The purpose of a contract is to establish the terms of the agreement by which the parties have fixed their rights and duties thus
Contractual projects need a professional contracting approach if it is to achieve its objectives. There are many aspects of the job to consider: the procurement processes must be transparent, efficient and well managed; the right commercial contract model needs to be selected; the company must make sure it chooses an able and affordable contractor; the scope of work must be well defined. The risks must be appropriately apportioned between the parties, and the consequences of late or poor performance must be reflected in the contract and managed appropriately. The contract must be administered effectively to keep the job on track, and if changes are required, the contract should facilitate the variations.
This program on “Contracts: Bidding, Evaluation, Negotiation & Award” will cover all different aspects of bidding, to help participants become better aware of the activities incorporated in the bidding process, bid evaluation negotiation and contract award.
This program is designed Contract Managers and Administrators, Contract Analysts and Engineers, Buyers, Purchasing Professionals and Procurement Officers. Anyone involved in the planning, evaluation, preparation and management of commercial bids and contracts for the purchase of services, materials or equipment.
At the end of the course, participants will be:
- Define the bidding cycle and strategies
- Identify the different options of bidding
- Learn ways to maximize value of supplies and services
- Define the essential bid documentation
- Apply best practices in screening vendors and pre-qualification
- Identify different negotiation styles and tactics
- Develop advanced practices in bidding and evaluation process
- Define the contract pre-award and post award activities
|Lagos and Port Harcourt
||Oct 24 - 28 Oct, 2022
Registration: 07:30:am - 09:00:am
Class Session: 09:00:am - 05:00:am
|USD 4,000.00||(Foreign Participants)|
|NGN 180,000.00||(Discount available for group nomination)|
Philip Asije 08029170491, 08068933608, 08145745664, 08051365946
Group Discount Available
ADEBAYO, BAMIDELE OLASEHINDE- B.Sc (Political Science); LL.B; B.L; LL.M; PhD (in view); FCIS, ACIPMN, MNITD; MNIM, MIBA. Adebayo is a seasoned and experienced legal practitioner of nearly three decades work experience. Adebayo is a graduate of University of Lagos where he studied Law at first degree and Masters Levels with outstanding performance. He attended the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar. Adebayo also studied Political Science at first degree level at the then Ondo State University (now Ekiti State University). Adebayo is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria and the United Kingdom. Adebayo, at different times in his working career, has worked with Negris Holdings Limited as the Company Secretary/ Legal Adviser; Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria as the Assistant Registrar (Marketing and Corporate Affairs) and later Deputy Registrar of the Institute. He also had a stint at Gani Adetola-Kaseem (SAN) Legal Practitioners as a Senior Counsel, among others. Adebayo is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management and the International Bar Association, among many other professional bodies. He has facilitated in many workshops and Conferences. He will join others to share their experiences on this program.Abosede Eniola Ogundimu – CMS(UK), FIMC, CMC, ACIS, LLM, BL (Hons.), LLB(Hons.) - Former Contract Manager – Raw/Packaging Materials, Nigerian Breweries Plc. Currently Legal, Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Manager for a holding company which consist of FMCG Distributions Ltd, Stellar Beverages Ltd and West African Tobacco Company Ltd.Ms. Ogundimu has worked and obtained expertise in legal services, manufacturing, agro-allied, agriculture, banking; food, beverage and tobacco, oil and gas. Her Key skills and experience include negotiation; legal advisory; mediation; advocacy; property, land and conveyancing transactions, corporate secretaryship; corporate governance; corporate administration; internal audits and reviews; compliance audits and reviews; contract negotiation, review, drafting and management. She is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants and Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria. Member of: Nigerian Bar Association; International Bar Association (IBA); Product Law and Advertising Committee of the Legal Practice Division of the IBA; African Regional Forum of the IBA; Women Lawyers’ Interest Group of the Public and Professional Interest Division of the IBA; Institute of Internal Auditors; and International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals.She is a contributing author to ICSAN’s journal of Corporate Governance and Administration and a tutor at two of ICSAN’s study centres. Her motto: when life throws at you lemons, don’t make lemonade. Make a refreshing new beverage!She will join others to share her experience on this program.