Click on our list of courses below to find out what training we offer to help you manage construction projects and minimise the risk of construction disputes.
Ideal for directors, commercial managers, quantity surveyors and project managers, this course will improve your understanding of the meaning of contracts. You will also gain insight into which terms you can negotiate to make projects more commercially attractive and less risky.
Designing for Profit
Ideal for design managers, designers, draughtsmen and CAD operatives, this course will help you get a clearer understanding of the meaning of 'Design' under the contract. It will also look at the duties of a designer under the CDM regulations, and the cost and programme implications of design changes.
Estimating for Profit
Ideal for estimating managers, estimators and project managers, this course will help you get a better understanding of the obligations that need pricing and how to maximise profit on each project. You will also get a greater understanding of the commercial position of other members of the team.
Basic Site Management
Perfect for project managers, site supervisors and working foremen, this course will help you develop a greater understanding of why certain records must be kept and the implications on cost and time for not keeping them. It will also show you how profit can be maximised through good site management.
Basic Construction Law
This course is designed for quantity surveyors, project managers, site supervisors and working foremen who want to get a good commercial understanding of contractual obligations. It will also cover how to develop procedures and strategies for managing the financial aspects of a project.
Getting the Money In
This course will give accounts managers and sales ledger staff an understanding of the payment mechanisms particular to the construction industry and an insight into how to ensure payment.
Changes to the Construction Act
Designed for quantity surveyors, project managers and commercial managers, this course will give you an overall commercial appreciation of the changes to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (The Construction Act).