Project Management

The ECITB Project Management Competition

Successfully demonstrating ACTIVE Principles for 20 years

(Achieving Competitiveness Through Innovation and Value Enhancement)

Competition structure

The ECITB Project Management competition is a highly successful and rewarding competition-based learning event in project management. The event is run together with Cranfield University School of Management. The competition is for teams from employer organisations. Teams of 5 people manage a simulated fixed price construction project from inception to completion, financed by negotiated loan capital on behalf of an external client.

The competition is aimed at project management practitioners, team members and support / service staff, e.g. HR and accounts personnel who interface with, and provide services to project teams.

There are significant opportunities for teams to engage in the negotiation of claims for client-driven scope changes and in the resolution of disputes.The exercise is highly time-pressured, enjoyable and rewarding.

The event commences with a series of short project management tutorials on the Friday morning. After lunch, teams finalise execution plans and profit estimates prior to the simulation commencing.

The ECITB will pay for the tutoring fees and cost of entry for each team. The employer is responsible for other costs including travel and accommodation for the team members. Please contact your Regional Account Manager for funding approval.

For further information about the EDP Forum Project Management Competition, please contact or call 07971 687862.

For further information about the Offshore Project Management Competition, please contact or call 07896 416582.

Future course dates and locations

2016 - Offshore Region Competition 

24th February 2016

2016 - EDP Forum

Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th January- Cranfield School of Management

Friday 24th- Sunday 26th June -Cranfield School of Management

To view pictures of previous ACTIVE Cup competitions, please visit our Media Centre here

APM Benefits Management Seminar, Aberdeen

26th May 2016

At a time when local projects are under pressure, benefits must be well managed. This seminar delivered by the APM Aberdeen Chapter will explore benefits management, how it can help, how to use it and its relation to other disciplines. Click here for further information and booking: