Developing Responsible and Professional CWEG People
——The closing ceremony of the first project construction managers training course
On July 27,
the first project construction managers training course (lasting for one year and
ten months) organized by the Water Environment Institute (hereinafter referred
to as “the Institute”) came to an end. 7 trainees passed the
centralized assessment and thesis defense.
CWEG Vice President Shao Yanqing attended the closing ceremony and had amiable exchanges with trainees. The project manager is the person in charge of the construction site and helps the group find solutions through the site survey. As Shao Yanqing pointed out, firstly, the project manager shall have a strong sense of responsibility in line with the talent strategy of developing “responsible, professional and entrepreneurial staff” put forward by Chairman Hou Feng. Secondly, the project manager shall equip themselves with extensive expertise and endeavor to build high-quality projects, while being aware of and strictly complying with national laws & regulations, industry requirements, and group systems. Employee growth takes time, and everyone is encouraged to continue self-learning to foster his/her development.
CWEG Construction Management Department colleague Zhang Xiao and Audit Department colleague Fang Yunzhou were also invited to attend this ceremony for further exchanges.
Chen Qinghua, Assistant Director of the Institute’s Office, introduced the design, organization and implementation of this training course. According to him, in terms of course design, the Institute listened carefully to expert advice from relevant departments, and selected targeted courses through interviewing and surveying trainees. In terms of course implementation, it “insisted on” the following five points: 1) insisting on combining online course with offline course to synergize the training and make trainees fully energized; 2) insisting on conducting site surveys to find feasible solutions; 3) insisting on developing trainees’ ability to practice, think and solve problems, thus coming out with viable solutions; 4) insisting on trainee assessment to verify training quality; and 5) insisting on boosting training output and presenting results through papers and reports. He also indicated that the Institute would conduct project review in a targeted way to improve the process of project implementation, so as to better satisfy the group’s strategic development needs and continue to build high-quality projects in a steady manner.