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The Public Sector establishes and manages more contracts by number and value than any other sector. There is enormous variety in the type and range of contracts managed for the benefit of the community. Some contracts are relatively standard and low risk, others are high risk and high value. The public’s interest in how contracts are awarded and managed stems from the important role they play in underpinning service delivery.
This public sector contract management course is aimed at providing an understanding of the key principles of contracting in the contemporary public sector. This course will improve your skills and confidence in managing contracts, leading to improved contractual outcomes for the organisation, reduced costs and increased public confidence. Focusing on the key skills necessary throughout the contract management lifecycle to ensure that contracts achieve successful outcomes, this practical course will teach you how to develop a contract management plan, address key issues including managing variations and disputes and related legal risks. Using case studies and recent ICAC investigations, the course addresses managing probity and integrity issues which can arise when managing contracts in the public sector context.
This contract management course provides essential information on the contract management life-cycle including:
At the completion of this contract management course you will:
This contract management course is designed for participants seeking an understanding of the key principles to be considered when managing contracts in the public sector. This course provides essential information on the contract management life-cycle including consideration of procurement principles. Examples of relevant roles that participants attending the program hold include: contract manager, procurement specialist, supply chain managers, legal counsel, project managers and executives as contract owners.
Rob Halsall is an experienced Chief Procurement Officer, facilitator and university lecturer. He has extensive international experience across leading automotive, chemical, telecommunications, tertiary and financial services organisations. Rob has experience in executive and board director level roles, including leadership roles driving business strategy and transformation, organisational design and operating models, program management and delivery and end-to-end procurement. In recent years, Rob has developed a particular interest in developing high performing leaders and teams as both an executive within the corporate environment and also as an independent consultant, mentor and coach. In 2018, Rob was awarded the CIPS Australasia Procurement Professional of the Year Award and Ernst & Young New Zealand Procurement Professional of the Year. In 2019, he was the 2019 CIPS Australasia Winner for both People Development and Risk Mitigation Categories
Founder and Managing Director of corporate and government training provider AcademyGlobal and Visiting Fellow at the UTS Faculty of Law, Paul has been practicing commercial negotiations for more than 30 years and teaching it to executives for 15 years. He has worked in banking (Citi) and consulting (Deloitte) and has a depth of experience in negotiating with staff, management and boards of directors.
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