This programming & planning course provides delegates with an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to operate as a construction project manager (CPM) in the context of property and construction industries. With specific focus on planning and programming.
The construction project manager (CPM) plays a key role at all stages of the construction process for diverse client organisations that operate in a dynamic environment.
Who should study this course?
Those who need an understanding of the issues surrounding the planning, co-ordination and control of construction projects.
- Trainee project managers
- Cost consultants
Most relevant for those already involved in construction projects, this course is also relevant to delegates who are interested in moving into the role of Construction Project Manager.
Relevant for both UK and internationally based students.
5 hours per week (estimated)
The total study time for completing this course is 60 hours. Spread over a 12-week course this equates to five hours per week.
This estimate includes time for you to read or view a resource more than once, as well as time for you to take notes and undertake the online assessments.
Delivered online with tutor-support, you are able to stop and restart the course as you progress – working at a time and place that suits your needs. You will be guided through the course by the interactive material and advised the best way to progress throughout.
At the end of this course you should be able to:
- demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles of programming and planning in construction
- demonstrate a broad knowledge of the associated concepts and theories
- create a precedence network
- identify the critical path and subsequently produce a Gannt Chart
- demonstrate knowledge and understanding of allocating resources to a programme
- produce a detailed method statement
- select appropriate approaches to managing construction time and cost.
A twelve-week course delivered online with tutor-support and online forums.
The online delivery method will allow you to study wherever you may be. Whilst the course tutor will be available through the discussion forums to answer any questions and guide you through the study material and topics.
This course is made up of related topics:
- Introduction to construction project management
- Project definition, briefing and the stakeholder
- Monitoring & Control
- Resource management
- Method statements
- Project risk management including health and safety
- Quality control, handover procedure, soft landings
Assessment will be continuous throughout the course by means of multiple choice quizzes and case studies.
Free Text Book
Access to the following text book will be provided as part of the course:
“Construction Planning, Programming and Control” (3rd Edn) by Brian Cooke and Peter Williams, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN 978-1-4051-8380-2
Further details on the course structure are available here.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course.
Delegates with 3 or more years relevant industry experience would benefit most from this course.
On successful completion of the course you will receive a UCEM certificate of completion for “Principles of Construction Programming and Planning”.
You will be tested with online quizzes throughout the course. You must achieve 60% or more in each quiz to successfully complete the course. Additional attempts will be permitted should you not be successful on your first attempt.
Course starts: 1st Oct 2018, (Delegates are recommended to register before 14th September 2018)
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