Course

Certificate Course From Assembler to Construction Site ManagerNew

For Plant Construction and Turn Key Projects

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Construction site managers are responsible for ensuring that the processes on a construction site work properly. This requires not only specialist knowledge but also distinctive social competence. Unprofessionally managed construction sites can ruin the financial success of the entire project. Many assemblers and construction foremen have acquired individual elements of site management in practice. Those who wish to systematically deepen their knowledge of professional site management can benefit from this course.

Agenda

Tasks and onsite obstacles

The project – what you need to know about it on-site:

  • What are our contractual duties and what is expected of the client?
  • How are the parties organized?
  • Who makes which decisions?
  • Typical problems in construction site management
  • What is relevant for „turn-key assembly“, what are the pitfalls of „supervised assembly“?
  • Disruptions in the construction process – what to do?

The construction site as a production operation

Construction operations – organizing smooth collaboration on-site:

  • Do we only take care of the assembly of our own deliveries or are we also responsible for „local content“?
  • What is important at the kick-off meeting and the team meetings, what do we definitely need to document?
  • Are we in line with scheduling and quality?
  • Who takes care of safety on the construction site and during start-up operations?

The site manager as boss

Motivated teams – the key to success:

  • How do I create an excited team out of good individual players?
  • What are the critical signs of „true“ problems?
  • What to do in case of friction? Conflict management on the construction site

The site manager as company representative

Quality is important – but a successful project also includes adherence to schedules, cost consciousness and customer satisfation:

  • Customer satisfaction – how to achieve it?
  • Controlling and checking subcontractors – what really matters?
  • Avoiding cost complications: the proper approach to obstructions, deficiencies and additional client demands

Philosophy and methods

The number of participants is limited to a didactically appropriate size to ensure a trusting training environment and the ability to personally involve every participant. Knowledge is gained through practical exercises and with active participation by all. The course consists of at least 75% interactive elements such as discussions, group exercise tasks and role plays. The participants receive qualified feedback from their peers and the trainer.


How do you benefit from this course?

You will receive the necessary technical and methodological knowledge to work successfully as a construction site manager. The course also trains your social skills in dealing with customers, employees and subcontractors.


Participants

Assemblers, senior assemblers, supervisors, junior site manager, construction foremen, assembly supervisors, group and department managers, as well as project managers

Course Management

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Ralf von Breitenbach

Management Consultant, Certified Senior Project Manager (GPM-IPMA) and lecturer at the EBS Business School. He supports companies in the handling of technical projects and in the optimization of project organizations. Previously, he held management positions at HOCHTIEF and Boehringer Ingelheim.

Event details

Dates for this event are currently being planned. We will gladly send you further information as soon as available.

Do you have questions?

Gorana Delija-Cavlovic

+49 69 6603 1334

mbi@vdma.org

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