We welcome on our courses all who have experience of construction projects and wish to improve their project management skills to a professional standard. The courses are about developing competence, not just about adding to knowledge. They help you learn to think in a way that is logical, creative and focused on problem solving. They are intensive, challenging and intensely practical. 

For many years we have been the sole providers of the RIBA Certificate in Construction Project Management.  As from 1st January 2018, we shall have a new course structure.  The Advanced Professional Certificate in Construction Project Management will take you from the fundament processes of Construction Project Management through to the APM’s PPQ examinations, which mark the threshold for entry to the APM as a full member. This involves four blocks of accelerated learning, which can be taken individually or together.

The Advanced Professional Certificate in Construction Project Management

The course is structured in four learning blocks, with some distance learning, which can be taken one at a time over a period that suits you. For the first time, students who complete modules 1 and 2 can continue and be prepared for the PPQ exam covered by modules 3 and 4.   This is an opportunity for construction professionals and managers to gain professional competence and become a qualified project manager. This is an opportunity for construction professionals and managers to gain professional competence and become a qualified project manager.

Blocks 1 and 2 together cover the syllabus of the former RIBA Certificate in Construction Project Management.

On satisfactory completion of each block you will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement... more>

CDM 2015 – New Roles and Responsibilities

The course gives you an informed understanding of the roles and responsibilities that now exist under CDM 2015. It highlights the dangers and pitfalls that lurk within the legislation...more>

CDM 2015 – Principal Designer’s Skills

Advanced Design Management as the key to CDM 2015 for Principal Designers. Enhancing your way of working, and helping you to deliver better projects may not be the common reputation of CDM 2015, but it does have this potential... more>

 

I would like to thank you for the prompt detailed assessment of my coursework and also the project management course in general. It was excellent, very informative, albeit externally intense and I definitely learned a lot. Project management should be mandatory in archtectural education. I definitely apply what I have learned to my practice.

Warren Williams, architect. June 2016

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I am thoroughly enjoying using the tools to which we were introduced and am greatly helping with the structuring of projects here, even with the limited time the course allowed.
Thank you so much for your rapid appraisal of my final assignment - it means a great deal to me to have worked on this with your tuition, support and guidance.

Suzi Pendlebury, Caroe Architecture Ltd., London Feb 2016

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