Central Mediterranean Business School (CMBS) has signed a co-operation agreement with the Malta Chamber of Construction Management (MCCM) in the drive towards educational initiatives targeting the upscaling of the local construction management industry.
CMBS will be joining MCCM to offer the local market in-demand courses in construction management. These will be provided at various levels.
The agreement is another step toward expanding educational opportunities, most notably the availability of courses at reduced rates for our members.
The agreement will create opportunities for market research that will benefit the Chamber, CMBS, and the industry itself.
The agreement was signed by MCCM President Jesmond Chetcuti together with Education and Development Officer Clarabel Versace. The agreement is another significant step forward for MCCM members, as it expands their prospects and encourages the continued development of the construction industry management workforce.
“The building and construction industry is becoming ever more complex and must pivot into new practices that enable better project management, safer practices, sustainability, and professionalism. This leap can only be sustained if we springboard using work-based learning that is relevant, practical, and of relevance to the people who work in this industry. For this reason, CMBS has geared its programmes and curricula to fill this void”, concluded CMBS CEO Morgan Parnis.