Nairobi Training. Contract Drafting, Negotiation Skills & Procurement Management Training Sep 13th-17th, 2021

Contract Drafting, Negotiation Skills & Procurement Management Training

About ASPM.
The Africa School of Project Management (ASPM) was established in the year 2000 in Kenya as a membership based professional management organisation. The school was formed to address capacity building needs among development partners, donor organisations, Government agencies, International and private sector firms in Africa.
The school has been pivotal in capacity building in South Sudan, South Africa, Botswana, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Congo, Somalia, Liberia, The Gambia, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda. The school has trained over 12,000 staffs who are involved in different projects and also conducted surveys, evaluations and research in different projects and businesses in Africa.

Main Training Modules
 General Management Principles and Skills
 Procurement planning and management
 Procurement professional ethics
 The composition and role of the tender committee
 The structure and role of the public procurement directorate
 The procurement process
 Supplier sourcing and Global procurement
 Quality control management and performance management
 An overview of standard procurement/tender documents
 Roles and Responsibilities in procurement
 Procurement Methods
 Advertising and Notification of Procurement Opportunities
 Bidding Documents
 Decentralization Decisions in Procurement
 Procurement Under Special Conditions
 Procurement Related Risks
 Procurement of consultancy services
 Transparency and Anti-Corruption Measures
 Mis-procurement, Fraud & Corruption, Complaints & Investigations
 Understanding contract purpose and form
 Contract Administration
 Government Contract Laws
 General Contract drafting pitfalls
 Identifying the key factors to be taken care of while drafting a contract
 Structure and format of agreements
 Planning the contract
 Structuring clauses
 Basic contract law relating to obligations and liabilities
 Negotiating terms and conditions
 Being exact and concise in contracts
 Penalties and remedies for breach and infringement
 Negotiation of Contracts & Modifications
 Contracting for Information Resources
 Contract renewal vs. switching to a new supplier
 Drafting dispute resolution clauses in contracts to avoid or minimise costs of disputes with special emphasis on arbitration.

How to Register.
Kindly drop us mail at [email protected] or apply through the following