This intensive five-day training course is designed to assist contracts professionals cope with the increasing complexity of commercial and business relationships as trade becomes ever more international. All business professionals need to understand what a contract does (and does not) require them and the other party to the contract to do, and the consequences for both parties of any failure.
This COPEX training course will feature:
The Differences in Approach Between Different Legal and Contracting Systems
Risk Allocation in Contract Management and Dispute Resolution in Contractual Disputes
Contracting in an International Context
Protecting Your Company’s Interests
An Understanding of Contracting in the English Language
What are the Goals?
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
Improve Their Understanding of the Role of Contracts Within a Business
Develop More Confidence in Dealing With Contracting Issues
Understand How Strategies Can Be Developed to Improve the Commercial Outcomes
Apply the Latest International Thinking in Dispute Resolution
Increase Awareness of the Use of Contracts in Everyday Business Life
Who is this Training Course for?
This COPEX training course will benefit All Levels of Personnel engaged in Contract Management, Negotiation, Procurement, Operations, and Disputes.
This training course is suitable to a wide range of contracts professionals but will greatly benefit:
Contract Administrators, Contract Professionals and Project Coordinators
Specifiers, Buyers, Purchasing Professionals and Procurement Officers
Engineers or Contracts Operatives
COPEX Certificate of Attendance will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course
Delegates who fully attend this course, and successfully pass the CPDC assessment, will receive a certificate from COPEX Professional Development Certification (CPDC)®
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