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Construction Management Program

216.664.4152         2015 Program Application

The James H. Walker Construction Management Course is a ten week, twenty session course. The course is taught by experienced construction professionals and includes education in contracting, marketing, procurement, bonding, scheduling, cost accounting, estimating, and project planning. Participants learn how to become certified with the City of Cleveland, obtain financing, bid on City contracts and prepare business plans.

Approximately 1,347 entrepreneurs, trades people, and professional architects, engineers, surveyors and others who have taken this course are operating well-known and respected businesses. The course is named in honor of the late James Walker, a former OEO employee who dedicated most of his professional life to helping minorities develop construction and general contracting businesses.


Citizen's Police Academy

216.623.5080 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm

This program for residents 18 and older covers topics such as legal issues, police officer training and preparedness, internet crimes against children. It includes a tour of the Justice Center and Police headquarters, the outdoor range, communication center and Police Museum. It may also include presentations by Canine, Narcotics, and SWAT units.


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