Managing Contracts and Contractors – UNIT CERTIFICATE

UNDERSTAND HOW TO MANAGE CONTRACTS AND CONTRACTORS IN THE WORKPLACE - City&Guilds/ILM Unit Certificate.

Overview

This course concentrates on managing contracts and contractors to ensure commitments are fully delivered to required standards.

The course has a strong practical and interactive focus to ensure practical results.

Objectives:

Understanding the nature of contracts;
Understanding communication needs;
Improving your understanding of contract control;
Developing best practice in contract management

Content:

• Basis of contract law
• Types of contract
• Contract management procedures and tools
• Contract monitoring and evaluation – including penalties and rewards
• Commissioning new contracts
• Contract communication and information systems
• Contract control and redress

Duration: 

The course is run either in the evenings or daytime.

Participants spend 3 evenings in class and back this up with experience outside the classroom.

The course can also be taken in the daytime (as agreed).

Entry: 

The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM ) operates an ‘Open Entry’ policy but prospective participants should be able to apply what they learn on the course in an organisational setting (need not be in a job).

Certification: 

Participants receive the Griffin College Certificate in Managing Contracts and Contractors.

Participants have the option to receive the City&Guilds/ILM Unit Certificate in how to 'Understand how to manage contracts and contractors in the workplace' on completion of a written assignment and payment of the City&Guilds/ILM student registration and certification fees.

ILM is part of City & Guilds and certifies over 90,000 courses each year internationally.