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Contract Management

Duration: 2 days
Course Code: PMPCM
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Background
This 2-day training event has been developed to improve project delivery performance and efficiency by increasing the knowledge and skills of project/related staff in the areas of contract law and contract management.

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  Venue  Date  Price  Availability
Arrow London - Waterloo, London 28 September 2006 £635
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Learning Objectives
By the end of the course, delegates will:
• Understand the importance of the contract.
• Identify contractual obligations.
• Use common legal/contractual terminology.
• Understand the importance of the contract in the procurement process.
• Understand the key areas of risk in a contract.
• Understand the key role that the contracting process plays in project success.
 
Topics Covered
This highly interactive course covers the following areas:
• Course and Personal Introductions/Expectations.
• Role and Value of Contracts: Definitions, Relationships, Importance.
• People and Authority: Principals, Agents, 3rd Parties, Privity.
• Legal Concepts of Contracts: Framework, Key Components.
• Contract Construction: Essential Clauses, Misrepresentation, Breach, Damages, Statutory Controls.
• Procurement – The Contract in Context: Strategy, Options, Tendering Process, Evaluation.
• Managing Risk Through Effective Drafting: Principles, Risk, Costing Models, Supply Chains, Intellectual Property Rights.
• Controlling the Contract: Contract Management, Responsibilities, Monitoring and Control, Variations, Termination.
• Personal Action Plans, Feedback and Course Closure.
 
Attendance
The course is designed for anyone in a project management role requiring a working knowledge of Contract Law and Contract Management.


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