Quantity Surveyor Training Course in Rawalpindi Multan Bahawalpur

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Quantity Surveyor Training Course in Rawalpindi Multan Bahawalpur,Quantity Surveyor Training Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad Pakistan,icte offer advance quantity surveyor diploma course in rawalpinidi pakistan,international college offer national and international quantity surveyor diploma course in rawalpindi pakistan,admission open for boys and girls diploma acceptable in government job and world wide Office # 27,  Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan  0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,The objective of the quantity surveying undergraduate degree programme is to provide students with a sound theoretical and practical base to enable them measure, value, cost and specify construction resources, and to become active players in the rational identification, utilization and control of resources within the construction industry.Graduates of this programme are expected to gain employment in both the private and public sector. The major input of the revised programme is to train quantity surveyors with sufficient skills for the public and private sectors: government ministries, local authorities, departments and parastatals, construction firms, and private consultancy firms offering quantity surveying services. The updated and diversified courses will cross‐pollinate existing departments within the Faculty of Technology.quantity surveyors learn to develop cost estimations, often using estimating software, for a variety of residential and commercial construction projects. Factors that students must learn to consider include construction materials, equipment, labor, company overhead and profit. Many programs include a laboratory component in which students develop bid packages based on a proposed construction project.This program is intended to provide you with the clear understanding of quantity surveying methods and practices. The objective of the course is to explain the fundamental principles of estimating, costing, tendering, and also to give you a clear understanding of construction contracts and the principles and procedures involved in the financial administration of contracts.Quantity Surveying has been designed to produce graduates who can successfully operate as professional quantity surveyors/costs consultants in the future Irish and global construction industry. They will be able to communicate effectively, have a working knowledge of relevant Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).The Quantity Surveyor, who is also known as a Construction Economist or a Cost Manager, is a member of a team of professional advisers to the construction industry. As a Quantity Surveyor, you will be working as a cost consultant, to manage and control costs on building, civil and infrastructure construction projects on behalf of the Owners or Contractors, making use of a wide range of management procedures, technical tools and skills.These skills are integrated into the learning strategies of this course, enabling you typically to work in quantity surveying. Alongside the knowledge and understanding of quantity surveying theories, and the practical and technical skills needed to become a quantity surveyor and commercial manager, you will gain the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development.Exposure to construction technology and project management fundamentals. Clear understanding of tendering process and contract documentation.Hands on training for the estimation and costing of construction projects with intensive work shop and exclusive case studies. Proficiency in monitoring and control of projects effectively.Imparting competence on the management and administration of contracts.Broad understanding of the contractual issues, dispute resolution techniques that are generally encountered in the construction industry.Estimates of operating and manufacturing costs through an asset's life cycle; - risk assessment and setting goals, - motivating people etc.Quantity Surveying Financial Management

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