Do you need a contracting strategy that maximises opportunities in today's challenging market?
Working in a competitive market does not mean you have to accept unnecessary contractual risk. Our training will help your managers learn the skills necessary to mitigate contractual risk, take full advantage of your opportunities, and immediately gain a competitive advantage in the present challenging market conditions.
CONTRACT DISPUTES HAPPEN ALL THE TIME
Contract disputes (whether well-founded or not) are an unavoidable fact of life in the offshore industry, and the consequences can escalate from relatively minor financial claims to multi-million dollar liabilities that can bankrupt a company. Having a clear and well-implemented contracting strategy can make the difference between the success or failure of your business. Our course will raise awareness of common contractual issues across your project teams and give you the tools to manage these risks.
This contracts course examines the contracting framework, the contracting environment, and the subtleties and complexities of Oil & Gas contracts
• Why the contract is a soft-system not a document and, consequently, should be addressed with a holistic philosophy.
• The importance of drafting the scope of work.
• The ‘unknown, unknowns’, Letters of Intent, the Battle of the Forms and working without a contract.
• The Dunning Kruger Effect: dealing with people who are too incompetent to realise they are incompetent.
• The ‘Three Tenets’ of contracts management:
WHAT THEY SAY
Our clients experience of the course
In addition to the introductory module the two day contracts course contains four of the following six topic options. The choice of modules is decided with you during a Skype consultation, these discussions also allow us to further tailor the course to your company's situation.
COURSE PRICE & BOOKING
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Bespoke - tailored to your situation
Initial consultation by Skype
Two day modular workshop with opportunities for discussion
Participant workbooks and full course notes included