Collaboration Initiative Certificate Training Day
Thursday 22nd June 2023
The Canalside Conference Centre, Bridgwater
Despite previous attempts to encourage collaboration within the Construction Sector over the last 30 years there has been a reluctance to adopt this powerful way of delivering contracts and projects to meet the requirements of time, cost and quality as well as improving productivity throughout the supply chain.
With challenges facing the sector from skills and labour shortages, inflation, rising costs through, through to flat productivity and a near stagnant economy the time has never been more appropriate for the sector to look to change and transform the way it conducts businesses.
CESW has partnered with LeadersMeets in the Construction Industry Collaboration Initiative (CICI) in a drive to improve the construction industry in the South West. This initiative forms part of Constructing Excellence’s a national platform for industry improvement to deliver excellence through collaborative working with clients, industry, and users.
“Collaboration is fundamental to Constructing Excellence. This initiative led by the South West is an excellent mechanism to upskill and train those at all levels in the sector on how to effectively collaborate.” Alison Nicholl, Head of Constructing Excellence,
The initiative aims to enhance understanding of effective collaboration, change negative attitudes, and share knowledge, learning, and experiences through research as well as provide a short value for money training certificate where people can learn and develop the behavioural skills so vital to effective and productive collaborative working.
This one-day face-to-face session is being offered at a unique one-off price of £199 to CESW members and is available to the first 20 who register and pay click here
The venue for the day is the modern Canalside Conference Centre where the day will begin with coffee/tea from 08.30 am to start promptly at 9am. The day will run through to approximately 04.30pm with two short breaks and a lunch break during this time. The centre has a café where beverages and lunch can be purchased if desired during the day. To learn more about CICI and the research please click here