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Managing Projects with JCT Contracts


College of Contract Management

Summary

Price
£107 inc VAT
Or £35.67/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
20 Hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
20 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price & must be purchased separately

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Overview

This short course will train you of the principles and responsibilities imposed by law, codes of practice and other regulations appropriate to your area of practice.

CPD

20 CPD hours / points
Accredited by College of Contract Management United Kingdom

Description

Through a combination of online lectures, lecture materials and assessments, course participants will be able to understand different parties’ duty, contractual entitlements, claim opportunities, mitigation of damages and other worst scenarios, in your area of practice.

The course lectures will be conducted by Senior Contract Managers who have expertise in JCT contracts and extensive experience as general contractors.

CPD Hours

This course will assist you with gaining your CPD hours. If you are hoping to become a chartered member of any professional institutions, you will be required records of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) that you keep records of time spent accumulating CPD hours. The course carries 20 CPD hours which will count towards your Continuing Professional Development. You will be received a signed Certificate at the end of your successful assessment that includes CPD hours.

Successful Outcomes

This course will provide successful following outcomes:

  • Understanding procurement and tendering procedures and practice.
  • Understanding and knowledge of how to evaluate PPQs and analyse ITTs.
  • Understanding bid basics, time scales and resources.
  • Understanding buyers and sellers perspectives and overseas implications.
  • Develop the ability for quantitate and qualitative assessment, review and continual improvement.
  • Knowledge in structure, impact, production, and evaluation of bid.
  • Able to structure bid documentation effectively and control a structured submission.
  • Able to improve your tender answers for high scoring in tender competitions.
  • Able to evaluate and analyse bid requirements.
  • Able to manage an effective bid and response.

Who is this course for?

Professionals working in the construction industry

Career path

CPD Hours

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Margaret asked:

I am an Assistant QS and about to oversee a project using a JCT subcontractor contract. Will this course provide me the information I will need?

Answer:

This is a short CPD course. Finally, upon completion of this CPD course, you will: Understand the benefits of a JCT contract and the risks of not having one on a building project. Be aware of the concerns all parties may have that should be included in the contract. Be able to foresee any conflicts that may arise on a building project. Assign which party has which responsibilities. Know how to word the contract in order to make these responsibilities clear and not open to interpretation.

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Tony asked:

Will this course give me enough knowledge to understand tendering and dealing with the contracts presented to me?

Answer:

Hi Tony, Thank you for your enquiry. As a short course, the course will give you sufficient knowledge in managing projects with JCT contracts. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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What are CPD hours/points?

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