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The picked profession I am looking for is that of a Project Manager and a Project Manager is an expert in the field of overseeing activities regardless of the subtle element or the measure of the venture. Venture Managers normally plan, facilitate, plan and manage ventures from ahead of schedule advancement to last culmination and hold the obligation of task fruitions, commonly in the development business. (Measurements, 2012-13) One of Project Managers obligations may include the organizing of the distinctive exchanges to achieve a sensible culmination date and they additionally work principally as a contact in the middle of customer and the general foreman. As a Project Manager in the electrical field one has to have the experience and knowledge of electricity.
Basic skills of construction and the ability to read and understand blue prints is a must. Since the electrical field of construction is so vast one may decide to choose one particular entity and mange that project. Such areas would be for example Lighting, Controls, High Power and Communication just to speak of a few areas in the field. Now one can just visualize the complexity projects can be and to why technical writing will be a valuable resource. The legal environment of business will be a great asset for my career. Being in the blue collar world of the work place industry most of my adult life I decided it is time for a change. In order to enter the white collar side of business I need the knowledge of the business side of business. For the skills that are required of a Project Manager the legal environment of business course provided the proper management structure that is required and the ability to be more proficient in the legal structure and procedures one may encounter. My experience in the electrical field has been vested with twenty years in the industry.
I have been in construction from one…...

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