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Construction Engineers

Professional Certificate in Construction Technolgy
(Short Courses)

Type of Training

Online / Coaching / Visual

Skills Focus Area



10 Days / 40 Hours


Lecture & Case Study


Via Zoom Platform / Offline

Participants / session

25 - 50 per session

Course Objectives

This course comprehensively observes the complete cycle of construction projects from inception to handover. The content is multidisciplinary, observing aspects of engineering, building materials, finishing options, financial models, and legal terms. This course will form a necessary reference for you in every step you face in your construction project. The course starts by introducing the nature of construction projects, their worldwide significance, and why we need to study construction management. It then looks over the initial requirements of a project, the plot dedicated, the budget estimation, and other preliminary activities required by every project client prior to commencement. It then looks at the project design phase, along with details of appointing designers. Next is finalizing the design and preparing the tender for the main contractor, along with details of contractor evaluation and selection. 

Learning Outcome

This course is helping construction projects save over 5 digits by applying the content provided and understand construction contractual and financial models including the international form of agreement, understand architectural, structural, and MEP design systems by identifying the technical basis of every system and the parties involved in a project and their respective roles according to the procurement route. 

Module Listings


Chapter 1:

Warming Up


Chapter 2:

Project Delivery Method & Project Objective


Chapter 3:

Integration using Project Management

Chapter 4:

Understanding about different types of Concrete


Chapter 5:

Decision to build

Chapter 6:

Contractual Modules

Chapter 7:

Financial Modules

Chapter 8:

Project Plot

Chapter 9:

Architectural Design

Chapter 10:

Structural Design

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