New release: online training for the ECC Supervisor

The Supervisor plays an important, quality control role in the ECC, checking that the works are carried out by the Contractor in accordance with the Works Information.

NEC Training has developed a new online training course – Role of the ECC Supervisor - that focusses on the role of the Supervisor in an NEC3 project under the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).

Across 8 succinct sessions, this online programme covers the responsibilities of the Supervisor, considering the importance and consequences of the Supervisor’s actions throughout a project. It also includes an interactive case study section which guides users through a scenario where they are challenged to make decisions on a number of problems.

At the end of the sessions, delegates have clarity on how to make an effective contribution as the Supervisor of an ECC project, understanding the key clauses, challenges and solutions involved in the role.

Delegates complete the online training programme with a short assessment in session 8. This affirms their knowledge and ensures they can confidently apply what they have learnt in practice.

One of this programme’s many benefits is its online format, making it easily accessible from your workstation or mobile device and available to take at a time that suits you. NEC online training programmes also have pause, skip and resit options, so they can be easily tailored according to the learning speed and preferences of the individual.

For full information and online bookings, click here
 

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