These courses enhance your Project Management knowledge in the built environment, while also adding crucial skills to your credentials. From basic safety awareness to recognised certifications like AMP and PRINCE2®, alongside specialised qualifications and managerial expertise, these offerings prepare you for diverse challenges in construction projects. Essential skills such as leadership, communication, and risk management complement your technical knowledge, ensuring you’re well-equipped to navigate the complexities of project management effectively.

Basic courses (most are free):

  • Asbestos awareness (Basic)
  • Legionella awareness (Basic)
  • First aid in the work place (Basic)
  • Basics of Construction Project Management (Basic)
  • Construction drawing reading (Basic)
  • General free CPD courses  (Alison)


Professional Project Management Certifications.

  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Association for Project Managers (APM)
  • PRINCE2® Axelos
    • Fundamentals for free here

Tailored qualifications for industry.

  • Certified Construction Manager (CCM) via RICS
  • Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management (CITB)
  • Level 6 Certificate in Fire Safety CIOB
  • Level 6 Diploma in Building Safety Management CIOB

Managerial qualifications.

  • Level 5 or above with CMI
  • Level 5 or above with ILM

Health & Safety qualifications.

  • Institution of Occupational Safety and Health IOSH
  • National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health NEBOSH
  • Site Manager Safety Training Scheme SMSTS
  • Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme SSSTS
  • H&S Awareness (HSA)
  • Temporary Works;
  • TW Co-ordinator Training Course (TWCTC)
  • TW Supervisor Training Course (TWSTC)


Leadership: Ability to lead and motivate diverse project teams, delegate tasks, and drive project success.

Communication: Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively convey project information to stakeholders.

Negotiation: Strong negotiation skills to manage contracts, change orders, and resolve disputes.

Risk Management: Proficiency in identifying, assessing, and mitigating project risks to ensure successful outcomes.

Problem-Solving: Aptitude for analysing complex issues, making informed decisions, and finding practical solutions.

Resource Management: Ability to effectively allocate resources, develop schedules, and manage project timelines.

Collaboration: Skill in fostering teamwork, building relationships, and collaborating with various stakeholders.

Financial Acumen: Competence in budgeting, cost estimation, forecasting, and financial analysis.

Quality Management: Understanding of quality control processes and ensuring adherence to industry standards.

Adaptability: Flexibility to adjust to changing project requirements, unforeseen circumstances, and dynamic environments.