MCA Alberta offers education and training programs through a variety of learning opportunities designed to meet unique mechanical and service contractor needs. This is accomplished through member meetings, short seminars and full day courses. These feature guest presenters on broad industry topics, product specific technical training, HR and other soft skills training, business skills and succession planning.
Programs are designed specifically for owners and senior management, service managers and technicians, HR leaders, frontline field and office staff to keep the entire team current and to help grow your career.
“I have taken both Project Management and Construction law courses through the MCA and these courses are a must for anyone starting in a management role. Since then, I have enrolled my staff to complete as well.”
Cody Christman ,VP Strathcona Mechanical
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Virtual Instructor led workshop-Project Delivery Methods – “Know Your Responsibilities!”
October 6, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT$599.00 – $749.00
This 3- part workshop will take place on October 6, 7 & 8th from 9 AM-12 PM
Through a team of multi-discipline trainers, this Workshop will discuss the characteristics, risks, benefits and disadvantages of the various project delivery methods. From years of experience, each presenter will give you key insights to the success of each delivery method from the perspective of a Project Owner, Consultant and Contractor. In addition, they will draw your attention to a few key CCDC clauses that are critical to the effectiveness of each delivery method.
Remember when it comes to contracts, it’s not about your own thoughts and assumptions; it’s about what is “written”!
Whether you are a Project Owner, Consultant, or Contractor, understanding the many different project delivery options for a particular project is critical to its success. Some of the considerations to be taken into account when deciding on and participating in the appropriate project delivery method are:
- Project’s needs and priorities
- Roles and responsibilities
- Allocation of risk
- Team members’ expertise
- Measurements for success
- Budget and schedule
When the entire team understands their roles and responsibilities for the project delivery method selected, this understanding can work to build trust, honesty and respect between the participants.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
this Workshop will discuss the characteristics, risks, benefits and disadvantages of various project delivery methods including:
- Construction Management for Services
- Construction Management for Services and Construction
- Integrated Project Delivery
- Methods Involving Land, Finance, Operation or Maintenance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- General Contractors and Subcontractors:
- Construction Company Owners/Managers
- Project Managers
- Commercial Managers
- Business Development Managers
- Project Owners
- Third Party Project Managers (For the Project Owner)
- P3 Developers
- Architects and Engineers
- Bonding and Insurance specialists
Debbie Hicks, B.sc
With a comprehensive and varied education background, learning has been at the core of her career. As former President of the Southern Interior Construction Association in BC for 22 years, liaising with the buyers of construction services, architects, engineers and contractors in advocacy and education brings a solid base to her expertise.
Expert Panel: Mark Schart, Elish Brnats, Dean Slater and Art Winslow
Trainer Bio’s attached here Bios for Project Delivery Methods
One Gold Seal credits available. “There will be an Orientation session scheduled 2-3 days before the course. You will receive a calendar appointment for the session.”
if you cancel 5 days or less or no show you will be charged full price.