New Engineering Contract (NEC3)
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 Export to Your Calendar 2019/02/18 to 2019/02/19
When: Monday, February 18, 2019
8:30 AM
Where: Johannesburg
Johannesburg, Gauteng 
South Africa
Contact: Faith Rukande
+27 11 447 7470

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Title

New Engineering Contract (NEC3)

Presenter
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Cameron Staude currently works as an attorney specialising in all aspects of construction and engineering law. He advises his clients on any issues relating to the use of the standard forms of construction contract and he also has experience in the drafting of bespoke contracts as and when they are needed,

and he regularly counsels on how to manage and administer the contracts. Added to this experience he has dealt with and provided commercial support to his clients in all matters relating to and resolving claims and disputes.

 

He holds a Bachelor of Law degree as well as a Bachelor of Commerce degree both from Rhodes University and in 2008 Cameron was admitted as an attorney to the High Court of South Africa. In addition to this, in 2015 he successfully

completed the Construction Adjudication Law programme run at the University of Pretoria.

 

Over the years Cameron has worked closely with some of South Africa’s largest construction, mining and engineering houses as a legal consultant and before recently starting his own law firm he held the position of Commercial Manager for Basil Read. Cameron’s in-depth knowledge of the construction

industry is evident and he is he is excited about using these experiences and his ‘war stories’ to add to the training experience.

 

Cameron says, ‘the understanding and successful implementation of the NEC3 Black Book contract can result in major benefits for projects in terms of time, cost saving and improved quality. And when you consider that the contract promotes a collaborative spirit between the contractor and the client the end result should be projects that are delivered on time and within budget. In order to get this right, it is

paramount to understand the structure & content of NEC contracts in order to be able to assess and minimise risk and ensure the success of the project.

Course information (content)

Full training brochure available please email faith@alusani.co.za or imogen@alusani.co.za

Venue

Public training courses offered throughout the year in JHB, Durban and Cape Town – you can visit the Training Schedule on our website for more info - https://www.alusani.co.za/training-schedule

There is also the option to have this training course onsite at your premises if you have a group of 10 or more people. Please visit https://www.alusani.co.za/onsite-training to find out more about this option.

Time

8:30am start until 4pm

Dates

18 & 19 February 2019 - Johannesburg

Closing date for Registration

n/a

Cost of workshop

We offer a time sensitive discount. You can save R2000 per person when you register and pay by the early bird discount date – please refer to the back page of our training course brochure for more details.

CPD Category

 

Category 1 for all VAs

CPD credits

This training course is multi-CPD-accredited and offers points/hours/credits from:

· SACPCMP

· SAICE/ECSA

· ASAQS/SACQSP

Contact person

 

Faith Rukande or Imogen Tarita

Telephone

 

+27 11 447 7470

Fax

086 686 8425

Email address

faith@alusani.co.za

imogen@alusani.co.za

Website

www.alusani.co.za

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· We offer each Course Participant a copy of the NEC3 Black Book valued at R1350 – ABSOLUTELY FREE

· Plus you get 12 months of NEC3-specific Post-Course Support after the training course as well as free access to construction and engineering topic-driven webinars