What is Planning Control and Risk within Construction Project Environments?
The aim of this 15 week CPD module is to provide construction industry professionals within an opportunity to explore aspects of planning, control and risk management relevant to construction project environments.
How you’ll learn?
With its interactive exercises and example scenarios, this interactive e-learning CPD module will provide delegates with the core knowledge and some best practice techniques for planning, control and risk management within construction project environments.
Module delegates will also be provided with an opportunity to participate in online collaborative activities and they work synchronously and asynchronously, engaging with the module tutors and other delegates alike
What you’ll learn?
The objectives of the CPD module are as follows:
- To provide an in-depth knowledge of the strategies needed to undertake large-scale construction development projects which aim to be sustainable and financially viable from a national, transnational and global perspective
- To understand the whole life-cycle nature of developments in order to meet the client’s and project’s objectives
- To provide knowledge about the legalities of the construction process including its typical regulatory impact upon development and the wider procurement and sustainability issues associated with a large modern construction project developments and how this affects the project as a whole
- To provide understanding of the pre-contract stages and post-contract management and how these are affected by the development procurement strategies at the inception stage
Is this course for you?
The CPD module programme is appropriate for all Construction Professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of the techniques used within Project Planning, Control and Risk Management.
Cost and Booking
This CPD Course is £600 per delegate. It is planned at 15 weeks duration.
Please contact Dr Agapiou to discuss fees, dates and delivery.
For further information and booking contact: Dr Andrew Agapiou