FIDIC Contracts Management Training Course in Dubai
13 - May - 2019
Overview of FIDIC Contracts Management
FIDIC Training and Contract Management assist you in understanding all the aspects of the FIDIC contracts and will enable you to understand your own Project’s Contract Conditions. This program covers conditions for International Contracts (contracting parties are from different countries) for Civil and Industrial Projects. At the end of the program you will have a good understanding of the FIDIC Standard Conditions of Contract and how to Benchmark your own Contract Conditions against these Industry Standards.
This FIDIC Training program will consider the important Contract Provisions of FIDIC Standard Contracts to enable you to understand and/or do the following: –
Among Contractor, Owner Consultant, Who is responsible for what?
The Range of Possible Contractual Situations that can arise.
The Actions required to be Taken to Minimize Delay and your Contractual Liability.
Recommended Contractual Procedures.
The Documentation to be Generated, including that for resolving usual disputes.
Situations under which you should consult your Legal Advisers
Learning Outcome of FIDIC Training Course
This program covers Conditions for International Contracts (contracting parties are from different countries) for Civil and Industrial Projects. At the end of the program, you will have a good understanding of the FIDIC Standard Conditions of Contract and how to Benchmark your own Contract Conditions against these Industry Standards.
Benefits to Organization with FIDIC Contracts Management certification
Sending participant/s to this program will benefit the organization in the following ways
Training New employees
Competency Building in Existing Employees Transferred to a New Assignment
Training Prior to a New Project or Initiative Planned in the Organization
Create Competency in the employee to perform his job well. including in relation to
Relevant Technical Knowledge, Skills and Competencies
Organizations’ Strategic Objectives
Needs and Expectations of the Stakeholders/ Customers (internal & external)
Good Management Practices
Who needs the FIDIC Training Program?
Those Working on Projects using FIDIC Form of Contract:
Engineering Department Managers,
Planning Engineers and
Wishing to understand FIDIC Contract Administration Requirements.
Those new to the field take away a good multi-discipline understanding of the issues involved in the program works. It helps them become productive quickly and build in them a knowledge framework that will help identify, understand, classify, and remember on the job experiences in his memory.
More experiences participants take-away an individualized action plan as mentioned elsewhere in this technical sheet.
Implementation Teams: This program can be used to train implementation teams where…
a new project or initiative being started in your organization
a new strategic focus is being initiated
just prior to a Consultant being hired to advise the
Each participant will take away a memorable and potentially life-changing experience from the program.
No limitations are being placed on who can attend.
If you are interested in the Program Outcomes and Takeaways, or, feel you can benefit from the Organizational and Personal Benefits mentioned above – You are Invited to Register for this Program.
Program Instructors have the knowledge, experience and access to resources required to customize the program to the specific job related needs of each program group.
Introduction to FIDIC Contracts Managements in general
Administering FIDIC Contracts
Case studies on FIDIC Contracts Management Red/Silver Book
Claims FIDIC Red Book or Yellow Book
Drafting contract documents thinking in all dimensions
FIDIC Contracts Management Detailed Modules
Rights, Obligations, and Responsibilities of each of the parties to the Contract Analysis, Recommended Contract Administration Procedures to be followed for each of the Contract Provisions and possible Situations:-
The delegation of Authority. Supervision of Works. Satisfaction of Consultant, and, “When he should be satisfied?” Contractor’s Substitutions. Additional Drawings, Discrepancies, Inspection of Drawings, Foundation Drawings.
Operation Maintenance Instructions. Responsibility for Setting-out accuracy
Owner Supplied Materials. Lifting equipment, Electricity, Water and Gas.
Program of Works Issues: Status of the different programs, Approval, Rejection, Methods of Working, Checking program, Updating program, Revised program, Acceleration of works, CPM etc..
Extension of Time for Completion: Entitlement, Critical path, Addition and omission to works, Grouping instructions, Extension of time given, Timing of extension of time, Acceleration. Expedite works, Accelerate, Failure to expedite, Progress measurement methods.
Unforeseen Site Conditions: Sub-surface data provided, Disclaimers, Pretender site inspection, Obligations of the parties, “Make own interpretations”, “Contractor to satisfy himself before tendering…”, Expert interpretations, Justified assumptions, Administrative provisions, Tests for: “As-far-as practicable”, Anticipatibility.
Possession of Site: Extent of possession of site, Concurrent occupation, Safety-OSHA, Interference, Foundations.
Testing and Workmanship: Contractual requirements, Investigations to ascertain cause of defect, Failure to check, Ambiguities, Reimbursable tests, Improper rejection, Commercial waste, Inspection and testing during manufacture.
Completion of Works: Test for Substantial Completion, Outstanding Works, Maintenance Certificate, Risks Transfer on Substantial Completion, Final Approval of Works, Unfulfilled Obligations, Completion of Contract.
Variation or Change Orders: Contractual Provisions and its Limitations, Performance Outside Contract Requirements, Variation Work to other Contractors, V.O. to Change Program, Specialized Work, Valuation of Variations. Claims: Dispute Resolution, Submission of Details.
Payment Conditions: Default by Contractor, Default of Owner, Frustration of Contract, Measurement of Works – Standard Method of Measurement (SMM)
Suspension of Works, Suspension for Long Periods, Urgent Repairs or Works
Warranty, Guarantee, Bonds Insurance.
Design Professional and Engineering Contractor Standard FIDIC Contracts.
Possession of Site: Extent of possession of the site, Concurrent occupation, Safety OSHA, Interference, Foundations.
Types of Contracts Covered in FIDIC Contracts Management Training
Analysis of Conditions of Contract for projects involving Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, engineering Maintenance Construction Works using Contracts based on the FIDIC Standard Forms.
FIDIC Contracts Management Program Style
The FIDIC Course Program extensively relies on Checklists and Case-Study Approach to Aid Understanding. Emphasis is on Easy Practical Win-Win Approach to Solving Problems. Discussion, Implementation, and Case Studies will be based on actual contracts being used in the Area where the ram is being held.
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