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Curriculum and Programme Structure for

Employability Enhancement Programme Construction Management

  • Summary:
  • 30 Participants
  • 7 Weeks Duration
    • 2 Weeks - Classroom Training
    • 1 Week – Design Acquaintance
    • 3 Weeks – Site Acquaintance
    • 1 Week – Review and Evaluation
    • Project Work – Live Project

Certificate course in Construction and Project Management

Day

Content

Faculty / Facility used

D1

Overview of Civil Engineering and its relevance in infrastructure creation

Recapturing of important trends in Civil Engineering & its role in Human progress-Link with Human Progress, Concept of delivery

 

Introduction to Infrastructure and Public Works

Preliminary Planning for getting approval of project

 

An overview of Construction management. Site Selection,  Soil investigation, Stakeholder, regulatory aspects, Design,  approvals for construction,  Regulatory compliances, Handover and occupation

 

 Identification of projects, Public Projects, requirement of project, sanction process, primary design, types of estimates-block estimate & detailed estimate-Justification-establish the viability- Eco-socio impact- Govt Administrative approval & evolvement of project

 

This course deals with the process whereby infrastructure projects are conceived, studied, and implemented.

  • Lectures, reading assignments, and classroom discussions
  • Students will research and report on important public works projects and on special topics in infrastructure planning.
  • Safety at Site -Introduction

Design / Planning Office

 

 

 

D2 FN

Tendering and Contract Management

  • How a project evolves- policies, ad, Notice inviting tenders

Familiarization of tendering Process(Procedures to follow, time & amount concern, price of tender, period of opening, Types of tenders-Limited tender, Open Tender, quotation for small works, how to decide the type of tenders, contents of Tender Documents)

  • Understating the Tender Document familiarization & Contract Document
  • Procurement of a Contractor, Category of Contractors-A, B, C, D-, tender evaluation, Award of Contract, handing over the Site
  • Principles of contract law as applied to the construction industry and legal problems in preparing and administering construction contracts.

 

Design / Planning Office

 

 

Copy of Sample tender –Hard copy/soft copy/

 

 

D2AN

 

& D3

Introduction to Design -

–Building Materials-features-specifications, Glass, Aluminium, Steel, concrete, synthetic materials, roofing materials, etc.

Technical Data, Content, Schedule, IS Code standards, Detailed structural designs & preparation of Working Drawings, document control, checklist

Design / Planning Office

 

KITCO-

Copy model drawing/ IS code soft copy & hard copy

D4 FN

Basic Functions of PM

Project planning-topics specific to developing and coordinating large projects, including organizational structures, management functions,

Project Planning: pricing and estimating project costs, bidding and contracting, risk allocation, scheduling, the relationship between time and cost and its control, labor relations, quality management and project life-cycle activities.

PMP Faculty

 

D4 AN

Construction cost estimating(planning):

This module covers estimating and cost control from the viewpoint of contractors and construction engineers; details of estimating with an emphasis on labor, materials, equipment and overhead.

Govt Representative’s Documents at sites, site handover documents, work schedule, work quality, material quality, testing of material and acceptance by the contractor., sampling records, authority, keeping up of records, suspension for ensuring quality, formwork checking, material reconciliation, ensuring compliance with safety measures, work output, progress monitoring methods, no. of labourers, m/c, vigilance

 

D5 FN

 

Planning at Site:

This course covers planning, design, and equipment for new construction and for infrastructure rehabilitation; engineering fundamentals of earth moving; soil stabilization and compaction; foundation grouting; piles and pile driving equipment; temporary structures; dewatering systems and pumping equipment; factors affecting the selection of construction equipment; review of conventional construction equipment;

PMP Faculty

 

D5 AN

Scheduling & monitoring:

Students will be instructed in Critical Path Method (CPM) construction scheduling techniques; project resources and resource leveling, schedule updating, schedule impacts of date constraints, project time and cost trade-offs, activity duration estimating, work breakdown structures, differing scheduling requirements on different types of construction projects and an overview of construction contract scheduling specifications.

PMP Faculty

 

D6 FN

Introduction to Construction Management Documentation:

BIM

Students are introduced to MS projects, primavera and the development of building information models (BIM) and their associated databases, using state-of-the-art design and management systems.

BIM Faculty

 

D6 AN

BIM:

The purpose of this course is to enable students to use Building Information Modeling (BIM) as part of the planning and measurement of performance on construction projects. Students will learn to measure the actual performance of work and the associated cost and schedule impacts as compared to baseline values. Emphasis will also be placed on the importance of managing and tracking changes, and mitigating their impacts on construction projects.

Breakdown of activities, approved procedures to follow for materials, Work variations, analyze extra work, substituted work,  deletion of work, variations effect, regularization of variations, rate analysis-BIM Demonstration

 

 

D7 FN

Good Construction Practices, Concreting, New trends in Construction  Industry, Mechanized Construction and Optimum Density, Automation

 

D7AN

Site –

Construction Safety & First Aids

a. Introduction about PPE

b. Safety aspects to be followed by various works from excavation to working in heights, work site isolation & access Control

c. Safety aspects to be noted regarding construction equipment, tools, and tackles

d. Introduction to firefighting in an emergency situation.

e. regulatory aspects-legal provisions

f. Firefighting, Accident, First aid, Casualty dealing

 

 

D8&9

Site Familiarization Visit

Familiarisation with construction m/c & equipment

How to do Setting out

a. Initial organization of site-(details of contract, resources)

b. Planning and Scheduling –(bar chart, CPM.PERT,MS Project)

c. Preparation of bills-(M Book)

d. Controlling of Progress- (progress report/ add resources, if required..)

e. Controlling of Cost- economical usage of materials

f. Controlling of Quality control

g. Introduction to Construction

h. Introduction to tools and tackles

i. Introduction to Construction Equipment

j. Introduction to various work items (Foundation to Finishing)

k. Landscaping and Irrigation

l. Roads & Parameters

m. Aesthetics

n. Co-ordination with other disciplines. (MEP)

 

D10

Surveying (2 Hrs Class)+ Practical

  1. Introduction to Total Stations- auto level & other instruments – Calibration
  2. Surveying – Basic and practical application
  3. Contour Map                                         

 

D11

Soil Investigation (2 Hrs)+ Practical

Types of Soil,  Nature, Behaviour, Soil Test

Familiarization with soil investigation report – Brief Introduction of Soil Investigation – Tools, Instruments etc

 

D12  &13

Basics Of Design

Considerations, Codes,

Familiarization with typical designs

  1. Foundations-Types  and behavior – Load transfer
  2. Superstructure works

- Load bearing/framed

            - One way/two way slab

            - Double and single reinforcement beams

      c.   Concepts of Beam, Slab and Column

      d.   Bridges/Culverts

      e.    Truss –Parts of truss – Welding

      f.    Mix design and quality test

     g.   IS codes

     h.   Plumbing/sanitary/drainage

     i.   Green Building Concept

Design / Planning Office

 

Hard copy/ soft copy of IS code

 

D14& 15

Quantity Survey/ Estimation & Costing

  1. Preparation of estimate and BOQ- (Contractor’s data and Estimate from the part of govt. representative) site handover of documents, work schedule,  work quality, material quantity, testing of material, acceptance from the contractor, sampling records, keeping up records, supervision of quality, formwork checking, ensuring compliance with safety measures, work output, progress monitoring, methods, keeping in view quantity requirement, material, labour, and m/c, vigilance compliance.)
  2. Bill preparation, measurements, Check Measurements
  3. Rate analysis of various items
  4. Introduction to Delhi Schedule of Rates (DSR) and Delhi Analysis of Rates (DAR), Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH), PWD Price, Software.

Design / Planning Office

 

Observed data analysis  and Case studies* / with examples

 

D16

 

 

 

 

D17

D18

D19

Site Visit-engineers’ function in two ways:

  1. Define the role of Contractor’s Engineers-(as a representative of contractor) Quality delivery, work arrangements, monitoring, Housekeeping at site etc., documents, Procurement at the site.
  2. Define the role of Owners representative: Troubleshooting at Site & how to manage, monitoring progress, Inspect and ensure quality, payment release, documents at Site
  3. Common problems like Leakages, color scheme, finish, etc

Documents at site- Copies,

test paper on roles

valuation –mock example

D20FN

Site Visit-

Accounting: (Book Keeping)

This module introduces students to the uses of accounting and financial analysis in decision making in a construction and development environment. The course will demonstrate to students how the principles of accounting and financial management can be adapted for, and used in the management of construction companies and project management. Students will review accounting concepts, rules, regulations and reporting requirements as they apply to construction and development, and they will use and create accounting and financial models.

 

 

 

D20AN

Site Visit-Procurement at Site-Contractor’s view-

bill checking, quantity measurement, procedures, payments procedures at 3 levels- Govt representative

 

D21

Site Visit- Clearing Doubts  -Recapitalisation

 

D22 & D23

Soft Skills

  1. Personal attitudes- How to be presentable at site & office, Punctuality, commitment, Integrity, tolerance, conscientiousness
  2. Personality improvement- Working attitudes –reliability, approachability, Flexibility, Competence
  3. Labor management & deployment
  4. housekeeping at the site
  5. Negotiation Skills
  6. Supervising skills
  7. Communications Skills
  8. Letter drafting skills
  9. Presentation skills
  10. How to prepare CV  
  11. How to face Interview
  12. Group Discussion

 

D24

Mock Interview

 

D25

Mock Interview , & Evaluation

 

 

Resources Used:

Videos:

  1. Clearing The Site And Levelling The Ground-(session on Planning & Surveying, site selection)
  2. Excavations, Trenching, Piling (Foundation )
  3. Bed Concreting (Foundation )
  4. Column Footing, Shuttering, Reinforcing, Concreting, Deshuttering, Curing(session on Construction- initial part).
  5. Raft Casting.
  6. Scaffolding, Shuttering (session on construction/safety)
  7. Reinforcement Cutting, Bending, Placing In Position, Cover Blocks.(construction)
  8. Beams, Columns, SlabCasting.
  9. All Masonry Works
  10. Plastering, Pointing.
  11. Fixing Of Doors, Windows.
  12. Floor Finishing.
  13. Painting, Polishing, Varnishing
  14. Plumbing Demonstration Videos
  15. Electrification Demonstration Videos
  16. Concrete Pump,Ajax,BarCutting,Jcb,Hitachi.
  17.  Tower Crane, Movable Crane, Lift.
  18. Welding, Steel Structures.
  19. Road, Railways,Bridges.                    Introductory part- materials, earthquake proofing                                                             
  20. Irrigation Engg.
  21. Water Supply, Sanitation Engg.
  22. Industrial Safety.

Outcome of the Programme

  • concrete structure new  construction practices &materials, curing, etc
  • piping structure
  • total station surveys(separate Quantity surveyors course is also suggested as there is tremendous scope in Dubai –separate Quantity surveyor module to be introduced)
  • latest inventions in the construction sector
  • multi-skill technicians-trouble shooting
  • how to read drawing
  • measurements-check measurements and  Mbook preparation,
  • housekeeping at the site
  • economical usage of materials
  • bar bending schedule
  • machine safety
  • quantity survey
  • estimate
  • site visits to get knowledge on entire site activity
  • personality development-how to be at site, attitude
  • discipline
  • familiarize with machine operation- welding, gas cutting, fabrication, heavy equipment operation, tower operation, concrete m/c, mixer m/c,
  • construction software, structural design,
  • communication skills
  • work supervising skills
  • project mgt
  • economical usage of materials
  • bar bending schedule
  • machine safety
  • GD
  • English language
  • soft skills
  • Tendering, contracting, Bar bending schedule at site
  • How to read drawings
  • preparation of bills
  • quantity survey-layout
  • site plan
  • preparation of bills
  • field visits

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