Construction Project Management Course - CPM01 - 13 and 14 May 2010 in Johannesburg

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Ithuta JV is pleased to present:

A 2-Day CPD Validated Course on Construction Project Management Course presented by Bob Andrew and Len Pretorius
Dates: 13 and 14 May 2010

Venue: The Map to the Astidian Training Centre in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

Ithuta Training Room
Unit 1, Upper Level, Production Park,
Epsom Ave, Northriding, Randburg,
South Africa

Application Form: The Course Application Form in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

This Course has been approved by the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA, formerly SAACE) for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and has been allocated 2 CPD points for renewal of professional engineer or professional engineering technologist registration in terms of the requirements of the Engineering Act (Act 46 of 2000)

Rationale
The management of construction projects requires knowledge and skills of general business management as well as an understanding of the link between the design and construction process, and how these processes are managed and controlled, usually by means of project management techniques. Construction projects normally have a specific set of objectives and constraints, such as a fixed budget and a prescribed time frame for completion. Although there are many variations, such as the type of technology being used, the nature of the organizations and the value of the project, the management of a construction project has much in common with the management of similar types of projects in other specialties or technology domains such as mining, and energy developments.

The objective of this course is to outline the principles involved in managing construction projects, against a background of conventional project management. In particular, the link between design and construction, relative to apportioning risk among the various parties, is emphasized. In this regard, the construction risk management process is defined in detail as well as the need for developing effective risk management strategies. Information technology has an important role in modern construction management and receives a significant level of attention in the course.

Who Should Attend?
• Programme and Project Managers
• Project Risk Managers
• Members of Project Teams involved in Construction Activities
• Project Construction Managers
• Construction Managers
• Construction Design and Cost Engineers
• Project Engineers and Managers involved in Construction Activities
• Process Design Engineers involved in Construction and/or Commissioning Activities
• Resident and Section Engineers involved in Construction Activities

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Managing Corrosion Risks Course - MCR01 - 15 and 16 April 2010 in Johannesburg

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Ithuta JV is pleased to present:

A 2-Day CPD Validated Course on Managing Corrosion Risks in Extreme Environments presented by Bob Andrew and Len Pretorius
Dates: 15 and 16 March 2010

Venue: The Map to the Astidian Training Centre in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

Ithuta Training Room
Unit 1, Upper Level, Production Park,
Epsom Ave, Northriding, Randburg,
South Africa

Application Form: The Course Application Form in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

This Course has been approved by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA, formerly SAACE) for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and has been allocated 2 CPD points for renewal of professional engineer or professional engineering technologist registration in terms of the requirements of the Engineering Act (Act 46 of 2000)

Rationale
Damage caused by corrosion can cause serious disruptions to many mining and industrial operations, as well as being a major cause of accidents or significant decreases in safety levels. While the theory of corrosion and most corrosion protective systems is complex, and more in the realm of specialists and academics, the reality and practicality of corrosion and protection has to be understood by all levels of operating personnel. Advances in corrosion protection technology have resulted in the availability of a wide variety of protective measures, all of which come at significant incremental costs to the operation. In many instances these protective measures do not perform as expected often on account of a poor choice of protective system, incompetent detailed specifications and poor application but often also as a result of a basic lack of understanding of the underlying causes of the specific corrosion problem, especially the role of corrosion in the context of the specific circumstances of the operation.

Risk Management, the identification, evaluation and response to risk, is a valuable technique in many areas, including finance, technology, business and project management, to counter against the uncertainty and unpredictability of the world we live in today. Of much value in risk management methodology is the ability to predict, hypothesize and postulate how certain occurrences, both positive and negative can arise and what effect they will have. As corrosion is dependent of a large number of interrelated factors, many of which cannot be analysed with accuracy, the ability to postulate how corrosion mechanisms can arise and how they can be practically mitigated is of equal importance.

The objective of this course is to approach corrosion protection from the viewpoint of risk to the operation and in this way to attempt to provide a better understanding of how corrosion risks can impact on the profitability of an operation

Workshops
• Identifying and Evaluating Practical Corrosion Risks
• Evaluation of Risks When Considering Alternative Option

Who Should Attend?
• Plant and Maintenance Managers
• Resident Engineers
• Design and Operational Engineers of all disciplines
• Project Engineers and Managers
• Process Design Engineers
• Corrosion Engineers and Technologists
• Technologists and other Professionals who want to improve their knowledge and skills of corrosion and risk management methodologies and processes

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Project Risk Management Course - PRM02 - 3 and 4 June 2010 in Johannesburg

Project Risk Management, Course Offering Send feedback »

Ithuta JV is pleased to present:

A 2-Day CPD Validated Course on Project Risk Management presented by Bob Andrew and Len Pretorius
Dates: 3 and 4 June 2010

Application Form: The Course Application Form in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

Ithuta Training Room
Unit 1, Upper Level, Production Park,
Epsom Ave, Northriding, Randburg,
South Africa

Application Form: The Course Application Form in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

This Course has been approved by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA, formerly SAACE) for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and has been allocated 2 CPD points for renewal of professional engineer or professional engineering technologist registration in terms of the requirements of the Engineering Act (Act 46 of 2000)

Rationale
The management of construction projects requires knowledge and skills of general business management as well as an understanding of the link between the design and construction process, and how these processes are managed and controlled, usually by means of project management techniques. Construction projects normally have a specific set of objectives and constraints, such as a fixed budget and a prescribed time frame for completion. Although there are many variations, such as the type of technology being used, the nature of the organizations and the value of the project, the management of a construction project has much in common with the management of similar types of projects in other specialties or technology domains such as mining, and energy developments.

The objective of this course is to outline the principles involved in managing construction projects, against a background of conventional project management. In particular, the link between design and construction, relative to apportioning risk among the various parties, is emphasized. In this regard, the construction risk management process is defined in detail as well as the need for developing effective risk management strategies. Information technology has an important role in modern construction management and receives a significant level of attention in the course.

Who Should Attend?
• Programme and Project Managers
• Project Risk Managers
• Members of Project Teams
• Design and Project Engineers
• Resident and Section Engineers
• Process Design Engineers

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Project Management Course - FPM02 - 21 and 22 May 2010 in Johannesburg

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Ithuta JV is pleased to present:

A 2-Day CPD Validated Course on Fundamentals of Project Management presented by Bob Andrew and Len Pretorius
Dates: 21 and 22 May 2010

Venue: The Map to the Astidian Training Centre in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

Ithuta Training Room
Unit 1, Upper Level, Production Park,
Epsom Ave, Northriding, Randburg,
South Africa

Application Form: The Course Application Form in jpg format can be found here or in pdf format here!

This Course has been approved by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA, formerly SAACE) for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and has been allocated 2 CPD points for renewal of professional engineer or professional engineering technologist registration in terms of the requirements of the Engineering Act (Act 46 of 2000)

Rationale
The management of construction projects requires knowledge and skills of general business management as well as an understanding of the link between the design and construction process, and how these processes are managed and controlled, usually by means of project management techniques. Construction projects normally have a specific set of objectives and constraints, such as a fixed budget and a prescribed time frame for completion. Although there are many variations, such as the type of technology being used, the nature of the organizations and the value of the project, the management of a construction project has much in common with the management of similar types of projects in other specialties or technology domains such as mining, and energy developments.

The objective of this course is to outline the principles involved in managing construction projects, against a background of conventional project management. In particular, the link between design and construction, relative to apportioning risk among the various parties, is emphasized. In this regard, the construction risk management process is defined in detail as well as the need for developing effective risk management strategies. Information technology has an important role in modern construction management and receives a significant level of attention in the course.

Who Should Attend?
• Programme and Project Managers
• Project Risk Managers
• Members of Project Teams
• Design and Project Engineers
• Resident and Section Engineers
• Process Design Engineers

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