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CCE-ON 101 - The Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
CCE-ON 101 28 November 2020 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 26 December 2020 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 23 January 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 20 February 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 20 March 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 17 April 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 12 June 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 10 July 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 07 August 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 04 September 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 02 October 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 07 November 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 101 05 December 2021 3 Days Online $ 1170 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Regulations are rules or directives that prescribe certain types of conduct. They can be statutory,  produced by regulatory bodies and specifying the ways in which legislation (in the form of Acts),  should be interpreted and applied, or they can be created by independent organisations to regulate  their own conduct or the conduct of their members. 

There are a great number of regulations that apply to the construction industry. 

The Building Regulations establish minimum standards to be achieved in the construction of  buildings. They are supported by a series of approved documents that provide guidance about how  the building regulations can be satisfied in common building situations, and these in turn are  supported by a wide range of reference documents such as Building regulations. 

Course Objectives

  • Giving an introduction and overview to Construction Design Management and the duties of the  Principal Designer 
  • Understanding The role of the construction client 
  • Explaining he Principal Designer’s role in supporting the client 
  • Obtaining and using pre-construction information 
  • Understanding appointment of designers and contractors 
  • Discussing he Principal Designer’s role in ensuring designers comply with their duties 
  • Exploring through case study and discussion the key health and safety risks construction  workers can face during construction and maintenance 
  • Coordinating the flow of health and safety information 
  • Discussing the role of the Principal Contractor and liaison with the Principal Designer
  • Preparing the health and safety file 

Who Should Attend?

  • Principal Designers
  • Anyone who wants to understand the duties of a Principal Designe

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Introduction to Construction Design Management and interpretation of; 
  • Scope, Application and Terminology  
  • Codes of Practice  
  • Industry Guidance  

Day 2

  • Clients Duties and Responsibilities  
  • Planning, managing, and coordinating  between the five duty holders: Client, Principal Designer, Designer, Principal  Contractor, Contractor 

Day 3

  • Overview of the general health and safety requirements for all construction sites
  • Key documentation: Notification, Pre-construction information, Construction phase plan, Health and  safety file   
  • The Assessment