Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Students will need to provide their own computer and the system must meet requirements to run a student version of an Autodesk product.
Construction Document Technician (CDT) Certification Prep Course
The Construction Documents Technology (CDT) Program provides a comprehensive overview for anyone who writes, interprets, enforces, or manages construction documents. Project architects, contractors, contract administrators, material suppliers, and manufacturers' representatives are all realizing the advantages of being Construction Documents Technologists.
By being able to understand and interpret written construction documents, CDTs perform their jobs more effectively. By understanding the roles and relationships of all participants, CDTs improve communication among all members of the construction team.
This course provides a weekly self-paced learning environment designed to prepare construction industry professionals to take the National Construction Documents Technology (CDT) Examination for the CDT certification. The online course provides newly updated materials for current exam requirements.
CDT Exam Overview
CDT candidates must demonstrate their knowledge of CSI's recommended practices in the following subject areas:
- The Construction Process
- Construction contract types
- Modifications and substitution procedures
- Contractual relationships
- Rights, duties, and responsibilities
- Contract provisions
- Relationship and organization of construction documents
- Use of construction documents
- Organizational formats
- Interpreting construction documents
- Planning and Pre-Design
**UWF Students are not eligible to take these non-credit courses. They must take the for-credit option through the University's main registration system.