NEC4: NEC3 and NEC4 Compared ECC and TSC

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   London 11/12/2018  1 Day £325.00 +VAT
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Description

Overview

NEC3 has made a significant contribution to the engineering and construction industry in particular, to do things differently and better. It is 12 years since NEC3 was published, and through a network of more than 300 companies who are regularly engaged via the NEC3 Users’ Group, and from clients generally, the NEC team has received feedback and requests for features and contract solutions to support on-going improvement.

NEC4 has taken the successful NEC3 contract suite and enhanced it, with some new features and some new forms of contract. All of the changes are a direct result of feedback from industry, to support methods and provide solutions which clients are demanding.

About

This course is designed to summarise the changes for existing users, enabling them to identify these where NEC4 will become their contract of choice.
Formats

Classroom

Peer reviewed training courses delivered by NEC experts and industry specialists on scheduled dates and locations across the country. Ideal for those looking for NEC knowledge exchange with other users in an interactive learning environment.

In-house

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

Programme
The morning sessions will look at the key changes in the works contract, ECC (Engineering and Construction Contract).
 
Part  1
 
NEC4 Works Contract, Key Changes (Engineering and Construction Contract, ECC)
  • The following is a summary of the key operational changes from ECC3 and ECC4
  • This is not exhaustive. The focus is on main changes that affect practitioners and how the contract is administered day-to-day
  1.1 Core Clauses
 
  1.2 Main Options
 
  1.3 Secondary Options
 
  1.4 Summary and Open Feedback

The afternoon session will look at the evolutions in the service contracts, mostly TSC (Term service Contract) but with a brief look at PSC (professional Service Contract).
 
 
Part 2
 
 
NEC4 Evolution of the Service Contracts (Term Service Contract and Professional Service Contract)
  • A summary of the key operational changes from Term Service Contract - TSC3 to TSC4
  • We will touch on some areas of Professional Service Contract - PSC4
  • This is not exhaustive. The focus is on main changes that affect practitioners and how the contract is administered day-to-day
  2.1 Core Clauses
 
  2.2 Main Options
 
  2.3 Secondary Options
 
  2.4 Summary and Open Feedback

 
Objectives
At the end of the course participants should be able to:
  • Summarise differences between NEC3 and NEC4 works and service contracts across key processes 
  • Recognise where NEC4 will improve the procurement process
  • Describe the key features on the new NEC4 contracts
Who should enrol?
This course is highly recommended to all users of NEC3 contracts who are keen to see how the works and service contracts have developed into the new edition as well as the new functionality on offer – including the new contracts.

It is designed for those who work with any of the NEC contracts including:
  • project managers
  • contract managers
  • service managers
  • procurement managers
  • supervisors
  • quantity surveyors
  • clients
  • consultants
  • contractors and their supply chain

Delegates should therefore have some knowledge and experience with NEC contracts in action.

Those wishing to refresh their knowledge first should look at the Introduction to NEC4 (L47501) which is also online module.
 
Included in the fee
Your delegate fee for this course includes:
  • a copy of the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC)
  • a copy of the NEC4 Term Service Contract (TSC)

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