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Module 1 – Introduction to Project Management with FIDIC Contracts.

Module 2 – Practical Application of FIDIC Contract Conditions.

Module 3 – Resolution of Practical Cases under FIDIC in Construction.

Conclusion and Certification

Module 1 – Introduction to PMP and Project Management

1.1 Introduction to PMP

  • Overview of PMP and PMBOK
  • Significance for project management

1.2 Role of the Project Manager

  • Definition of the role and responsibilities of the project manager
  • The link between the project manager and project success

Module 2 – Fundamentals of Project Management

2.1 Concepts in project management

  • Processes, process groups, and the first five processes of project management
  • Key concepts such as project, program, portfolio

2.2 Contemporary Trends and Practices in Project Management

  • Agile and Waterfall methodologies
  • Flexible management and its importance for projects

Module 3 – PMI Standards

3.1 PMBOK and project management structure

  • Overview of PMBOK
  • Importance of adhering to PMI standards

3.2 Project Management Processes

  • Detailed overview of project management processes

Module 4 – Project Initiation

4.1 Definition of project scope

  • Identification of goals, requirements, and stakeholders
  • Practical examples of scope definition

4.2 Identification of project strategic objectives

  • Alignment of the project with the organization’s strategy

Module 5 – Project Planning

5.1 Resource planning

  • Management of human resources and team definition
  • Resource allocation based on PMBOK

5.2 Time planning and management

  • Building a project schedule and time management

Module 6 – Execution and Management

6.1 Project execution

  • Communication management and stakeholder relations
  • Monitoring progress and project adjustment

6.2 Quality management

  • Planning and ensuring project quality

Module 7 – Project Closure

7.1 Completion and evaluation of the project

  • Lessons learned from the project and documentation of successes and failures

7.2 Documentation and project closure

  • Creation of a final report and evaluation of achieved results

Practical Examples and Exercises

  • Working with specific scenarios and challenges from real projects.
  • Exercises for building plans, communication, and risk management.

Conclusion and Certification

Energy Efficiency

MODULE 1 – Basic Concepts and Definitions

  • Energy efficiency in the context of construction;
  • Impact of energy efficiency on system management.

MODULE 2 Analysis of the Energy Consumer Profile

  • Identification of primary energy consumers in buildings;
  • Strategies for optimizing energy consumption.

MODULE 3 – Utilization of Renewable Energy Sources (RES)

  • Installation and management of renewable energy systems;
  • Financial aspects and support for investments in RES.
Conclusion and Certification


Module 1: Introduction to the Circular Economy

  • Understanding the concept of the circular economy
  • Studying the fundamental principles and goals of the circular economy
  • Illustrating the connection between the circular economy and sustainable supply chains

Module 2: Challenges in Transitioning to the Circular Economy

  • Identifying key challenges in transitioning to the circular economy
  • Exploring an interdisciplinary approach that combines socio-technical, managerial, and ecological aspects
  • Discussing the importance of balancing economic and environmental goals

Module 3: Analysis and Development of Circular Systems

  • Studying systems thinking and its application in the circular economy
  • Developing skills for analyzing and designing complex circular systems
  • Integrating techniques for assessing the sustainability and efficiency of systems

Module 4: Using Life Cycle Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling

  • Understanding life cycle analysis methods in the context of the circular economy
  • Applying agent-based modeling for evaluating and creating circular processes
  • Debating the advantages and challenges of using these tools

Module 5: Formulating Improvements for Transitioning to Circular Design

  • Identifying opportunities for improvements within circular design
  • Developing specific proposals for enhancements in current systems
  • Emphasizing the role of innovation and sustainable practices in the transition process

This course provides a unique opportunity to build the knowledge and skills necessary for active participation in the transition to the circular economy. Familiarize yourself with key concepts, explore improvement techniques and opportunities, and be part of the movement towards a more sustainable future!

Conclusion and Certification

MODULE 1 – Principles of Zero Emission Construction

  • Goals and advantages of zero-emission construction;
  • Practical guidelines and methodologies.

MODULE 2 – Low Carbon Footprint Materials and Technologies

  • Overview of materials and technologies reducing carbon footprint;
  • Comparison of different construction systems.

MODULE 3 – Construction of Energy-Efficient Structures

  • Designing and constructing buildings and facilities with high energy efficiency;
  • Assessment and certification of energy efficiency in construction.
Conclusion and Certification


Module 1: Basic Principles and Regulations for Municipal Water and Sewer Systems

  • Introduction to municipal water supply and sewer systems
  • Regulatory management and legislation for water services in municipalities
  • Strategies for alignment with the specific needs of municipal facilities

Module 2: Design and Construction of Municipal Water and Sewer Networks

  • Planning water supply and sewer networks and facilities
  • Planning wastewater treatment plants
  • Integration of green technologies for sustainability

Module 3: Management and Operation of Water and Sewer Systems

  • Efficient management and monitoring of water supply and sewer networks, associated facilities, and wastewater treatment plants
  • Development of operation and maintenance plans for water systems
  • Process optimization for efficiency improvement

Module 4: Innovations in Drinking Water Treatment, Wastewater, and Green Technologies

  • Innovative methods to improve the quality of drinking water
  • Implementation of renewable energy sources and green technologies
  • Development of projects with social, economic, and environmental benefits
Conclusion and Certification

Module 1: Specifics of Industrial Water Systems

  • Management of water systems in industrial facilities
  • Requirements for water needs in the industrial sector and technological demands
  • Alignment with the regulatory framework for industrial water systems

Module 2: Construction of Industrial Water Supply and Sewer Systems

  • Designing water systems for industrial facilities
  • Designing sewer systems for industrial facilities
  • Integration of technologies for efficiency improvement and sustainability

Module 3: Management and Operation of Industrial Water Systems

  • Development of operation and maintenance plans for water systems in industrial settings
  • Emergency management and preventive measures in industrial water systems
  • Utilization of monitoring systems for efficiency enhancement

Module 4: Innovations in Industrial Water Systems

  • Application of innovative methods to improve the efficiency of water systems in industrial settings
  • Implementation of renewable energy sources and green technologies in water processes
  • Development of projects focused on sustainability and conservation of water resources in industrial sectors
Conclusion and Certification


Module 1 – Quantitative and Qualitative Characteristics of Generated Solid Waste

  • Quantitative Characteristics Qualitative Characteristics Solid Waste Management

Module 2 – Technologies for Solid Waste Treatment

  • Incineration Pyrolysis
  • Gasification Plasma
  • Technologies
  • Biotechnological Methods
  • Landfilling

Module 3 – Comparative Assessment

  • Best Available Techniques
  • Comparative Analysis (SWOT Analysis)

Module 4 – Regulatory Framework

Conclusion and Certification

Module 1 – Composting Process

  • Factors influencing the composting process
  • Changes in the compostable waste during the composting process
  • Composting microorganisms

Module 2 – Raw Materials

  • Characteristics of raw materials
  • Common products for farm composting
  • Recipe formulation for composting
  • Sampling of raw materials intended for composting

Module 3 – Composting Methods

  • Passive composting through manure piles
  • Composting through trapezoidal rows
  • Passive composting through aerated trapezoidal rows
  • Aerated static trapezoidal rows
  • Container composting
  • Comparison of composting methods

Module 4 – Composting Activities

  • Storage and use of raw input material
  • Grinding / shredding
  • Mixing and forming piles
  • Screening
  • Drying
  • Packaging

Module 5 – Management

  • Safety and health
  • Seasonal and climatic-based management
  • Monitoring processes and addressing issues
  • Odor control
  • Nitrogen preservation
  • Determining when active composting is complete
  • Managing livestock manure with composting

Conclusion and Certification

Module 1 – Utilization of Compost

  • Benefits of compost
  • Quality of compost
  • Measuring the quality of compost
  • When compost is considered ready for use
  • Utilizing compost

Module 2 – Marketing

  • Market assessment and development
  • Retail sales vs. wholesale sales 
  • Selling your product

Module 3 – Economics of Farm Composting. Focus on production costs

  • Primary production costs
  • Comparing production costs among different composting methods
  • Examining real-life case studies

Module 4 – Other Waste Management and Composting Opportunities

  • Direct application on cultivated lands and other agriculture-based methods
  • Anaerobic digestion / Biogas production
  • Vermicomposting
  • Recycling waste as livestock and poultry bedding

Conclusion and Certification