Management Courses

CDM Construction (Design & Management)

This course is designed to increase awareness and knowledge of the new CDM Regulations with emphasis on the duties, responsibilities and powers of the Client, the Principal Contractor, the Designer and Planning Supervisor. The correct training will help

Kent

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Max persons: 12
Duration: 1 Day

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NEC3 Programme Workshop

Administration of the programme is pivotal to the success of any NEC project. The programme becomes the key management and commercial tool in terms of demonstrating both the detailed plan of executing the works and also the effect/entitlement due to chan

Kent

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Max persons: 12
Duration: 1 Day

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Understanding the NEC3 Contract

This is a detailed one-day course which gives an overview of the different types of contracts available within the NEC3 suite of contracts. It explores in detail the Engineering and Construction (ECC)which is the most commonly used form within the suite

Kent

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Max persons: 12
Duration: 1 Day

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CITB Temporary Works

The course gives emphasis, throughout, to: • The importance of Communication, Co-ordination, Co-operation and Competency (the ‘4Cs’) • Risk management: safety and also business related. • Maximise learning with an integrated approach in developing competence for the TWC and TWS. TWS delegates attend the first day with the TWC delegates continuing to the second day. Allowing the Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC) and Supervisor (TWS) to: • Understand the need for and duties of a TWS/TWC • Understand the role of others • Have a detailed knowledge and understanding of BS5975 in respect of this role. This course is not a temporary works awareness course. It is only concerned with the process of coordination of temporary works, commonly expressed through the role of Temporary Works Coordinator and Temporary Works Supervisor. Assessment The method of assessment will be by multiple-choice questions at the end of the first day for TWS delegates and second day for TWC delegates, as well as the delegate being expected to be interactive during the course. The pass mark for the multiple-choice test is 72%.

Kent

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Max persons: 16
Duration: 1-2 Days

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