It is a fact that effective contracts management is one of the most important and treasured skills in today’s modern business environment. Contracts management is becoming more important than ever and every individual in the organisation can have an impact on the contract. We need to get the most from our contracts in order to become ever more efficient in the increasingly competitive globalised world. The way we manage our contracting processes can be the difference between success and failure. You want to ensure that your contracting management skills and techniques are sound and fit for the modern world. This training course will help you to achieve your goals.
What are the Goals?
By attending this COPEX training course, delegates will be able to:
Action Contract Changes and Variations More Effectively
Develop Understanding of Contract Structures
Explore Contract Monitoring Techniques
Understand Contract Termination Issues
Analyse Claims and Disputes
Who is this Training Course for?
This COPEX training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals, but will greatly benefit:
Contract Managers and Contract Administrators
Project Managers and Project Professionals
Engineering, Operational, Finance, and Maintenance Professionals
Purchasing Professionals and Procurement
Amongst a wide range of valuable topics, the following will be prioritised:
Managing Contract Risk
Using the Appropriate Contract Structure
Adopting the Best Contract Management Process
Negotiating with the Contractor
Dealing with Dispute Scenarios
Managing Claims Effectively
Analysis Contract Variations and Changes
Understanding Contract Termination Issues
Applying Force Majeure Principles
Utilising Performance Based Criteria and Contracts
COPEX Certificate of Attendance will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course
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