G. Understanding CWMF: Conditions of Engagement & Public Works Contracts (Virtual)
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G. Understanding CWMF: Conditions of Engagement & Public Works Contracts (Virtual)

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G. Understanding CWMF: Conditions of Engagement & Public Works Contracts (Virtual)

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About this course

Dates
  • January 14th ,15th ,18th & 19th – (Thursday, Friday, Monday & Tuesday) –3 hour session (10am – 1pm) (Virtual)
  • April 15th ,16th ,19th & 20th – (Thursday, Friday, Monday & Tuesday) –3 hour session (10am – 1pm) (Virtual)

This programme is to be delivered in a mix of blended elearning using Virtual Classroom (via Zoom), breakout rooms and guided practice. It consists of 4 highly interactive Live Virtual Classroom Sessions, individual & team activities, accompanied with supporting documentation.

 

Following completion of the course participants will command the Conditions of Engagement and Public Works Contracts and associated documents and know the differences between them and which ones to use. They will be confident to complete a Suitability Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ). It will guide them through what is perceived as a very complex process and aims to equip them with the knowledge that is required to award consultancy and construction contracts. The trainer will step-through the various documents, using sample text and allow the course participants the opportunity to work through some of the more common and complex documents online both individually and in breakout rooms.

Target Audience

This course is ideal for those within an engineering section or procurement section tasked with awarding public works and engineering consultancy contracts.

Learning Outcomes

Having completed practical and interactive activities during this online training, learners will have the confidence and ability to compile consultancy and construction contracts under the open and restricted procedures. They will understand the assessment of tenders and the Quality/Price ratio and have knowledge of the Instructions to Tender (ITT), Form of Tender, pricing documents, and associated contract documents.

Course Content

Session 1: Virtual Classroom Session (3 hours)

Summary of Key Procurement Features

Overview of CWMF

Stages of a Contract

Conditions of Engagement – CoE

Restricted Tendering: Documents

Frameworks

Tendering for Design Teams

Session 2: Virtual Classroom Session (3 hours)

Qualification & Award Criteria

Walk through SAQ:

• Restricted Procedure (QC1)

• Appendices (A, A1, B1 & B3)

• Supplements

Overview of Documents:

• Instruction to Tenderers,

• Form of Tender & schedules

• Contracts (CoE)

• Pricing and other documents

Assessment of Tenders – Quality/Price Ratio

Session 3: Virtual Classroom Session (3 hours)

Public Works Contracts – PWC

Walk through a completed SAQ:

• Open Procedure (QW2)

• Appendices

• Supplements

Restricted Tendering documents vs Open

Qualitative Assessment & Marking

QW3 – Specialists

Works Contracts - Composition of Work Team Contractors/Specialists/Sub-Contractors

Session 4: Virtual Classroom Session (3 hours)

Contract Management:

• Service Level Agreements

• Key Performance Indicators

Use of Lots in Tendering

Pricing & Bill of Quantities (BoQ)

Evaluations, Clarifications & Record Keeping

Modifications to Contracts Post Award

Recap on Training & Key Learnings

FAQs

What background knowledge is necessary?

Staff experienced in the basics of national and EU procurement who are also tasked with drafting documentation using the CWMF for engineering services and works contracts.

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 after the Understanding Public Procurement Course or relevant experience.