DE6101 – Engineering Management
To develop the knowledge and skills required to administer and manage projects effectively in a specific discipline of engineering
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate an understanding of, and apply, the fundamentals of project planning and project management.
2.Prepare and evaluate cost estimates, tender documentation and contract documentation.
3.Administer and supervise contracts in accordance with the relevant Standards and/or Codes of Practice.
4.Critically evaluate professional practice principles and their application to an engineering environment.
- Project Management functions, scheduling techniques, Critical path analysis, PERT charts, Gantt charts, uncertainty and Risk management
Contract law and Documentation, schedules of Quantities, costing and Tendering, time cost/quality balance, contract types, engineering company structures
Requirements of discipline specific Conditions of Contract (NZS3910), dispute resolution
Professionalism and Ethics, consultation, Treaty of Waitangi, sustainability, Resource Management Act
- Assessment Criteria