RESCHEDULED DUE TO ‘TECHNICAL FAILURE’: FREE WEBINAR – THE PITFALLS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

RESCHEDULED DUE TO ‘TECHNICAL FAILURE’: FREE WEBINAR – THE PITFALLS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Due to a technical server failure, many attendees of the ECA(SA)’s live webinar, ‘The Pitfalls of Project Management’ were unable to attend or log into the webinar session on 15 August and, as a result of this technical failure, the live streaming of the webinar was cancelled.

The webinar has now been rescheduled and will now take place on 30 August from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Lea Smith of the hosting company, Articulate-IT, apologises to attendees, the ECA(SA) and the sponsors, Brand Engineering, for the late cancellation of the webinar due to the “unfortunate technical failure”.

He says, “There is no doubt that online training such as live web-based webinars are here to stay and the ECA(SA) has recognised that webinars are an effective method to provide training to its members.”

Fine balance

This webinar, ‘The Pitfalls of Project Management’ will be presented by Herman Kriel, group managing director of the Cape Town-based Brand Engineering group of companies.

Kriel says, “There is always a fine balance between upsetting your client and protecting your own interests. As subcontractors, we believe the subcontract agreements are generally in the interest of the main contractors. This is untrue and there are many rights that the subcontractor has; the problem is that we are either not aware of these rights or are uninformed about how to apply them,” he says.

“The form of contract assumed is the JBCC N/S Agreement Ed5.0 as this is the most popular subcontract used in our industry. Keep in mind though, that many of the principles can be utilised for all JBCC subcontract agreements and also for many other form of contracts.

“Project management offers a structured approach to managing projects and there are various tools on the market to assist you with this, however it is often the basics that trip us up, resulting in unnecessary delays and the associated costs. In this session, we will have a closer look at these pitfalls and how to control them to ensure an improved overall result in project completion and a happy client,” explains Kriel.

Free webinar

You are invited to participate in the ECA(SA)’s free live webinar presented by Herman Kriel of Brand Engineering, ‘The Pitfalls of Project Management’, which will be presented on Tuesday, August 30, 2017 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

If you are not sure how to register for the live webinar, please click on the link below for an explanation of the process:

How to Register for a Course or Module help video?

If you are familiar with the registration process go directly to the link below and register for the webinar:

http://www.articulateit.co.za/landing/index.html?id=40

Audio options

To use your computer’s audio: When the webinar begins, you will be connected to audio using your computer’s microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended.

To cancel this registration

If you can’t attend this webinar, you may cancel your registration at any time.

Past recordings

To view past recorded webinars on ‘The Pitfalls of Tendering’ and ‘The Pitfalls of Contract Administration’, please register here:

http://www.articulateit.co.za/landing/index.html?id=40

Herman Kriel, group managing director of the Brand Engineering group of companies, will present a free webinar, ‘The Pitfalls of Project Management’ on 30 August.

About Herman Kriel: Herman has been actively engaged in the construction industry for the past 37 years as a quantity surveyor. He has been in the electrical industry for 16 years and is currently the Group Managing Director of the Brand Engineering group of companies based in Cape Town. He has served on the ECA(SA)’s National Contractual Committee for the past six years and is currently the chairman of this committee. Herman also serves on the Master Builders Associations Joint Practice Committee. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with a view to regulating the electrical industry and protecting the interests of all ECA(SA) contractors.

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