current nec3 programmes

This programme is ideal for those who have contract management experience, who use the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and a background in leading and engaging teams, looking to achieve accredited status with NEC. 

Delegates include project managers, quantity surveyors, civil engineers and construction managers.
 
Watch Graham Belle - NEC Project Manager of the year for 2016, a Chartered Surveyor from the Department of Health, give his reasons for enrolling in the programme and why he would recommend it to other project and commercial managers.

Find out more about the UK programme.
Find out more about the HK programme. Endorsed by the Institute of the Clerk of Works and Construction Inspectorate of GB (ICWCI) in the UK, this programme is ideal for clerks of works, construction inspectors and architectural technicians, wishing to undertake the role of Supervisor under the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC), or already practising in this role.
 
Watch Mike Lally - NEC Supervisor of the year for 2017 from Pembrokeshire City Council, shares his thoughts about the programme.
 
Find out more about the UK programme.
Find out more about the HK programme. This programme is ideal for those working in facilities and asset management, with experience of, or already practising in, a management role using the Term Service Contract (TSC).
 
Watch Steven Brant - NEC Service Manager of the year for 2017, from Environment Agency, gives his reasons attending the course and what every future delagte should expect from it.

Find out more about the UK programme.
Find out more about the HK programme.

Qualification

Upon successful completion, participants are eligible for inclusion on the Register for Accredited NEC Professionals, held by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

The NEC4 Accreditation is valid for five years and will need to be renewed to maintain accreditation status.
 
Already an NEC accredited professional? Choose your next option:
  • NEC4 Extension – For NEC3 professionals who wish to extend their accreditation to cover NEC4.
  • Renewing - NEC Accreditation is only valid for 5 years. It is essential to renew to maintain status.

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