||Public Infrastructure Inspector Study Guide Part 2 (Rebroadcast)
This is part of the "REBROADCAST: Public Infrastructure Inspector Study Guide Series" series, which also included the following events:
* Public Infrastructure Inspector Study Guide Part 1 (Rebroadcast)
* Public Infrastructure Inspector Study Guide Part 3 (Rebroadcast)
May 14, 2012
Non Members: $300.00
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This program is a rebroadcast of the original program. It is offered again due to popular demand, in case you were not able to attend. This event will be streamed to you and will require use of your computer’s speakers.
Sign-up for this program now to help you successfully prepare to complete the process of sitting for the Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector. This webcast series focuses you on areas of content domain, available resources and analysis of specialty topics found within the construction inspection world.
This program cannot overcome lack of experience, and this review will not guarantee a pass rate. But, the series includes tips on how to study prior to taking the exam and leaves you with additional self-directed study questions and information.
The topic review areas for the three-part series includes:
Clearing and grubbing
Asphalt and cement
Additional recommended readings
Sites registering for all three broadcasts receive a pricing incentive of $500 for member and $650 for non-members for all three programs.
Please note the Application deadlines:
September 10-21, 2012
Eligibility Application Postmark Deadline: June 22, 2012
Exam Application Postmark Deadline: July 27, 2012
August 29, 2012 -- At Congress
Eligibility Application Postmark Deadline: May 25, 2012
Exam Application Postmark Deadline: June 29, 2012
If you are planning to apply for the certification program, please make sure to check all application deadlines as some may occur prior to the study guide course.
Disclaimer: APWA Education is independent of APWA Certification. APWA certification programs are governed by the Certification Commission, a semi-independent certifying body of APWA. In adherence to certification industry standards, the Commission volunteers and staff are not involved in the development of any preparatory programs, and no preparatory programs are endorsed by the Commission nor are any prerequisites to earning APWA certifications.
This program has been approved for .2 CEUs. Please note there is a $5 fee per individual requesting CEUs.
||Mario Maciel, CCM, PMP, LEED AP
San Ramon, CA
Mr. Maciel has over 35 years of project and management experience in the fields of Construction, Engineering and Management. He has managed infrastructure and environmental projects internationally and domestically. His responsibilities have included Executive and Operations Management with financial and operational responsibility, performing at a regional level for business units up to 1200 staff. Experience includes International Business Unit Operations and Management. He is a Certified Construction Manager (CCM) through CMAA, a Project Management Professional (PMP) through PMI, a LEED AP through GBCI, USGBC, a CPII through APWA, a Building Inspector & Plans Examiner through ICC, and an AIA Associate. He is accomplished in Business Unit Operations, Budgeting, Business Unit Re-engineering, Project Management, Program Management, Training, Business Development, Marketing and Proposal development, Contracts, Negotiations, Strategic Planning, and Corporate Governance.
He has worked as Senior Vice President and Regional Manager for Hill International Inc., a Vice President and Regional Manager for Harris & Associates, Vice President and regional Manager for IT Corp., President of an IT Corp. subsidiary, IT Iron Mountain Mine Operations LLC., as a Senior Project Manager on infrastructure, environmental and building projects. He has managed general building and general engineering firms from the at-risk side and worked for public agencies in management and construction supervisory roles.
He has earned a BA from Saint Mary’s College of California in Management; a BA from UC Berkeley in Philosophy; and a Masters of Business Administration from Saint Mary’s College.