TAKE A STEP UP IN YOUR CAREER
Gain knowledge, hands-on skills, and certifications in the Construction Management program offered in partnership with Colorado Homebuilding Academy and Community College of Aurora. Our industry-driven classes will prepare you for a superintendent-level career in homebuilding, making an average annual salary of $70,000. Whether you are starting a new career in construction or pursuing a promotion within the industry, the Construction Management certificate program can help you take your career to the next level.
From Community College of Aurora, OSHA, International Residential Code, and Colorado Homebuilding Academy
Earn College Credit
Earn 18 credits from Community College of Aurora
Connect with Employers
Attend job fairs at the Academy and receive additional career support
Classes are taught in the evenings, and are paired with online work you can complete at home
With scholarships and financial aid, most students don’t pay full price
Engaging blend of hands-on work and lectures ensures you can apply your knowledge right away
Program Schedule & Tuition
This 18-credit certificate program requires 6 classes. Students attend classes at our training center while completing online coursework outside of class. The overall tuition costs approximately $3,000, but scholarships and financial aid are available.
With over 15 years of experience in the construction industry, Eric got his start as a third-party inspector for home builders. He then spent nine years helping to operate a handyman business, and continued as a project manager for a roofing and siding company. Eric has a degree in business and project management, and is working on his Masters in Education. He has 5 kids and an awesome wife, Rene. Eric enjoys using his experience and education to train up-and-coming construction professionals.
With over 30 years of experience in the homebuilding, Bill is skilled at mentoring and developing new talent for his industry. Bill began his career as an assistant construction superintendent and advanced into executive positions for both large national homebuilders and small start-ups. Bill’s passion for service leads him to serve on the board for industry nonprofits, including Colorado Construction Institute and the Home Builders Foundation.