CIOB Academy Course
Certificate in Site Management
Next Available Dates
5th July 2023
16th August 2023
22nd November 2023
The Site Management Certificate develops your knowledge and practical skills to deliver construction projects safely and efficiently.
You can pay for this course in the following currencies:
The demand for skilled workers in construction has never been higher, with some industry reports estimating that the construction industry will need to recruit over 200,000 skilled workers in the coming years. As such, possessing a recognised qualification is a great way to meet this growing industry demand.
Our new, online Site Management Certificate gives you all the tools and knowledge to gain a recognised professional qualification as well as the skills to manage people, activities and processes on construction sites.
Developed by a hugely experienced construction professional, the certificate course contains 3 units which will focus on the principles required to manage the quality of construction, as well as your ability to manage contractual and legal responsibilities. You will also learn best practice in health, safety and the environment.
In summary, the Site Management certificate course will put you on the path to management of all site-based staff employed by the company to ensure that the project is delivered within their contractual obligations.
**This course qualifies for a CITB grant, for further information, please contact CITB directly.**
To enrol: Please send your CV to [email protected] and our Trainers will determine if you are eligible for the course
**This course qualifies for a CITB grant of up to £600, for further information, please contact CITB directly.**
Each unit will deliver the content using the following resources in order to give a rich and informative experience:
- Instructional eLearning
- Course reading materials
- Case studies and practical exercises.
- Online forum for tutor and delegates
- Live webinars in the middle and at the end of each module.
- Accessing the live webinar sessions during the course require delegates to register using teams
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- Manage quality control on a construction site
- Manage legislative requirements for health, safety and welfare practice within a construction site
- Mange contractual and legal responsibilities to ensure compliance
This course is specifically for entry to and progression in the construction industry.
Candidates should have at least ONE of the following to start the course:
- Three years’ experience on site with some general management responsibility
- Completion of a NVQ level 3 in a relevant industry subject
- Completion of CIOB Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory Studies
Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS)
The Level 4 Certificate and the Diploma in Construction Site Management provide exemption for either the White:
- Academically Qualified Persons CSCS card; or
- Professionally Qualified Persons CSCS card.
depending on industry qualifications and/or professional body membership.
CSCS cards demonstrate the cardholder in addition to holding a certified specialist skill for the job they do and also possess an appropriate health, safety and environmental test attained within the past 2 years.
Whilst not a legal requirement; the vast majority of contractors require that all personnel hold an appropriate CSCS card at the right level before they are allowed on site. For more current information visit: www.cscs.uk.com.
Please note these are guidelines, if you feel your experience and skills will allow you to complete the course, then contact the Academy.
You will have to do one assignment per unit.
Assignments are graded pass, merit and distinction and a certificate will be issued at the end of the course. An overall grade will be issued upon completion of all four units.
We recommend on completion of the Site Management course delegates should progress onto the Certificate in Construction Management course.
Planning and Organising
Dr Michael Hammond
Dr. Hammond FCIOB started his career as a plumber before moving on to train as a quantity surveyor, working with a number of large consultancies including Turner and Townsend. In the early 1990s, he moved into education, working initially at Wigan and Leigh College before moving to Dudley College, where he became head of construction. In 2005, he moved to SummitSkills Ltd the Sector Skills Council for the Building Services Engineering Sector as Head of Research.
Dr. Hammond has published a book on Skills Policy in the UK and a number of academic papers. In addition, he has also published numerous reports for Government Departments, Devolved Government, and numerous agencies around the UK Currently Mike is Director of his own Research and Education Company, offering bespoke research and educational services to public and private sector clients. Mike is also currently an examiner for the CIOB on the Chartered Management Programme.
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