Consultants Course for Registration for the ISO 20700 standard

Bridge gap

Start Date: 02 Jul 2019

Start Time: 9:00 AM

End Time: 4:00 PM

Duration: 7 hours

Capacity: 21

Venue: CMI 3rd Floor, 77 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6SR › View map

Member price: £20.00

Non-member price: £25.00

Event Capacity: Full

The ISO 20700 Standard

  • Provenance - why it was needed and how it fits with other ISO standards and CMC 
  • Principles – Aim and Approach
  • Parts - Structure and Content 
  • Practical use – CMC-Global Project Self-Declaration Checklist

CMC-Global Project Self-Declaration Checklist

  • User Guidelines
  • Case Studies

Promotion of ISO 20700 and CMC-Global Checklist

By the end of the day delegates will have learnt how to complete the CMC-Global - Project Self-declaration Checklist for different types of assignment and will be eligible to receive a CMC-Global Certificate as a Consultant trained in ISO 20700 by CMC-Global.

Speakers

Nicholas W

Nicholas Warn

Nicholas is a Chartered Engineer and Certified Management Consultant. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Consulting - a member of ICAC, and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants. He is a Master Assessor for the EFQM Excellence Award and former Chief Assessor of CMC and ACP for the UK Institute of Consulting. He is Chairman of the ICMCI Professional Standards Committee with responsibility for the ICMCI Competence Framework and CMC Manual and providing training in the use of the new ISO 20700 Standard.
Nicholas is Managing Director of Keypath Ltd. a consultancy practice with a strong reputation and an extensive track record of completing successful projects in business transformation and performance improvement in a variety of sectors. He also has consultancy collaborations in East Europe and the Middle East.
He is a CMC, a Fellow of the UK Institute of Consulting and Chair of the CMC-Global Professional Standards Committee. He is a Lead Trainer for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for whom he provides training in to management consultants in 17 countries stretching from Morocco to Mongolia.

Before establishing his consultancy firm, Nicholas followed a successful management career in industry with Dunlop in the UK, India and Germany, before becoming a director of a division of Reed International, and later the director of the UK manufacturing and bureau operations of the USA based Datacard Corporation.

Apart from his commercial consultancy work Nicholas is also a Director of the SCRATCH charity in his home city of Southampton, which provides furniture and household necessities for needy people as well as training for underprivileged people to enable them to enter employment.

Nicholas is married with two grown-up children and four grandsons. His hobbies are playing golf and growing fruit and vegetables.

Additional Information


Facilities

  • Catering provided

Enquiries contact

Questions about this event should be addressed to CMI Events at cmievents@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 01536 207485.

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