CDM 2015 in Practice Syllabus
CDM 2015 in Practice provides an in-depth explanation of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015, which replace CDM 2007. The course presents the specific ‘interactive’ duties CDM 2015 places on those planning, managing, monitoring, coordinating and carrying out construction work.
Overall learning outcomes
On completion of each the course, you should be able to demonstrate your understanding of the domain knowledge covered by:
- The application of knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations
- The critical analysis and evaluation of information presented in both quantitative and qualitative forms
Full course syllabus
1. Introduction to CDM 2015 and interpretation of:
- 1.1: Scope, application, and key terminology
- 1.2: Codes of practice
- 1.3: Industry guidance.
2. Clients' new duties and responsibilities.
3. The specific duties of and practical interactive duties of planning, managing, co-ordinating, between the five duty holders, which are:
- 3.1: Client
- 3.2: Principal Designer
- 3.3: Designer
- 3.4: Principal Contractor
- 3.5: Contractor.
4. Overview of the general health and safety requirements for all construction sites.
5. Key documentation:
- 5.1: Notification
- 5.2: Pre-construction information
- 5.3: Construction phase plan
- 5.4: Health and safety file.
The assessment comprises a one hour open book test. You will receive an Astutis Certificate on successful completion.
CDM 2015 in Practice course: futher information
Choosing to study for your qualification with Astutis means you can undertake the CDM 2015 in Practice course in either of the following ways:
- In a classroom - structured learning with fellow professionals
- At your place of work, for multiple staff members
For more information on the learning options click on the right hand side or, click on the button below for more information on the course itself.