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The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board provides professional advice, information, skills development and qualifications to help individuals within engineering construction succeed in their chosen careers.

Working closely with industry employers, their training programmes and Vocational Qualifications guarantee competence in practical craft and technician occupations as well as the technical, management supervisory, design and project management skills.



WebinEYE #4 SELECT – Framing the Right Solution – Wednesday, 28 October 12.30pm

Following project opportunity appraisal and a positive outcome from the APPRAISE gate review, all viable alternatives and options for meeting the project objectives and delivering the project to the satisfaction of the business case need to be identified and studied. The SELECT phase identifies the best alternative for meeting the project objectives through consideration of options in areas such as technology selection, process design and commercial model alternatives. The SELECT phase needs to provide satisfactory answers to a number of questions, such as:-

  • Have all viable alternatives, options and trade-offs between them been adequately considered?
  • What criteria have been used to evaluate and compare the alternatives and why has the recommended option been selected?
  • What are the critical uncertainties and risks associated with the selected option that will need to be managed if the project proceeds?
  • What are the required resources and plans for the next phases?

To Register, please follow this link: http://www.ecitb.org.uk/projectmanagement/webinar_categories/web-select/


The Skills Charter is to encourage both companies and clients in engineering construction to put the skills shortage at the top of their agenda. Here are some of the companies that have signed the pledge.
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