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Webinar - NEC4 PSC (Part 1-6) 1-Day Session

Webinar - NEC4 PSC (Part 1-6) 1-Day Session

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Presented by Barry Trebes

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Tuesday 6/12/2022 9:00 - 17:00 
Lunch 12:30 - 13:30

Part 1: How to put together an NEC4 PSC and choose the right main and secondary options (Free)

What’s it about?

This one-hour online training session introduces you to the common philosophies of the NEC family of contracts and focuses in more detail upon the key mechanics and provisions of the NEC4 Professional Services Contract  (PSC). This webinar 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 on a given contract. We will also take you through how to put together a contract agreement.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Explain and choose appropriate primary (A, C and E) options and secondary (X1-X20) options.
  2. Explain what are the key components of NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC) and the purpose of each of these parts.

Part 2: Understanding Client’s, Service Manager’s and Consultant’s Obligations under NEC4 PSC (Free)

What’s it about

This one-hour webinar provides a quick and punchy summary of the main roles and responsibilities of both the Client and the Consultant under the NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC). The session will take you through some of the general provisions, governing actions, identified and defined terms, communications, the roles of the Client, Service Manager and Consultant, Early warning, Consultant’s main responsibilities for Providing the Services, People and working with the Client and Others.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Explain how contract notices and communication work under PSC
  2. Detail what an Early Warning is and what should be included on an EWN
  3. Understand what the key obligations of the Consultant are and
  4. Outline the key rights and responsibilities of the Client and Service Manager

Part 3: How to produce and update your Programme  and Quality Management: Managing Defects under NEC4 PSC and producing Good Scope (Free)

What’s it about

This one-hour webinar provides a quick and easy walk you through programming obligations work under NEC4 PSC and provide an overview of the main provisions of under section 3 of the PSC: producing a programme, updating the programme, programme acceptance and how float is incorporated into the programme. This webinar will also allow you to appreciate what the Professional Services Contract says about Quality Management and the management of Defects. We will also explore how to put together the Scope and some key pointers when doing so.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Understand the subtle yet definitive difference between planned Completion and Completion Date.
  2. Explain the reasons under the contract for which a programme could be not accepted,
  3. Outline the fundamental importance to both Parties of the regular acceptance of the programme,
  4. Explain the different types of float that will be created within the programme
  5. To understand the importance of the quality management system and quality plan.
  6. To understand the process for correcting Defects
  7. To understand the process for accepting Defects
  8. Understand what constitutes good Scope

Part 4: How to pay the Consultant under NEC4 PSC  and a quick overview of the SoCC

What’s it about

This one-hour online webinar introduces you to the payment provisions of the NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC). This webinar provides an overview of the main payment options A,  C & E.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Explain what the PSPD is under each of the main options and how this affects assessing the amount due
  2. Outline the timetable for assessment and payment
  3. Understand the key features of Schedule of Cost Components (SCC) and Short Schedule of Cost Components (SSCC)

Part 5: Getting to Grips with Compensation Events under NEC4 PSC  and how they work with the SoCC

What’s it about

This one-hour webinar session introduces you to compensation event process for managing change under the NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC). This webinar provides an overview of the main provisions under section 6 of the PSC Contract. After completing this webinar, you'll understand the compensation process of PSC inside out.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Explain what Compensation Events are
  1. Outline and follow the key steps in the Compensation Event Process (Notify, Quote and Assess)
  2. Explain the method of assessment
  3. Be aware of the sanctions for non-compliance

Part 6: What to do when things go wrong on an PSC (Rights to material, Liabilities and insurance, Termination and Disputes)

What’s it about

This one-hour webinar session introduces you to the common philosophies of the NEC family of contracts and focuses in more detail upon the key mechanics and provisions of the NEC4 Professional Services Contract (PSC). This webinar will walk you through the provision for dealing with rights to material, how liabilities and insurance and risk is managed under the contract and what adjudication is and what it aims to achieve.

You will learn

By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  1. Explain the key provision for dealing with title and ownership
  2. Outline how insurance and risk is managed
  3. Understand what adjudication is and what it aims to achieve
  4. Outline the key provisions and timescales for an adjudication under option W2