15 Credits at SCQF level 11
- Start Date
- Course Length
15 weeks including delivery and assessment
- Mode of Attendance
- Academic School
- Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment
Contractual Approaches to Procurement [SUM409] 15 Credits at SCQF level 11
One of a set of 9 competency-led topics that have been designed in close collaboration with industry practitioners and incorporate real world case studies and scenarios.
They are accredited by both the RICS and CIOB and align with the RICS competency framework.
This module will help you to develop the ability to analyse contractual arrangements in relation to legal requirements, risk allocation and dispute resolution.
2. What you will study
- Law of contract and delict
- Pre-contract considerations
- Standard form and bespoke contracts in the energy sector – essential elements
- Analysis of terms and conditions
- Contractual risk allocation
- Liability for negligence, gross negligence and wilful misconduct
- Indemnities and insurance
- Effect of the Bribery Act
- Collaborative contracts
- Dispute resolution processes
3. How you will learn
Learning will take place through the University virtual campus with a mix of online lectures, tutorials and self-guided study. Each topic with the Module will have a number of self required and obligatory activities aimed at emphasising the learning. Your also required to contribute to number of discussion forums on particular subject matter and case studies.
4. Entry Requirements
A good honours degree and/or previous experience.
5. How to apply
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On completion of this module you will have gained a valuable insight into the contractual arrangements used in the energy sector with particular emphasis on how these are used to allocate risks. You could progress to other modules within the commercial practice course to gain additional credits towards the full MSc. This will give you the qualification to work within the energy sector as commercial manager and other fields with the energy sector.
The module will be assessed by one main piece of coursework and a number of specified activities.
8. Fees and Payment Options
The fee for this course is £1150.
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