Building owners, designers and construction companies have a legal obligation under the Building Control Amendment Regulations 2014 (BCAR) to ensure that buildings are designed and constructed in accordance with the relevant requirements of the ever-changing Technical Guidance documents and Building Regulations.Read more
CIF have released the Jan & Feb 2019 schedule of Construction Training courses available with CIF.
This schedule of construction training courses offered by CIF in 2019 is the result of comprehensive market surveys and client feedback. This list is designed to ensure that every course offered by CIF in 2019 addresses the needs of our clients, responds to market trends and industry requirements.Read more
Working at a height is often necessary within the world of construction, but it comes with a number of significant risks, particularly that of falling. For construction workers and managers, ensuring a safe working environment is vital, but it can be difficult to do.Read more
For construction firms, the need to invest in high-quality training is significant. However, it can be challenging to choose the right training provider and the right education platform. Traditional classroom learning and conventional online learning are both available, but they both carry with them a number of drawbacks. Live classroom training based on modern digital technology may be the answer.Read more
Construction safety begins with training and education, but the right equipment is also necessary. Some types of equipment may be provided by the workers themselves, but construction companies must also toe the line and ensure that other types of safety equipment are present. What are the most important considerations?Read more
The Construction and Engineering sector is ‘ripe for disruption’ (McKinsey 2017). Excellence in leadership is the cornerstone of success in this scenario.Read more
When it comes to worksite safety, construction managers face a wide range of challenges. The construction segment remains one of the most dangerous industries in Ireland, but managers can use a few simple methods to decrease risk for workers.Read more
For construction firms, compliance with Irish laws and regulations concerning construction safety training is a vital consideration. However, this leaves managers and decision makers in a difficult position. How do you choose the right training, provider?Read more
Developing Leaders and Growing Organisations.
The construction and engineering sectors are ripe for disruption, and the successful organisations will be those that develop their people to navigate through the complex challenges ahead.Read more