General Conditions of Contract (GCC) 2015

R5,999

The GCC 2015 contract was released late in 2015 and the main objective is to set out fair, equitable, efficient, economic, and transparent contract administrative procedures. The GCC complies fully with all the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) requirements for a form of contract. GCC is for the procurement of engineering and construction works.

CESA-2050-11/2024Date: 7-8 July 2022

Venue: Online Webinar

Facilitator: Dr Tanya Hendry

Course Cost:

R5 999.00 (Excl. Vat) (Excludes the GCC Contract Document)
R6 999,00 (Excl. Vat) (Includes an original GCC Contract Document)
R7 999,00 (Excl. Vat) (Guide to the General Conditions of Contract 2015 2nd  Edition)

Course includes:
• Presentation in soft copy and hard copy
• Training material in soft copy and hard copy
• Access to dispute resolution expert
• Original GCC 2015 Contract Document
• Case studies and work exercises conducted throughout the workshop
• Final assessment on completion of the workshop to test outcomes.

Validation Number: CESA-2050-11/2024

Contact:  gillian@indunatraining.co.za for further details.

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General Conditions of Contract (GCC) 2015

The GCC 2015 contract was released late in 2015 and the main objective is to set out fair, equitable, efficient, economic, and transparent contract administrative procedures. The GCC complies fully with all the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) requirements for a form of contract. GCC is for the procurement of engineering and construction works.

This two-day workshop covers risk allocation between the Parties as well as the functions of the different role players. Furthermore, clauses that might cause delays during the construction phase and important clauses such as programme, variations, claims, payment, termination, and suspension are covered in detail. Lastly, we look at various dispute resolution options available in the industry and more specifically the options included in the GCC standard conditions of contract.

 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course the delegates will come away with a good understanding of:

  • GCC 2010 vs GCC 2015
  • GCC 2015 & GCC 2018 Contracts
  • Preparing contract documentation
  • Basis of contract and parties and role players
  • Time and related matters
  • The programme
  • Progress of the Works
  • The Float
  • Drawings and Instructions
  • Suspension and Termination
  • Extension of Time
  • Delays
  • Practical Completion
  • Performance Security
  • Financial Procedures
  • Variations
  • Payments
  • Remedial Work
  • Termination, Claims and Dispute Resolution

Additional information

Cancellations and Transfers

• Cancellations by delegates must be made in writing and received two weeks before the seminar. It is regretted that no refunds will be made or invoices cancelled after this date and full registration fee will be payable. Substitutions may be made at any time.
• We reserve the right to cancel the event if it is under subscribed or for any other reason. In the event of cancellation we will endeavour to give delegates two weeks’ notice and the fee will be refunded in full. We cannot be held liable for any pre booked travel or accommodation costs.

Who Should Attend

The course will benefit all engineering environment practitioners [Engineers, quantity surveyors, lawyers, project managers etc.] to gain a better understanding of the GCC basic conditions of contract.

Learning Outcomes

• GCC 2010 vs GCC 2015
• GCC 2015 & GCC 2018 Contracts
• Preparing contract documentation
• Basis of contract and parties and role players
• Time and related matters
• The programme
• Progress of the Works
• The Float
• Drawings and Instructions
• Suspension and Termination
• Extension of Time
• Delays
• Practical Completion