NEC4: Introduction to the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) (online)

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NEC4: Introduction to the Engineering and Construction Contract (Online):
£200.00 +VAT
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Overview

  Watch Tim Knee-Robinson, NEC Tutor and NEC4 drafter talk about the latest NEC4: Introduction to Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) training. 

The NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) has been developed for the appointment of a contractor for engineering and construction project work, including any level of design responsibility. It provides a modern method for clients, designers, contractors and project managers to work collaboratively to consistently achieve their objectives.

People will be motivated to play their part in collaborative management if it is in their commercial and professional interest to do so. Uncertainty about what is to be done and the corresponding risks and liabilities can lead to disputes and confrontation. The ECC clearly allocates risks, and the collaborative approach will reduce those risks and uncertainty for all the parties.
 
Delegates attending this course will gain an insight into when to use this form of contract, how to put it together, the contract strategy, and how it is managed effectively.

Why Enrol?

Delegates who complete this eLearning course will gain:

  • An insight into when to use this form of contract
  • How to put the contract together
  • An understanding of the contract strategy
  • How the contract is managed effectively

Duration

Approximately 90-120 minutes.

The length of time taken varies depending on how quickly individuals study and absorb the material.

Please note that the licence is valid for 6 months only from date of purchase.

Successful completion of this course will award you 30 credit points toward your Online Academy qualification.

Formats

Online

NEC training at a click. Gain a comprehensive and clear understanding of the NEC suite of contracts at anytime and anywhere in the world, at your own pace.

In-house

Our training programmes, tailored to your requirements. Ideal for organisations with specific time, location, and learning and development objectives.

Programme
Session 1 Overview of the NEC4 Suite
This session will show how NEC contracts have helped transform industry behaviours and how ECC works alongside other contracts in the suite.
Session 2
Using the ECC - the contract strategy
This session covers the contract strategy; an explanation of the main and secondary Options that can be chosen and the other contract documents that need to be produced. It will also outline the difference between defined and identified terms, their significance in the contract and the contract data and how they should be used.

Session 3

Managing the contract - the ECC processes
  3.1
General provisions
This session will look at the general techniques that are used to manage the contract including mutual trust and co-operation, communications, the role of the Project Manager and Supervisor, and early warnings.
  3.2
Contractor’s main responsibilities
This session outlines the Contractor’s main responsibilities cover how the works are defined, the Contractor’s design, key people, Key Dates and subcontracting.
  3.3
Time
This session looks at when the works start and finish and how the accepted programme is used and revised to manage delivery.
  3.4
Quality
This session clarifies how defective work is identified and managed throughout the programme and after completion.
  3.5
Payment
This session covers how amounts for payments are calculated and how handling costs can vary with the ECC main Options. It includes when payments should be made as well as disallowed costs and the schedules of cost components.
  3.6
Compensation events
This session gives an overview of compensation events are, how they vary with the ECC Option chosen and how they should be managed to ensure neutral cost to the Contractor and transparency and fairness to the Client.
  3.7
Title
This section will review how title passes between parties and the relevance of Working Areas.
  3.8
Liabilities and insurance
This session looks at the way ECC manages liabilities and maintains a risk profile which complies with the overarching NEC principle of mutual trust.
  3.9
Termination and dispute resolution
This session deals with the process of termination and the reasons why the termination process can be invoked, and also the various dispute resolution procedures.

*All contents and information were correct at a time of published but may subsequently vary.
Objectives
At the end of the course participants should be able to:
  • Understand the philosophy of NEC
  • Recognise the differences between contract strategies using the ECC
  • Know how to use Contract Data, Scope and Site Information
  • Define the roles stated within the ECC and their responsibilities
  • Recognise critical ECC clauses and processes, in particular early warning, the programme, communications and compensation events
  • Describe how to apply ECC in practice and ensure effective delivery
Who Should Enrol?
This course is designed for those with minimal experience with NEC contracts or the ECC form but can be beneficial to those wishing to recap their knowledge. It will benefit those working with:
  • The ECC form including project managers
  • Contract Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Clients
  • Consultants
  • Contractors and their supply chain
Included in the Fee

The online course fee includes

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