Run as 6 sessions over a whole day this series is hosted by Barry Trebes
What’s this training programme about?
This series of fast paced and practical webinars introduces you to key mechanics and provisions of the NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC). It is used to manage services between the Client (the Client could be an Client under PSC, or Main Contractor or Subcontractor who appoints a Consultant to provide a service e.g. design services) and an organisation providing a professional service of any kind and is not necessarily limited to construction activities.
In this series of online webinars, you will gain a practical understanding of the key aspects of PSC from both Parties perspectives. We will explore the importance of administering this form of contract during the life of a project rather than “leaving it in a drawer”, as in our view being contractual should be viewed very much as being proactive rather than being considered negatively. These sessions will review the contract strategy options between the primary PSC options A, C and E as well as the choice of secondary options that are available, all of which alter the risk profile and the payment mechanisms.
Part 3: How to produce and update your Programme and Quality Management: Managing Defects under NEC4 PSC and producing Good Scope.
Part 6: What to do when things go wrong on an PSC (Rights to material, Liabilities and insurance, Termination and Disputes)
This webinar programme is recommended for everyone currently or about to be working under a PSC contract including Client 's, Contractors, Project Manager’s, , Main Contractors and Subcontractors who are providing works for a project or for any other reason who want to get a better grip of this contract. These sessions will be suitable for those who are relatively new to these forms of contract as well as those who are already more experienced in the contract and looking to enhance their level of knowledge and understanding.
This 6-part course is a mix of free content and premium learning and to access the entire days training, a subscription will be needed prior to the event and the course will then be available on demand for subscribers only
Part 1 begins on 4 May at 9 AM. Register for Free here
With subscriptions from just £25 per month this is a great way of accessing a library of subjects and training material together with whitepapers, templates and technical helpdesk support Find out more