A better understating of the principles of Quality Management and its applications within the building industry. Also how to identify and document the scope of any project and how to then manage any changes to that scope.
Available CPD Modules
Available CPD Modules
The following are the CPD modules we currently have available. New modules are added on a regular basis.
Get clear on your business objectives with a better understanding of important factors that drive your business moving forward.
Identify key activities and resources that is required for the implementation of an efficient site establishment. Also a better understanding of some of the environmental requirements and obligations prescribed by certain legislation
An understanding of Site Investigations & Soil Classifications the process and applications.
An understating on the principles of Meetings and the management thereof.
The process by which clients evaluate tenders both formal and informal. This module will assist in the preparation of building tender submissions. Also included is an understanding of Work Breakdown Structures its frames of reference and practical applications.
This module is a checklist for preparing a program for a residential building project. All the major trades have been included.
An insight into project management tools to establish and manage time and cost milestones for any project.
An understanding of Environmental Management Planning and useful information pertaining to statutory compliance and other responsibilities.
Contains simple project management and contract administration strategies and templates to assist in the administration of a legal document. A clearer understanding of the mediation process as an alternative to dispute resolution.
An overview of the Home Building Contract developed by the NSW Office of Fair Trading (Form FT241)
Quoting for a project is made easy with this comprehensive checklist to ensure that all trades are considered. The client will be impressed by the detail and transparency that has been demonstrated.
A project management approach exploring what t involved with the process of tendering and other procurement activities.
This module provides builders with a working knowledge of property law it relates to residential vendors in NSW, in particular to builders who develop land.
An insight to the Security of Payment Act 1999 providing security for payments owing to builders in New South Wales.
Managing the process of recording and classifying financial transactions or activities in your business.
This module sets out to explain how to write your own business plan, why you should prepare one and how it can be used to improve the future prospects of your business.
This module covers marketing methods to make your business look like a desirable, reputable company to hire.
By understanding and using all of the appropriate human resources (HR), you can rest assured that your business is populated with the right staff and that those employees will have a safe and positive environment in which to work.
Project cost accounting is similar to bookkeeping in so much as both tasks require detailed financial records that give an overview of outgoings and profits, however project cost accounting is specifically focussed on individual projects.
Quality Control: The Business Management Quiz
Harnessing Consumer Power