CDM (Construction Design & Management) Regulations

In Huntingdon

£ 225 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Huntingdon

  • Class hours

    6h

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description

A one-day course designed to cover the main points arising from the April 2007 Construction (Design & Management) Regulations and to provide a forum for discussion. Ideal for clients about to undertake Constructions projects.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire )
See map
Old Houghton Road, Hartford, PE29 1YB

Starts

On request

To take into account

A one-day course designed to cover the main points arising from the proposed April 2015 Construction (Design & Management) Regulations and to provide a forum for discussion.

This course is suitable for Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Safety Advisors, Clients, Engineers, Architects and other professionals.

No previous qualifications are necessary for this course. If you would like further advice on this or any other course call or email WATA’s Customer Service Team and let us point you in the right direction.

WATA regularly exceeds national average pass rates producing award winning delegates. Attention to quality and innovation and substantial growth and development has recently earned WATA the Huntingdonshire Business Development Award 2014.

There is no formal enrolment process for this course, for further information please contact the WATA customer service team.

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Subjects

  • Regulations
  • Construction
  • Construction Training
  • Management
  • Design
  • IT Management
  • Construction Management
  • Construction Design
  • Overview of Legal duties to clients
  • Health & Safety

Teachers and trainers (1)

WATA Trainers

WATA Trainers

Training

Course programme

What does the course cover?

  • The need for new regulations – combination of CDM 1994 and Construction Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1996
  • Background to the new regulations
  • Construction Design & Management Regulations:

– Definitions

– Duties

– Implications

– Practical Guidance


Future Training Needs

CDM (Construction Design & Management) Regulations

£ 225 + VAT