Engineering Project Management

Location Rugby, UK

Date 30th June 2020

Duration 3 days

Topic Contract and Project Management

CPD Hours 19.5

Price IChemE member £1400 + VAT, non-member £1600 + VAT


Whether you are new to project and construction management, or have previous experience, this is an opportunity to review best practice when managing engineering projects.

This course will help you to understand the range of project management systems, tools and techniques that are available when managing engineering projects.

You'll discover how to apply a structured approach to project delivery and how to manage the issues that will inevitably crop up during a project life-cycle.

Delegates will receive a copy of the Project Management Toolkit handbook as part of the course materials.

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the range of project management systems, tools and techniques available
  • Understand best practice when managing engineering projects
  • Be able to take a more structured approach to project delivery
  • Feel more confident about managing issues during the project life-cycle

Who will benefit

  • Engineers new to project and construction management
  • Project managers with some years of experience
  • Construction engineers and managers
  • Line managers

Course outline

Day 1

  • Project basics
  • Performance 1: measuring project performance, managing scope, managing quality, managing time
  • Performance 2: managing resources, managing cost, integration

Day 2

  • Performance 3: managing contracting, managing risk (including HSE risk)
  • Process: project phases, project organisation, managing information, managing communication
  • Governance: opportunities, benefits management, assurance, stakeholder engagement

Day 3

  • People: teams, individuals, leadership
  • Review and reflection

Contact Phone +44 (0)1788 534496

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Charles Cowley


Charles Cowley


Charles is an independent consultant with over 30 years' experience of managing engineering projects in the oil & gas and chemicals industries. He worked as an engineer and project manager for Shell for 27 years where his responsibilities included project leading their HSSE control Framework, and managing global HSE culture and competence for their downstream operations.

Charles has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nottingham, and an MBA in Project Management from Henley Business School.


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