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TRAINING COURSES (SYDNEY & REGIONS) 2018: Construction Industry

 

SUMMARY - COURSE LIST:

  • CONFLICT RESOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (CRCS)
  • ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (ADRCS)
  • GC21 COOPERATIVE BASED CONTRACTING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (GC21CS)
  • PROJECT START-UP WORKSHOPS & EVALUATION HEALTH-TRACKING MEETINGS (PWMCS)
  • GOVERNMENT ACCREDITATION-PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (GAPCS)
  • TENDERING TO WIN GOVERNMENT WORK FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (TENCS)

 

Unique features:

  • Construction specific: construction sector focus, context, relevance
  • Trainer experience: 20+ Years Government Construction Sector experience
  • Training scalability: flexibility to cater for large, small or individual group size delivery
  • Training delivery: Public external courses or In-house business office; Metropolitan or Regional, NSW or Interstate

  

 

 

PUBLIC Training Courses:

Bookings: Please see Online booking links ( 'BUY TICKET' ) below - end of this page

  • TBA 2019 - Conflict Resolution for the Construction Sector (CRCS)
  • TBA 2019 - Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Construction Sector (ADRCS)  
  • Monday 19 November 2018 -  GC21 Cooperative based Contracting for the Construction Sector (GC21CS)
  • Monday 10 December 2018 -  GC21 Cooperative based Contracting for the Construction Sector (GC21CS)

 

PRIVATE Training courses:

  • In-House - at your business office
  • Sydney-CBD, Greater Sydney, Regional NSW, Other as required
  • Available for all courses: CRCS, ADRCS, GC21CS, PWMCS, GAPCS, TENCS
  • Please enquire (refer CONTACT PAGE on this web site) 

 

 

PUBLIC Training Courses:

 

CONFLICT RESOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (CRCS)

Thursday 11 October 2018, Sydney CBD 

9am - 5pm 

 

Enhance your Client & Stakeholder relationships; workplace culture; prequalification amenability; business potential by resolving conflict early to create a more productive and progressive business environment. Explore effective approaches to improve the management of Construction Contracts including GC21 Cooperative based Contracting, Traditional Contracts and Collaborative Contracting.

 

Behaviour Change * Scenarios * Examples * Process  - CONSTRUCTION SECTOR SPECIFIC

  • Develop an understanding of conflict related theory, definitions and terminology
  • Build an awareness of the relationship of conflict resolution to a broader conflict management framework
  • Understand and experience techniques, skills and methods supporting conflict resolution
  • Explore the potential and limitations of behavioural style assessment with relevance to conflict resolution
  • Examine the significance of emotions, empathy, communications and negotiation in a workplace context
  • Practice structured informative support techniques for conflict avoidance and resolution
  • Explore extended methods and techniques in resolving conflict
  • Case studies, Examples, Scenarios for the Construction Sector
  • Conflict Resolution under the GC21 Construction Contract - Opportunities, Options, Insights
  • Know how to access related resources, tools and references for further learning and development
  • Certificate of attendance forwarded as PDF by email following attendance, participation and completion of training
  • CPD points towards NSW Fair Trading Builders License requirements

For full details or to make a booking, please click on the BUY TICKETS button below:

 

 

Thursday 11 October 2018

 

Eventbrite - CONFLICT RESOLUTION for the Construction Sector - 11 October 2018

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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (ADRCS)

Friday 19 October 2018, Sydney CBD 

9am - 5pm 

 

Significantly enhance your approach to resolving disputes. Create possibilities for superior Client & Stakeholder relationships; workplace culture; prequalification amenability; business potential. Resolve disputes amiably by avoiding unnecessary litigation and adversarial settlement. Create a more productive and progressive business environment. Explore a diverse range of ADR modalities which prevent, avoid or moderate disputes while retaining both relationships and control over your decision making and business destiny. 

 

 

 

 

Case studies * Scenarios * Examples * Process  - CONSTRUCTION SECTOR SPECIFIC

  • Appreciate the rationale behind Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Investigate the relationship of ADR to a broader conflict management framework
  • Comprehend foundational dispute relevant theory and application
  • Understand a range of ADR modalities including graduation paradigms and escalation models
  • Appreciate the advantages and challenges of ADR across intervention strategies and options
  • Understand the background, relevance and positioning of ADR from a Relational based contracting perspective including the NSW Government, General Conditions of contract GC21
  • Explore techniques, skills supporting ADR
  • Investigate potential behavioural issues related to ADR
  • Case studies, Examples, Scenarios for the Construction Sector
  • Understand contemporary popularity across ADR modalities
  • Acquire an integrated theory and application perspective to enhance sustainable business outcomes
  • Know how to access related expertise, resources, tools and references for further learning, development and resolution support
  • Certificate of attendance forwarded as PDF by email following attendance, participation and completion of training
  • CPD points towards NSW Fair Trading Builders License requirements

For full details or to make a booking, please click on the BUY TICKETS button below:

 

Friday 19 October 2018

 

Eventbrite - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the Construction Sector - 19 October 2018

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GC21 COOPERATIVE BASED CONTRACTING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (GC21CS)

 

Monday 27 August 2018 Sydney CBD  (additional dates may be or become available - please see below) 

9am - 5pm  

 

Enhance your professional knowledge and skills in Construction Management, Project Management, Construction Supervision and Contractual skills diversity with Cooperative based Contracting under the GC21 General Conditions of Contract. Improve eligibility and access to construction contracts valued over $1m through open and selective tendering with NSW Government, ACT and other States.

  • Appreciate both Government and Contractor perspectives on Contract Management: precautions, contingencies, strategies, opportunities
  • Rationale behind Cooperative based Contracting
  • Origins and history of GC21 including contemporary implications
  • Structure of the contract and associated material
  • Strategies for comprehension of complex contracts
  • Obligations and commitments
  • Responsibilities and stakeholders roles
  • Contract Framework
  • Works life cycle from a Contract management perspective 
  • Design, Construction, Conclusion
  • Time management, Variations, Payment & Claims
  • Standard of work, Defect Free completion
  • Communications and Issue management: workshops, meetings, Expert Determination
  • Case studies, Examples, Scenarios, Process walk-throughs
  • Review and development
  • Certificate of attendance forwarded as PDF by email following attendance, participation and completion of training
  • CPD points towards NSW Fair Trading Builders License requirements

For full details or to make a booking, please click on the BUY TICKETS button below:

 

  

 

 

 

Monday 19 November 2018 Sydney CBD

  

Eventbrite - GC21 COOPERATIVE BASED CONTRACTING for the Construction Sector - 19 November 2018

 

 

Monday 10 December 2018 Sydney CBD

 

Eventbrite - GC21 COOPERATIVE BASED CONTRACTING for the Construction Sector - 10 December 2018

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 PROJECT START-UP WORKSHOPS & EVALUATION HEALTH-TRACKING MEETINGS (PWMCS)

 

Assure optimal opportunities for successful project planning, progress and outcomes by embedding effective communication structures and processes across multi-stakeholder disciplines in key phases of the construction project life-cycle.

 

  • Business and Project Relationship: Continuous Development
  • Project Start-up workshops, Kick-off Meetings
  • Project review, monitoring, evaluation, tracking and 'health' assessment meetings
  • Project Review Boards & Teams: Facilitation, Chair and Member roles
  • Direct and indirect roles: multi-stakeholder involvement
  • Proven structures, guides and templates to support planning, review and performance assessment
  • Mechanisms for enhancing 'buy-in'/participation of reluctant (and essential) parties
  • Collaborative methods, tools and techniques to ensure superior communications
  • Communication Framework Development: Evaluation & Stakeholder Management
  • Identification of Issues, Concerns, Risks, Constraints
  • Effective problem solving for optimal solution / pathway identification
  • Innovation delivery
  • Performance Management essentials & the Contract: Project & Team requirements
  • Integration across multiple contract forms including GC21 Cooperative based contracting, Traditional contracting, Collaborative & Relationship based contracting
  • Government GC21: Start Up Workshops, Evaluation & Monitoring Meetings
  • Documentation & Reporting: Obligations and pathways
  • Strategies, References, Tools & Techniques

Currently only available as Private In-house Training/Consultation

 

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GOVERNMENT ACCREDITATION-PREQUALIFICATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (GAPCS)

 

Enhance potential / access to:  business opportunities, work volume, work value, client base

  • Schemes, Systems, Arrangements
  • Contractor Prequalification over $1m; Best Practice Accreditation; Financial Level Upgrade; National Prequalification
  • Criteria: Definition, Evidence requirements, 'Language', Consistency, Relevance, Interpretation
  • Process: Structure, compilation, verification, submission, response
  • 'Culture', Assessment / Interpretation factors, Adjustment
  • Assessment: Expectations, pre-assessment review, conformance/non-conformance
  • Advice, assistance, support
  • Success: Review, pre-assessment, likelihood, Gap, Gap-closure

Currently only available as Private In-house Training/Consultation

 

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TENDERING TO WIN GOVERNMENT WORK FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (TENCS)

 

Creating a compelling tender response to win work on Government Construction projects

  • Selective Tendering, Open Tendering, Expressions of Interest, ECI/ETI
  • Tenderer communications: accept/decline; failure to tender; tendering competitiveness, non-conforming tenders
  • Tendering & Prequalification essentials
  • Price & Non-price criteria
  • Typical Non-price criteria: examples, scenarios, intention 
  • Non-price criteria - Strategy and response to Government 'language', terminology, expectations
  • Understanding the Government Evaluation process and implications to sucess
  • Ethical factors and Codes of Conduct
  • Performance history implications
  • Certified Management Systems
  • Aboriginal Tenderer's - opportunities to grow the business
  • Aboriginal Participation in Construction
  • RFI, Agency Feedback process
  • Understanding Government thinking, attitude, culture, history and influence on the tendering process
  • Winning Repeat Business with Government

Currently only available as Private In-house Training/Consultation

 

QUESTIONS, ENQUIRIES, DISCUSSION ARE WELCOME - first contact may be made through the CONTACT PAGE on this web site