Price: $1,899.00
Length: 2 Days
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Contract Writing Training

Contract Writing Training Course Description

Contract writing teaches you how to write a successful contract, in both private and federal aspects. We will cover the fundamental basics of writing unambiguous documents and contracts including relevant vocabulary and phrases which are most often used in contracts. This training provides explanations of the meaning and application of archaic legal English.

Contract writing training provides you with a strong comprehension of the attainment community and helps you to manage the whole procurement process. We will help you to collaborate with federal, state, and local government and agency clients at all levels, and give you the support you need to navigate constantly-changing compliance mandates, regulations, and directives.

contract writing training

We will discuss the contract basics by describing what a contract is and the different types of contracts. We will cover the main elements to most contracts, as well as an explanation of how US law regulates contractual activity.  We’ll discuss implementation and dispute resolution alternatives, and the crucial requirements of a contract – offer, consideration and acceptance.

In addition, we will teach you who can enter a contract, how to reach to an agreement in negotiation and designing a written contract. This hands-on course will also evaluate unfair and inadequate contracts that could be challenged; concentrate on contract closure, covering breach, voiding and rescission claims; and give details on particular contract situations, including real estate, financing and social contracts.

Learn About:

  • Contract fundamentals
  • Contract components and U.S. law
  • Contract implementation
  • Offer and Acceptance
  • Negotiating
  • Improper situations of contract
  • Unfair conditions of contract
  • Contract termination and completion
  • Special contract situations

Contract writing training presents both theoretical and practical aspects of writing contracts. Practical exercises include case studies and hands-on workshops.

Audience

Contract writing training is a 2-day course designed for:

  • Contract administrators
  • Project managers
  • Facilities managers
  • Materials managers
  • Purchasing managers
  • Supervisors and first-level managers
  • All individuals who are involved in writing contracts in private sectors or federal agencies

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of contract writing, the attendees are able to:

  • Define contract
  • Explain the components of contract and how it associates to U.S. law
  • Discuss the contrite enforcement
  • Articulate the Offer and Acceptance of contracts
  • Discuss the contract negotiating and writing protocol
  • Recognize the inappropriate situations of contract
  • Identify the unfair conditions of contracts
  • Explain the termination and completion of contract
  • Discuss the special situations of contract
  • Defend their organization from the catastrophic impacts of suppliers’ failure to perform
  • Recognize if they need the protection of a contract
  • Select the most suitable form of agreement
  • Construct contracts
  • Choose, apply, and develop vocabulary for methodology of dispute resolution
  • Write a contract’s main commercial requirements such as pricing and delivery
  • Write a contract’s main technical provisions such as specifications and warranties
  • Make use of efficient styles of contract writing
  • Proofread and arrange contract revisions

Course Outline

Outline to Contract Writing

  • Contract definition
  • Various types of contracts
  • Contract applications
  • Contract basics
  • Terminology
  • Contract remedies
  • Non-competition and confidentiality

Terminology

  • Guarantees
  • Indemnity
  • Misrepresentation
  • Puffery

Third-Party Rights

  • Terminologies relating to the transfer of rights
  • Responsibilities under an agreement
  • Beneficiary
  • Successors
  • Privacy

Conditions and Contract Terms

  • Contract footings
  • Satisfying contractual situations
  • Types of conditions
    • Conditions precedent
    • Conditions subsequent
    • Material adverse change

Parole Criteria and Indirect Terms

  • Outside conditions and implied terms
  • Course of dealing
  • Integration and incorporation
  • Merchantability

Performance Vocabulary

  • Frustration and prevention
  • Impossibility and unfeasibility
  • Perfect tender

Standard Forms

  • Adhesion
  • Invitation to treat
  • Un-conscionability

Termination

  • Cessation of contracts
  • Cessation parts
  • Accord and satisfaction
  • Repudiation
  • Rescission

Contract Closeout

  • Contract lifecycle
  • Contract completion
  • The contract file
  • Importance of timely closeout
  • Time standards for closeout
  • Funding closeout
  • Closeout process responsibilities
  • Main property administrator closeout tasks

Principles and Strategies

  • Contract planning
  • Closeout strategies
  • Audit coordination strategies
  • Approaches for dealing with contractors
  • Quick closeout protocol

Successful Closeout Steps

  • Step 1: Verifying contract completion
  • Step 2: Attaining all required forms, reports and clearances
  • Step 3: Resolving main issues
  • Step 4: Initiating final payment
  • Step 5: De-obligating extra finances
  • Step 6: Practicing contract completion statement
  • Step 7: Positioning contract file

TONEX Contract Template

  • Commercial contract template
  • Federal contract template

Contract Writing Training

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