This program examines the early stages of setting up a contract. It helps prepare participants for the phases of establishing, planning and procuring the necessary elements to increase the likelihood of the contract achieving its objectives.

Overview

The likelihood of a successful, conflict free contract grows significantly when successful planning, negotiation and set up of contracts occurs. Participants will be given practical tools and techniques, using real contract examples, to maximise the learning and transfer of knowledge to their own contracts.

Who Will Benefit

Project managers, site supervisors, mine managers, line managers, engineers, senior administrators and otherprofessionals who engage contractors or who are contractors themselves. 

This is a professional development support program to those undertaking the Diploma of Contract Management.

Program Content

  • Contract budgeting
  • Establishing forecasts and monitoring performance against budget
  • Planning and assembling a contract team
  • Leading the performance and development of the contract team
  • Planning procurement requirements
  • Establishing processes for procurement
  • Implementing and monitoring procurement
  • Negotiating contract terms and procurement.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Prepare a comprehensive contract budget and procurement plan
  • Monitor contract progress against budget and agreed performance criteria
  • Implement the terms and conditions of the contract
  • Negotiate contract terms and performance criteria.

Assessment

Additional fee applies for assessment (4 units of competency):

$840 Non Member
$700 Corporate/Professional Member 

Program Number
189
Duration

2 Days

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    Location

    AIM WA Floreat

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