You are now in the: Project Management in Construction roomOption 2: If you have a microphone, raise your hand bypressing the button. You will be entered into aqueue. When I am ready to take your questions, I willprompt you to speak.When prompted, press the button andspeak into your microphone. I will respond to your verbalquestions.To move into another room –click onbutton and select the room that you wish to enter fromthe dropped down list.(hold down control key on a Mac).Main Room is the reception.Should you have any further queries, please email me firstname.lastname@example.orgTo exit this software go to ‘File > Exit’ (on a PC) or‘Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing menu’ > Quit’(on a Mac).Option 1: I If you do not have a microphone, type amessage in the box to the bottom left and press theEnter button on your keyboard.I will respond to your text questions.I am Chaminda Pathirage, the Programme Director. The agenda for this session is as follows:1.I will begin with a 15 minute presentation2.If you have questions as we go along, please either type them in the chat box (Option 1) or raise yourhand (Option 2)3.At the end of my presentation I will read through the text questions and answer them; I will also givemicrophone rights to those who wish to verbally ask questions4.I will start my presentation at 18:30pm, and will repeat it again at 19:05pm.
Programme Aim and Target Audience• The programme is designed to create reflective practitioners in projectmanagement• Enables students to:– recognise the significance of process, technology and people to thesuccess of projects– more effectively lead, organise and plan projects– analyse corporate practice and implement highly effectivestrategies for change• For Architects, Engineers (Structural, Civil, Mechanical etc), QuantitySurveyors, Building Surveyors, Planners, Property Managers etc..
Strengths and Uniqueness• SOBE- Internationally renowned for research and teaching in theBuilt Environment• Work very closely with a lot of industry experts and professionals inoffering a course that addresses industry needs• Programme is accredited by both and• Construction Project managers are in considerable demand in theUK and internationally• Work in a wide range of organisations- construction companies,project management consultancies, government departments, CivilEngineering etc
Delivery, Intakes and Entry Requirements• Two modes of Study: Full-time and Distance Learning• Two Intakes per year: September and January• January intake– Full-time- MSc: 12 months– Distance Learning- MSc: 28 months• Entry Requirements– A minimum of a second class undergraduate honours degree ina relevant discipline, or– A minimum of a second class undergraduate honours degree in anunrelated discipline and significant relevant work experience withinthe built environment, or– A recognised appropriate professional qualification
University website> Find a Course> Type’ Project Management inConstruction’>Select ‘Postgraduate’www.salford.ac.uk/courses/project-management-in-construction Whats it about? Entry requirements When do I start? Programme structure Assessment Distance/online learning Fees Bursaries Accreditation Duration ApplyMSc/PgDip/PgCert Project Management in ConstructionCourse Details