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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Within the construction industry, occupational health and safety (OH&S) should be one of the highest priorities of all businesses, regardless of their size. To clarify, OH&S refers to the policies and regulations in place to ensure safe practice within your business.
Ensure that you have covered all of your employees with the right insurance policies and that, if the unfortunate happens, you respond with the appropriate actions to make sure any injuries are dealt with properly and the right amount of compensation is given to the injured employee.
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.