Training

As the global leader in providing professional services, HKA has a wealth of knowledge to share with organisations managing construction and engineering assets. We develop clients’ capabilities through training as well as expert advice and knowledge transfer while working with clients on their projects.

Around the world, our expert trainers have delivered more than 1,500 public seminars and 2,000 in-house training courses and tailored programmes.

Our reputation for world-class training and development stems from the calibre of our people and their depth of technical and practical knowledge and experience. This direct experience underpins their comprehensive understanding of the subject and their authority as trainers.

We provide training for government ministries and agencies, contractors and subcontractors, professional bodies, technical consultancies and lawyers.
Our training programs encompass the full range of our professional services. They are provided through public seminars and open courses, and in-house and bespoke training.

  • Public seminars and open courses: HKA’s industry experts design and deliver our seminars and workshops. These courses are informed by lessons learned in the real world, highly practical and focused on problem-solving. The resultant training is cost-effective, and its high quality contributes to the continuing professional development of your staff.
  • In-house and bespoke training: We also provide tailored training for clients’ in-house teams – at their premises, or nearby locations. This training can be completely bespoke, and we offer a training needs analysis, where necessary, before designing your programme. The training ranges from single, short courses to wide-ranging programmes spread over several months.

 

HKA training covers:

  • Contract administration and management
  • Effective cost and programme controls
  • Risk management
  • Claims avoidance and defence
  • Standard forms of contract
  • Partnering contracts
  • Contractual awareness
  • Working practices for commercial competitiveness.