for Civil & Infrastructure Projects
Singapore, 17 & 18 August 2011
Two Days Course Programme

By Dr. Martin Th. Van Staveren
Van Staveren Risk Management VSRM, The Netherlands

Course focus:

This 2-day course focuses on applying proven project risk management principles and practices, in an effective and efficient way, and in all phases of civil & infrastructure projects. It consists of lectures and exercises, in which the participants are challenged to use their own experiences. There is ample time for discussion, which will reveal the inherent difficulties of project risk management, and how to overcome these difficulties in practice. This state-of-the-art project risk management course is based on the book Uncertainty and Ground Conditions: A Risk Management Approach, written by dr. Martin van Staveren and published by Elsevier, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Target audience:
Practicing engineers, engineering & construction managers, project managers

Course objectives:
Providing insight in possibilities & limitations of project risk management
Learning to apply proven project risk management processes and tools
Learning to understand the role of the human factor in risk management
Developing competences for applying risk management in civil & infrastructure projects

Profile of course leader:

Martin van Staveren PhD MBA MSc Eng has over 20 years of international working
experience as an engineer, consultant, project manager, product manager, director, and
research leader. He is specialized in implementing risk management in project
organizations, by applying innovative, scientifically developed and practically tested
approaches. He is author of three books and over 50 papers.

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