We Proudly Present Construction Administration Graduate Jorman Nunez

We Proudly Present Construction Administration Graduate Jorman Nunez
DATE On June 29, 2022

If you want to hire a go-getter, look no further than Jorman Nunez. Always seeking to improve himself through education, Jorman enrolled in a variety of trade programs to develop his skills. Jorman has already earned diplomas in welding and CNC and robotic manufacturing technology and electrical technician diploma program. He is positioning himself to become a manager who has the knowledge required to tackle all aspects of a project. That's why he also completed our Associate of Applied Science in Construction Administration program. All of us at Rockford Career College are extremely proud of Jorman for earning his associate degree and relentlessly pursuing his dream career. 

What You Learn in a Construction Administration AAS Program

Our welding, and electrical programs are designed to provide students with relevant, in-demand skills. Our construction administration AAS program goes beyond by allowing students to complete an advanced level of course work in their chosen field and develop general education skill sets in areas such as English, history, and math. For each graduate of a program, we highlight three different courses. During the program, Jorman took courses such as: Human Relations and Problem Solving, Quality Control and Product Supervision, and Crew Leadership and Safety.

In these courses, he learned about:

  • Developing effective communication and leadership skills, problem solving for decision making, and resolving potential human relations difficulties
  • Types of quality control in a professional job site context as well as how to incorporate quality and safety through effective communication, document control, and inspections protocols and procedures
  • Different leadership styles, communication, delegating, problem solving, job site safety, the crew leader’s role in safety, project planning, scheduling, and estimating

In addition to construction administration-specific subjects, Jorman completed general education courses such as College Math and Life Science to fulfill associate degree requirements.

How Our Graduate Entered Construction Administration

Like Jorman, you too could enter the construction administration field in just a matter of months and start your career journey in this interesting and necessary profession. Our AAS program is designed for students who already have 50 credits in a construction-related field. (For instance, Jorman had already earned the prerequisite credits in his welding program.) If you have these transfer credits and the will to succeed, we are ready to help you reach your career goals.

Rockford Career College's Construction Administration AAS Program at a Glance

Program Length: 7 months
Learning Environment: 100% online
Link for Construction Administration Lead Instructor
Job Outlook: 12% increase in the U.S. projected from 2020—20301

Find out more about our Construction Administration AAS program today. Call 888.680.6682 or submit the Request Information form on our website. Our staff and faculty are ready to assist you with completing the enrollment process, navigating your financial aid options, finding a free tutor, connecting with local employers, and much more. Don't be afraid to pursue your professional goals!

1 National Center for O*NET Development.  Illinois Employment Trends: 11-9021.00 - Construction Managers.  O*NET OnLine.  Retrieved June 16, 2021, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/localtrends/11-9021.00?st=IL&g=Go

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