The Registrar of the Online Training Academy operated by the Institute of Construction Management ensures that all training provision is independently audited in accordance with ISO9001 standards. The training transcript records on the CDM Competence Registry™ are independently inspected periodically by appropriately qualified experts and certificated to ensure the highest standards of accuracy and reliability are maintained.
Part of the learning experience of progressing through courses will include the submission of a number of written assignments. Assignments are assessed by independent experts and marked fairly and consistently to set standards to ensure reliability of outcomes.
It is important that there is absolute clarity of the outcome of the attainment of any training so that those who require to be assured a person has the required level of skills, knowledge, and experience may rely upon the transcript of those on the CDM Competence Registry™ [subject to verification that the person is in current membership on the Register and the Registration Team can provide proof]
Training is from independently managed teams of appropriately qualified education and training experts contracted to operate to provide service to ICM. The teams include appropriately accredited educationalists, NVQ assessors, Internal quality assurance experts, experienced training mentors, and audit experts.
The ICM Executive provides this level of independent expertise to ensure complete and total trust in its online platform.
The Training team independently monitors, audits and certificates the CDM Competence Registry™ and manages the ICM Training Pathway on the ICM online training portal to ISO9001 standards and reports directly to the ICM Executive Director of Education. This unique partnership is intended to provide those Clients and their advisors who commission construction projects and building operations in the UK with a robust level of trust and reliability in the achievements gained through learning from the ICM Academy Online
Attained through successful completion of the online course.
Continuation of current inclusion on the ICM Competence Registry™ beyond one year after award is subject to maintaining appropriate record of Continuing Professional Development which, as a minimum, will include remaining a member taking the ICM CPD online modular update(s) when released from time to time.
A modular program is under construction and the assessment strategy will be made available and published shortly.
The Level 6 Diploma in CDM will be based upon a Case Study. The Case Study will be work related around the working activities of the Learner. The subject of each Case Study will be agreed by the Training Team and an agreed synopsis will be registered by ICM at the outset. The strategy of the Supervisor and Counselor assigned to each Learner will be agreed at the outset and the Strategic Assessment Plan will be registered by ICM at the outset.
You will need to signup to the below form. Once this is complete and accepted you will then discuss your personalised journey on the Pathway™:
Free and open learning resources on Data Science and AI topics are available at The Alan Turing Institute
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Data science and AI have the power to change the world. When the history of the 21st century is written, it now seems inevitable that data, informatics and AI will have had as transformative an impact on society as any of the three previous phases of the industrial revolution.
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