Practical Construction Contract Administration/Management Training Programme 2019

For 2019 Training Programme on Practical Construction Contract Administration/Management series, there will be nine (9) comprehensive training sessions, covering a wide spectrum of construction contract administration and management topics, including updates related to construction case law, which affect and are of interest to the various industry players. In addition, at the end of each session, there will be a Workshop/Q&A discussion relating each topic presented.

Most sessions are stand-alone session, based on BK Entrusty series of construction contract and management articles in areas of project, commercial, contracts, risks, quality, value and the like, published in MBAM Journal since 2002 until 2017. Primary reference will be made to the Malaysian standard forms of contract i.e.  PAM, IEM, JKR, CIDB and a common international contract, the New Engineering Contract (NEC). Peripheral reference to the new Malaysian contract, PAM Contract 2018 and AIAC Standard Form of Building Contract 2019 Edition.

Training topics include:

  • Payments, Final Account and CIPAA (Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019);.
  • Instructions and Variations & Practical Completion and Defects (Thursday, 2 May 2019);
  • Extension of Time (Wednesday, 19 June 2019);
  • Loss and/or Expense (Wednesday, 24 July 2019);
  • Termination and Determination & Dispute Resolution/Avoidance (Wednesday, 21 Aug 2019);
  • Construction Contract Law Principles & Procurement Systems and Contractual Arrangements (Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019)
  • Tender and Contract Documentation and Obligations, Principles of Measurement and BQ Preparation &  Value Management (Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019);
  • Subcontracting &  Health and Safety at Work (Wednesday, 13 November 2019); and
  • Effective Project and Risk Management & Bonds and Insurances (Wednesday, 18 Dec 2019).

For further information, please download the brochure here.

This training course is endorsed and recognized by ICES. Participants who attend at least six of the nine sessions will be eligible for advice from BK SURCO as to their potential for ICES membership and guidance with their applications for membership, subject to meeting the requirements for particular membership grades.


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