CSC Toronto is offering the Principles of Construction Documentation (PCD) course virtually from September 14 (14 weeks excluding holidays) on Mondays from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
The introductory course will enable students to have a better understanding of construction documentation (specifications, drawings, and schedules), products, bidding procedures, and contracts. It is also a prerequisite to all the other CSC education courses.
The course is designed for individuals involved in the construction industry, who at any point in their career are required to produce, read, supply products for, or rely on, the project manual/specification. In other words, it is designed for anyone in construction, whether they work as a designer, consultant, contractor, or supplier.
The focus is to emphasize the relationship that exists between specifications and drawings, and the role of industry participants. Contract documents and the project manual have an intrinsic relationship with each other, with standard pre-printed contract documents, and with associated documents; this course explains these relationships.
The course will be instructed by Ted Katsoris, CCCA, on the MS Teams platform. The cost is $875.00 + HST = $988.75 for members and $1175.00 + HST = $1327.75 from non-members.
For more information, contact Phuong Huynh, chapter administrator, or Wayne Austin, professional development officer. Click here to register.