|Code||Start Date||End Date||Location||Venue||Price||Languages||Register|
|PM 173 - 03||25-08-2019||29-08-2019||5 Stars Hotel||Cairo||$ 4750||English||Register|
|PM 173 - 01||02-02-2020||06-02-2020||5 Stars Hotel||Oman||$ 4950||English||Register|
|PM 173 - 04||13-10-2019||17-10-2019||5 Stars Hotel||Cairo||$ 4750||English||Register|
|PM 173 - 02||05-04-2020||09-04-2020||5 Stars Hotel||Kuala Lambur||$ 5450||English||Register|
In many occasions, project managers or the end users usually care less on how the contract will be structured and written. Project managers or the end users tend to forward the contract management process to the procurement, legal & contract department since they assume that such process relates to procurement and/or legal/contractual matters. However, the contract management process is not only a simple contract writing process but it involves a bigger picture of the process. The project managers and/or the end users' participation in that process determines whether the entire contract management process is a success.
As the executor of the project & user of certain services, project managers and/or end users are highly recommended to participate in the contract management process starting from the beginning of the contract development & bidding process up to the negotiation process, contract execution and close out. This way all requirements related to the project will be well covered in the contract and there will be no flaws that may create disputes at present or in the future. One thing to remember is that project managers & end users are the persons responsible to run and manage the contract for the entire period of the project.
Therefore project leaders & end users are recommended to understand about the contract and its financial & legal implications in addition to the scope of work and financing management.
This interactive Training will be highly interactive, with opportunities to advance your opinions and ideas and will include;
BTS attendance certificate will be issued to all attendees completing minimum of 80% of the total course duration.
The program is designed for Engineering, Operational, Maintenance, Purchasing, and Contracts personnel at all levels who are involved in the planning, development, approval, and management or contracts that cover the acquisition of materials, equipment, software, and services and who are in organizations whose leadership want high levels of competency in those involved in these activities.
Supply Chain Management
What is Supply Chain Management
Procurement Process - Stage 1
Procurement Process - Stage 2
Letters of Intent
Types of Contract
Provisions of a Contract
Contract Expiry or Termination
Negotiation Skills and Techniques
Bonds, Penalty & Liquidated Damages
Basic International Contract Types
Class Activities: Negotiation is Fun
Participants are required to participant in class room discussions by reviewing a draft agreement and role play on negotiation process.