We can also tie in specific contracts or issues experienced by your team, with step by step resolution for these, the level of detail you require will denote the duration of the programme
We have extensive experience in lecturing on any construction law related subjects. Our training courses include reviews of the forms of the standard forms of contracts including JCT, NEC and FIDIC, dispute avoidance, dispute resolution and claims preparation
The cost for this type of training is dependent on duration and level of detail required but will include all materials / workbooks required for 10 – 20 people (larger numbers can be accommodated, dependant on the required Agenda), at a location of your choice (we can advise or book on your behalf if required), each attendee receives a Certificate Of Attendance and digital copies of the Seminar notes are available if required
If you are interested in having an In-House Event please contact Julie Camp on 0207 167 6602 or email email@example.com
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