Contract Excellence for Non-Legal Professionals

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Paris Courses 16.06.2019 20.06.2019 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai Courses 16.06.2019 20.06.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Kuala Lumpur Courses 14.07.2019 18.07.2019 4,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai Courses 14.07.2019 18.07.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
London Courses 04.08.2019 08.08.2019 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai Courses 04.08.2019 08.08.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Istanbul Courses 06.10.2019 10.10.2019 5,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai Courses 06.10.2019 10.10.2019 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Dubai Courses 29.12.2019 02.01.2020 3,950 $ Inquire now Register
Paris Courses 29.12.2019 02.01.2020 5,950 $ Inquire now Register


In every organisation the commercial and business structure is based on contracts. These may vary from simple purchase orders, or even handshakes, through to highly-complex financing agreements. The development, negotiation and management of these contracts are often in the hands of skilled professionals, but the general managers handling the delivery of the product, service or project may not be fully familiar with the complexities of the documents concerned. This course is intended to allow professional managers with a background other than law or contracts to better understand the processes and issues involved, and therefore improve their overall management skills.
In the programme you will learn how to:
  • Explore the reasons why we use contracts, and how they can be developed.
  • Examine different contracting structures, and how they allocate and manage risk.
  • Review some of the major provisions in contracts, and discuss why they are drafted as they are, and what pitfalls there may be if they are not managed properly.


  • Improve understanding of the structure and purpose of contracts
  • Show how different structures can be used in different situations
  • Improve the ability of managers to communicate with and instruct legal and contracts personnel
  • Explain some of the pitfalls that exist within commonly-used contract clauses