A two-day comprehensive and practical training intervention on best practices on contracts law and contracts management.
At the end of this training, participants should be able to: -Understand basic contract law in South Africa -Explain the legislative environment, the role-players, terminology and the role of contract documents pertaining to contract management; -Perform contracts administration activities; -Demonstrate increased awareness of the fundamentals of contracts and contract law within the procurement function -Appreciate the potential risks relating to the formation of contracts and how best to address them -Demonstrate increased understanding of the role and significance of specific core clauses in the contract and how they can provide robust positions when entering contractual relationships with suppliers -Plan and organise contracts for goods and services -Negotiate contracts and terms -Evaluate, negotiate and enforce service level agreements, and -Renegotiate and/or terminate contracts.
Who should attend?
Procurement managers and officials, supply chain officials, finance and admin personnel, accountants, buyers, internal auditors, risk managers and officials, managing directors, payroll managers, company legal secretaries, procurement officers and managers; business executives and business owners.
Date: 30 January 2019 to 31 January 2019 Time: 08:00 - 17:00 Venue: Indaba Hotel and Conference Centre, Fourways, Johannesburg Cost: R8,499 per delegate excl. VAT