The Essential Guide to Contract Law
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
The financial and legal consequences of a poorly written or negotiated contract can be very damaging for any organisation and it is vital that those people who are involved in negotiating or awarding contracts fully understand what they should and should not include.
This course offers all those who have to manage contracts and deal with suppliers or customers an insight into the legal and enforceable status of contracts and contractual terms. It will explain how contracts are formed, what terms are covered in writing and by implication, how the contract-formation process should be managed and how terms can be effectively enforced. The course will explain how to establish contracts that support your commercial objectives. It will also help you to avoid making unnecessary commitments, falling into financial traps and improve your negotiating position.
The course is supported by comprehensive documentation and is illustrated throughout with practical examples and relevant case studies.
“Great content. I especially like the exercises, as it put the knowledge/information into everyday situations.”
Placement Manager & HR Admin
“Very interesting course. I look forward to using my new knowledge when I take it back to work.”
“Peter's knowledge was extremely extensive and was supported well with his practical experiences.”
Group Procurement Manager
“Very detailed, yet well presented and very informative. Definitely worth attending.”
This course is essential for anyone involved in negotiating or signing-off contracts including...
Peter has worked in Procurement for more than 30 years, spending most of his career in the commercial field. He has particular expertise in buying and selling professional services and has worked in a number of different industries including power generation, aviation and financial services.
A member of the UK Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, Peter regularly presents courses on contract law, procurement and associated disciplines, and also provides consultancy advice to SMEs on commercial issues.