Construction Audit and Cost Control Related In-House Training Courses
(Available through Courtenay Thompson & Associates)
Maximizing Training Effectiveness
When we conduct our in-house training seminars, we take time to review examples of construction contracts, change orders, contractor invoices, etc. that are shared with us by our customers in order better address the specific training needs of your organization.
Controlling Construction Costs
In this two-day course, attendees will apply proven techniques to case studies and learn how to ask the right questions and tackle technical matters. By following the skills learned in Controlling Construction Costs, participants can direct and regulate many aspects of construction activity to ensure that their companies get what they contracted and paid for.
Controlling Construction Costs helps you understand the nature of change orders and contractor claims, and provides approaches to controlling them. It shows how to impact construction costs through building control considerations into bid documents and contract language.
Effective Auditing of Construction Activity
Effective auditing of construction activity is one of the biggest challenges facing auditors today.
This two-day seminar provides auditors with specific "how-to" construction audit techniques and other industry specific detailed information to help them perform effective audits of their organization's construction activity. Methods to identify and develop potential cost recovery opportunities are presented.
About the Instructor - Rich Townsend