Procurement, Contracts and Project Management

Procurement, Contracts and Project Management
This eLearning programme has been specifically developed by the ICE to broaden your understanding of procurement, contracts and project management.

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The course covers procurement methods, construction law and the most commonly used construction contracts, and a range of considerations for project planning and project management, such as supply chain set up and process mapping.


This eLearning course is part of the ICE Mini-MBA in Infrastructure bundle.

This eLearning course covers the following topics:

  • Defining the system boundaries and project scope - feasibility, design, build, operate, maintenance, decommissioning asset management
  • Nature of international construction projects
  • Procurement methods
  • Effects of contractual risk allocation on the procurement process
  • International construction law
  • The common construction contracts including NEC, FIDIC and JCT16
  • Contractual procedures
  • Insurance and indemnity
  • Processes involved in supply chain set-up
  • Project planning/scheduling techniques and project performance management
  • Lean construction and process mapping
  • Building Information Modelling and management and security of data
  • Managing quality
  • Negotiation techniques
  • Commercialism, liability, change, risk attitudes
  • Dispute management and resolution

Duration

The eLearning license is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

At the end of the module you should:

  • Understand a range of procurement methods
  • Understand risk allocation
  • Understand the supply chain
  • Understand several project planning techniques
  • Understand BIM and security management

This course has been developed for:

  • Engineers progressing into project management
  • Engineers progressing into procurement
  • Engineers progressing into contract management

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