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Virtual Community Engagement Course 28 July 2020 (1 day) Local & International
Many companies have developed sophisticated project management systems and processes to conceptualise, plan and implement construction projects. The same companies have become adept in managing project risks. However, these companies have ignored to either include community engagement as part of the project planning process or to regard community risk as part of project risk.
The perceptions of social marginalisation and feelings of exclusion by communities are aggravated by the lack of or inadequate public service delivery. Therefore, it is of critical importance for project managers to recognise local communities as key and direct stakeholders of a project. In an environment of social activism, the exclusion or inclusion of communities as stakeholders can be a key determining factor as to whether such projects fail or succeed.
This course will cover all the practical aspects of community engagement during the planning, implementation and evaluation of construction projects. The course will include the following key focus areas:
Understanding the Project Context
Social, political and economic factor
The Stake of Communities in Projects
What makes local communities stakeholders in a project?
The Community Consultation Process
Project Social Risk Management
Identification, analysis and mitigation of community risk
Presenter Mr. Andrew Modise
Delegates can claim 1 ECSA or SACPCMP 16 CPD hours allocatedCommunity Engagement Virtual course 28 July 2020
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