This course will focus on the legal, technical and personal responsibilities involved in observation, supervision, and coordination of on-site construction. You w i ll increase your knowledge of construction practices and control techniques and develop your skill s in management, contract administration, and decision making, finally contract close-out, all of which are essential in administering the contacts required by today’s complex projects.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Identify management responsibilities.
Use effective communication skills
Understand effective administrative responsibilities.
Understand legal requirements
Structure and use effective record-keeping methods
Promote good organization procedures.
Avoid disputes and claims.
Who should attend
This course will benefit field administrators-in-training, field representatives of architects, engineers, contractors, employers and government agencies, construction inspectors, construction managers, project managers, and others responsible for effective field administration in building construction.
An overview of construction contract procurement systems-
- Dynamics of Contract, Management Responsibility –
- Clients, Consultants, Contractors and Authorities Expectations of Clients,
- Consultants and End Users,
- Roles of parties,
- Project Liability Poor quality and its cost and effects in construction.
Decision Making and Thinking Theory
- Conceptual Framework of Thinking Skills and Decision Making
- Divergent and Convergent Thinking in Decision Making
- Critical Constructive Thinking in Decision Making
Project Management Fundamentals and Practice
- Construction Management Pitfalls
- Construction Management in Practice Project Success and Failures
- Effective Monitoring and Control of Time and Cost
Construction Management Implementation –
- Putting it together Mitigation of Project Delay
- Know ledge Management and Project Learning in Projects
- Project Learning and a ca se Stu dy: An International Construction
This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as presented on the next column based on percentage of the total tuition hours:
Workshops & Work presentation
Case Studies & Practical Exercises
Videos, Sofware & General Discussion
The course instructor may modify the above training methodology before or during the course for technical reasons with no prior notice to participants.