Gold Seal: 2 Credits * BC Housing: 4 CPD Points
Please note, new registrations will be processed Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM PDT will receive logins and instructions within 24 hours of payment.
Courses purchased on weekends or holidays will receive logins and instructions on the next business day.
This course is designed to teach and familiarize owners, managers, supervisors, and project managers with construction contracts and contract law, liabilities, and responsibilities of all parties to a contract, compiling and submitting proper extras and claims, and ways and means for leaders to avoid conflict with contracts, owners, trades, and labor.
This course will provide managers with the tools to help them:
Understand the origins of law
Understand what a contract is and what makes a contract valid or invalid
Understand the roles in the construction industry as they apply to contract law
Know the different types of construction contracts
Understand what a custom contract consists of
Understand the principles of surety and the different types of bonds that are used
Know what type of insurance is required in the construction industry
Understand claims, the reasons for claims, and the process of making a claim
Know the acts and regulations that are relevant to the construction industry
This course uses interactive elements, scenarios, videos, and quizzes to reinforce learning.
A final mark of 100% is required in order to receive a certificate of completion. Upon successful completion, you can download your certificate.
Duration: This course consists of 9 lessons for a total of about 4 hours of self-paced instruction.
How registration works: Registrations will be processed Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM PDT will receive logins and instructions within 24 hours of payment. Courses purchased on weekends or holidays will receive logins and instructions on the next business day.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Who Should Attend
This online course would be beneficial for owners, managers, supervisors, and project managers who deal primarily in trade-to-trade and/or trade-to-customer situations.