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A1 Construction Supervisor Certificate - building, management, supervision, training course, courses, sites, health and safety

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Griffin College
Fee: On request
Duration: 1 day
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Course Locations: Cork City, Dublin City Centre, Galway City, Kilkenny, Limerick, Belfast City, Londonderry

Course Details

Construction Supervisor Skills Training Course
The construction supervisor plays a key role in the organisation as the bridge between upper management and staff. This course covers key aspects of construction supervisory management and will discuss relevant management issues such as organisation skills, people management, effective communication, team development, motivation, and basic disciplinary skills. It also considers important Health and Safety aspects in construction management. On completion participants will be equipped to manage small construction teams, set goals, promote productivity, and maintain discipline.

Course Content
* Key aspects of Health and Safety in construction
* The Role of the Supervisor
* The Supervisor as Mini-manager
* Basic Concepts of Management
* Understanding the organisation’s Vision
* Setting Goals and Objectives
* Developing Vision Progress Steps
* Managing Goals and Objectives
* The Supervisor as Organiser
* Time Management Skills
* Delegation Skills
* Effective Communication Skills
* People Management Skills
* Developing Productive Teams
* Motivation and Motivating Staff
* Stress Management
~* Problem Solving Techniques
* Maintaining Workforce Discipline
* Basic Disciplinary Skills

This course runs over one full day.

Entry is open. You don't need any prior qulaifications to join.

Participants receive the Griffin College Certificate in Construction Supervision Skills.

External Certification is also available: You have two options:

(A) You can complete a practical written assignment on Health and Safety and receive the ILM/CityandGuilds Unit Certificate in Health and Safety. There is an additional fee for this option; or

(B) You can complete a full ILM/CityandGuilds qualification 'Award in Leadership and Managemen't related to construction, by completing one additional day where we cover "How to Manage Contracts and Contractors". You also do a practical written assignment on this unit. There is an additional fee for this option.

We have reduced fees for groups of people from the same organisation taking the course together at the same time.

Tutorial Support: We provide you with tutorial support to complete the assignments, and provide you with sample assignments from people who have successfully completed them already and gained their qualifications.

International Recognition: ILM/CityandGuilds qualifications are recognised in Ireland, the UK, the EU and internationally. For example, we have people in the UK, the Middle East and Canada who have the these ILM/CityandGuilds qualifications.

We agree the date(s) with you do this course with you on a one-to-one basis at your premises.


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