“This is the best course for using in the day job that I’ve ever been on, there was so much useful information in here. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend HATC for the delivery of this course. This course will, without question, complement your day to day project management skills”
You can attend any of our open courses on the dates listed below. We also offer in-house training, tailored to your requirements. Our courses provide introductory and intermediate level instruction in all aspects of the housing development process, from inception through to completion, defects and closedown. Including HE and GLA audit requirements.
Upcoming open course dates
This course provides an overview of the key stages, events and issues in developing affordable housing and regeneration schemes from site identification and scheme inception through to handover and project completion.
This course follows on from Understanding the Development Process, and looks in more detail at the early stages in development management, including site finding, negotiation, valuation, milestone planning and the conveyancing process.
This course follows on from Understanding the Development Process, and looks in more detail at how to appoint & manage the design team, the design process, typical design issues, and how the planning system works, covering how policies are developed, and Development Control works.
This course follows on from Understanding the Development Process, and looks in more detail at types of building contracts, the JCT D&B 2016 form, an overview of the stages in construction, how to be the active client during the on-site period, managing handover and defects.
The PM4AHD course runs for 9 days over a 6-week period, and offers the opportunity to acquire a professional project management qualification from the Association for Project Management, the Chartered body for PM in the UK. The course is set within the world of affordable housing property development & regeneration.
This course explains the main ways in which financial viability for housing schemes is assessed, covering housing for rent, shared ownership and outright sale. It explains terms such as yield, payback, discounted cash flows, net present value, internal rate of return and others, so that users of viability appraisal tools understand what these figures mean.
This course explains how we get the right quality during the construction phase, the players involved and their responsibilities. The course focuses on the role of the Clerk of Work / Construction Inspector, and explains their duties, typical activities and how the Project Manager can get the best from their CoW.
This course provides an overview of the role and typical responsibilities of the Employer’s Agent and other key members of the typical consultant team used by RPs, and how the project manager can lead them effectively in order to get the best performance from them. It follows on from the Understanding the Development Process course and (ideally, but not necessarily) the Intermediate Development courses.
The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification introduces the main project management terminology tools & techniques and is for those wishing to gain a broad understanding of the principles of the profession in order to deliver schemes more effectively.