As we begin a new year, many have established new year’s resolutions for themselves, usually geared toward self improvement. A substantial portion of those resolutions have already been broken, and it’s only January 3rd.
Picking up on my last post, I would encourage construction professionals out there to make one of the following resolution:
a. I will pass the CDT exam this year
b. I will pass the CCS exam this year
c. I will pass the CCCS exam this year
d. I will pass the CCPR exam this year
You will note that there is not an option “e. None of the above”.
In support of your efforts to pass one of these CSI Certificate/Certification exams this year, I will be facilitating a CDT study group for members and friends of the Central Virginia CSI chapter who are preparing to sit for the CDT. In the past, I tweeted quotes from the CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide on an almost daily basis in advance of upcoming exam windows. They can be found by searching #CSIcertification and #CDT on Twitter. My intent is to pick up where I left off with that practice. My Twitter Handle is @Ray_Gaines_FCSI.
Other study materials are available at csiresources.org where you can sign up for the exam, and download various study materials. You can also sign up for the CDT One Day at a Time daily e-mail study program at specguy.com. Check with your local CSI chapter to see if they are hosting a study group. Absent a local study group, there is a lot of material available on YouTube from various CSI chapters.
In the interest of professional self improvement, I would encourage you to resolve to do this in 2017.