A range of tailored in-house Professional Development courses
Consult Australia offers a range of in-house Professional Development courses that can be tailored specifically to suit your firm’srequirements. In-house training encourages greater team work and builds awareness and understanding of each other’s roles in theorganisation by enabling group discussion to be based around real examples that are specific to your business environment and policies.In-house courses can also be run at a fraction of the per head cost of sending each participant to an open course and have the addedadvantage of being able to be conducted at either your premises or at an off-site location of your choosing at a time that suits you.An overview of the course available to be run in-house is included below—more information on each can be found here.
This intensive 2.5 day training seminar is aimed at those who are regularly confronted with client contracts. The course provides essentialadvice and insight on managing and controlling contractual rights and obligations. It is conducted in a small group interactive formatand has helped those with both limited and extensive experience to deal more effectively with contracts and their various terms andconditions. Tools and advice are given on how to develop fair and reasonable contractual relationships with clients.
The Superintendent’s role is a complex one. It requires a sound understanding of the law of contract, substantial engineering skills,and in particular, an understanding of the provisions of the particular project outcomes. This intensive and interactive training programteaches you how to confidently manage the various Superintendent duties, the dual roles of the Superintendent, and how to avoidcommon legal traps.
Consult Australia’s Safety in Design course is an intensive two day seminar which addresses safety issues relating to design and providespractical tools on how to eliminate hazards at the design stage. Examples from practitioners will be provided and the far-reachingimplications of recent legislative changes will be addressed as they relate to each state.
For more information about education opportunities, please contact the Consult Australia on 02 8252 6700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.