Victor O. Schinnerer & Company has announced a new series of risk management seminars for design and construction professionals.
Entitled “Skills, Solutions, Success,” the series focuses on five distinct topics to teach design and construction professionals how to keep claims down and maintain profitability.
Although Schinnerer’s A/E Risk Management Department has been delivering seminars regularly for more than 30 years, this year’s schedule represents a change. “This year, we decided to offer not one, but five new seminars so we could cover more issues and reach more people,” explained Joe Jones, director of the A/E Risk Management Program.
The seminars are staffed by Schinnerer risk management specialists, many of whom have more than 20 years of experience. “We wanted to utilize the talent we have,” said Jones. “So each of our staff focused on their particular area of expertise to formulate their seminar.”
The four half-day seminars are accredited for 3.5 CEUs and the full-day seminar is accredited for 7.0 CEUs under the AIA’s Continuing Education Service. Participants who provide their AIA number will have their credits reported directly. Non-AIA members receive a certificate of participation.
The 2005 schedule is as follows:
Utilizing Lessons Learned: Claims & Case Studies Las Vegas – February 24 New York – Nov. 3
Developing Solutions to Emerging Risks
Dallas – March 10
Get Smart About Intellectual Property
Chicago – April 18
Seven Steps to Negotiation Success
Seattle – Sept. 20
Navigating Successful Project Delivery
Atlanta – Oct. 18
A full agenda as well as registration information and a fee schedule are available at PlanetRiskManagement.com. Seminars are open to both Schinnerer policyholders and non-policyholders, although policyholders are eligible for a discounted registration fee. All other services in Schinnerer’s risk management program are available exclusively to Schinnerer policyholders.
Policyholders receive regular publications, contract review services and a access to an online library of risk management information.
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