The objective of this program is to improve construction documentation by allowing individuals to demonstrate through certification their knowledge of CSI's recommended best practices in construction process, contractual relationships, relationships and organization of construction documents. The program is also designed to encourage individuals to become familiar with the fundamental principles of specification writing and construction document organization as recommended by CSI.
Why Students Should Take the CDT Exam
1. Impress your future employer.
Get a leg up on your job-hunting competition. Potential employers will be impressed that you have started your venture into the professional world. You will have proven that you know and understand the construction process and construction documents. Employers may be more inclined to hire your because you will not need the same depth of on-the-job training that other candidates will.
2. Knowledge you can rely on.
Studying for the CDT, you learn the best practices recommended for the construction industry. You are already in a learning/test taking environment, so preparing for the exam will not be a culture shock.
3. Set yourself apart from the rest!
Impress recruiters by using the CDT credential on your resume and cover letters.
4. Investment in your future.
Apply at the discounted student registration rate. See the application form for details.
5. Join an elite group.
As a CDT, you become part of an elite group of professionals. Your name is listed in the annual CSI directory and on internet directories so that when people need qualified professionals, they will turn to you.
CDT Study Sessions
Time: Wednesday* evenings, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Dates: January 2 to March 20, 2013 (12 sessions)
Place: Sonoma County Water Agency
404 Aviation Blvd. (across from Airport Cinemas)
Santa Rosa, CA 95406
Web Conferencing: Will be available.
Fee: $30 for members, $40 for non-members
Contact Amanda Edvardsson for additional information email@example.com.
* exception: March 6 date is switched to Tuesday: March 5