Certified Project Manager®

Become a Relocation Consultant
for Local Office Moves

IOMI® Training Earns Georgia Highlands College CEUs
Office Move Management for
Commercial Real Estate Agents
Diversify your revenue stream and brand your service while offering more value to your clients by becoming an Office Move Manager

You will learn how to:

Identify the needs of your client so that you can prepare a Scope of Service
• Identify the tasks involved in relocating a company and determine who is responsible for each task
• Save your client thousands of dollars of nonproductive down-time before and after the move
• Prepare a Scope of Services so that the mover’s service reflects what was promised in the bid
• Minimize the risk of damage to furniture, computers, paintings and glass tops
• Minimize the risk of damage to walls, carpet, doors and elevators
• Ensure the mover furnishes enough equipment (dollies, carts, etc.) for the job
• Analyze the bids and make recommendations for selecting a mover
• Coordinate and sequence vendor services so that they don’t interfere with each other’s schedules
• Communicate with property and building managers to reserve elevators, loading docks and loading areas
• Ensure that your client is 100% ready when the move crews arrive (to reduce the risk of change orders and subsequent higher costs)
• Supervise and control the moving crew to increase the odds of the move finishing on time for the price quoted
• Set up controls and measures for auditing moving bills

Certification Requirements:
To receive Certified Project Manager® certification, students must successfully complete an 8-hour training program

Location: Georgia Highlands College; Cartersville, Georgia

Schedule:
The date for the training will be based upon the mutual convenient schedules of the students and the instructor