About this course
- April 9th and 10th (2-day Course), Tuesday & Wednesday
- June 6th and 7th (2-day Course), Thursday & Friday
This new programme is being launched to meet the demands of our students to further their knowledge and expertise on the more complex nuanced features of the Public Procurement Regime, whether for the public sector or utilities. It will address the more infrequently used procedures such as competitive dialogue, competitive procedure with negotiation, innovation partnership, procedures involving negotiation (for Title III/Service Concessions) as well as features such as modifications to contract post award, derogations from competition and handling complex clarifications. It will also refer students to key jurisprudence which guides our understanding of some of the more difficult questions faced by procurement professionals.
Experienced procurement professionals who have successfully managed full tender processes under the open and restricted procedures who are keen to build on their skills and expertise and gain confidence in responding to the more complex queries which arise from time to time.
On completion of this training, the participant will have acquired knowledge of how and when to use competitive and negotiated procedures, manage clarifications, modifications and negotiations as tools in facilitating successful contract awards. They will also have access to the jurisprudence backing up how to respond to abnormally low tenders, inadmissible tenders and other complex issues.
What background knowledge is necessary?
Staff experienced in all aspects of procurement who want to enhance their knowledge of the nuances of the Directives.
What is the refund policy?
All cancellations must be received in writing or the full course fee is
payable. Where delegates cancel more than 5 days prior to the course 50% of the course fee is payable. Cancellations received within 5 days
will be liable for the full fee.
Substitutions may be made at any time prior to the event.
Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?
Ideally the Understanding Programme and / or 2-3 years’ experience in procurement.