Professional Diploma in NEC Contracts
Subscription Fee: Pay Monthly: an upfront fee of £256 and a monthly direct debit of £256 for 4 consecutive months (Month 1 – Month 4, inclusive).
What are NEC Contracts?
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. In addition, the main NEC contracts include Engineering & Construction, Term Service and Professional Services. Furthermore, the most common use of NEC Contracts is for appointing contractors for construction work.
Now that you have a brief overview of NEC Contracts, here are some details about the course itself.
The Professional Diploma
The Professional Diploma in NEC Contracts will give you the skills you need to use NEC Contracts effectively. Moreover, the course will give you an understanding of the different types of contract, how to use them, the common issues that arise and the legal background.
Additionally, you will learn about the responsibilities of parties entering the contracts and also learn how to solve problems.
This is a highly popular course due to the importance of understanding NEC contracts in multiple industries. For anyone working within the construction industry, it is likely you will come across NEC Contracts. Therefore, it is vital that you can navigate them effectively. In addition, knowledge of these contracts is valuable for companies who want their projects to be completed to the highest standards, within budget.
The course is delivered online. This means that it is available for professionals all over the world. Moreover, this professional qualification adds a valuable asset to your CV that can increase your employability.
- Understand a variety of NEC Contracts
- Have a clear understanding of parties obligations within a contract
- Project teams are able to increase their employability
- Understand how to choose the appropriate contract for the situation
- Understanding of risk management and dispute resolution
- Have a clear understanding of NEC Contract objectives
NEC Contracts Course Content
NEC Contracts Course Content
In order to take this course, you must work in the construction industry. Importantly, if you have any questions about your eligibility, do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
The Studying Process
The first step is to be enrolled on the course. After this, you will be given access to our learning platform called Moodle. Here, you will be able to access lecture materials and recordings. Therefore, whenever you want to catch up on work or refresh your memory, you can access Moodle.
In terms of the lectures, they are live online. Moreover, you will be given a meeting invitation from your course administrator each week and you will be able to attend the lecture in real-time. Furthermore, the lecturer will share slides with you and you will be given a chance to ask the lecturer questions at the end.
Lectures will usually be held on weekends. This is to allow as many students as possible to access the sessions. Alongside these lectures, you should undertake a significant number of hours of independent study.
The Assessment Process
In terms of the NEC Contracts course assessment process, you will submit an assignment online. Therefore, you do not have to travel anywhere to complete the assessment process. After that, once the assessors are happy that your understanding and performance reaches a particular level, you will be awarded a certificate.
The NEC Contracts course will take around 3-4 months to complete. However, this duration may differ depending on how many hours a week you can dedicate to studying. It is common for students to finish the course at different times.
The total cost is £991
Pay Monthly: an upfront fee of £256 and a monthly direct debit of £256 for 4 consecutive months (Month 1 – Month 4, inclusive).