Construction Project Management: Doing It Right


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Next Available Dates

21st March 2023

17th November 2023


Good construction project management requires the ability to identify and overcome challenges. This 2-day course focuses on building your skills and knowledge to help you overcome these challenges and drive projects towards a successful completion – within budget and on schedule.


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This course covers the latest advancements in construction project management, including new technologies, international considerations, and changing legislation. Based on the updated 6th edition of the Code of Practice for Project Management in the Built Environment, the course provides a comprehensive guide to project management principles and practices. It addresses key topics such as quality assurance, time management, joint ventures, contract compliance, and supply chain integration.

Upon completion, you will have a deep understanding of the skills and knowledge required to effectively manage construction projects in a constantly evolving industry.

The support textbook for the course is The Code of Practice for Project Management – For Construction and  Development, 6th Edition, Wiley. 

We offer free 7 days access to the book in our library, however, we recommend you purchase the textbook. Details can be found here. **please note that we also offer members discount**

**Multiple dates? when booking, please specify what date you are booking for in the notes section**
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By the end of the course, you will be equipped to understand and reflect upon:

  • How Project Management has evolved
  • Having an in-depth introduction to project inception, feasibility analysis, strategy, and the pre-construction process
  • Thorough examination of the construction stage of projects, as well as testing and commissioning, and project completion, handover, and operation
  • Practical deliberations of post-completion review
  • A glossary for essential terms in construction project management
  • How the current edition for Project Management for the Built Environment has been devised.
  • How to become an effective Project Manager
  • Equipping the Project Manager with up-to-date changes and addressing the principles and practice of project management in the construction industry

The course will cover:

  • An Introduction
  • Benefits of interactive sessions
  • An insight/comparison into the role adopted for Project Managers in the United States
  • Definitions of terminology
  • Sustainability overviews
  • Environmental mandates
  • Strategic drivers
  • Guiding principles
  • An insight into a whole life-cycle approach for Project Management
  • How assets can be delivered to meet the expected  quality, cost, and time
  • Why the new edition of the Code of Practice is needed
  • The importance of: differing roles; current legislation and new Codes of Practice for the Project Manager
  • The relevance of the sixth edition for project management

Perfect for project management professionals in construction contracting and client organisations, The Code of Practice for Project Management for the Built Environment can be used as a point of reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students of project management and construction-related subjects.


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Robert Ozols


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