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NAHB’s popular “Business Management for Building Professionals” course, one of the courses in the curriculum for six NAHB designations, will be offered by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) on May 11 in New Orleans.
Held during the AIA National Convention & Design Exposition, the course will help participants learn management skills that can give them the edge over their competition.
The course will help students earning their CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR and Master CSP designations build a solid foundation in best business practices in planning, organizing, staffing/directing and controlling that are so valuable to small businesses.
Graduates of the course will learn to:
Discuss common business challenges and learn practical tips and tools to overcome them
Explain the three basic functional areas within a company
List the five main tools used to improve a business
Apply each of the five Ps to the three functional areas of the business
Identify methods of recruiting, interviewing, training and retaining quality personnel
Apply the key measures of business performance to their own business
Costs vary depending on AIA membership.
For more information and to register for “Business Management for Business Professionals,” click here.
For more information about NAHB Education courses, visit www.nahb.org/education.