Engineering Due Diligence Workshop
R2A partners with Engineering Education Australia (EEA) to deliver this two day Engineering Due Diligence Workshop. This is a workshop for Directors and Senior Managers to ensure due diligence processes are implemented as part of good governance.
Public Workshop Dates 2020
Due to the current COVID-19 global pandemic and the latest government announcements, R2A and Engineering Education Australia has temporary postponed all scheduled public workshops.
We, at R2A, are currently reviewing the option for online workshops and hope to announce some training options during this period.
In the meantime, you can watch our webinar recording: Introduction to Engineering Due Diligence here.
Bookings can be made directly via Engineering Education Australia or see below for further workshop information. We also run private inhouse workshops tailored specifically to your organisation’s needs.
“Highly recommend this workshop to anybody who has an interest in risk management and due diligence.”
Craig Roberts, Rail Systems Project Manager/Construction Manager, Metro
“I cynically chose to do this course to obtain CPD hours, but wound up learning practical and logical processes to apply due diligence in my work. This course turned around my mindset on this topic. I can now see how the application of due diligence will have a positive effect on my corporate governance and my project work.”Phil (organisation withheld)
Current Risk Issues of Concern Include:
- How to ensure that the enormous corporate effort being put into risk management is efficient and effective.
- Understand what constitutes due diligence under Australian High Court case (common) law.
- How to resolve the differences between the financial, environmental, project and safety due diligence risk paradigms.
- Resolving inconsistencies between the Risk Management Standard and due diligence requirements in legislation, including the model WHS Act and with particular reference to the Victorian Grimes review on electricity and gas network safety and regulation.
- Dealing with project schedule and cost overruns. This is much to do with the over-reliance on Monte Carlo simulations and the Risk Management Standard which logically and necessarily overlook potential project show-stoppers.
- Demonstrating that compliance ≠ due diligence especially for safety-in-design.
- Constructively resolving the SFAIRP v ALARP debate.
Who Should Attend?
What is the Cost?
$2,355 for non-members
$2,237.25 for EA members
How to register?
Register your spot directly with Engineering Education Australia via this link. If you would like further information on the workshop or about our tailored in-house courses and briefings, call us on 1300 772 333 or fill out our contact form and we’ll be in touch.
Want a sneak preview of the course?
Watch this 50 minute recording of our Introduction to Engineering Due Diligence webinar. (Press play to start the broadcast replay.)
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I attended the Engineering Due Diligence Workshop run by Richard Robinson of R2A with the view of gaining new insights into managing corporate risks. I gained a lot out of the two days and in particular the points raised by various discussion and case studies given by Richard. A very worthwhile two days.David Nordio, Acting Infrastructure Delivery Manager, Port of Melbourne Corporation
I attended the Engineering Education Australia/R2A workshop and found it to be insightful, practical and very helpful. The workshop format lead to many interesting discussions over the two days and participants were able to take away ideas and new techniques that could be implemented immediately. The content was very relevant and the R2A text is a useful resource as well.David Howard, Group Manager, Risk and Systems, Grollo Leisure and Tourism
I attended the Engineering Education Australia/R2A workshop and found it to be a good mix of theory and practical insights. I particularly enjoyed the case studies and interaction with the other workshop participants. Richard’s style of presentation lead to some interesting discussion and I would recommend the workshop to my colleagues. Overall, the workshop was excellent.Christopher Clyde, Defence Material Organisation