HomeEvents & CoursesCDM 2015 for Wind Power - Manchester, May
       
Location Manchester
Date 17th May, 2018
Time From: 08:30 AM
To: 05:00 PM
Downloads CDM 2015 Application to Project Management
 
       
Overview
This programme is designed to help wind farm development and construction professionals apply Construction, Design and Management (CDM) principles to increase project governance and assurance at various stages of a wind farm project. This programme helps professionals understand the benefits of integrating CDM principles into the project design from the outset, clarifying duty holder roles and responsibilities thereby achieving compliance and delivering projects on time and on budget.

The programme is designed specifically for the wind energy sector and incorporates examples of supply change arrangements that are practised across the industry.

Programme objectives
The objectives of the programme is to provide delegates with full appreciation of their CDM roles and responsibilities across various stages of the wind farm construction project including:
  • Work scope and specification
  • Tender preparation
  • Commercial strategy
  • Project management and planning
  • Project initiation
  • Bid evaluation and selection
  • Project execution
  • Project monitoring
  • Review
Recommended Audience
The course is designed for Executives with roles and responsibilities for onshore or offshore wind farm project, including:
  • Project Directors
  • Project Managers
  • Designers and Planners
  • Principal Contractors
  • Procurement Management
  • Commercial Management
Costs
£370 (including VAT and administration fees)
Course Content
  • Leveraging procurement strategies and contract selection to drive CDM performance
  • The relationship between specification writing, project management and the world class safety performance
  • The 4 C’s and information management
  • Work scope and specification
  • Tender preparation and commercial strategy
  • Project management, planning and initiation
  • Bid evaluation and selection
  • Project execution, monitoring and review
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Overview
This programme is designed to help wind farm development and construction professionals apply Construction, Design and Management (CDM) principles to increase project governance and assurance at various stages of a wind farm project. This programme helps professionals understand the benefits of integrating CDM principles into the project design from the outset, clarifying duty holder roles and responsibilities thereby achieving compliance and delivering projects on time and on budget.

The programme is designed specifically for the wind energy sector and incorporates examples of supply change arrangements that are practised across the industry.

Programme objectives
The objectives of the programme is to provide delegates with full appreciation of their CDM roles and responsibilities across various stages of the wind farm construction project including:
  • Work scope and specification
  • Tender preparation
  • Commercial strategy
  • Project management and planning
  • Project initiation
  • Bid evaluation and selection
  • Project execution
  • Project monitoring
  • Review
Recommended Audience
The course is designed for Executives with roles and responsibilities for onshore or offshore wind farm project, including:
  • Project Directors
  • Project Managers
  • Designers and Planners
  • Principal Contractors
  • Procurement Management
  • Commercial Management
Costs
£370 (including VAT and administration fees)
Course Content
  • Leveraging procurement strategies and contract selection to drive CDM performance
  • The relationship between specification writing, project management and the world class safety performance
  • The 4 C’s and information management
  • Work scope and specification
  • Tender preparation and commercial strategy
  • Project management, planning and initiation
  • Bid evaluation and selection
  • Project execution, monitoring and review
Your ROI
 
Feedback
 
Multimedia
 
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