NEC releases more accreditations in Hong Kong

 

Following the successful launch of the NEC3 ECC Project Manager Accreditation Hong Kong in February this year, NEC has just released its other accreditation suite programmes to the region: the NEC3 ECC Supervisor Accreditation and NEC3 TSC Service Manager Accreditation.

Delivered in partnership with the Construction Industry Council (CIC) these programmes equip practitioners with a high level skill set that enables them to execute their roles as NEC project leaders knowledgeably, confidently and to an internationally recognised standard.

About the new programmes

TSC Service Manager Accreditation Hong Kong

Gain a strong understanding of the Term Service Contract (TSC) clauses in order to successfully execute your role as Service Manager in the service delivery phase of a contract.

This programme is ideal for those working in facilities and asset management, with experience of, or already practising in, a management role using the TSC.
 

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ECC Supervisor Accreditation Hong Kong

Acquire the advanced level skills to fulfil your role as a Supervisor using the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC), and gain sought after recognition for your expertise.

This programme is ideal for clerks of works, construction inspectors and architectural technicians, wishing to undertake the role of Supervisor under the ECC, or already practising in this role.
 

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