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Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course accredited by an official body?

This course has a certificate issued by the Training Provider. It is not accredited by any outside body but is a valuable aid to gaining knowledge in this field.

What is the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course?

Category: Construction
Level: Beginner

Understanding contractual provisions can be complicated; JCT 2016 was introduced to develop, publish, procure and revise a suite of standard forms of contract and tender documentation for construction. Suite of standard forms means a group of documents necessary to operate a particular method of procurement. JCT 2016 is the current edition of JCT’s standard forms of contract. The JCT ranges in publications from standard contracts, to major construction projects or a Design and Build Contract which is designed for construction projects where the contractor carries out both the design and the construction work.

How long is the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts certificate valid for?

The Unaccredited Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course certificate has 3 years validity.

It is recommended that you check with your course tutor for information on Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts refresher courses and their recommended frequency or the next step qualification.

Who is the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course designed for?

The JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal) Introduction course is for all those involved in the tendering, procurement or contract negotiations and legal frameworks required by any organisation.

What subjects does the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course cover?

The course aim is to provide an overview of the JCT 2016 family of contracts, specifically focusing on the Standard Building Contract with Quantities (SBC/Q). At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

Appreciate the structure and use of the JCT 2016 family of documents
Understand the more important clauses of the new contracts
Appreciate the roles and responsibilities of the key parties.
Properly understand a JCT 2016 contract.

How is the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course assessed?

Learners will explore a range of case studies to underpin knowledge.

What certificate do I get for passing the Unaccredited - Introduction to JCT 2016 Contracts course?
Certificate and a photo ID card.
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