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Press release

28 APR 2019

Management and Leadership Program takes RICS professionals to UK

RICS in South Asia is organising a fifteen-day customised Global Project Management Practices and Leadership Program for one of India's largest construction company, Shapoorji Pallonji Co Ltd.

As part of the Program, 25 senior project managers with 14–20 years' experience will travel to Liverpool John Moore's University, United Kingdom, between 29 April and 3 May.

This Program is made up of 16 modules delivered across an intensive 15-day period. This comprises five days Initiation Cohort in India, five days International Cohort in the United Kingdom, and five days Integration Cohort back in India.

A program for future leaders

The customised Program provides participants with a broad perspective of the main functional areas of global construction project management from professionals with extensive experience in shaping the practice of management positions.

It will also focus on the provision of practical exposure to international project management approaches and associated leadership behaviours, which help ensure leaders perform optimally in large and challenging projects.

Learning outcomes associated with this program:

  • Exposure to global project management systems that are used to deliver mega construction projects.
  • Guidance on how to organise a project management system that is globally replicable, scalable and trackable.
  • An understanding of project planning, scheduling and tracking with a view to integrate agencies and services.
  • Development of a robust method for change management as a part of global project management team.

Each participant will receive two certificates of attendance, one from RICS in South Asia and another from Liverpool John Moore's University.

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Meet the RICS faculty

Modules are taught by the "RICS faculty", a group consisting of professionals from RICS, the RICS School of Built Environment, and RICS-qualified professionals.

Read more: Since 2010, RICS in South Asia has trained over 5,000 professionals