Supervisors Workshop - Inhouse Course
The purpose of the training is to provide some guidance for supervisors, works staff and young engineers in preparing, organising, managing, undertaking and completing works. It covers methodology in all aspects of the work with reference to legislation and regulations applicable to the task. The program also includes workshops for practical application.
Who Should Attend
Field staff in City, Urban and country environments.
Role of supervisor
Planning and Organising
Costing, scoping the job: traffic, services, environmental, cultural heritage, equipment and tools, materials, project management
Measurements of Areas and Volumes
Pavement Construction Calculations
Transfer of Details from Plans to Works on the Ground
What is Soil?
Concrete, Kerb and Gutter and Footpaths
Bridges and Structures
Road Construction, Maintenance and Cleanup
Surface Courses and Resurfacing
Summary and Discussion
Presenter Details - Peter Cassilles
Peter has over 40 years experience in all facets of engineering including investigation, design, construction and maintenance of civil, structural, hydraulic and public health engineering; traffic engineering, asset management and project and contract management. Peter is currently Director of Cassilles Civil Pty Ltd which has been established for 10 years with clients including Camden, Woollahra, Lane Cove, Manly, Holroyd, Waverly and North Sydney Councils. His company specialises in Project and Contract management. Prior to this enterprise he was employed as Deputy Engineer at the now amalgamated Drummoyne Council and Director of Works at Wollondilly Council. In addition he has also worked in private enterprise for 4 years between these two (2) appointments.
WHAT TO BRING: Notebook and pens (Course Workbooks provided). A copy of the Supervisors handbook will be prpovidied to all participants