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    Introduction to Design Management in Construction

    What you'll learn
    Design Management in Construction
    An introduction to the construction and architecture industry in the UK
    A particular focus on Contractor-Led and Design-Build projects
    What a design manager does and what the job entails
    Understand what 'the design' is and how it is managed, tracked and reported on
    Design delivery processes and frameworks and an introduction to the RIBA Plan of Work
    How funding, procurement and technology have influenced the role of the design manager
    How to work as a design manager contractor-led and design-build procurement projects
    Preconstruction, development, construction delivery design managers and how each role differs
    Who is in the professional design team (ie engineers, architects, specialist suppliers etc) and how to work with them
    The design programme

    Introduction to Design Management in Construction

    Some construction or architectural / engineering, building or subcontracting or design knowledge and experience is preferable but not mandatory
    This is aimed at entry-level (there is a comprehensive, advanced course under construction) and can be completed by anyone with some basic architectural, design, management or construction experience.

    Who is this course for?


    Anyone new to the UK industry

    This course is ideal for design professionals or builders moving to the UK from abroad, and who want a refresher on the design-build industry in general, or need to understand what is expected of the role in the United Kingdom.

    Graduates, Design and Technical Coordinators

    Most design managers start out in support roles as assistant design and technical managers, or coordinators. This course provides an overview of all aspects of the job.

    Architects, Engineers, Designers

    Professional designers manage the design process as part of their training, however design and technical managers working for contractors and developers usually come from professional design backgrounds


    What is Design Management?

    Design management is an essential tool within a consulting, investment, or contracting organisation that oversees design development, manages the appointment of consultants and specialist sub-contractors, obtains relevant approvals from local authorities and arranges design deliverables in a timely manner to meet the master construction programme.

    Managing Design Delivery and Information

    The design and construction process follows a sequence of activities which vary depending upon the type of project and the chosen procurement route. A design and technical manager basically tracks and manages the design development process from inception, through to manufacture, completion and occupation of the building

    Managing the Design Professionals

    On a construction project there are traditional designers, such as architects, structural and civil engineers, building services engineers and also specialist subcontractors with a CDP design responsibility. Design management is not only about managing design processes but also about managing different stakeholders and this include


    Who this course is for:
    People working on a building site - construction managers, foremen and other tradespeople
    Design coordinators and design managers who work in the field and are looking to progress their careers
    Architects, engineers, interiors designers and other design professionals looking to make a career change and move into design management
    Supply chain subcontractors who manage design such as structural steel frames, prefabricated elements, kitchens, lighting etc
    Developers, investors and employers who appoint design managers to represent their design interests

    Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
    Language: English | VTT | Size: 1.85 GB | Duration: 2h 33m

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