Our NEC4 - Engineering & Construction Contract Introductory course provides a background to the NEC family and examines in detail the Engineering & Construction Contract, particularly the payment and compensation event provisions. The course also introduces the Professional Service Contract and other contracts within the NEC family.
Also available as an online training course.
Please note the online version of this training course will be split into modules.
A briefing on the family of contracts and all significant changes from NEC3.
The NEC family of contracts is used for a wide range of projects including civil engineering, process engineering and buildings.
Aims & Objectives:
At the end of the course, participants should be able to: -
- Understand the NEC4 family of documents and appreciate the differences between NEC4 and other forms of contract.
- Appreciate the use of the main and secondary options.
- Understand the core clauses of the Engineering & Construction Contract.
- Appreciate the use of the Contract Data, Scope, Works Information and Site Information
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of the key parties.
Session 1 Introduction to NEC4 family of contracts
Session 2 Roles under the ECC
Session 3 The NEC system and contract strategy – the options
Session 4 Contract documentation
Session 5 Communications
Session 6 General Provisions and Contractor’s Main Responsibilities
Session 7 Time and the Programme
Session 8 Testing and Defects
Session 9 Payment and Schedule of Cost Components
Session 10 Compensation Events
Mode of Delivery:
This course consists of lectures supported by interactive case studies.
Please note the online version of this course will be split into 4 modules
Practitioners who need an awareness of the concept and practical issues regarding the NEC Engineering & Construction Contract.
It would be beneficial for delegates to bring a copy of the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract, including Options A-F.
It would also be beneficial for delegates to come prepared to discuss any contractual issues from their practical experiences.