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Emuze Expertise & Associates (EEA) Training Capacities

Emuze Expertise & Associates (EEA) offers knowledge dissemination solutions to organisations ranging from SME contractors to large client organisations. EEA can assist with seminars, workshops and public speaking that transforms construction practices, policies, and processes. EEA's local knowledge and international reach provide the platform for accessing episteme required to enhance different production and management systems. The professional background of the Director of EEA, coupled with a reliable network of specialist associates ensures that all business and project training needs are addressed to the satisfaction of clients and end-users.

EEA offers training services in the following areas:


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Construction Management (SACPCMP IDoW) Training

The practice of Construction Management (SACPCMP IDoW):

  • Learn to scope construction works that are inclusive of the required programme, costing, constructability and method statement documentation.
  • Learn to expedite the required construction and procurement strategies for supply chain appointments in conjunction with defined health and safety schedule, insurances, and the construction management organogram.
  • Learn to administer the real flow and transformation of information and resources (equipment, materials, and people) on a construction site to achieve agreed progress targets. 
  • Learn to coordinate, manage and expedite all closing reporting and rectification of defects in the project.

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Construction Mentor (SACPCMP IDoW) Training

The practice of Construction Mentor (SACPCMP IDoW):

  • Learn to establish the potentials for construction mentorship services with an adequate monitoring system. 
  • Learn to expedite the scope of the scope of construction mentorship services through a skills audit. 
  • Learn to facilitate how the contractor develops and execute construction methods, site establishment, cost control, and resource utilisation on projects. 
  • Learn to monitor how the contractor makes supply chain appointments in terms of alignment with the construction programme. 
  • Lean to facilitate how the contractor undertakes construction financing measures to ensure progress of work and the business of construction. 
  • Learn to facilitate how the contractor manages and administer on-site construction processes and deliverables.
  • Learn to facilitate how the contractor coordinate and expedite all closing reports and defect rectifications on projects.

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Health, Safety, and Wellbeing

  • Know how to facilitate and document the project HSW requirements including advising on the competency and resources of consultants. 
  • Know how to advise on construction project HSW risks including financial provisions as necessary. Advice regarding HSW plans of the specialists required including the appointment of specialists.
  • Know how to advise on prevention through design. Advice and agree on the format of the HSW File for the project.
  • Know how to assist with the evaluation of project HSW tenders and verify the contractors’ HSW competencies, knowledge and resources.
  • Know how to advise on the approval of HSW plans for projects including guidance on safety performance in terms of hazard and risks. Advice on how to monitor compliance-based safety and how to engender behaviour-based safety.
  • Know how to advise on construction project HSW outcome and any unsettled items. 

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Lean Implementation

  • Learn how to deploy lean opportunity assessment in a company in construction.
  • Learn how to implement lean safety in construction. 
  • Learn how to champion lean culture in construction.
  • Learn how to champion lean leadership in construction.
  • Learn how to deploy lean tools and techniques in construction.

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General Construction Management

  • Strategic management in construction.
  • Getting work in construction.
  • Financial management in construction contracting.
  • Marketing in a construction enterprise.
  • Ethics in a construction business. 
  • Construction business climate and opportunities. 
  • Human resources management (HRM) in construction.
  • Industrial relation issues in construction.
  • Purchasing in construction. 
  • Supply chain and logistics management in construction.
  • Plant, equipment and transport management in construction.
  • Subcontractor management in construction.
  • Management in a construction enterprise.
  • Surface and Core Competencies for managing construction.
  • Problem-solving, types of problems, and decision making in construction.
  • Co-ordination and meetings in a construction enterprise.
  • Human Settlement Development / Housing.