Managing the NEC3 TSC Contractor’s Plan and Programme
This eLearning course is both interactive and informative. Taking less than one hour to complete, it uses teaching, case studies and online assessment to deliver clarity on roles, responsibilities and actions under the TSC. In doing so, it ensures success in managing a TSC project plan and programme.
Under the TSC, the Employer is represented by the Service Manager. In the initial stages of the project, the Contractor prepares a plan and programme. The Service Manager is then responsible for reviewing and accepting these documents. The plan and programme allow the parties to plan ahead, monitor and manage the services efficiently.
- Session 1 - The Contractor’s Plan
- Session 2 - The Option X19 Task Order Programme
- Session 3 - Review of the Term Service Short (TSSC) Plan and Programme Requirements and how they differ to those of the TSC.
- Session 4 - Case Study
- Session 5 - Multiple Choice Test
The programme refers to TSC contract clauses. It is therefore recommended that you have a copy of the contract and its associated guidance notes present to refer to during the programme.
Approximately 75-90 minutes. The length of time taken varies depending on how quickly individuals study and absorb the material.
The online version has 3 sessions plus 1 case study and 15 multi-choice questions. Pass mark is 60% per module test.
Please note that the licence is valid for 6 months only from date of purchase.
Successful completion of this course will award you 45 credit points toward your Online Academy qualification.
This online training module will enable delegates to understand the critical nature of the Contractor’s plan and programme when managing the TSC. It will be of interest to those currently, or aspiring to, develop or manage a Contractor’s plan under the TSC.
Delegates will include:
- Current or aspiring TSC Service Managers
- Facilities managers Asset managers
- Maintenance managers
- Estates managers
- Contracting organisations