the Asia Pacific Federation of Proj-ect Managers (apfpm) and Ikatan Ahli Manajemen Proyek Indonesia (IAMPI).53ICPMA YearbookYear 20186
• CM Supply to Overseas Con-struction MarketsSince 2013, the overseas CM supply project has promoted the develop-ment of the construction industry by supplying Korea’s CM system with the government’s budget support to establish Korean construction com-panies’ overseas advancement. This supply project is to provide: 1) a CM operation manual, 2) manpower and technology de-velopment programme, education and training, and 3) a related system (or legal) framework to define the contents of 1) and 2). The CM system makes the formation of the CM market possible with the implementation of the relevant system (or statute) needed in each location. Starting with the successful com-pletion of projects in Cambodia in 2013, Myanmar followed in 2015 and Vietnam in 2016. In 2018, CMAK is carrying out a CM supply project in Indonesia and is also currently do-ing post-management in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Vietnam.• CM Professional Training and Construction Project Manager QualificationIn December 1997, CMAK was des-ignated by the Government to carry out continuous education and CM specialised training to foster CM professional manpower. Educational training courses last 35 hours over 5 days and consist of basic to advanced level teaching. The curriculum focuses on the core theory of construction project man-agement and uses case-centered tech-niques to provide practical training. Since 2004, qualification tests for the CM have been used to cultivate out-standing specialists. The tests target those who have com-pleted the relevant education in areas such as construction, design, CM, finance, contract, accounting, and anyone with experience in construc-tion-related projects.In September 2018, ICPMA and CMAK signed a MOU to work to-gether in respect of construction project management initiatives and international liaison of best practice54ICPMA YearbookYear 2018
2018What we focus onThat´s what our Yearbook is all about.• Innovative ideas and quality which make our projects successful.• Award Winning Projects.• Success factors and lessons learnt.• Partnership and cooperation create profit for all.55
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A research project is currently under-way in the Dublin Institute of Tech-nology to examine the potential for this change in approach. The objective of the project is the development and testing of a working model radically changing the means by which the cli-ent’s actual needs are accurately cap-tured at the outset of a development project. Adam Goff is the Principal Researcher and is working under the guidance of Dr Louis Gunnigan. Both are ICPMA members.