How to Initiate, Monitor and Complete the Contracting Process
Do you find yourself needing outside expertise to help move projects forward? Perhaps this is part of your typical operational environment or perhaps you have one critical study that is needed for you to meet program requirements.
Most people come across contracting for services at some point of their careers. It can often be confusing and frustrating when trying to deliver critical projects within a specific timeframe. Contracting is not simple, particularly if you work within the public sector. As you move into managerial roles, you will be responsible for not only the budgetary aspects of your work, but also to acquire additional capacity in delivering your program.
This course is intended as a guide towards understanding the key aspects and relationships of contracting. It will provide a short synopsis on contracting basics such as the context of contracting, areas of risk and tips to enable the successful delivery of the product needed.
This workshop is offered within organizations for groups of 5 people or more.
Key elements of good contracting
• Know what a contract involves
• Understand your role and accountability
• Improve your awareness of Contract Policy and Frameworks
• Learn to anticipate and manage risk
Navigating through the contracting process
• Know who to call
• Determine the best contracting option
• Defining the requirement
• Budgetary commitment
• Evaluation and contract award
Managing performance for optimal results
• Working with a consultant
• Ensuring quality and timeliness
• What to do with poor performers
At the end of this seminar, you will be able to:
• Determine the best type of contract for your requirement
• Feel confident that contracting rules have been followed
• Know how to initiate, monitor and complete the contracting process
Who Should Attend This Course?
This is intended for those with operational budgets and who require additional services for special projects or ongoing contracted support.
For more information on this workshop, please contact:
Tel: 613-234-2020, ext. 21