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FIDIC Claims Management and Disputes Resolution - 2017 Online Training course on Module 2
This Module 2 training course will bring you the necessary detailed knowledge and insights as to the claim management and dispute resolution provisions under the FIDIC Conditions of Contract, 1999 Edition.
It covers the identification of project risks, their allocation, and the various causes of claim which can emerge over a construction contract and the way FIDIC addresses those. It details the way to handle claims – preparation, submission, assessment, determination under FIDIC Contracts, and how disputes are prevented or otherwise resolved. The course will incorporate a large portion of actual project experiences feedback, as well as a presentation of relevant recent authorities on such matters (case law in particular). Various case studies / work exercises will be proposed to participants so as to facilitate capacity building through hands-on applications and extensive interaction with the tutor and the other participants.
This online training Module will allow you to:
- Thoroughly understand the claim & dispute resolution procedures under FIDIC 1999 Conditions of Contract
- Be aware of practical issues encountered on projects as to claims and disputes, and how to address those
- Learn from recent FIDIC case law and other authorities as to claims & dispute matters
- Benefit from practical/hands-on feedback and insights from an experienced FIDIC practitioner
- Get the necessary knowledge, advices and insights so as to facilitate your navigation through the FIDIC claim and dispute provisions on your projects
The course tutor is a FIDIC accredited trainer:
Vincent Leloup : Eur Ing, MSc. Water Management, MSc. Agronomy, FIDIC Accredited Trainer and Dispute Adjudicator, Member of the FIDIC Contracts Committee
The case work will take place on a chat type of platform where the course participants present and discuss a case input in writing. Presentations, assessments and discussions of the submitted replies will take place in an on-line classroom. The virtual platform for case work is provided by Podio and the classroom sessions are run on Adobe Connect. This on-line course only requires that Participants have access to a computer with internet connection either at their workplace or at home, whichever is more convenient in regard to the timing of the sessions. Work assignments may be undertaken at any time; lectures and classroom participation requires being available at predetermined hours. Participants will be divided into groups according to the most suitable time zone.
Hardcopies of the course books involved (the FIDIC Red and Yellow books) will be mailed to all participants who have settled the course fee. All lectures and classroom sessions are recorded and can be reviewed at any time, not to miss any session.
A Certificate of Successful Completion requires having responded in writing on Podio to all questions and attending at least half the classroom sessions.
A Certificate of Participation requires having participated in 50 % of all activities.
The programme comprises 9 sessions over a five months period, starting in September 2017. Each session lasts up to two hours. The preparation of case work must be made between the sessions and the outcome will be discussed during the next classroom session.