Managing Contractors

Categories: Business Compliance
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What Will You Learn?

  • The Managing Contractors Training course is designed to equip management staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively oversee the hiring, management, and supervision of contractors within their organization. The course focuses on empowering managers with a comprehensive understanding of their responsibilities in relation to contractor management, as well as providing them with practical strategies for successfully navigating the complexities of contractor relationships.
  • Managing Contractors: This section delves into the intricacies of contractor management, emphasizing the importance of clear communication, expectations setting, and compliance with relevant regulations and policies. Participants will learn how to establish effective working relationships with contractors, address potential conflicts or issues, and ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.
  • The 5-step plan: This section outlines a systematic approach to managing contractors effectively. The 5-step plan provides a structured framework that participants can follow to streamline the contractor management process and achieve desired project outcomes.
  • Audience: The Managing Contractors Training course is ideally suited for management staff across various industries who are involved in the procurement, management, and supervision of contractors. This includes project managers, construction managers, facilities managers, procurement officers, and anyone responsible for overseeing contractor engagements within their organization. Additionally, professionals in legal, compliance, and human resources roles may also benefit from gaining an understanding of their responsibilities in managing contractors from a regulatory and risk management perspective.

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Managing Contractors

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