Lesson 1:  Identify labour requirements. 

  • Labour resource schedule is developed in accordance with works programme.

  • Labour requirements are estimated and planned according to the resource schedule. 

  • Labour costs are contained within tendered budgets.

  • Labour requirements and costs are communicated to HR according to organizational procedures. 


Lesson 2:  Recruit, select and induct team members

  • Selection criteria are developed in line with project requirements, organizational and H.R procedures. 

  • Team members are recruited according to project requirements and H.R. procedures and policies. 

  • Contractual obligations are explained to the new recruit according to relevant labour legislation. 

  • New team members are inducted in accordance with organizational procedures. 

Lesson 3: Supervise work team and monitor performance

  • A professional workplace environment is explained in terms of a simulation and/or case study to maximizing productivity, maintaining comfort and minimizing risks. 

  • Performance of team members are monitored and corrective action is taken in terms of a simulation and/or case study. 

  • Feedback to team members is provided in terms of workplace performance according to organizational procedures.

  • Team conflict and grievances are addressed and/or reported according to organizational procedures


Lesson 4: Train, coach and develop team members. 

  • Workplace skills of team members are evaluated to identify knowledge and skills gaps according to specific trade requirements. 

  • On-job training and coaching schedule is compiled in terms of identified re-skilling and up skilling requirements. 

  •  Mentoring is conducted in terms of re-skilling and up-skilling requirements. 

  • Skills development of team members are monitored according to the re-skilling and up-skilling requirements.