Why Choose this Training Course?
Over 90% of a project’s budget is spent during the construction phase. It follows then that construction site management and supervision is the culmination of events in a project’s life cycle. Site management encompasses a myriad of important considerations including project expediting, subcontractor management, owner’s communications, billing and claims avoidance. This Construction Site Management & Supervision training course will feature the importance and relevance of efficient and practical strategies necessary to achieve competency for professionals involved in Construction Site Management.
This AZTech training course will feature:
- Practice in project management techniques
- Understand crucial issues affecting performance
- Methods to meet deadlines
- Proven techniques to achieve project success
- Getting results and avoiding legal pitfalls
What are the Goals?
By the end of this AZTech training course, participants will be able to:
- Assess and control work methods, resources and systems to meet works requirements
- Contribute to controlling work quality, progress and cost
- Develop productive working relationships, manage changes and resolve disputes
- Learn Cost control and progress payment administration
- Lead project meetings and manage the performance of teams and individuals
Who is this Training Course for?
This training course is designed for people who desire to learn practical site management techniques that will assist them in completing work tasks, establishing and maintaining priorities and meeting deadlines for work and projects.
This AZTech training course is suitable to a wide range of project management professionals but will greatly benefit:
- New project Professionals
- Site Engineers
- Cost Engineers
How will this Training Course be Presented?
This training course will utilise a variety of proven adult training techniques such as group discussions and team exercises to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes discussion of the goals of each participant to ensure their needs are fulfilled, as far as possible. Questions are encouraged throughout which provides opportunities for participants to discuss specific issues and, if possible, find appropriate solutions.
The Course Content
Day One: Organization, Health and Safety
- The participants: Owner, Contractor and Subcontractors
- Roles and responsibilities
- Safety Management
- Basic Safety Rules
- Jobsite Conditions and Hazards
- Construction Equipment Safety
Day Two: Staffing, Facilities and Site Meetings
- Employer, Consultants, Contractors, Subcontractors
- Temporary buildings, utilities and services
- Security and Hazard control
- Kick-off Meeting
- Owner and Contractor's Meetings
Day Three: Scheduling of Work and Monitoring of Work
- Master Schedule: Bar chart, Network logic, Line-of-Balance
- Communicating and Updating Schedules
- Project Control Cycle
- Information Gathering
- Supervision and Inspection
Day Four: Progress Reporting, Cost Control and Payments
- Factors Impacting Performance (Risks)
- Tracking Time, Cost and Quality
- Corrective Action
- Role of Quantity Surveyors / Cost Engineers
- Project Cash Flow
- Fluctuations and Final Accounts
Day Five: Changes, Problems in Construction and Dispute Resolution
- Causes of Change
- Managing Changes
- Claims and Disputes
- Arbitration and Mediation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Techniques
- AZTech Certificate of Completion for delegates who attend and complete the training course
- The applicable PMI Professional Development Units/Contact Hours will be reflected in the Certificate of Completion
AZTech as an A.T.P. (Authorised Training Partner) has been approved by PMI to issue applicable Professional Development Units (PDUs) for its Project Management training courses. PMI allows credential holders to apply PDUs to the maintenance of their credentials where one contact hour of training is equivalent to one PDU.
PMI is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.