Contract Management Courses
Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice in Contract Management (6 months course, total fee: £ 2,270, No. of modules: 8)
The Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice Contract Management course will give you the skills you need in order to progress your career in Contract Management. You will therefore build the competencies you need to become, for example, a Contract Manager, Project Manager, Claim Consultant or Project Control Engineer.
Professional Practice in FIDIC Contracts (4 months course, total fee: £ 1,378, No. of modules: 8)
At The College of Contract Management, we offer a course in Professional Practice in FIDIC Contracts. So, what does it mean? Simply put, FIDIC stands for Fédération Internationale Des Ingénieurs-Conseils (International Federation of Consulting Engineers). In short, FIDIC Contracts are the standard contracts used in the construction sector, by both contractors and sub-contractors. The organisation was originally founded in 1913 and has operated worldwide ever since to create effective contracts. Furthermore, knowledge of FIDIC Contracts is a valuable asset to any member of the construction sector; working with one at some point is almost guaranteed.
Professional Diploma in NEC Contracts (4 months course, total fee: £1,090, No. of modules: 8)
NEC Contracts are a range of contracts used for effective project management. Their main goal is to allow projects to be completed on time, within budget and to the highest standards. Moreover, the contracts are diverse and can be used for a variety of different processes throughout the project lifecycle. For example, for works, services, the supply of goods and more.
Professional Diploma in JCT Contracts (4 months course, total fee: £ 990, No. of modules: 8)
JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal) Contracts are used within construction projects to facilitate agreements between various parties. They can be used for agreements between all parties in the construction process. JCT are a leading provider in standard contracts with the main goal of reducing the costs of entering into contracts. Moreover, the newest version of JCT contracts is the 2016 edition, however, JCT has been creating standard forms of contract since 1931.