This course covers Advanced Procurement strategies, Contract Management and effective Negotiation tactics is designed to enable delegates to set up and manage a procurement activity. The training agenda covers supplier evaluation methods and selection criteria, as well as supplier performance measurment tools.
Upon successful completion of this course , paticipants will have identified effective ways to increase the procurement effectiveness of their organisations. In addition, they will learn how to negotiate with suppliers, to use contractual methods and pro-actively manage contractual changes. The course also provides tested solutions to resolving supplier disputes.
After completion of this course participants should be able to :
>Analyse procurement strategies providing best fit to specific procurement requirements
>Apply systematic risk assessment and management processes to procurement activities
>Development and review of specifications for advanced procurement purposes
>Conduct and document supplier research and market analysis and associated activities to facilitate the purchasing process
>Understand and apply issues related to supplier development, supply alliances and supply chain management
> Understanding bid evaluation methods
>Conduct efficient cost and financial risk analysis
>Execute effective contract development and management processes
>Communicate effectively in various situations
> How to apply the principles of conflict management
>Communicate, and negotiate effectively with clients and suppliers
>Demonstrate knowledge and application of the principles of professional personal development
>Establish and manage contracts plan and manage procurement functions
Who should to attend
Heads of Procurement & Disposal Units, Procurement Directors ,Contract Committee members, Principal and Senior Procurement Officers, Project Managers and Officers, Project Engineers and all those who have attended the basic public procurement program and would like have an advanced training in Public Procurement, Contract Management and Negotiation.