NEC4 Project Manager Accreditation: First classroom course date released
NEC4 Contracts are seeing increased use across the world, including the recent endorsement from the government of Hong Kong. Learn more about the changes and improvements NEC4 made to NEC3 with our short eLearning.
We are pleased to announce that the first publicly-available NEC4 Project Manager Accreditation course is scheduled for the 10 December 2018. The release of this course complements the existing accreditation portfolio which includes NEC3 and extending an existing NEC3 accreditation to include NEC4. Click here to read more about our selection of accreditation options.
This programme is designed to equip delegates with the skills necessary to be able to manage a project under an NEC4 Contract, with specific reference to the role and importance of the Project Manager under the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC). It fuses together the skills required of a project manager with those technical skills required by the NEC. Taking delegates from project start up to project closure it will look at the procedures as described in the ECC, the purpose of those procedures and the implications for not following them correctly.
Successful completion of this training programme and assessment will enable a delegate to describe themselves as an accredited NEC4 Project Manager with specific reference to the ECC. The delegate will be able to demonstrate the key processes crucial to the NEC4 and how to apply them to an ECC Project. The NEC4 Accreditation is valid for five years and will need to be renewed to maintain accreditation status.
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