Are you looking to become more proficient in the use of FIDIC, NEC, JBCC and GCC? This course explains, the classification and types of contracts, the major differences, common pitfalls to avoid, use of form versus bespoke contracts and the benefits of choosing one over the other contract. The appointment, role and function of the employer’s agent/ contract administrator, requirements relating to the preparation, revision and use of the program, variations, extension of time, claims/compensation, the remedying of defects, payment provisions and termination, and contractual provisions dealing with the referral and resolution of disputes.
Why Should an Individual Attend?
You will become more proficient in the use of all four building and engineering contracts used in South Africa - FIDIC, NEC, JBCC and GCC.
On completion of this course, you will be able to understand the major differences between the four forms of building and engineering contracts typically used in South Africa and understand the benefits of choosing one particular form over the other.
The appointment, role, and function of the employer’s agent/ contract administrator under the following contracts:
Provisions relating to the giving of notices, instructions, and other types of communications under the contract.
Requirements relating to the preparation, revision and use of the Program under each of the following contracts:
Early warnings – what are they and when must they be notified.
Variations and how to deal with them under the following four contacts:
Payment provisions and determination of the amount due to contractors under the following contracts:
Who Should Attend?