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Fundamentals of Contract & Change Management

      5/6/2009

Venue: London, UK

In the past 16 years, Fundamentals of Contract & Change Management for Ship Construction, Repair and Design training programme has been given more than 200 times, in over 14 different countries, to over 3200 representatives from organisations in over 26 countries:

  • Naval Architects, Management Consultants, Project Engineers
  • Shipyards, Ship Owners, Repair Yards, Naval Shipbuilders
  • Ship Managers & Repair Supervisors
  • Major Equipment Vendors, Shipyard Subcontractors
  • Commercial Fleet Managers, Port Engineers & Legal Reps
  • Navies, Naval Engineering & Defence Industries
  • Coast Guards, Maritime Administrators & Fisheries

Benefits of Attending
This 3 day training programme is designed for (a) project managers who handle day-to-day relations with other parties, (b) people who form contracts and (c) senior managers who monitor contract-related cash flow. It's designed to be relevant to shipyards, repair yards, naval work, ship owners, equipment suppliers and consultants.

The benefit of improved contract management is identification of the pitfalls and traps experienced within the industry. The attendee will be more prepared to identify all the costs, schedule changes and to properly assign responsibility for those changes and effects. This will save your firm considerable sums in each major contract.

Topics to be Covered Include:

  • Contract Management and Mismanagement - multiple case studies and lessons learned.
  • Contract Performance Documentation - basic work, change work, extra work and re-work.
  • Change Orders - advance establishment of approval procedures and time constraints, identifying constructive, negotiated, unilateral and other CO's, identifying the down-side risks of CO's.
  • Critical Path - 'Real-time' identification of changes, slippages and re-routing.
  • Monitoring and reporting production work.
  • Engineering/Drawings - defining the types, schedules and responsibilities.
  • Owner-Furnished Materials - and information: definitions, forms and schedules.
  • Hourly Rates and Overtime - agreeing in advance to whom they apply and who pays for it under different circumstances.
  • Post-Delivery Negotiations - of unpriced change orders: documenting the work.
  • Claim Avoidance - through structured communications and documentation.
  • Delay, Disruption and Acceleration - 'Real-time' identification and quantification of the direct and secondary cases and effects.


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