CPE Reporting Deadlines are Approaching: Auspicium Has the Solution with Construction Audit Training and More

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CPE reporting is due on December 31, 2013. Though class offerings are slimming down, Auspicium offers personal and public training and they are all CPE eligible; check out the upcoming construction audit training classes.

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Denise developed a 2-day customized training for my staff covering construction processes, rules, risks, and how to audit all of it. While making the training fun, exciting, and enjoyable.

On November 14 and 15, Auspicium is offering a exciting two day (16 CPE) construction audit course called Construction Audit and Transition Management. There is still time to sign up for the Early bird discount, which has been extended to September 15, 2013. This course offers the basics around construction audit and project management and discusses an important aspect – often over looked – Transition Management.

Transition management looks at how an owner takes over form the contractor, how they get the new building used (such as moving over employees) and the importance of timing your project the right away. If you were planning a new college building it would make sense to do it in May and not wait until August. As obvious as this sounds, major universities have infamous fails as they did not consider this in their projects.

As for construction audit, students will learn tactics to work with management to help understand risks, time an audit, plan an audit and plan communication strategies. Learn very specific techniques that are industry specific and proven to work. Participants will talk about audit steps that provide assurance that all pillars of success are covered. Instructors will introduce you to Auspicium's CARE® Methodology that will help the auditor increase effectiveness on the audit. The typical construction audit nets 1-3% cost savings. Using techniques taught in class students can up those numbers and help protect organizations. Students will also learn process improvement areas so that the project and project management can become more effective.

If construction audit is not your thing, Auspicium can customize a training that meets the needs of your staff. Auspicium will provide this in-house to you, thus reducing travel costs. Contact Auspicium early. Courses vary but some examples are Fraud Detection, IT audit, Real Estate, Psychology of Fraud and White Collar crime, Disaster Recovery, Records., Project Management and more.

Auspicium instructors are world class and are comfortable in front of large crowds. Auspicium believes in providing information that is current, engaging the class, and making it entertaining enough to provide for a positive learning experience.

Recent feedback from students include "amazing presentation skills, energy level never waives," "Wow, I can use that on our current project!" and "Informative class taught by expert in field."

For more information, contact Auspicium at (877) 550-6802 or at http://www.auspicium.com .

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