Project Document Managers’ Course
2 DAY COURSE Management of documents
Title:Project Document Managers’ Course
Duration:2 day Course
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This course has been produced by the ECITB as a result of a request from employers across the Engineering Construction Industry (ECI). The content has been developed by a subject specialist to meet a specification agreed by an Industry Working Group made up of employer representatives from the engineering construction industry.
Document Manager is the title of the individual who leads the Document Management process on a project (the actual title may vary between companies). This is an initial training programme for Document Managers and potential Document Managers. Participants will already be experienced Document Controllers and familiar with carrying out the activities of document management. They should have a minimum of two to three years’ experience, preferably on two or three different projects covering different aspects of the project life cycle.
This is an initial training course for Document Managers and potential Document Managers on projects within the engineering construction industry.
Participants will already be experienced Document Controllers and familiar with carrying out the activities of document management. They should have a minimum of two to three years experience, preferably on two or three different projects covering different aspects of the project life cycle.
On completion of the course learners should be able to:
- Understand the project life cycle and the role and function of Document Management
- Understand the procedures which need to be written at the start of a project and the factors to be considered when writing them
- Understand how to run Document Management on a project from a technical perspective (i.e. not Leadership)
- Understand the requirements for project closure and handover
The course is delivered as a bespoke training course in a training room environment and consists of four half-day modules which can be delivered as a two day course or split as appropriate. There are assignments to be completed by delegates before and after the course.
Those who successfully complete the course and assignments will receive a Certificate of Achievement; at the request of the Industry Working Group there is no certificate of attendance for the course.
ECITB grants are available to Registered Employers.