Hong Kong Training Course Update

Hong Kong Training Course Update

In response to Covid-19 and considering Hong Kong Government guidelines, NEC has made the decision to deliver all HK training courses virtually until the end of September. The safety and wellbeing of our delegates, tutors and venue staff is paramount.

Our training courses are delivered live by NEC experts who have an in-depth knowledge of NEC contracts and their use across industry.

The training, which will be available virtually, will continue to be delivered live by our NEC experts with in-depth knowledge of the contracts and their use across industry. We understand that our delegates highly value the interaction with the tutor and the opportunity to learn from them and other delegates, and our emphasis for these virtual training courses has been on retaining and replicating these benefits in a new format. Delegate numbers are still limited so that the tutor can engage with and focus on the needs of the smaller group. The delegate packs will be posted to you ahead of time (public training courses only) and the training is delivered via Microsoft Teams.

Training has been taking place virtually in the UK and here is what some of our attendees have said about it:

“The training platform worked very well and as we grew in confidence in using it the course flowed well. I would not have been able to attend an onsite course and I think NEC should be confident of offering this course online in the future”

“Very well done and answered all questions and very patient and thorough and made sure the points landed with all of us”

Our In-House courses will be closely monitored and dealt with on a case-by-case basis balancing client requirements with the need to protect the safety of our tutors and clients as an over-riding consideration.

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