Construction Contract Strategy in an International Market
The programme will introduce you to the various standard forms of contract and will highlight their differences. These include:
Construction projects involve large capital sums, and strong commercial management is essential for success. The construction contract monitors, controls and administers the project and also defines the relationship between client, consultant and contractor.
Despite the common aim to 'get finished on time and to budget' many projects take longer than anticipated and exceed cost expectations.
There is therefore a need to develop a clear construction strategy at the outset. This accessible eLearning course, providing a quick and easy to understand overview of construction contract strategies, will equip you with the essential knowledge to fulfil that need.
By the end of the programme you will be able to apply your skills internationally, and select the most appropriate contract for your project portfolio.
This is a single-module training course broken down into the following sessions:
- Session 1 - High level business strategy
- Session 2 - Portfolio analysis
- Session 3 - Procurement options
- Session 4 - Standard forms of contract
- Session 5 - NEC3
- Session 6 - FIDIC
- Session 7 - ACE
- Session 8 - JCT
- Session 9 - PPC2000
This short online course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Please note that the licence is valid for 6 months only from date of purchase.
By the end of this online training course, delegates should know:
- Why a contract strategy is needed
- How to conduct a comprehensive portfolio analysis
- The procurement options available to you
- The differences between various forms of standard contracts
- How to create a solid construction contract strategy
This eLearning course has been specifically developed for those in the early stages of their professional development needing a broad introduction to the contractual approaches of the construction industry. It will be of particular benefit if you are seeking to understand the contract forms NEC3, FIDIC, ACE, JCT, or PPC2000.
Delegates will include:
- Graduate engineers
- Civil , structural and building engineers
- Project managers
- Quantity surveyors
- Construction professionals