This course is designed to teach and familiarize owners, managers, supervisors and project managers with the 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 labour.
This course is intended to provide members of the construction industry with an understanding of construction law.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the origin 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
- Interpret contracts
- Understand what a custom contract consists of
- Understand the principles of surety and the different types of bonds that are used
- Know what types of insurance is required in the construction industry
- Understand claims, the reasons for claims and the process of making a claim
- Know the acts of regulations that are relevant to the construction industry
This course is intended for people working in the construction industry who deal primarily in trade-to-trade and/or trade-to-customer situations.
STRUCTURE & COURSE LENGTH
This course consists of 11 lessons of approximately 25 minutes duration each, for a total of about 4 hours of self-paced instruction.
This course has been accredited by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) to two (2) credits toward Gold Seal Certification upon successful completion of this course. A final mark of 75% is required in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Upon receipt of your registration and payment, we will send you a PIN number to access the course.