The Essential Guide to Contract Management
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
All businesses, without exception, are engaged in managing contracts, whether sales or purchases. But many managers have received very little formal training in how they should set about the task of contract management. This full-day course sets out to provide a grounding in the core skills required to plan, execute, and administer third party contracts.
It is an essential guide to the tactics, processes and skills required to successfully manage existing contracts on behalf of your organisation. Attending the course will equip you with the skills necessary to handle contract management with the utmost effectiveness and confidence.
Our expert presenter uses real-world examples and case studies to encourage delegates to discuss the key issues and make it relevant to their own situation. This course is also supported by a comprehensive Contract Management Toolkit, containing more than 25 guidance notes, checklists, templates and Excel tools for you to adapt and use.
“The content is comprehensive - lots of really good ideas and points to take back and apply. Well structured, clear, well presented and the course materials are very good.”
Finance Office Team Manager
“Found the presenter to be interactive and interesting - linking to real life illustrations and examples to enforce importance of contract management.”
AP Procurement Assistant
“Excellent, practical content. Learned a lot in a very short space of time.”
Lead Compliance Manager
“There was a lot to take in covering a lot of different aspects. Definitely worth taking part. Anecdotes told by the presenter keep things light. The venue was fantastic.”
This course is essential for anyone involved in managing contractual relationships 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.