The British Academy for Training and Development presents this training course in (Assessment and Evaluation of Information and Documentation Process) for all professionals desire to upgrade their corporations technologically and organizationally.
Repeated economic crises and steadily increasing competition, brought about in particular by the globalization of markets, are forcing an unprecedented rationalization of resources. Improved productivity has thus become a concern of all organizations, both public and private. At the same time, technology is developing with blinding speed and is becoming the principal instrument for meeting this concern. This explains why many municipalities are investing large amounts of money in implementing information systems. However, the advantages offered by technologies, especially in terms of enhancing productivity, depend upon how these technologies are integrated into an organization.
Information technology is a framework of computerized systems designed to provide advanced services to managers and various personnel in the organizations. Its objective is to build technological computer systems that work to help different institutions to do their work in efficient manner. With the great increase in technological improvement in the world recently. Its effect on the corporate performance in organizations cannot be denied. Technological innovations have contributed in managing corporation more practically. Most of such corporations have become building its organizational strategy based on the size of provided technology, seeking development so that the corporation can catch up with the technological progress and achieve their desired objectives.
Objectives and target group
The British Academy for Training and Development offers this course to the following categories:
Managers and Directors of Companies and Enterprises.
Personnel in charge of Law Departments in business and commercial firms.
Directors of Legal Departments and Legal Affairs in various companies and enterprises.
Employees in the field of legal Management.
Students and graduates of faculties of law at various universities.
After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following topics:
Full knowledge of Legal & Contractual Risks, and the major provisions and procedures in an integrated legal form.
Full knowledge of all legal branches in practical and scientific terms.
Acquire advanced experience in Legal Formulation of Contracts and Administrative Resolutions.
Full knowledge of Legal Formulation of Employment Contracts.
Understanding the significant role of proper and accurate determination of contract specifications, throughout the procurement cycle.
To assess the legal importance of contract specifications, besides the strategic significance of the "Invitation to tenders" process.
Economic Risks arising from contractual Terms & Conditions
Foundations of Economic Risk Management.
Stages of Risk Management Process and the procedures to address such risks and the appropriate methods of treatment.
Evaluation, review & implementation of plans.
Constraints and Disadvantages:
Methods of applying Financial Risk Management, and measures of contractual Terms.
Methods to deal with contract Financial Damages.
Legal or Contractual Liability:
Contractual violations by contracting parties.
Contractual responsibility of defects committed by any of the contracting parties in their personal capacities.
Commitment to achieving the contract objective.
Commitment to exert reasonable due diligence by all contracting parties.
Intentional Defect, Fraud, or goodwill.
Unintentional defect not associated with bad faith.
Conditions of Contractor's liability for third parties if agreed in advance.
Physical, Potential and Actual Damages.
Causal relationship between actions or causes and the results of damage.
Contract Liability Agreements and compliance thereof.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
Course of administrative law and legal aspects of the public office