstructionManager. Larry is an instructor for the Corps ofEngineers Professional Development Center teachingConstruction Contract Administration, NetworkScheduling, Construction Quality Management and ahost of short subjects on demand for Corps ofEngineers students around the globe.BRIAN WEATHERLYMBA, CSPJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingBrian Weatherly is a BoardCertified Safety Professional(CSP) with over a decade ofproven management consultingexperience. Brian is serving andassisting clients in planning,developing and executing methods to integrateSafety, Health & Environmental into the core businessprocesses. Brian is active with industry associations.He is currently the Vice President of theAmerican Society of Safety Engineer’s (ASSE) SouthTexas Chapter and is active at the regional andnational level. He is a member of the National SafetyCouncil (NSC) and the National Environmental Safetyand Health Trainers Association.EVE WERBEConsultant/TrainerAlliance Solutions GroupEve is a consultant/trainer thatspecializes in Sage TimberlineOffice. She brings over 12 yearsof real world experience withTimberline as the CFO for severallarge contractors in SouthernCalifornia. She now focuses her time on helpingcompanies implement and fine tune processesand procedures as well as implement softwareappliacations to enhance reporting and workflow.Eve has a BS in Business Administration and has aJuris Doctorate (JD) degree so she likes to specializesin Construction Accounting, Project Management,Technology, Legal and Risk issues ofconstruction firms.JIM WRIGHTOSHA 500, Journeyman, HAZMAT Specialist,Contractor’s A License Instructor/EH&S Manager Global Environmental NetworkAs an actively involved Construction Professional,with over 11 years of field and technical experience,Jim has extensive qualifications including a BA inBusiness Management, a General Contractor’sLicense with a Hazmat Endorsement, 40 hour HAZ-WOPER Certification; R.A.D. Worker Two Certification;O.S.H.A. 500 Site Safety & Health TrainingCertification; 24 hr Hazardous Material (land siteinvestigations) Certification; Site Safety SupervisorManagement Training; Hazardous Waste OperationsSupervisor Management Training; and many others.He has specific experience as a Heavy EquipmentCompetent Person and Internal Instructor where heoversaw and developed training manuals for a varietyof heavy equipment and thousands of students.Jim also currently acts as a EH&S OperationalCoordinator leading teams in investigations of EH&Srelated issues.8 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 9LOCATION INDEXANAHEIMJoshuaCasey Corporate Training915 E. Katella Ave., Ste. 200Anaheim, CA 92805(714) 245-9440CARPENTERIAJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingFOR LOCATION INFORMATION ANDADDITIONAL DETAILS, VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.agc-ca.orgCONCORDGlobal Environmental Network1390 Willow Pass RoadConcord, CA 94520(800) 230-6944FRESNOGranite Construction Training Facility2716 Granite CourtFresno, CA 93706(559) 593-2508FULLERTONTrench Shoring1400 E. Orangethorpe AvenueFullerton, CA 92831(714) 879-1005LOS ALAMITOSDynalectric Los Angeles4462 Corporate Center DriveLos Alamitos, CA 91720(714) 828-7000MALIBUVilla Graziado Executive CenterPepperdine University24255 Pacific Coast HighwayMalibu, CA 90263(310) 506-1100MANHATTAN BEACHAlliance Solutions Group1332 Parkview Avenue, Suite 100Manhattan Beach, CA 90266(888) 559-9540OAKLANDGlobal Environmental Network8390 Capwell DriveOakland, CA 94621(800) 230-6944OCEANSIDEFOR LOCATION INFORMATION ANDADDITIONAL DETAILS, VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.agc-ca.orgSAN BERNARDINOJoshuaCasey Corporate Trainingvia National University804 E. Brier DriveSan Bernardino, CA 92408(714) 245-9440SAN FRANCISO – PLEASANT HILLAlliance Solutions Group3478 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 1000Pleasant Hill, CA 94523(888) 559-9540SANTA ANAGlobal Environmental Network106 West 4th Street, Suite 201Santa Ana, CA 92701(800) 230-6944SANTA BARBARAJoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingFOR LOCATION INFORMATION ANDADDITIONAL DETAILS, VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.agc-ca.orgWEST COVINAAGC-CA1906 S. Garvey Ave. W., Ste. 100West Covina, CA 91790(626) 608-5800WEST SACRAMENTO3095 Beacon BoulevardWest Sacramento, CA 95691(800) 230-6944VENTURATWIW Insurance Offices196 South Fir StreetVentura, CA 930012009JANUARY – JUNETraining andEducationalCatalogVisit us online atwww.agc-ca.orgAGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 9


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 10Registration Policies2009JANUARY – JUNETraining andEducationalCatalogHOW TO REGISTERRegister on-line at www.agc-ca.org or complete theenrollment form and return with your check madepayable to “AGC of California” or with your creditcard information. Mail the form to AGC of Californiaat 1906 West Garvey Avenue South, Suite 100, WestCovina, CA 91790 or fax at 626-608-5810. A contactname, phone number, fax number, and attendees’names are necessary; along with emailaddresses should AGC need to advise students ofclass changes or cancellations. You will receive aconfirmation for the registered class.PAYMENTFull course payment must accompany each registrationfor all attendees prior to class. Payment canbe made by check or credit card. Credit Card (CC):Fax or mail CC information with registration orphone in CC information to Anh Tran at 626-608-5800. Master Card, Visa, and American Expressaccepted. Credit card payment can be made online.This information is encrypted and secure. All creditcard information is destroyed after it is charged.Website: www.agc-ca.orgAGC of California1906 West Garvey Avenue South, Suite 100West Covina, CA 91790ATTN: David JenkinsMEMBER FEEApplies to AGC-CA member that is in good standingof AGC of California.CLASS LOCATIONSRead each course description / flyer for location ofclasses.CHANGES AND ADDITIONSAdditional classes may be added to the AGC-CA curriculumat any time depending upon training needs.Please check the AGC of California’s website atwww.agc-ca.org, or call AGC-CA at 626-608-5800for updated information.SPANISH ONLY COURSESAdditional classes taught in Spanish are availablefor most topics upon request. For further informationcontact Anh Tran/Dave Jenkins of AGC-CA at 626-608-5800.SPECIFIC COURSE REQUESTTo request a course not currently offered, or if specializedtraining is needed at your company or jobsite, please contact Anh Tran or Dave Jenkins ofAGC-CA at 626-608-5800.CANCELLATIONSCancellations must be made in writing, by fax or e-mail 72 hours prior to the start date of class for registrantsto receive a refund. All persons that do notcancel their registration are responsible for full payment.LIMITED CLASS SIZERead each course description for identification oflimited class size. Limited classes will be filled on afirst come first served.Visit us online atwww.agc-ca.orgINSUFFICIENT CLASSREGISTRATIONSAGC-CA reserves the right to cancel any course orclass. Registrants will be notified 48 hours inadvance of start date.10 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2008


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 11SUPERVISOR TRAINING PROGRAM (STP)A Supervisory Training Overview:The Supervisory Training Program (STP),created by AGC of America, is a construction-specifictraining curriculum developed,updated, and field tested by and for contractors.The program consists of 12 comprehensivecourses (including two overviewcourses) that focus on the knowledge andskills that every supervisor must have tobe an effective manager of people, time,equipment and materials. Supervisory skill— or lack of it — directly affects everycompany’s bottom line. Each day, decisionsmade by every foreman and superintendentare crucial to the success or failure ofevery construction project. You make yourmoney in the field, and STP can help youimprove your organization’s bottom line.PROGRAM COURSES:• Unit 1: Leadership and Motivation• Unit 2: Oral and Written Communication• Unit 3: Problem Solving andDecision Making• Unit 4: Contract Documents andConstruction Law• Unit 5: Planning and Scheduling• Unit 6: Understanding and ManagingProject Costs• Unit 7: Accident Prevention andLoss Control• Unit 8: Managing the Project —The Supervisor’s Role• Unit 9: Productivity Improvement• Unit 10: General and SpecialtyConstructor Dynamics• Overview: Construction Supervisor• Overview: Heavy/Highway ConstructionSupervisorVisit our website for STP course offeringsfor late 2009.Problem Solving andDecision Making (Unit 3)INSTRUCTORS: Steve Blois, Blois Const.,and McCarthy Building Companies/Hensel-Phelps ConstructionThis course teaches the concepts andskills needed to identify problems andmake effective decisions to prevent orresolve. This course will help constructionsuper-visors identify problems and howthey occur and learn techniques for solvingthem in the construction industry.Supervisors will learn how to use the decision-makingprocess, related to planning,project managment, human resouces, laborcosts, subcontractors, emergencies, andother mportant considerations.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Problems in the construction industry• Establishing a problem solvingenvironment• Human performance problems• The problem identification process• The decision making process• Labor costs and subcontractors• Effective production planning• Production process improvement• Project-wide applications• Risk, emergencies, and crisis situations$249 AGC-CA MEMBERS$349 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING MANUAL.THREE DAYS (Saturdays):All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmLOS ALAMITOSJANUARY 10, 2009JANUARY 17, 2009JANUARY 24, 2009Accident Prevention andLoss Control (Unit 7)INSTRUCTORS: McCarthy BuildingCompanies/Hensel-Phelps ConstructionThis course will cover the roles andresponsibilities of a construction supervisorin accident prevention and loss control.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Introduction to site safety and healthmanagement• Safety leadership, motivation, andempowerment• Planning for site safety• Site safety management• Site security and protection• Multi-employer safety• Construction risk management• Safety and human resources• Regulatory procedures, record keepingand documents• Using and understanding referencematerial and advisory resources.THREE DAYS:$249 AGC-CA MEMBERS$349 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING MANUAL.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmLOS ALAMITOSAPRIL 11, 2009APRIL 18, 2009APRIL 25, 2009TEN WEEKS (Wednesdays):All classes are 6:00 – 8:30pmVENTURAFEBRUARY 18 – APRIL 22, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 11


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 12BUILDING INFORMATION MODELINGWhat is BIM?INSTRUCTOR: Jim Bratton, DynalectricLos AngelesBIM CoordinationINSTRUCTOR: Jim Bratton, DynalectricLos AngelesNavisWorks CoordinationINSTRUCTOR: Jim Bratton, DynalectricLos AngelesThis course offers a general Overview ofBuilding Information modeling: How BIM isbeing used in today's construction industryand how it affects you.SESSION BREAKOUT:• What constitutes a BIM project• The common types of software usedfor BIM• Industry overview• Project examplesONE-HALF DAY:$325 AGC-CA MEMBERS$375 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDES ALLMATERIALS. MINIMUM 8 STUDENTS.All classes are 7:00am – 11:00amLOS ALAMITOSJANUARY 12, 2009This course is designed to give generalcontractors, and MEP coordinators anin-depth study of 3D/BIM coordination.Focus will be on procedures and best practices;setting up and managing a coordinationprocess; what your sub-contractorswill need and what they will provide; generaloverview of software and interoperabilityissues.SESSION BREAKOUT:• The coordination environment• The coordination process• What you subcontractors need fromyou, and why do they need it.• Defining the deliverables.• Putting it all together.ONE DAY:$450 AGC-CA MEMBERS$600 Non-membersGENERAL UNDERSTANDING OF MEP CONSTRUCTION IS APRE-REQUISITE. FEE INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS. MINI-MUM 8 STUDENTS. SNACKS AND LUNCH PROVIDED.This is a hands-on lab designed to giveyou the skills you need to use NavisWorksin a collaborative MEP environment.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Overview of the user interface• How to assemble a project• Object enablers• Clash detection• Publishing filesONE DAY:$325 AGC-CA MEMBERS$375 Non-membersGENERAL UNDERSTANDING OF MEP CONSTRUCTION,AND BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS ARE A PRE-REQUISITE.FEE INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS. MINIMUM 6 STUDENTS.All classes are 7:00am – 11:00amLOS ALAMITOSJANUARY 26, 2009All classes are 7:00am – 3:30pmLOS ALAMITOSJANUARY 19, 200912 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 13SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESHazardous WasteOperations andEmergency Response:40 Hour (HAZWOPER)INSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThis course meets or exceeds the trainingrequirements found in T8 CCR 5192and 29 CFR 1910.120. This course isrequired for site workers regularly on siteengaged in hazardous substance removalor other activities which expose orpotentially expose workers to hazardoussubstances and health hazards. Courserequires successful completion of awritten examination.MONDAY• Introduction• Environmental/HAZWOPER Regulations• Basic Safety Management• Safety, Electrical, and Biological Hazards• Hearing Conservation• Heat Stress• Hazard Communication• Chemical & Physical Properties ofHazardous MaterialsTUESDAY• Fire Chemistry and Protection• Hazardous Materials Recognition &Identification Systems• Toxicology• Ionizing Radiation• Medical Surveillance• Haz Mat Sanitation & Hygiene• Drench Showers & Eyewash Fountains• Using the NIOSH Pocket Guide toChemical Hazards• NIOSH Pocket Guide ExerciseWEDNESDAY• PPE Regulations• Chemical Protective Clothing• Respiratory Protection• Levels of Protection• Site Control & Decontamination• Spill Response Control & Containment• Emergency Response(First Responder Awareness Level)• DOT Emergency Response GuidebookTHURSDAY• Trenching & Shoring• Permit Required Confined Space Entry• Drum Handling• Site Characterization, Analysis,Planning & Organization• Air Monitoring & the Use ofDirect Reading Instruments• Hypothetical Hazardous Waste SiteTabletop ExerciseFRIDAY• Respirator Care & Cleaning (Hands On)• Donning, Doffing & Taping (Hands On)• Dress Out – Drum Handling &Decon ExerciseFIVE DAYS:$455 AGC-CA MEMBERS$495 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING THE EMERGENCY RESPONSEGUIDEBOOK.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmANAHEIMJANUARY 19 – 23, 2009FEBRUARY 16 – 20, 2009MARCH 9 – 13, 2009APRIL 13 – 17, 2009MAY 11 – 15, 2009JUNE 15 - 19, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 23 – 27, 2009MAY 11 – 15, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 13


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 14SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESHAZWOPER AnnualRefresher TrainingINSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThis course meets or exceeds thetraining requirements found in Title 8CCR 5192 (e),(8); (q),(8) and 29 CFR1910.120 (e),(8); (q),(8). The goal of thisprogram is to provide refresher training forthe environmental site worker whohas previously undergone the 24 or 40hour course. Course is concluded witha written examination.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Regulatory Overview• Basic Safety Management• Hazards: Safety, Electrical, Biological• Hearing Conservation• Heat Stress• Hazard Communication• Chemical & Physical Properties ofHazardous Materials• Toxicology• Chemical Protective Clothing• Respiratory Protection• Levels of Protection• Permit Required Confined Space EntryONE DAY:$105 AGC-CA MEMBERS$155 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING CERTIFICATE OFCOMPLETION AND WALLET CARD.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmANAHEIMJANUARY 12, 2009FEBRUARY 9, 2009FEBRUARY 24, 20008MARCH 2, 2009MARCH 17, 2009APRIL 6, 2009APRIL 21, 2009MAY 4, 2009MAY 19, 2009JUNE 8, 2009JUNE 30, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 12, 2009MARCH 23, 2009JUNE 22, 2009SAN BERNARDINOFEBRUARY 13, 2009APRIL 23, 2009JUNE 26, 2009Hazardous MaterialsAwareness Level Training— SpanishINSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThe goal of this course is to provideessential information for individualswho are likely to witness or discover ahazardous substance release and whohave been trained to initiate an emergencyresponse sequence by notifyingthe proper authorities. At the completionof this course, students will be acquaintedwith the following:SESSION BREAKOUT:• Regulatory Requirements inEmergency Response• Basic Safety Management• Chemical and Physical Properties ofHazardous Materials• Fire Chemistry and Fire ProtectionToxicology• Haz Mat Sanitation & Hygiene /Personal Protective Equipment /Drench Showers & Eyewash Fountains• The ability to realize the need foradditional resources, and to makeappropriate notifications to thecommunication center.ONE DAY:$120 AGC-CA MEMBERS$155 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING CERTIFICATE OFCOMPLETION AND WALLET CARD.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmANAHEIMFEBRUARY 2, 2009MAY 8, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 12, 2009MARCH 23, 2009JUNE 22, 2009SAN BERNARDINOMARCH 6, 2009JUNE 29, 200914 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 15SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESOSHA 10-hourConstruction SafetyCourseINSTRUCTOR: JoshuaCasey CorporateTraining (West Covina) and GlobalEnvironmental NetworkThis 10-hour program is intended toprovide instruction on a variety ofconstruction industry safety and healthstandards to entry-level participants.The five required topics must be comprehensivelytaught (one hour each) as part ofthe 10-hour construction outreach course.The trainer is expected to utilize theremaining 5 hours of class time by teachingother construction standards and/or byexpanding upon the coverage of therequired topics. Any OSHA standard thatapplies to the construction industry may betaught to meets the need of the audience.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Introduction to OSHA, OSH Act/GeneralDuty Clause General Safety and HealthProvisions, Competent Person• Materials Handling, Storage, Useand Disposal• Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment,Construction Equipment• Electrical, Scaffolding, Stairways andLadder, Fall protectionONE DAY:$125 AGC-CA MEMBERS$255 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 7:00am – 5:30pmANAHEIMMARCH 20, 2009JUNE 26, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 31, 2009APRIL 21, 2009Asbestos 16-hourOperations andMaintenance – InitialINSTRUCTORS: Global EnvironmentalNetwork and Alan Dages, Consultant/sSenior Instructor, JoshuaCasey CorporateTrainingInitial training for maintenance workersinvolved in general maintenance andasbestos material repair tasks. Thecourse agenda includes: Federal and Stateregulations; proper asbestos-related workpractices; respirator user, care, and fittesting; protective clothing; hands-onexercises; and proper decontaminationprocedures. This course fulfills trainingrequirements for OSHA Class III work, forOSHA Competent Person for Classes IIIand IV, and AHERA O&M.TWO DAYS:$355 AGC-CA MEMBERS$425 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmANAHEIMFOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGOAKLANDFEBRUARY 11 & 12, 2009APRIL 14 & 15, 2009JUNE 9 & 10, 2009SAN BERNARDINOFOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGAsbestos Cement Pipe —InitialINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetworkThis course provides the trainingrequired by OSHA for companies whoonly repair breaks in A/C Pipe. Thistraining includes a session of hands-onexperience that gives the students experiencein constructing a mini-chamber, settingup a regulated area, and performing apipe-cutting simulation.ONE DAY:$140 AGC-CA MEMBERS$165 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 7:00am – 4:00pmSANTA ANAMARCH 16, 2009JUNE 1, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 27, 2009APRIL 20, 2009Asbestos Cement Pipe —RefresherINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetworkSee course description above.ONE DAY:$95 AGC-CA MEMBERS$105 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – NoonSANTA ANAJANUARY 30, 2009MARCH 26, 2009MAY 22, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 15


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 16SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESAsbestos AwarenessTrainingINSTRUCTORS: Global EnvironmentalNetwork and Alan Dages, Consultant/sSenior Instructor, JoshuaCasey CorporateTrainingAttendees will learn how to identifysuspect asbestos-containing materials,where it is most likely found, recognizeasbestos hazards, legal liabilities andprevent exposure to themselves andbuilding occupants. The class satisfiesthe AHERA and OSHA requirements fortraining employees who may work in areascontaining asbestos but are likely NOT tocome into direct contact with or disturbasbestos containing materials. Who ShouldAttend: Construction, building maintenanceand janitorial personnel who work incommercial buildings and schools andwho may come into contact with asbestoscontainingmaterials.ONE DAY:$70 AGC-CA MEMBERS$120 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.Lead AwarenessTrainingINSTRUCTORS: Global EnvironmentalNetwork and Alan Dages, Consultant/sSenior Instructor, JoshuaCasey CorporateTrainingThis course meets or exceeds the trainingrequirements found in title 22 CCRof Hazardous Wastes. Completion ofthis course aides in compliance with49 CFR, Part 172.704. The target audiencefor this course is employees who need tocomply with the requirements of Title 22,the student to discuss processes that arepart of their own places of employment.This course also meets the DOT requirementsfor employees who are participatein packaging, shipping, and/or transportationof materials regulated by the DOT asrequiring training on proper safety andprocedures. This course focuses on teachingthe student to be in proper compliancewith DOT regulations.ONE DAY:$130 AGC-CA MEMBERS$195 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.THESE CLASSES ARE PRESENTEDCONSECUTIVELY ON THE SAME DAY.Asbestos Awareness Training:All classes are 9:00am – 11:00amLead Awareness Training:All classes are Noon – 4:00pmANAHEIMJANUARY 29, 2009MARCH 27, 2009MAY 28, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 13, 2009APRIL 16, 2009JUNE 11, 2009SAN BERNARDINOFEBRUARY 27, 2009APRIL 28, 2009JUNE 4, 2009SANTA ANAJANUARY 30, 2009MARCH 20, 2009JUNE 5, 200916 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 17SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESHeat Illness:Train-the-TrainerHeat Illness PreventionCompliance forEmployersINSTRUCTOR: Bo Bradley, AGC SafetyDirector and Global Environmental NetworkThis class applies to outdoor workwhen environmental risk factors arepresent for heat illness. Study of the fourenvironmental risk factors. Establishinga system for determining when those factorsare present. Using weather reportsand alerts. Setting up a seasonal trigger.Documenting a procedure and following it.This is a “HOT” topic for Cal/OSHA and isincluded in their construction sweeps forcompliance. This requirement is in effectthroughout the year, not just when it’s hotoutside! This class will enable your trainerto train your employees on:SESSION BREAKOUT:• How to recognize, prevent and respondto heat illness• Access to shaded areas available to anyworker suffering from heat illness• Requiring sufficient quantities of waterto be available• Training requirements of employees andsupervisors• Establishing procedures/obtainingemergency medical servicesONE DAY:$100 AGC-CA MEMBERS$125 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – NoonFRESNOAPRIL 17, 2009OAKLANDMARCH 13, 2009JUNE 12, 2009SACRAMENTOFEBRUARY 13, 2009MAY 8, 2009Excavation Safety‘Competent PersonTraining’INSTRUCTOR: Mark Aniello, EnvironmentalCompliance & Remediation, Inc.This course is designed to save lives inthe trenches. Develop familiarity withFederal Standards and State Standardsassociated with excavation safety.SESSION BREAKOUT:• OSHA General Requirements• Requirements for protective systems• Soil Classification• Selection of protective systems• How to read tabulated data systems• Checklists / ResourcesONE DAY:$??? AGC-CA MEMBERS$??? Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS, INCLUDING A COMPREHENSICE COURSEMANUAL,All classes are 7:00am – 4:00pmFRESNOFEBRUARY 13, 2009FOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGwww.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 17


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 18Dynalectric Los Angeles4462 Corporate Center Drive, Los Alamitos, CA 90720(714) 828-7000 • www.dyna-la.com


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AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 20SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESConfined Space Training— Competent PersonINSTRUCTOR: Trench Shoring andJoshuaCasey Corporate Training (SanBernardino) and Global EnvironmentalNetworkThis course is intended to providemanagers, foremen, competent persons,and workers with information regardingentry into confined spaces as definedby Cal/OSHA standards. Training will createawareness of hazards associated withconfined spaces, review procedures forentering confined spaces and providemanagers with information to establish aconfined space entry program.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Review of Cal/OSHA regulations• Required elements of a permit –entry program• Duties of supervisors, attendants, &entrants• Understanding atmosphere hazards• Recognizing physical hazards• Monitoring & ventilation techniques• Review of SDCWA policy & procedure• Workshop on filling out permits• Demonstration of special equipmentONE DAY:$170 AGC-CA MEMBERS$245 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmFULLERTONFEBRUARY 7, 2009APRIL 4, 2009JUNE 6, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 6, 2009JUNE 1, 2009SAN BERNARDINOJANUARY 23, 2009MARCH 26, 2009MAY 15, 2009Confined Space Entrywith Fall Protection —Basic Awareness LevelINSTRUCTOR: JoshuaCasey CorporateTrainingThis course includes Confined SpaceEntry at the Awareness or Refresherlevel, as well as an emphasis on FallProtection awareness, equipment andentry procedures. Class is designed foremployees working in or around confinedspaces as defined by Cal-OSHA.Studentsshould bring personal fall arrest equipmentwith them to class for use and inspectionduring class. Course includes demonstrationof equipment and hands-on exercise.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Review of regulations• Elements of a permit-entry program• Duties of supervisors, attendants &entrants• Understanding atmosphere hazards• Monitoring & ventilation techniques• Personal protective equipment• Traditional fall protection(e.g. handrails, guardrails, etc.);• Fall restraint systems• Fall arrest systemsONE DAY:$175 AGC-CA MEMBERS$225 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmSANTA BARBARAJUNE 11, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 12, 2009JUNE 11, 2009SANTA ANAFEBRUARY 13, 2009APRIL 10, 2009JUNE 12, 200920 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 21SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESFall Protection –Competent Person Level IINSTRUCTOR: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThis course incorporates lecture andhands-on scenarios applying theoryto practical workplace situations.A large portion of the class dives into theinspection, maintenance and cleanlinessof equipment, anchorage points, and fallarrest devices. This is a very active handsoncourse which will require participantsto utilize a wide range of fall protectionequipment. This class meets the trainingrequirements found in CCR Title 8, as wellas 29CFR 1910 and 1926.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Walking Working Surfaces• Taking equipment out of service• Approving anchors and anchoragepoints• Governing regulations relating to fallprotection• Hazard recognition (why fall protection)• Traditional fall prevention (e.g.handrails, guardrails, etc.)• Fall arrest devices/restraint systems• Equipment selection and inspectionONE DAY:$125 AGC-CA MEMBERS$175 Non-membersMUST HAVE RECEIVED PRIOR USER LEVEL TRAINING ANDHAVE ACTIVE EXPERIENCE WITH/USING FALL PREVENTIONEQUIPMENT. EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR HANDS-ONEXERCISES TO BE BROUGHT BY STUDENT INCLUDES:SELF-RETRACTING LIFELINES, CLASS A FULL BODYHARNESS FOR STUDENTS.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmSAN BERNARDINOFEBRUARY 6, 2009APRIL 16, 2009JUNE 19, 2009SANTA ANAFEBRUARY 9, 2009MAY 1, 2009OAKLANDAPRIL 17, 2009Trench Shoring andExcavation —Competent PersonINSTRUCTORS: Global EnvironmentalNetwork; Trench Shoring and JoshuaCaseyCorporate TrainingThis 8-hour course is designed to givesupervisors, inspectors, site managers,and workers, the ability to identifyexisting and predictable hazards in thesurroundings of an open trench.Cal/OSHA standards for trenching andexcavating require that every jobsite havea “Competent person” present at all time,who has undergone safety training. Thestudent will learn of the working conditionsthat are hazardous and dangerous to“those who enter open trenches. Thiscourse includes instruction on SoilsDClassification, Shoring and SlopingStandards, Hazard Recognition and importantComponents of the Standards.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Trench Plate• Hydraulic Shoring• Trench Shields• Checklists• Other Protective Systems• PermitsONE DAY:$170 AGC-CA MEMBERS$245 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 3:30pmFULLERTONJANUARY 24, 2009FEBRUARY 21, 2009MARCH 21, 2009APRIL 25, 2009MAY 16, 2009JUNE 20. 2009OAKLANDAPRIL 17, 2009JULY 31, 2009SAN BERNARDINOMARCH 13, 2009SANTA BARBARAFEBRUARY 19, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 21


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 22SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESTraffic Control/Flagger Safety TrainingINSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThis course meets or exceeds thetraining requirements found in T8CCR1598 & 1599. Also includes outdoor handson setup of traffic controls! Course isconcluded with a written examination.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Review of CCR Sections 1598 and 1599• How to properly use temporary trafficcontrol devices• Signs, cones, delineators & barricades• Flashing arrow signs• Safe installation & removal of temporarytraffic control zones• Advance warning & sign placement• Transition area(s) & tapers• Activity/work and Termination areas• Flagger Training• Table top exercises & outdoorhands-on training• How to write and document a simpletraffic control plan• Liability issues and the Americans withDisabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)ONE DAY:$115 AGC-CA MEMBERS$165 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 7:00am – 4:00pmANAHEIMMARCH 19, 2009JUNE 12, 2009CARPENTERIAAPRIL 23, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUAY 6, 2009MAY 29, 2009SAN BERNARDINOJANUARY 15, 2009APRIL 24, 20099CPR/First Aid/AEDCertification TrainingINSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThis course emphasizes emergencycare skills, which allows the lay personrescuer to function with a consistent setof priorities to identify and manage lifethreateningemergencies. Students learnthe same priorities of care used by professionalemergency care providers. Course isconcluded with a written examination.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Circles of Care Concept• SETUP and Barriers• Initial Assessment• Rescue Breathing• One Rescuer CPR• Airway Obstruction (Choking)• Control of Bleeding• Managing Shock• Ongoing Assessment• Warning Signs of Medical Illness• Breathing Difficulty• Chest Pain• Abdominal Pain• Levels of Responsiveness• Mechanism of Injury• Head, Neck and Back• Strains, Sprains and Fractures• Moving PatientsONE DAY: Refresher (4 hr.)$60 AGC-CA MEMBERS$75 Non-membersONE DAY: Initial (6 hr.)$75 AGC-CA MEMBERS$90 Non-membersONE DAY: Extended (8 hr.)$85 AGC-CA MEMBERS$100 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDES ALLMATERIALS, INCLUDING CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETIONAND WALLET CARD.All classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmANAHEIMJANUARY 15, 2009JANUARY 30, 2009FEBRUARY 3, 2009FEBRUARY 21, 2009 (SATURDAY)MARCH 6, 2009MARCH 19, 2009APRIL 7, 2009APRIL 18, 2009 (SATURDAY)APRIL 24, 2009MAY 8, 2009MAY 21, 2009JUNE 2, 2009JUNE 13, 2009 (SATURDAY)JUNE 26, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 5, 2009MAY 28, 2009SAN BERNARDINOJANUARY 16, 2009FEBRUARY 12, 2009MARCH 20, 2009APRIL 30, 2009MAY 22, 2099JUNE 18, 200922 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 23SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESForklift “Train-the-Trainer” ProgramINSTRUCTORS: Global Environmental Networkand JoshuaCasey Corporate TrainingThe goal of the Instructor TrainingProgram is to train and authorizeselected individuals to implement andconduct your in-house Forklift andMaterial Handling Program. At thecompletion of this training course,participants will be acquainted with allcomponents of the Forklift Operator SafetyTraining Program, including: class management/administration;practical and writenexaminations; and performance testing.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Comprehensive Instructor Manual• Teaching Principles• Principles of Forklift Safety• Cal & Fed OSHA Regulations• Power Point Presentation• Ten (10) English Student Workbooks• Ten (10) Student Certificates/Cards• Inspection Forms• Performance Testing/Evaluation Form• English/Spanish Written Test*ONE DAY:$599 AGC-CA MEMBERS$699 Non-membersSTUDENTS MUST HAVE PRIOR FORKLIFT SAFETYTRAINING AND BE EXPERIENCED OPERATORS AS APRE-REQUISITE. FEE INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 5:00pmANAHEIM*JANUARY 28, 2009FEBRUARY 25, 2009MARCH 25, 2009APRIL 29, 2009MAY 28, 2009JUNE 24, 2009Crane Operator Training:Written Examinationfor NCCCO CertificationTrainingINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc.This is a preparation class for thewritten NCCOO Exam. It consists of three,8-hour days of classroom training,designed specifically for the test. The Coreexamination portion of the program teststhe required knowledge areas relatingto the operation of cranes.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Domain 1: Site (approximately 24%of the test)• Domain 2: Operations (approximately23% of the test)• Domain 3: Technical Knowledge(approximately 28% of the test)• Domain 4: Manufacturers' Load Charts(approximately 25% of the test)THREE DAYS:$855 AGC-CA MEMBERS$995 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 7:00am – 4:00pmSANTA ANAJANUARY 23 – 25, 2009MARCH 25 – 27, 2009MAY 27 – 29, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 21 – 23, 2009MARCH 11 – 13, 2009MAY 13 – 15, 2009Crane NCCCOWritten Exam —Core and SpecialtiesINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc.Includes Processing Forms, Detailed ScoreSheet, Exam Room, All ExamsONE DAY:$415 AGC-CA MEMBERS$465 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.ORCrane NCCCOWritten Exam —Specialty (one only)INSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc.Includes Processing Forms, Detailed ScoreSheet, Exam Room, one Specialty ExamONE DAY:$250 AGC-CA MEMBERS$465 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.All classes are 8:00am – NoonSANTA ANAFEBRUARY 2, 2009APRIL 1, 2009JUNE 1, 2009OAKLANDFEBRUARY 5, 2009MAY 25, 2009SAN BERNARDINO*MARCH 18, 2009JUNE 12, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 23


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 24SAFETY TRAINING CLASSESRules of the RoadINSTRUCTOR: Daniel Cantieri, Officer,California Highway PatrolSESSION BREAKOUT:• Commercial License Requirements• Dealing with hazardous materials• Audits, keeping recordsONE DAY:$100 AGC-CA MEMBERS$125 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 11:00amFRESNOFEBRUARY 20, 2009Reasonable & SuspiciousObserver TrainingINSTRUCTOR: Daniel Cantieri, Officer,California Highway PatrolA two (2) hour training class on‘Substance Abuse Awareness’ modeledafter the U.S. Department of TransportationAlcohol and Drug Testing Rules.This course complies with the new49 CFR part 40 rules.ONE DAY:$100 AGC-CA MEMBERS$125 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 11:00amFRESNOMARCH 20, 200924 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 25GREEN BUILDING / ENVIRONMENTAL24-Hour StormwaterPollution Prevention forConstruction SitesINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc.A Storm Water Pollution PreventionPlans (SWPPP) is required for all constructionprojects that disturb one acreor more of soil. This workshop will assistdevelopers, contractors and subcontractorsresponsible for implementing stormwaterpollution controls at construction sites(erosion and sediment control best managementpractices BMPs)SESSION BREAKOUT:• Using the New SWPPP Template• Using the New WPCP Template• New SSPs, including ConstructionSite Management• Major SWPPP Revisions• Videos from CalTrans & Others• Student Study Guide for Notes• SWPPP Prep Manual• Construction BMPs Manual• Binder for Assembly of SWPPP• Examples of Typical BMPs• New Methods & Technologies• Developing Run-on/Run-off Data• Sampling & Analysis Issues• Inspection & Maintenance• Sources of Help• Review of Construction Site BMPField Guide• Caltrans/CASQA TemplatesTHREE DAYS:$625 AGC-CA MEMBERS$675 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 7:00am – 4:00pmFRESNOMARCH 9 – 11, 2009JUNE 8 – 10, 2009OAKLANDJANUARY 28 – 30, 2009FEBRUARY 28 – 20, 2009MARCH 18 – 20, 2009APRIL 22 – 24, 2009MAY 20 – 22, 2009JUNE 17 – 19, 2009OCEANSIDEMARCH 9 – 11, 2009JUNE 8 – 10, 2009SANTA ANAJANUARY 14 – 16, 2009FEBRUARY 4 – 6, 2009MARCH 4 – 6, 2009APRIL 8 – 10, 2009MAY 6 – 8, 2009JUNE 3 – 5, 2009SWPPP ComplianceTraining – 8 HourINSTRUCTOR: Global EnvironmentalNetwork, Inc.A review of SWPPPs & Inspecting Sitesfor Compliance with NPDES Permits.Now that operators of projects that disturbone acre or more ofsoil must submit completeSWPPPs, here’s how to make sureyou are fully meeting the minimum standardsof the California General Permit forConstruction.SESSION BREAKOUT:• NPDES Permit requirements forStormwater Pollution Prevention Plans(SWPPP)• How to Review a SWPPP• How to Inspect for Compliance• Troubleshooting “BMPs” onconstruction sitesTHREE DAYS:$625 AGC-CA MEMBERS$675 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMOAKLANDJANUARY 27, 2009MARCH 17, 2009JUNE 16, 2009SANTA ANAFEBRUARY 3, 2009APRIL 7, 2009JUNE 29, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 25


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 26INDUSTRY-RELATED TRAINING2009 Prevailing WageSeminarPrevailing Wage and apprentice requirementsare becoming more complex.However, failure to comply can turn aseemingly successful project into a financialdisaster. Additional speakers and representativesfrom local and state agencieswill discuss the latest issues and topics for2009. Presented by the Southern CaliforniaIndustrial Relations Department.SESSION BREAKOUT:• On-site/Off-site Hauling• Interpreting Prevailing WageDeterminations• Definitions of Public Works• Compliance Enforcement and Coverage• New Legislation, Cases and D.I.PInterpretations• Certified Payroll• Fringe Benefit Contributions• Fringe Benefit Payment Audits• Apprentice Standards• Owner Operators• Travel Time• Meal and Rest PeriodsONE DAY:$225 AGC-CA MEMBERS$245 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmAPRIL 2009SHERATON CERRITOS2725 CENTER COURT DRIVECERRITOS, CA 90703FOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGSage Timberline ProjectManagement: ChangeManagementINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupProject changes can be the most challengingand critical aspect of projectmanagement. Learn to use the ProjectManagement features that track projectchanges and contract changes, so thatyou have up-to-date billing, contract andprofitability information at every stage ofyour project, without waiting for paper toflow from one department to another.To reinforce what you’ve learned, thecurriculum provides additional practiceexercises and review questions.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Suggestions for workflow• Contracts and commitments• Using program features• Change requests and change ordersONE DAY:$495 AGC-CA MEMBERS$695 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 12, 2009MARCH 9, 2009MAY 11, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 14, 2009MARCH 11, 2009MAY 13, 2009Sage Timberline ProjectManagement: DocumentControlINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupYou know the challenges of trackinghundreds of project-related documents,drawings, correspondence, and meetingnotes. Find out how to use ProjectManagement to efficiently keep trackof all your documentation and correspondencein one easy-to-use database.To reinforce what you’ve learned, thecurriculum provides additional practiceexercises and review questions.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Step-by-step instruction• Document types• Using the program features• Creating logsONE DAY:$495 AGC-CA MEMBERS$695 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 13, 2009MARCH 10, 2009MAY 12, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 15, 2009MARCH 12, 2009MAY 14, 200926 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 27INDUSTRY-RELATED TRAININGSage Master BuilderProject ManagementINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupSage TimberlineEstimating FundamentalsINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupSage TimberlineEstimating ExtendedINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupCreate prime and subcontract changeorders, and use the change order to createaccounts receivable invoices.Manage written communication fromyour company using Sage Master Builder'sRequests for Proposal, Requests forInformation, Transmittals, Submittals, andCorrespondence. Learn how to enter andutilize document-tracking information,including Plan Distribution, Daily FieldReports, Punch Lists, and Hot ListsUse Sage Master Builder to enter andtrack subcontracts.LEARN HOW TO:• Enter and print subcontracts• Create accounts payable invoicesthat are related to subcontracts• Print subcontract reportsONE DAY:$495 AGC-CA MEMBERS$695 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 19, 2009MARCH 16, 2009MAY 18, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 16, 2009MARCH 13, 2009MAY 15, 2009This two-day course is designed forall beginning estimating users.Topics include takeoff methods (quick,item and assembly), modifying estimates,graphical reporting and databasedevelopment.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Overview• Assembly Takeoff• Reports• Items• Smart Assemblies• Estimate Setup and Quick Takeoff• Estimate Totals and Addons• Database Creating and Maintenance• Formulas• Item TablesTWO DAYS:$695 AGC-CA MEMBERS$895 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 20 & 21, 2009MARCH 17 & 18, 2009MAY 19 & 20, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 5 & 6, 2009MARCH 2 & 3, 2009MAY 4 & 5, 2009This one-day course will cover featuresfound exclusively in EstimatingExtended. After attending this course,you will be able to set up Crews,Resources and Rate Tables. You will learnto work with WBS codes, the Bid Grid, andhow to make high-level adjustments ona completed estimate. A comprehensiveworkbook and training database with estimatesare provided for future reference.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Setting up Crews• Bid Grid & Cuts and Adds• WBS Codes• Estimate AdjustmentsONE DAY:$495 AGC-CA MEMBERS$695 Non-membersNEW USERS SHOULD TAKE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALSAS A PREREQUISITE. FEE INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 22, 2009MARCH 19, 2009MAY 21, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 7, 2009MARCH 4, 2009MAY 6, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 27


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 28INDUSTRY-RELATED TRAININGOn-Center On-ScreenTakeoffINSTRUCTOR: Alliance Solutions GroupOn-Screen Takeoff ® increases accuracyand efficiency, which in turn helpsyou to win more profitable bids.Hands-on training with OST will be on thebasics to many advanced features, tips,tricks and shortcuts. This powerful yetintuitive software allows estimators togenerate faster and more accuratetakeoffs while providing an audit trail.ONE DAY:$495 AGC-CA MEMBERS$695 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 9:00am – 4:00pmMANHATTAN BEACHJANUARY 23, 2009MARCH 20, 2009MAY 22, 2009SAN FRANCISCO – PLEASANT HILLJANUARY 8, 2009MARCH 5, 2009MAY 7, 2009How to Win the Fight!Change Orders & ClaimsINSTRUCTOR: Anwar Hafeez, President andOwner, SDC & Associates, Inc.A basic introduction to maximizingprofits on change orders and claims.Includes information on procedures andprocess, types & sources, bi-lateral &unilateral COs, when not to sign changeorders, pricing & negotiating, defectiveplans & specs, five elements of REAclaims, extended overhead costs &insider tips.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Why Have Claims EscalatedSince 1979?• Why Shop Drawing Approval DoesNot Get You Off the Hook?• Win Defective Plans and SpecificationConflicts Every Time• How to Win Ambiguities in ContractDocuments Every Time?• Learn the Art of Pricing a Change Order• Pricing Delay & Disruption Costs andClaims• Learning Legal Rights (Spearin Doctrine)• Actual Case StudiesONE DAY:$299 AGC-CA MEMBERS$399 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESCOURSE BOOK. $50 ADDITIONAL FEE FOR SIGN-UPSLESS THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF SEMINAR.MINIMUM 10 STUDENTSAll classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmWEST COVINAMARCH 11, 2009Proving, Pricing andDefending Differing SiteConditionsINSTRUCTOR: Anwar Hafeez, President andOwner, SDC & Associates, Inc.This seminar teaches your employeesabout the lively and urgent topic of differingsite conditions, and is a must foranyone working on renovation andunderground projects. This seminar willhelp your employees to further developtheir skills in preparing, negotiating, preventing,and defending change orders andclaims as well as teaching your employeesthe “best practices” for owners, designers,and contractors, and proven techniques forsuccessful claims resolution for this verycomplex type of claim.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Avoiding & Managing Differing SiteConditions Risks• Site Investigation Clauses with ActualLegal Cases Contractors Won / Lost• “Implied Warranty” of Plans andSpecifications• Disclaimers vs Design Warranty• RECOVERY: Type I & II Claims• “REVERSE” Differing Site Conditions• Claim Preparation: Practical Guide• Two Very Interesting Interactive ActualCase StudiesONE DAY:$299 AGC-CA MEMBERS$399 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESCOURSE BOOK. $50 ADDITIONAL FEE FOR SIGN-UPSLESS THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF SEMINAR.MINIMUM 10 STUDENTSAll classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmWEST COVINAMAY 19, 2009CONCORDMAY 20, 200928 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 29INDUSTRY-RELATED TRAININGProving, Pricing andDefending InefficiencyClaimsINSTRUCTOR: Anwar Hafeez, President andOwner, SDC & Associates, Inc.This seminar teaches your employeeshow to price and evaluate the hardesttype of construction claims costs, i.e.inefficiencies. Contractors learn thespecifics of how to construct a winningclaim, and construction professionals learnbetter methods of fairly evaluating a claim.These techniques apply both to publicworks projects and private commercialprojects, and provide valuable insight toincrease your companies profits and protectyour bottom line.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Types of Change Orders & Claims• How to Calculate and Defend:--Overtime & Acceleration Inefficiencies--Learning Curve, Trade Stacking andOvercrowding Inefficiencies--Over-Manning & Excessive ChangeOrder Inefficiencies--Measured Mile• Relevant Court Cases Discussed• Two Actual Case StudiesONE DAY:$299 AGC-CA MEMBERS$399 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESCOURSE BOOK. $50 ADDITIONAL FEE FOR SIGN-UPSLESS THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF SEMINAR.MINIMUM 10 STUDENTSAll classes are 8:00am – 4:00pmSACRAMENTOFEBRUARY 11, 2009SANTA BARBARAAPRIL 8, 2009Executive Leadership inConstruction TrainingIncludes Hotel, Food, Course Materials!INSTRUCTORS: Charles Cook, R.S Cook &Associates, Inc. and Tom Burleson,Burleson Construction CompanyThis course will equip participants withthree continued education units and anadvanced certificate of “ExecutiveLeadership in Construction” fromPepperdine University Graziadio Schoolof Business Management and theAssociated General Contractors ofCalifornia. Help develop future effectiveleaders in an ever-changing constructionand business marketplace. An effectiveleader is the key to obtaining successfulprojects and meeting organizational goals.THREE DAYS — All-inclusive:$2,950 AGC-CA MEMBERS$3,500 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESCOURSE MATERIALS AND PERSONALIZED LEADERSHPACTION PLAN.All classes are 8:00am – 8:00pmMALIBUMARCH 29 – APRIL 1, 2009FOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGProcore ProjectManagement TrainingClassMark Lyons, ProcoreProcore improves the ability to completeconstruction projects on-time andon-budget while reducing project risks.Procore lets the construction superintendenttrack, manage and organize digitalproject data online, in real time. Find outhow to combine functionality such as constructionproject scheduling and job loggingwith the power of automated emails,web-based document sharing and digitalphoto archiving. This online course willshow you how to use Procore’s online tooland familiarize you with managementmany industry-related topics.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Communication and Collaboration• Documents• Images• Scheduling• Change Orders• Reports• Your Daily Log• RFIs• Submittals• Transmittals• Punch Lists• Job CostingTWO HOURS (Online):$95 AGC-CA MEMBERS$195 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.All classes are 10:00am – NoonONLINE COURSEJANUARY 29, 2009FEBRUARY 26, 2009MARCH 26. 2009APRIL 23, 2009MAY 28, 2009JUNE 25, 2009www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 29


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 30INDUSTRY-RELATED TRAININGProject ManagementINSTRUCTOR: AGC of AmericaThis set of five 16 hour courses isdesigned for new project mangers andthose looking to move into ProjectManagement. Participants will gain theknowledge to be able to identify the connectionbetween the pre-planning processand the bottom line, be able to discusstechniques for increasing safety measuresand building culture of Safety. Completionof this course includes 4.2 CE Units.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Estimating and Job Costing• Contract Administration• Project Administration• Risk Management• LeadershipNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.FOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGConstruction QualityManagementINSTRUCTOR: Larry J. Smith, P.E., F.ASCE,CCM, Chief of Construction Branch forthe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,Sacramento DistrictThis two-day session will provide acomplete background of the CQCsystem. This includes requirements forquality of documents, quality controlduring construction, responsibilities of thecontractor and the government, systemsimplementation and enforcement.Participants who successfully complete thecourse will receive a Certificate from theCorps of Engineers valid for 5 years.Certification allows individuals to practiceas CQC Managers on Corps of Engineersand NAV/FAC construction projects.SESSION BREAKOUT:• Enter and print subcontracts• Create accounts payable invoicesthat are related to subcontracts• Print subcontract reportsONE DAY:$220 AGC-CA MEMBERS$250 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS. FEE INCLUDESALL MATERIALS.Project SupervisoryTraining: The IndispensableSupervisorIncludes Hotel, Food, Class Materials!INSTRUCTOR: Charles Cook, R.S Cook &Associates, Inc.This three-day all-inclusive courseprovides skills necessary to be aneffective leader and supervisor. Thiscourse includes: why good supervisorsare essential to the company’s bottom-line;how good supervisors create highperforming,loyal employeesSESSION BREAKOUT:• Roles and Responsibilities of theSupervisor• Managing a Project• Effective Team Motivation Strategies• Time MasteryTHREE DAYS — All-inclusive:$1,225 AGC-CA MEMBERS$1,325 Non-membersNO PRE-REQUISITES FOR THIS CLASS.FEE INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS.FOR SCHEDULING AND ADDITIONALDETAILS VISIT OUR WEBSITEWWW.AGC-CA.ORGTO RECEIVE 2009 COURSE DATES,OR FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION,CONTACT: THE AGC CONSTRUCTIONEDUCATION FOUNDATION AT(916) 371-2422 OR ACCESS OURWEBSITE AT www.agc-ca.org30 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


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AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 32Calendar of EventsJANUARY 2009Date Course Location PageJAN 5 & 6 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS SF/PLEASANT HILL 27JAN 7 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED SF/PLEASANT HILL 27JAN 8 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF SF/PLEASANT HILL 28JAN 10 PROBLEM SOLVING (STP UNIT 3) LOS ALAMITOS 11JAN 11 BIM COORDINATION LOS ALAMITOS 12JAN 12 WHAT IS BIM? LOS ALAMITOS 12JAN 12 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14JAN 12 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER OAKLAND 14JAN 12 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH OAKLAND 14JAN 12 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. MANHATTAN BEACH 26JAN 13 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL MANHATTAN BEACH 26JAN 14 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. SF/PLEASANT HILL 26JAN 14 – 16 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25JAN 15 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL SF/PLEASANT HILL 26JAN 15 TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFERY SAN BERNARDINO 22JAN 15 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22JAN 16 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22JAN 16 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT SF/PLEASANT HILL 27JAN 17 PROBLEM SOLVING (STP UNIT 3) LOS ALAMITOS 11JAN 19 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT MANHATTAN BEACH 27JAN 19 – 23 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13JAN 20 & 21 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS MANHATTAN BEACH 27JAN 21 – 23 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM OAKLAND 23JAN 22 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED MANHATTAN BEACH 27JAN 23 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF MANHATTAN BEACH 28JAN 23 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SAN BERNARDINO 20JAN 24 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21JAN 24 PROBLEM SOLVING (STP UNIT 3) LOS ALAMITOS 11JAN 24 – 25 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM SANTA ANA 23JAN 26 NAVISWORKS COORDINATION LOS ALAMITOS 12JAN 27 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – INITAL OAKLAND 15JAN 27 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR OAKLAND 25JAN 28 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23JAN 28 & 29 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT SANTA ANA 15JAN 28 – 30 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25JAN 29 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29JAN 29 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS ANAHEIM 16JAN 30 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS SANTA ANA 16JAN 30 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – REFRSHER SANTA ANA 15JAN 30 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22JAN 31 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE OAKLAND 15FEBRUARY 2009Date Course Location PageFEB 2 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH ANAHEIM 14FEB 2 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE SANTA ANA 15FEB 2 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22FEB 2 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – CORE & SPECIALTIES SANTA ANA 23FEB 2 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – SPECIALTY ONLY SANTA ANA 23FEB 3 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR SANTA ANA 25FEB 4 – 6 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25FEB 5 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM OAKLAND 23FEB 5 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING OAKLAND 22FEB 6 TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFERY CARPENTERIA 22FEB 6 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT OAKLAND 20FEB 6 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 SAN BERNARDINO 21FEB 7 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 20FEB 9 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14FEB 9 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 SANTA ANA 21FEB 11 PROVING/DEFENDING INEFFICIENCY CLAINS W SACRAMENTO 29FEB 11 & 12 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT OAKLAND 15FEB 12 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION OAKLAND 20Date Course Location PageFEB 12 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22FEB 13 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION SANTA ANA 20FEB 13 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER SAN BERNARDINO 14FEB 13 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS OAKLAND 16FEB 13 HEAT ILLNESS: COMPLIANCE W SACRAMENTO 17FEB 13 EXCAVATION SAFETY – COMPETENT FRESNO 17FEB 16 – 20 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13FEB 17 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SANTA BARBARA 21FEB 18 PROBLEM SOLVING (STP UNIT 3) VENTURA 11FEB 20 RULES OF THE ROAD FRESNO 24FEB 21 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21FEB 21 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22FEB 23 – 27 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR OAKLAND 13FEB 24 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14FEB 25 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23FEB 26 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29FEB 27 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS SAN BERNARDINO 16FEB 28 – 20 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25MARCH 2009Date Course Location PageMAR 2 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14MAR 2 & 3 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAR 4 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAR 4 – 6 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25MAR 5 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF SF/PLEASANT HILL 28MAR 6 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22MAR 6 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH SAN BERNARDINO 14MAR 9 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. MANHATTAN BEACH 26MAR 9 – 11 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OCEANSIDE 25MAR 9 – 11 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES FRESNO 25MAR 9 – 13 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13MAR 10 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL MANHATTAN BEACH 26MAR 11 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. SF/PLEASANT HILL 26MAR 11 HOW TO WIN: CHANGE ORDERS & CLAIMS WEST COVINA 28MAR 11 – 13 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM OAKLAND 23MAR 12 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL SF/PLEASANT HILL 26MAR 13 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAR 13 HEAT ILLNESS: COMPLIANCE OAKLAND 17MAR 13 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SAN BERNARDINO 21MAR 16 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – INITAL SANTA ANA 15MAR 16 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT MANHATTAN BEACH 27MAR 17 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR OAKLAND 25MAR 17 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14MAR 17 & 18 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS MANHATTAN BEACH 27MAR 18 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM SAN BERNARDINO 23MAR 18 & 19 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT SANTA ANA 15MAR 18 – 20 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25MAR 19 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22MAR 19 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED MANHATTAN BEACH 27MAR 20 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE WEST COVINA 15MAR 20 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS SANTA ANA 16MAR 20 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22MAR 20 REASONABLE & SUSPICIOUS OBSERVER FRESNO 24MAR 20 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF MANHATTAN BEACH 28MAR 21 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21MAR 23 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER OAKLAND 14MAR 23 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH OAKLAND 14MAR 25 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23MAR 25 – 27 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM SANTA ANA 23MAR 26 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29MAR 26 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – REFRSHER SANTA ANA 15MAR 26 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SAN BERNARDINO 20MAR 27 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS ANAHEIM 16MAR 29 – APR 1 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP IN CONST. TRAINING MALIBU 2932 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 33APRIL 2009Date Course Location PageAPR 1 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – CORE & SPECIALTIES SANTA ANA 23APR 1 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – SPECIALTY ONLY SANTA ANA 23APR 4 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 20APR 6 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14APR 6 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 SAN BERNARDINO 21APR 7 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22APR 7 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR SANTA ANA 25APR 8 PROVING/DEFENDING INEFFICIENCY CLAINS SANTA BARBARA 29APR 8 – 10 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25APR 10 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION SANTA ANA 20APR 11 ACCIDENT PREVENTION (STP UNIT 7) LOS ALAMITOS 11APR 13 – 17 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13APR 14 & 15 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT OAKLAND 15APR 15 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS OAKLAND 16APR 17 HEAT ILLNESS: COMPLIANCE FRESNO 17APR 17 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 OAKLAND 21APR 17 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT OAKLAND 21APR 18 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22APR 18 ACCIDENT PREVENTION (STP UNIT 7) LOS ALAMITOS 11APR 20 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – INITAL OAKLAND 15APR 21 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14APR 21 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE OAKLAND 15APR 22 – 24 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25APR 23 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29APR 23 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER SAN BERNARDINO 14APR 23 TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFERY CARPENTERIA 22APR 24 TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFERY SAN BERNARDINO 22APR 25 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21APR 25 ACCIDENT PREVENTION (STP UNIT 7) LOS ALAMITOS 11APR 28 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS OAKLAND 16APR 29 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23APR 30 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22MAY 2009Date Course Location PageMAY 1 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 SANTA ANA 21MAY 4 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14MAY 4 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE SANTA ANA 15MAY 4 & 5 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAY 6 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAY 6 – 8 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25MAY 7 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF SF/PLEASANT HILL 28MAY 8 HEAT ILLNESS: COMPLIANCE SACRAMENTO 17MAY 8 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH ANAHEIM 14MAY 8 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22MAY 11 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. MANHATTAN BEACH 26MAY 11 – 15 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13MAY 12 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL MANHATTAN BEACH 26MAY 13 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: CHANGE MGMT. SF/PLEASANT HILL 26MAY 13 – 15 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM OAKLAND 23MAY 14 SAGE TIMBERLINE PROJ. MGMT: DOC CONTROL SF/PLEASANT HILL 26MAY 15 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT SF/PLEASANT HILL 27MAY 15 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SAN BERNARDINO 20MAY 16 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21MAY 18 SAGE TIMBERLINE BUILDE PROJECT MGMT MANHATTAN BEACH 26MAY 19 PROVING/DEFENDING DIFFERING SITE COND. WEST COVINA 28MAY 19 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14MAY 19 & 20 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS MANHATTAN BEACH 27MAY 20 PROVING/DEFENDING DIFFERING SITE COND. WEST COVINA 28MAY 20 – 22 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25MAY 21 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT SAN BERNARDINO 21MAY 21 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22MAY 21 SAGE TIMBERLINE ESTIMATING EXTENDED MANHATTAN BEACH 27MAY 22 ON-CENTER ON-SCREEN TAKEOFF MANHATTAN BEACH 28MAY 22 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22Date Course Location PageMAY 22 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – REFRSHER SANTA ANA 15MAY 25 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM OAKLAN 23MAY 27 – 29 CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING: PREP FOR EXAM SANTA ANA 23MAY 28 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS ANAHEIM 16MAY 28 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING OAKLAND 22MAY 28 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23MAY 28 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29MAY 29 TRAFFIC CONTROL/FLAGGER SAFERY CARPENTERIA 22JUNE 2009Date Course Location PageJUN 1 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT OAKLAND 20JUN 1 ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE – INITAL SANTA ANA 15JUN 1 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – CORE & SPECIALTIES SANTA ANA 23JUN 1 NCCO WRITTEN EXAM – SPECIALTY ONLY SANTA ANA 23JUN 2 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22JUN 3 & 4 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT SANTA ANA 15JUN 3 – 5 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES SANTA ANA 25JUN 4 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS OAKLAND 16JUN 5 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS SANTA ANA 16JUN 6 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 20JUN 8 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14JUN 8 – 10 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES FRESNO 25JUN 8 – 10 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OCEANSIDE 25JUN 9 & 10 ASBESTOS 16-HR. OPS/MAINT OAKLAND 15JUN 11 ASBESTOS/LEAD AWARENESS OAKLAND 16JUN 11 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION SANTA BARBARA 20JUN 11 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION OAKLAND 20JUN 12 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY W/FALL PROTECTION SANTA ANA 20JUN 12 HEAT ILLNESS: COMPLIANCE OAKLAND 17JUN 12 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM SAN BERNARDINO 23JUN 13 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22JUN 15 – 19 HAZWOPER -- 40 HOUR ANAHEIM 13JUN 16 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR OAKLAND 25JUN 17 – 19 24-HR SWPPP FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES OAKLAND 25JUN 18 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING SAN BERNARDINO 22JUN 19 FALL PROTECTION – COMPETENT LEVEL 1 SAN BERNARDINO 21JUN 20 CONFINED SPACE TRAINING – COMPETENT FULLERTON 21JUN 22 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER OAKLAND 14JUN 22 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH OAKLAND 14JUN 24 FORKLIFT “TRAIN-THE-TRAINER” PROGRAM ANAHEIM 23JUN 25 PROCORE PROJECT MGMT TRAINING CLASS O N L I N E 29JUN 26 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER SAN BERNARDINO 14JUN 26 OSHA 10-HR. SAFETY COURSE WEST COVINA 15JUN 26 CPR/FIRST AID/CERTIFICANTION TRAINING ANAHEIM 22JUN 29 SWPPP COMPLIANCE TRAINING: 8-HR SANTA ANA 25JUN 29 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS – SPANISH SAN BERNARDINO 14JUN 30 HAZWOPER ANNUAL REFRESHER ANAHEIM 14www.agc-ca.org AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 ■■ 33


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:26 PM Page 34Enrollment FormRegister online at www.agc-ca.org or complete the enrollment form and return with yourcheck made payable to “AGC of California” or with your credit card information. Mail orfax the form to the numbers listed at right.A contact name, phone number, fax number, and attendees’ names are necessary; along withemail addresses should AGC need to advise students of class changes or cancellations. You willreceive a confirmation for the registered class.CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations must be made in writing, by fax or e-mail 72 hours priorto the start date of class for registrants to receive a refund. All persons that do notcancel their registration are responsible for full payment.3EASY WAYS TO REGISTER!online: www.agc-ca.orgfax: 626-608-5810mail: AGC OF CALIFORNIA1906 West Garvey Avenue SouthSuite 100West Covina, CA 91790REGISTRANT INFORMATION — Use one form for each class, and list participants.NAMEE-MAILNAMEE-MAILNAMEE-MAILNAMEE-MAILNAMEE-MAILCOMPANY INFORMATIONCOMPANYADDRESSCITY STATE ZIPTELEPHONEFAXE-MAIL❏ AGC OF CALIFORNIA MEMBER❏ NON-MEMBERCOURSE TITLE DATE COST # OF ATTENDEES TOTALPAYMENT INFORMATION (Checks made payable to AGC OF CALIFORNIA, and mailed to address above)TYPE OF CARD: ❏ MASTERCARD ❏ VISA ❏ AMERICAN EXPRESS EXPIRATION DATE SECURITY CODECARD NUMBERPRINT NAME OF CARDHOLDERSIGNATURE OF CARDHOLDERDATEAGC Education Foundation34 ■■ AGC-CA • TRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL CATALOG 2009 www.agc-ca.org


AGC-EDUCAT09 10/3/08 12:27 PM Page 35MEET O.S.H.A.—SERVICE • SALES • RENTALNUCA Competent PersonTrainingTrench Shoring Company providescompetent person training seminars.The seminars cover CAL-O.S.H.A.Title 8, section 1540 through 1541.1requirements pertaining to excavations,trenching and sloping techniques,productive systems and soilsclassification with an introduction toconfined space safety.NUCA Confined SpaceEntry TrainingThis program, "Confined Space Entry" isintended to provide managers, foremen,competent persons, and workers withbasic information regarding entry intoconfined spaces. It's purpose is intendedto create an awareness of the hazardsassociated with confined space entry, tohelp workers understand the proceduresthat must be followed when enteringconfined spaces, and to provide managerswith basic information necessary toestablish a confined space entry program.© 2008 Trench Shoring Company


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