Have you ever wondered why few engineers and construction professionals became successful in project management and most are NOT satisfied with the result they got?
And despite the unique opportunities for a project manager, project engineer, and site engineer, whether in national or abroad, it seems only some were able to fill up and enjoy the benefits of these unique positions.
In contrast, no matter how good you become with your experience, but without formal training in construction project management, your career path to success is limited.
Is there something you should know and do to become competent in project management to fast-track your career, get your dream job, and triple your income quickly in your engineering field?
I became an accidental project manager at twenty-eight (28) years old; something I never thought to be a career advantage in my engineering profession even to this day.
My passion about project management have culminated to a point I’m committed to teach and coach the young engineers, engineering graduates, and potential project managers who are interested to excel in managing projects.
I will share with you on how you can become a competent project manager and engineer (that you never thought about) so you can take advantage of the great opportunity available in the job market today, whether locally or abroad – and that you can surely become one.
Here are the three (3) career rare tips for you to seriously consider if you want a successful career in construction projects.
Most practitioners lack the knowledge and practical training in construction management. That’s because most engineers are NOT aware or they simply don’t know or nobody told them the below skills and competency:
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To miss out on the actual procedures and standards in construction projects as your primary skills are the main reason why you are NOT progressing as you wish to in your field.
If you are a recent graduate or a young professional - the best way to begin is get these specific skills in construction management.
For experience engineers or even project managers, run don't walk to acquire the above skills together with the next step to consider...
No Matter how good you become because of your experienced even with more than 10 years of project management, but without formal training in managing projects, your professional advancement will be hampered.
With international project management environment using the knowledge and skills, tools and technique in project planning, scheduling, and control of project are inevitable to your career growth and success.
Then balancing the demand of project quality, risk, schedule, controlling cost using project performance and forecasting, and your leadership skills to lead your project team to successful completion are critically essential to achieve project goals and objectives.
These are the skills you need that are generic to project management:
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Project management terminologies are important part of “project communication” to key stakeholders in a project environment.
Then the tools and technique need to be learnt, gain, and apply to running projects to make the life of the project manager, or an engineer as member of a project team easier and to function effectively during planning and execution stage of a project.
To have the experienced alone in the construction industry may NOT be sufficient to become a competent project manager and engineer in the 21st century.
Project managers and engineers post have turn increasingly a tougher competition this days. You need to set yourself apart from the pack to increase your chances of getting your dream job.
Why is that?
Because hiring managers and HR professionals, specially when hiring project managers and engineers for medium to mega projects will now require a formal training in project management :
Your qualifications, knowledge, skills, and experience are keys that lead to a challenging, successful project management career.
In addition, a COMPETENCY base training in construction and engineering projects once you acquire it in your repertoire is undeniably a CAREER ADVANTAGE in your profession.
Thank you for taking the time to read.
Marlon Frando, MBA, PMP, CMQ/OE
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