CF6 Short Form in Public Works Contract

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CF6 Short Form

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Public Works Contract

Understanding the Short Form of Contract

 

  31st August 2022

LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT

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The Short Form of Contract under the Public Works Contract Suite is one of the most used forms, generally utilised on projects of less than €1 million euro. This training course will provide an in depth review of this contract with a view to gaining working level understanding of the contract form.

You will leave this training course better informed, with a much greater understanding of the most significant aspects of CF6, the Short form of Public Works Contracts, and how you should approach them. You will learn key points around the PWC’s, and you will have the opportunity to engage in an informative Q&A with our tutor regarding any matters you would like specific insight on. You will also take home your training course notes, so you can refer again during the year.

 

TOPICS

 

Understanding the Public Works Management Framework
General Overview of PWC Contracts and where the CF6 form sits in the family.
The model forms, form of tender and schedules, guidance notes and the likes
The situation on the pricing document
Programme (Clause 2)
Delay and EOT (Clause 2.7)
The Works (Clause 3)
Price and Payment (Clause 4)

Interim Payment
Final Payment

Compensation Events – Definition & Notice Requirements
Communication between Parties
Pay and Conditions
Insurance Requirements
Termination
Programme contingency – use and abuse
Dispute Resolution
Summary – Q & A

 

THE TUTOR

 

Keith Kelliher, Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Accredited Mediation with leading QS practice, Kelliher & Associates.

 

Keith is a highly experienced expert in construction law, and has extensive experience in many aspects of construction contracts, having worked on large and high profile commercial, residential and infrastructural projects. He has served on many professional committees within the Construction Industry and is a former Chair of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in Ireland and a former council member of the Mediators Institute of Ireland. He currently sits on the Society of Chartered Surveyors Dispute Resolutions Standing Committee. He is currently on a number of panel’s of mediators/ adjudicators / conciliators/arbitrators in both Ireland and the UK and also regularly advocates for parties in dispute. Keith is also an experienced trainer and leads courses in Ireland and abroad in the area’s of ADR and construction payment processes.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

 

This training course is relevant to contractors, sub-contractors, quantity surveyors, engineers, contracts managers, project managers, and anyone looking to gain a greater understanding of the Public Works Contracts.

 

CERTIFICATION

 

On completion of this one-day training course, you will receive your Certificate of Attendance. Please note certificates are issued at the close of the training course to participants on completion of the course. Please check directly with your association or awarding body to see how many points they will award.

 

WHEN AND WHERE?

 

Date:   31st August 2022   
Times:    9.30am to 3.30pm                     

COST                                                                 

 

An ‘Early Bird’ discounted rate of €465 is currently available. This training course normal rate is €565. Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis. PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY BIRD RATE CLOSES 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO COURSE DATE.

The course cost includes all course documentation and Certificate of Attendance.

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ONLINE – Please Click Here to send an email to secure your seat

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PHONE – Contact the CMG Training Team 01-2933650 to secure your place

 

 

Places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Website: www.cmgtraining.com