Upcoming Courses

  • May 2017

    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one day workshop gives you a toolbox to build a high performing team from a group of individuals or an underperforming team.
      Highly practical and realistic to your workplace teams; immediately applicable best practice and essential tools.
      Walk away with a customized HPT plan that can be implemented immediately.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      Risk management is acknowledged as essential to effective management. A well-designed risk management process brings focus to core objectives and supports the team in pursuit of opportunities and treating threats. Risk management should cut across all areas of risk including safety, environmental, reputation, cost, programme and other areas.
      This course focuses on understanding the principles and application of risk management which is fundamental to obtaining useful information to inform decision making.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course will update you on the IPENZ Code of Ethics.
      It will also give a full explanation of ethics to engineers using case studies to identify moral dilemmas and implications for engineering practice.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This practical, interactive and enjoyable workshop provides simple strategies to better know, serve, satisfy and retain our key Clients.
      Vital skills are taught to ensure participants build warm, lasting professional relationships, skilfully resolve difficult situations, and so create more business, more income, and even greater satisfaction for all involved.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) came into effect in 2016. The Act has significant bearing on the professional practice of engineers across all disciplines and industries. This course will present a summary of the law, covering who the duty holders are and what duties they need to satisfy. The course will also give some guidance on how to satisfy those duties, based on overseas best practice.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      In this one-day course engineers and related technical disciplines will focus on relevant practical aspects of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). You’ll take a look at case history examples and use exercises to demonstrate how these practical aspects and their application can be successfully applied throughout RMA processes. To set the scene on the RMA, an experienced Resource Management lawyer or planner will provide a wider context into which the more practical engineering/technical application fits.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) came into effect in 2016. The Act has significant bearing on the professional practice of engineers across all disciplines and industries. This course will present a summary of the law, covering who the duty holders are and what duties they need to satisfy. The course will also give some guidance on how to satisfy those duties, based on overseas best practice.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This one-day course provides an overview of project and programme management principles. Key practice areas and techniques for successful project delivery will be discussed in detail. Common project delivery pitfalls and ways to avoid them will be explored through real-life scenarios.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Hamilton

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      Safety in Design integrates risk management techniques into the design process to identify, assess and treat health and safety risks to people over the life of an asset. This training course will cover the background of Safety in Design, the related sections of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and application guidance in delivering Safety in Design.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course introduces delegates to the key standards and manuals relating to infrastructure management, specifically ISO55000 and the International Infrastructure Management Manual.
      The course covers understanding asset management requirements, lifecycle planning, asset management enablers and sustainability.
      Strategic, tactical and operational asset management integration will be linked throughout the course.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This practical, interactive and enjoyable workshop provides simple strategies to better know, serve, satisfy and retain our key Clients.
      Vital skills are taught to ensure participants build warm, lasting professional relationships, skilfully resolve difficult situations, and so create more business, more income, and even greater satisfaction for all involved.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      Building Structures and large mechanical equipment are often modelled in 3D CAD software. Mechanical CAD software like SolidWorks, Inventor and Solid Edge offer amazing frame design environments which allow frames to be developed and analysed very quickly.
      These analyses can be simple linear static analyses or complex time or frequency domain dynamic analyses for earthquakes etc.
      Perfect to give a Structural Engineer the competitive advantage when trying to analyse buildings or mechanical structures!
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Auckland

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This course will update you on the IPENZ Code of Ethics.
      It will also give a full explanation of ethics to engineers using case studies to identify moral dilemmas and implications for engineering practice.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      The Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) came into effect in 2016. The Act has significant bearing on the professional practice of engineers across all disciplines and industries. This course will present a summary of the law, covering who the duty holders are and what duties they need to satisfy. The course will also give some guidance on how to satisfy those duties, based on overseas best practice.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Hamilton

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      FIDIC contracts have gained global recognition as the contract of choice for construction projects since they were first produced in 1999. Translated into numerous languages, they are commonly used on projects financed by development banks such as the World Bank. This workshop introduces the FIDIC family of contracts, provides an overview of all of the provisions in the contract and introduces some of the changes expected in 2017 when new editions are scheduled for publication.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Invercargill

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This practical, interactive and enjoyable workshop provides simple strategies to better know, serve, satisfy and retain our key Clients.
      Vital skills are taught to ensure participants build warm, lasting professional relationships, skilfully resolve difficult situations, and so create more business, more income, and even greater satisfaction for all involved.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Christchurch

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      In this one-day course engineers and related technical disciplines will focus on relevant practical aspects of the Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). You’ll take a look at case history examples and use exercises to demonstrate how these practical aspects and their application can be successfully applied throughout RMA processes. To set the scene on the RMA, an experienced Resource Management lawyer or planner will provide a wider context into which the more practical engineering/technical application fits.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Tauranga

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      Risk management is acknowledged as essential to effective management. A well-designed risk management process brings focus to core objectives and supports the team in pursuit of opportunities and treating threats. Risk management should cut across all areas of risk including safety, environmental, reputation, cost, programme and other areas.
      This course focuses on understanding the principles and application of risk management which is fundamental to obtaining useful information to inform decision making.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      Half day

      City:

      Napier

      Price:

      $350.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      This half-day workshop provides simple tips that can be immediately used to improve your writing. Common problems are identified and practical skills given to overcome them.
    • Start Date:

      Duration:

      1 day

      City:

      Wellington

      Price:

      $580.00 (excl. GST)

      Summary:

      FIDIC contracts have gained global recognition as the contract of choice for construction projects since they were first produced in 1999. Translated into numerous languages, they are commonly used on projects financed by development banks such as the World Bank. This workshop introduces the FIDIC family of contracts, provides an overview of all of the provisions in the contract and introduces some of the changes expected in 2017 when new editions are scheduled for publication.
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