Collaborative construction procurement and contracting

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Course Curriculum

Introduction to collaborative construction procurement and contracting for architects

How is collaborative procurement brought to life?

CCPC Impact for architects: Part 1

CCPC Impact for architects: Part 2

CCPC Impact for architects: Part 3

Contractual mechanism enablers

CCPC management

By the end of this module you will be able to understand:

  • Why collaborative construction procurement and contracting is beneficial?
  • Using BIM to integrate multiple project phases
  • Collaborative construction procurement and contracting in action
  • How is collaborative procurement brought to life?
  • Maximising early engagement and value-based procurement
  • Proposing a procurement strategy that attracts investment
  • Improving design, construction and operation of projects
  • Navigating legal and cultural issues
  • Benefits of procurement efficiency for designers and clients
  • Introduction to risk management (ISO 31000)
  • Collaborative Business Relationship Management (ISO 44001)
  • Understanding IP rights
  • How to deliver net zero carbon through collaborative procurement
  • Collaborative procurement strategies for MMC
  • Collaborative procurement approaches for better building safety
  • Integrating the Golden Thread of information with collaborative procurement
  • Contractual mechanism enablers - FAC-1, IIMC, PPC 2000, TAC
  • CCPC management and resolution frameworks

About this module

This course will focus on collaborative procurement and contracting for architects, and the benefits it brings to the design, construction, and operation of projects. The following units and lessons will highlight the use of collaboration to create new systems that improve and integrate key information related to designs, costs, time, and risks. By the end of the course, learners will have a greater understanding of collaborative procurement and contracting, how it can benefit architects, and how it can be effectively managed.
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Free Trial, AUGUST FREE TRIAL, Full Membership, Collaborative construction, procurement and contracting
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This module equates to 2.22 hours of CPD
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