CIOB – Project Planning, Control, Monitoring and Risk for Construction

Start date: 18 May 2021

Duration: 4 days, 18, 20, 25 and 27 May 2021. 9.30am - 1pm

Location: Virtual

Certificate: CIOB Certificate in Construction Site Management *

Cost: Skillnet Members: €350. Non Members €375

Programme overview

To book this or any course, or for further information, please contact Liz Carroll at cpskillnet@cif.ie.

This is one module of three required to complete the CIOB’s Certificate in Construction Site Management

Learn how to:
• Evaluate the primary information requirements used for project planning.
• Be able to produce a method statement and programme for the works.
• Apply the essential principles required to progress and monitor the construction works.
• Use appropriate digital applications.
• Communicate ideas in a written and visual form.
• Solve defined problems and evaluate the solutions.
• Use numerical techniques to process and evaluate data.


18 May 2021. Session 1. 9.30am -11am & 11.30am – 1pm
20 May 2021. Session 2. 9.30am -11am & 11.30am – 1pm
25 May 2021. Session 3. 9.30am -11am & 11.30am – 1pm
27 Dec 2021. Session 4. 9.30am -11am & 11.30am – 1pm
Plus one to one sessions.

Further information on the CIOB Certificate/Diploma in Construction Site Management:
The CIOB Certificate in Construction Site Management is designed for supervisors and assistant site managers working in the construction sector who are progressing into a construction site manager role. This qualification develops the learner’s knowledge and skills to plan and programme projects, liaise with stakeholders and oversee small to medium construction projects safely and efficiently. To achieve the Certificate learners must successfully complete three modules including the MSIC from CIF. Learners should be qualified tradesmen with at least two years’ supervisory experience.
The CIOB Diploma in Construction Site Management is designed for construction site managers working in the construction sector who are progressing into managing larger and more complex construction projects. This qualification develops the learner’s knowledge and skills to plan and programme projects, liaise with stakeholders and oversee large or complex construction projects safely and efficiently. To achieve the Diploma learners must successfully complete all 9 modules. Learners should be qualified tradesmen with at least two years’ supervisory experience.

Full List of Modules
• Contractual and Legal Responsibilities
• Managing the Quality of Construction Works
• CIF’s Managing Safely in Construction
• Project Planning, Control, Monitoring and Risk for Construction
• Managing People in a Professional Construction Context
• Organisation of the Construction Site
• Construction Project Resourcing and Cost Management
• Managing the Technology of Modern and Traditional Construction Works
• Managing Sustainable Construction


For full details contact Liz at 087 9323749 or cpskillnet@cif.ie.