Ever since the first NEC contract was published in 1993, it has been a radical departure from existing construction and engineering contracts, being highly flexible, written in plain language and designed to promote good management.
The NEC4 Term Service Contract was published in 2017 and it has brought the benefits of the NEC approach to facilities management and maintenance contracts which have historically suffered from most of the same flaws as traditional construction contracts.
This training programme introduces you to the key mechanics and provisions of the NEC4 Term Service Contract (TSC). We will explore the importance of administering this contract rather than “leaving it in the bottom drawer”, as in our view being contractual should be viewed very much as being proactive rather than being considered negatively.
This programme is made up of a series of 6 webinars including:
- Course 1: how the TSC is structured – the options and documents
- Course 2: roles and responsibilities of the Service Manager and Contractor under the TSC
- Course 3: managing the Contractor’s plan and quality under the TSC
- Course 4: how pricing and payment works under the TSC
- Course 5: getting to grips with compensation events under the TSC
- Course 6: writing and managing task orders under the TSC
This webinar programme is recommended for everyone currently or about to be working under an TSC 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 April 2023 at 9 AM. Register for free here
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