New Construction Courses for Engineers! – Dates and Locations

CIHT Construction Courses for Engineers

Are you interested in CIHT accredited courses? Well look no further! We have many courses which can be accredited by CIHT. These courses are suited to anyone in the construction industry or engineers!

Construction Courses Location: Cardiff (5-7 Museum Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BD)

Course NameDate of TrainingDate of TrainingDate of TrainingCostDescription
CDM 2015 Awareness (0.5 day)04/03/202006/05/202008/07/2020£95 + VATThis CDM 2015 Awareness training cover the CDM Regulations 2015 which put a series of duties on Principal Contractor, Principal Designer and Client involved in construction. This module is designed to provide professionals or interested parties involved in managing or procuring Construction with the broad knowledge required to work within the legislation and relate to other professionals with a greater level of understanding in the implementation.
CDM 2015 for Designers11/03/202013/05/202015/07/2020£175 + VATThe CDM Regulations 2015 put a series of duties on contractors, designers and clients involved in construction. This module is designed to update professionals who have been working with the earlier version of the CDM regulations (CDM 1998) or had some experience of the current regulations but wish to have a more detailed understanding. The course follows the same basic structure as our CDM Awareness course but provides more practical detail particularly for designers and clients or those procuring the services of construction professionals.
Asbestos Awareness (0.5 day)18/03/202020/05/202022/07/2020£75 + VATRegulation 10 of the CAWR 2006 (Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006) places a duty to ensure asbestos awareness training is given to employees whose work could foreseeable expose them to asbestos. In particular, it should be given to demolition workers and those workers in the refurbishment, maintenance and allied trades where it is foreseeable that there work will disturb the fabric of the building because ACMs (Asbestos Containing Materials) may become exposed during their work.
Working at Heights (0.5 day)01/04/202027/05/202029/07/2020£75 + VATOur working at height course has been created to encourage those who work at heights to do so safely. Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace major injuries and fatalities, this is due to the lack of knowledge around working safely at height. Common causes are falls from ladders and through fragile roofs. Working at height means working in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. This course will teach you how to work at height safely and how you can ensure your colleagues are also working safely to avoid possible injuries.
Using Electrical Tools (0.5 day)03/03/202005/05/202007/07/2020£75 + VATThis course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs.
 
Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently.

Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
This course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs. Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently. Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
Project Management – Made Simple10/03/202012/05/202014/07/2020£199 + VATThis course is designed for anyone working in a project team, and also for engineers who see an increasing management component in their work. The course will equip you with general project management skills to help you to deal with problems that can occur in any field of work
Project Financial Management and Control17/03/202019/05/202021/07/2020£225 + VATThis course looks at financial management and control at project level and helps delegates to understand how to maximise project profitability. At the end of the course, delegates will have an improved commercial awareness, having developed a clear understanding of profit, cash flow, and working capital. Delegates will learn how to introduce financial control and maximise project profit by avoiding common pitfalls, and improving cash flow
Bid Writing & Winning Tenders24/03/202026/05/202028/07/2020£199 + VATRegardless of the sector, Bid Writing requires skills and knowledge specific to this subject. Our beginner bid writing course will give you the fundamentals to Bid Writing. Whereas our advanced course will allow you to go further and give you a global understanding on bidding for European and International Contracts or opportunities. This will cover PQQ, e-tendering and open tendering.
Presentation Skills for Engineers05/03/202007/05/202002/07/2020£150 + VATExcellent and professional presentation skills are an essential tool for modern business. You reflect yourself, your team and your business when you deliver a message, however short or seemingly unimportant. Too many presentation skills courses focus on encouraging people to bolt onto themselves a veneer of uncomfortable skills, visual aids and plastic confidence. Not All About You! – We focus our course on braving the natural fear of presentations, playing to your real strengths, listening to your imagination, removing the ego from the training room and using your key tools … your audience and your ingenuity.
Institute of Leadership & Management –  Level 3 Award in Construction and the Built Environment Sector12/03/202014/05/202009/07/2020£1,500 + VATThis qualification has been specifically created for managers within the construction and built environment sectors. You will learn about management techniques that can be used in any environment and also techniques specific to the construction industry. This course comes in 2 levels, that being Award and Certificate. The course will cover the following modules depending on which level you attend:Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector; Delivery of Site Operations and Logistics; Understanding Commercial Awareness; Handling Difficult Situations; Achieving Performance Through People.
An introduction to Road Safety Audit19/03/202021/05/202016/07/2020£199 + VATThe course is designed to inform and train transport professionals in the requirements, methods and procedures required in undertaking road accident analysis and Road Safety Audits in line with the current Road Safety Engineering practices and DMRB standard HD 19/03.
Risk Assessment Training for Engineers26/03/202028/05/202023/07/2020£175 + VATThis Risk Assessment training has been designed as an introduction to help staff to understand and learn about how to comply with the law and to carry out a Risk Assessment in the UK. The course covers outlines legal responsibilities, including how to undertake risk assessment.

Construction Courses Location: Birmingham (Maple House, Birmingham, B4 6TB)

Course NameDate of TrainingDate of TrainingDate of TrainingCostDescription
CDM 2015 Awareness08/04/202003/06/202005/08/2020£175 + VATThis CDM 2015 Awareness training cover the CDM Regulations 2015 which put a series of duties on the Principal Contractor, Principal Designer and client involved in construction. This module is designed to provide professionals or interested parties involved in managing or procuring Construction with the broad knowledge required to work within the legislation and relate to other professionals with a greater level of understanding in the implementation.
CDM 2015 for Designers15/04/202010/06/202012/08/2020£175 + VATThe CDM Regulations 2015 put a series of duties on contractors, designers and clients involved in construction. This module is designed to update professionals who have been working with the earlier version of the CDM regulations (CDM 1998) or had some experience of the current regulations but wish to have a more detailed understanding. The course follows the same basic structure as our CDM Awareness course but provides more practical detail particularly for designers and clients or those procuring the services of construction professionals.
Asbestos Awareness (0.5 day)22/04/202017/06/202020/08/2020£75 + VATRegulation 10 of the CAWR 2006 (Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006) places a duty to ensure asbestos awareness training is given to employees whose work could foreseeable expose them to asbestos. In particular, it should be given to demolition workers and those workers in the refurbishment, maintenance and allied trades where it is foreseeable that there work will disturb the fabric of the building because ACMs (Asbestos Containing Materials) may become exposed during their work.
Working at Heights (0.5 day)29/04/202024/06/202026/08/2020£75 + VATOur working at height course has been created to encourage those who work at heights to do so safely. Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace major injuries and fatalities, this is due to the lack of knowledge around working safely at height. Common causes are falls from ladders and through fragile roofs. Working at height means working in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. This course will teach you how to work at height safely and how you can ensure your colleagues are also working safely to avoid possible injuries.
Using Electrical Tools (0.5 day)07/04/202002/06/202004/08/2020£100 + VATThis course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs.
 
Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently.

Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
This course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs. Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently. Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
Project Management – Made Simple14/04/202009/06/202011/08/2020£199 + VATThis course is designed for anyone working in a project team, and also for engineers who see an increasing management component in their work. The course will equip you with general project management skills to help you to deal with problems that can occur in any field of work
Project Financial Management and Control21/04/202016/06/202018/08/2020£225 + VATThis course looks at financial management and control at project level and helps delegates to understand how to maximise project profitability. At the end of the course, delegates will have an improved commercial awareness, having developed a clear understanding of profit, cash flow, and working capital. Delegates will learn how to introduce financial control and maximise project profit by avoiding common pitfalls, and improving cash flow
Bid Writing & Winning Tenders28/04/202023/06/202025/08/2020£199 + VATRegardless of the sector, Bid Writing requires skills and knowledge specific to this subject. Our beginner bid writing course will give you the fundamentals to Bid Writing. Whereas our advanced course will allow you to go further and give you a global understanding on bidding for European and International Contracts or opportunities. This will cover PQQ, e-tendering and open tendering.
Presentation Skills for Engineers02/04/202004/06/202006/08/2020£150 + VATExcellent and professional presentation skills are an essential tool for modern business. You reflect yourself, your team and your business when you deliver a message, however short or seemingly unimportant. Too many presentation skills courses focus on encouraging people to bolt onto themselves a veneer of uncomfortable skills, visual aids and plastic confidence. Not All About You! – We focus our course on braving the natural fear of presentations, playing to your real strengths, listening to your imagination, removing the ego from the training room and using your key tools … your audience and your ingenuity.
Institute of Leadership & Management –  Level 3 Award in Construction and the Built Environment Sector09/04/202011/06/202013/08/2020£1,500 + VATThis qualification has been specifically created for managers within the construction and built environment sectors. You will learn about management techniques that can be used in any environment and also techniques specific to the construction industry. This course comes in 2 levels, that being Award and Certificate. The course will cover the following modules depending on which level you attend:Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector; Delivery of Site Operations and Logistics; Understanding Commercial Awareness; Handling Difficult Situations; Achieving Performance Through People.
An introduction to Road Safety Audit16/04/202018/06/202020/08/2020£199 + VATThe course is designed to inform and train transport professionals in the requirements, methods and procedures required in undertaking road accident analysis and Road Safety Audits in line with the current Road Safety Engineering practices and DMRB standard HD 19/03.
Risk Assessment Training in Construction23/04/202025/06/202027/08/2020£175 + VATThis Risk Assessment training has been designed as an introduction to help staff to understand and learn about how to comply with the law and to carry out a Risk Assessment in the UK. The course covers outlines legal responsibilities, including how to undertake risk assessment.

Construction Courses Location: London (CIHT headquaters, London, N1 7JE)

Course NameDate of TrainingDate of TrainingCostDescription
CDM 2015 Awareness08/05/202007/09/2020£199 + VATThis CDM 2015 Awareness training cover the CDM Regulations 2015 which put a series of duties on contractors’ designers and clients involved in construction. This module is designed to provide professionals or interested parties involved in managing or procuring Construction with the broad knowledge required to work within the legislation and relate to other professionals with a greater level of understanding in the implementation.
CDM 2015 for Designers15/05/202014/09/2020£199 + VATThe CDM Regulations 2015 put a series of duties on contractors, designers and clients involved in construction. This module is designed to update professionals who have been working with the earlier version of the CDM regulations (CDM 1998) or had some experience of the current regulations but wish to have a more detailed understanding. The course follows the same basic structure as our CDM Awareness course but provides more practical detail particularly for designers and clients or those procuring the services of construction professionals.
Asbestos Awareness (0.5 day)22/05/202021/09/2020£95 + VATRegulation 10 of the CAWR 2006 (Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006) places a duty to ensure asbestos awareness training is given to employees whose work could foreseeable expose them to asbestos. In particular, it should be given to demolition workers and those workers in the refurbishment, maintenance and allied trades where it is foreseeable that there work will disturb the fabric of the building because ACMs (Asbestos Containing Materials) may become exposed during their work.
Working at Heights (0.5 day)29/05/202028/09/2020£95 + VATOur working at height course has been created to encourage those who work at heights to do so safely. Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace major injuries and fatalities, this is due to the lack of knowledge around working safely at height. Common causes are falls from ladders and through fragile roofs. Working at height means working in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. This course will teach you how to work at height safely and how you can ensure your colleagues are also working safely to avoid possible injuries.
Using Electrical Tools (0.5 day)01/06/202004/09/2020£95 + VATThis course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs.
 
Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently.

Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
This course has been designed as an introduction to the 9 basic electrical tools that every electrician needs. Electrical tools are used by professional contractors/electricians, who wish to install or fix wires and electrical fixtures. Having the right tool for the job allows the electrician to work safely and efficiently. Basic tools are a good investment especially for electricians as they are designed to protect against electric shock.  The basic tool kit includes safety tools, diagnostic tools, and functional tools. Other safety tools include lighting, ladders, and protective gear.
Project Management – Made Simple08/06/202011/09/2020£199 + VATThis course is designed for anyone working in a project team, and also for engineers who see an increasing management component in their work. The course will equip you with general project management skills to help you to deal with problems that can occur in any field of work
Project Financial Management and Control15/06/202018/09/2020£225 + VATThis course looks at financial management and control at project level and helps delegates to understand how to maximise project profitability. At the end of the course, delegates will have an improved commercial awareness, having developed a clear understanding of profit, cash flow, and working capital. Delegates will learn how to introduce financial control and maximise project profit by avoiding common pitfalls, and improving cash flow
Bid Writing & Winning Tender22/06/202025/09/2020£199 + VATRegardless of the sector, Bid Writing requires skills and knowledge specific to this subject. Our beginner bid writing course will give you the fundamentals to Bid Writing. Whereas our advanced course will allow you to go further and give you a global understanding on bidding for European and International Contracts or opportunities. This will cover PQQ, e-tendering and open tendering.
Presentation Skills for Engineers04/05/202005/10/2020£199 + VATExcellent and professional presentation skills are an essential tool for modern business. You reflect yourself, your team and your business when you deliver a message, however short or seemingly unimportant. Too many presentation skills courses focus on encouraging people to bolt onto themselves a veneer of uncomfortable skills, visual aids and plastic confidence. Not All About You! – We focus our course on braving the natural fear of presentations, playing to your real strengths, listening to your imagination, removing the ego from the training room and using your key tools … your audience and your ingenuity.
Institute of Leadership & Management –  Level 3 Award in Construction and the Built Environment Sector11/05/202012/10/2020£1,500 + VATThis qualification has been specifically created for managers within the construction and built environment sectors. You will learn about management techniques that can be used in any environment and also techniques specific to the construction industry. This course comes in 2 levels, that being Award and Certificate. The course will cover the following modules depending on which level you attend:Leadership and Management Practice for the Construction and Built Environment Sector; Delivery of Site Operations and Logistics; Understanding Commercial Awareness; Handling Difficult Situations; Achieving Performance Through People.
Introduction to Road Safety Audit18/05/202019/10/2020£199 + VATThe course is designed to inform and train transport professionals in the requirements, methods and procedures required in undertaking road accident analysis and Road Safety Audits in line with the current Road Safety Engineering practices and DMRB standard HD 19/03.
Risk Assessment Training in Constrution25/05/202026/10/2020£199 + VATThis Risk Assessment training has been designed as an introduction to help staff to understand and learn about how to comply with the law and to carry out a Risk Assessment in the UK. The course covers outlines legal responsibilities, including how to undertake risk assessment.

Other General Information

The construction courses above are 1 day or more courses. They run from 09:30AM to 16:30PM. We provide everything during the training days, from lunch and refreshments to training material and note paper!

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