The Learning Framework comprises Learning Courses and Events spanning three key management skill-set areas critical to the civil and infrastructure industry:
All ICI Learning Program Courses and Events are specifically tailored to the interests and needs of the people in the civil industry. Ultimately, this benefits the development of a skilled and sustainable industry and is the key reason ICI was created.
It is possible for a non-CIM Member to undertake the Learning Program. However, as CIM Membership supports the ICI to achieve its Mission, CIM Members get significant discounts on the cost of training.
Flexibility of choice is critical. Each CIM has the choice of what to focus on, and when. Unless wishing to take advantage of the benefits of ICI Core Advantage, the CIM can follow their interests, and fill the gaps they have in their management skills set.
Technical (Civil) Management
In Technical (Civil) Management the CIM learning offerings will include civil learnings in areas including:
- Site Control
- Plant and Machinery
- Engineering Construction and Maintenance
- Environmental Management
- Project Management
- Engineering Techniques
In People Management the CIM learning offerings will include civil learnings in areas including:
- Managing Self
- Managing Others
- Organisations and People
- Workers Compensation
- Workplace Health and Safety
Business and Operations
In Business and Operations the CIM learning offerings will include civil learnings in areas including:
- Risk Management
- Financial Management
- Estimating and Tendering
- Commercial and Contract Management
- Business Planning and Strategy
- Business Governance
Planning your Learning Program
We have developed an extensive range of courses for you to choose from. They are scheduled well into the future and can be seen in our Calendar. If you click on the course you can see the detail, and book. It explains the course, the CPD points you earn, whether the course is part of the Core Advantage, what the content and outcomes of the course are, and gives a guide as to who should attend.
We recommend you plan each year out well in advance to ensure you have attended enough activities to meet your CPD. To maintain your CPD you will need to attend approximately 4-5 Learning Course events per year over the 3-year cycle. This may change depending on what other non-ICI learning you are doing.