construction project management
As a project manager, you will be responsible for managing the construction project lifecycle from start to finish. This means managing the development process from initially working with clients on their requirements, through the design, procurement and construction stages, to the final handover. Competency in this area will enhance your skill set as a construction professional and ability to ensure successful project completion.
Through this course, you will delve into each stage and the critical steps within each. This includes how to plan, organise and control construction operations, and the undertaking of initial feasibility studies through to design, construction, maintenance, refurbishment and demolition. All content is designed to give you a well-rounded view of construction project management and the essential skills required for managing a construction project.
By completing all modules, you will have demonstrated knowledge of the core elements of construction project management and be able to apply key skills to co-ordinate building projects. The technical content is also aligned with the core competencies under the RICS project management pathway, and so will enhance your ability to become an RICS professional.
- Identify the importance of pre-planning and its correlation with a company’s bottom line
- Describe how an unsafe jobsite impacts a company’s bottom line and jeopardizes future projects
- Discuss the impact of low job site productivity on the project contractor, craftsperson, project owner, and designer
- Discuss information required to evaluate and select subcontractor and vendor services and material and equipment purchases Identify ways to plan and schedule work more efficiently using Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling
- Identify legal actions, or lack thereof, that can have far-reaching legal consequences for the project manager, their company, and many others
- Explain how good cost control practices and forecast probable final project cost
- Examine the various types of project records that must be generated, tracked, and stored to increase project efficiency and prevent legal issues
Unit 1 – The legal framework for construction projects
Unit 2 – Construction technology and environmental services
Unit 3 – Understanding the Client’s requirements
Unit 4 – Feasibility Studies and Option Appraisals
Unit 5 – Project process and procedures
Unit 6 – BIM
Unit 7 – Procurement and tendering
Unit 8 – Team working, Management and Leadership Skills
Unit 9 – Risk management
Unit 10 – Project Finances and their management
Unit 11 – Contract practice and administration
Unit 12 – Project audit and evaluation
This course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes high interaction with tutorial input as well as case studies, individual and syndicated work, and film shows etc. There will be opportunity for group discussion and for participants to compare experience. Time will be allocated at the end of each day to reflect upon the learning and plan to transfer the knowledge back to the work place.
- D.McKINSEY AND ASSOCIATES Ltd Certificate of Completion for individuals who attend and complete the Construction Project Management.
- Candidates who desire International Certifications shall be registered through our platform for such an examination as per PMI standards and cost.
D.Mckinsey is licensed to train and issue certificates by the following bodies;
– Nigerian Council for Management Education, (CMD).
– OGTAN (Oil and Gas Trainers Association of NIGERIA).
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