22 November3 sessions, 4 hours eachOnline
Session 1Tue 22 Nov 10:30 EST - Tue 22 Nov 14:30 ESTOnline
Session 2Wed 23 Nov 10:30 EST - Wed 23 Nov 14:30 ESTOnline
Session 3Thu 24 Nov 10:30 EST - Thu 24 Nov 14:30 ESTOnline
- Member Pricing $649.00 excl. Tax
- Member Pricing $649.00 excl. Tax
- $849.00 excl. Tax
For the first time, we are bringing virtual instructor-led expertise to your office through the synergy of multi-disciplinary trainers' knowledge that has only been delivered at conferences. And it gets better! In the past, conference presentations have been focused on a one-way exchange of know-how from the speakers to you. This workshop moves beyond that one-way exchange to allow you to apply what you have learned.
A team of multi-disciplinary experts will provide you with exceptional feedback, great insight and actionable strategies. We look forward to sharing this expertise with you.
Remember when it comes to contracts, it's not about your own thoughts and assumptions; it's about what is “written”!
What has caused these changes to industry standard contract clauses? Allocation of risk often gets modified in contract clauses based on Project Owner's or their lawyer's past experiences. The issue with modifications to contract clauses is the lack of understanding of what the clause means and its associated risks to Project Owners, Consultants, Contractors and other Stakeholders.
If the risk materializes:
- disputes arise,
- relationships are damaged,
- project costs can increase,
- schedules can be compromised,
- bidders can jeopardize their businesses and
- the potential for litigation increases.
BE AWARE: In the nuances of the prime contract clauses, there are implications to all partners including the Consultants and Subcontractors.
With decades of experience, the project partners (Owner, Consultant, and Contractor) will, from their perspectives, assist you to:
- Understand WHAT the risks are in CCDC, CCA and provincial standard contracts that have been modified by supplementary conditions
- Discover WHY these clauses are modified
- Develop strategies on HOW to address the impact of these clauses
- Apply what you have learned to determine COSTS associated with these clauses
Understanding the impact of non-standard clauses is important for all industry partners! This course is most applicable to mid-management personnel from the following roles/disciplines who are familiar with standard contract clauses, including:
- General and Trade Contractors: Construction Company Owners/Managers, Risk Managers, Project Managers, Estimators, Business Development Managers
- Project Owners
- Architects and Engineers
- Bonding and insurance specialists
This course is delivered by a team of multi-disciplined trainers. You'll gain perspectives from all sides of the industry!
Debbie Hicks - Facilitator
Bill Chomik - Consultant
Mark Scharf - Project Owner
Dean C. Slater, P. Eng., GSC
Course Requirements (Technology & Participation)
This course requires full face-to-face interaction and participation from both the instructor and students. In order to attend, you’ll must make sure you have the following:
- Computer or laptop with webcam (webcams are mandatory): This course will involve 100% on-screen interaction with your instructor and classmates, reading/viewing on-screen content like slides or videos, and interacting via typing with questions or responses. For this reason, you must have a webcam and use a full computer/laptop, and we do not permit students to attend using a tablet or cell phone.
- A quiet space with minimal distractions: Please plan to be fully engaged in the class, and clear your work schedule just as you would for attendance in an in-class program
Live, Online, Instructor-led training, with a multi-discipline training team and a maximum class size of 25 students.
- This is a highly interactive course facilitated by the instructor on the Zoom platform.
- You will be expected to have your webcam on during the whole class and participate in break-out rooms, small-group discussions, and other activities with your instructor and classmates during the course.
- Zoom access information will be provided to you in advance of the training by your instructor
- Full attendance and participation in all four sessions is mandatory for course completion. If a student misses a class session, we are unable to transfer registration or provide a partial refund of the registration fees.
This course is delivered in partnership with local construction associations across western Canada and Ontario. You will be participating with a cohort of industry peers from throughout these regions.
A short orientation session (30 min) with your course instructor will be held via Zoom before the course (usually scheduled in the week before). During the orientation, your instructor will go over course information and familiarize you with the Zoom tools you’ll be using.