This October, we’re teaming up with construction training providers Claims Class to bring a brand new training event to London.
Insubstantial and poorly prepared claims consistently rank as a top reason for construction disputes. Over the years, we’ve seen many needless disputes arise which could easily have been resolved with a well put together claim. Often, we see just claims rejected because they have been poorly expressed.
A small investment in training could help you avoid this fate. Join us on 2nd/3rd October in London for a two-day workshop examining how to prepare ‘The Perfect Claim’.
Presented by expert speakers, the workshop will cover eight modules:
- The Case Study, Potential Claims & Notices
- Preparing the claim and Delay Analysis
- Cost Calculations
- Compilation of the Claim & Prelimnaries to the Claim
- Cause & Effect
- Additional Payment
- Executive Summary, Statement of Claim, Substantiation, Appendices & Peer Review
The interactive workshop uses case studies from real projects. You’ll leave with knowledge and skills you can apply directly to your projects. The tutors have spent decades in the industry and understand the challenges you face daily.
In addition to the 8 practical learning modules, the course also includes:
- 7 group assignments to stimulate group discussion and interactive learning
- 2 case studies based on real-life project scenarios
- 16 Continual Professional Development (CPD) hours
- Optional post-course assignment worth an additional 20 CPD hours
- Certificate of Attendance
- Entitlement to membership of the Institute of Construction Claims Practitioners*
- Sample notices and claim documents for valuable future reference
- Personalised training course materials folder
- All refreshments and lunch included
*Membership is available at Associate level with no other pre-requisites for those who complete and pass the optional post-course assignment. Application fee waived. Annual membership fees required.
This course is perfect for those new to the world of claims management. It’s also a great refresher for those of you experienced in handling claims, but looking to make sure you are up to date with best practice.