Sign up for the Jan Cohort of our Project Manager Basic Training program! Get your spot while there's still room! This course is held onsite at Arcade Wayfinding HQ…
Understanding the construction process is only the first step of being a rockstar project manager. Successful industry leaders will tell you that construction is like a game, with rules (both spoken and unspoken,) roles, win conditions and elements of luck and strategy across the board. In just 8 weeks of intensive training, we’ll focus on understanding all of the important aspects of the game, helping your project management team to bring a new level of control to every project they touch.
This program bookends with our successful Foreman Basic Training, addressing the same project life cycle from an entirely different perspective. Companies who send participants to both sessions will gain the additional benefit of helping field and office leaders to speak the same language, breaking down the silos that can be destructive to team morale as well as profit.
This program is designed to guide project managers to mastery in each of three essential areas:
Be the Leader Your Project Deserves!
Reimagine the Strategy of Your Projects!
Risk is Just an Expensive Substitute for Information.
“Arcade can help improve your career. The workshops aren’t just another college course! Arcade offers so much value and is so unique offering specific tools for our industry. I am 100% a co-conspirator for you guys!”
“If you want to further your career with a positive outlook, all of Arcade’s programs teach prioritizing your life at home and at work. This will help you free up time for your family and passions in your life.
Arcade Wayfinding is the organizing tool to reach for!”
“When we would play the games in class, it wasn’t just a filler. It was purpose driven. There was a reason for the game. It was fun, then we were also learning a skill at the same time, so I thought that was pretty cool.”
“Arcade has created something very special. I love the feeling of failing in a controlled environment – really hits home!”