CDM (Construction Design & Management) Training

The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 (known as CDM 2015) came into force on 6 April 2015 - these regulations govern the way construction projects are planned in the UK.

This two day course is aimed at anyone involved in delivering engineering and construction projects, but more specifically at Clients, Contractors and Principal Contractors.

It helps to provide the knowledge and key skills to coordinate and manage projects safely and in compliance with the CDM Regulations.

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CDM (Construction Design & Management) Training

Who is this course aimed at?

It is ideal for Clients (and others) who want to progress into carrying out the role of Principal Contractor on smaller less complex projects.

What are the benefits?

From attending the first day of the course, the learner will:

  • Increase their personal knowledge and understanding of the CDM Regulations
  • Understand where their role fits in to project delivery
  • Know what they, and others, have to do to ensure they are legally compliant

From attending the second day of the course, the learner will:

  • Have practical experience of some of the various tools required to make their role of client / principal contractor more effective
  • Identify areas where they can improve their own and their team’s performance
  • Be able to more effectively manage and control contractors

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • describe the key requirements of CDM 2015
  • describe when and where the CDM Regs apply
  • explain the roles and legal responsibilities of key stakeholders within the CDM 2015 legislation
  • explain what is meant by “Construction Work” and where it applies to their projects
  • know how to prepare pre-construction info and the Health and Safety File
  • understand the importance and requirements of Method Statements and Risk Assessments
  • understand the importance of Co-operation and Co-ordination in Construction and Engineering Projects

When and where?

This workshop will take place at the Spiers Training Centre, based in Tamworth, Staffordshire.


2 Day course running from 09:30 - 4:30

Refreshments & lunch will be provided.

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