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NEC 4: ECC core clause 1 to 5, webinar

  • Webinar
  • 18 May 2020
  • 10:00 - 11:00
NEC 4: ECC core clause 1 to 5, webinar

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ICE has run a series of law and contract management examinations for a while now, both in classroom and online formats. These exams are designed to improve understanding of contracts. They cover contractual conditions, their legal framework and the management procedure you need to successfully complete projects.

This short series of seminars will focus on Module 2 NEC Contract Management Exam – this is aimed at clients, contractors and professional service providers including architects, QS and engineers. It will concentrate on questions around the NEC4 family of contracts, ECC core clause 1 to 5 in particular.

We will work through the examinations syllabus and the third webinar will cover ECC core clause 1 to 5.

More details about the examinations can be found on our career pages.


Patrick Waterhouse BEng(Hons) MBA CEng FICE FCInstCES FCIArb

Patrick Waterhouse

Patrick advises clients, contractors and consultants on all aspects of contracts including contract documentation, certification, claims and dispute resolution. He specialises in NEC, JCT and PFI contracts. He is a training consultant and regularly delivers courses on construction law subjects.

Patrick is a member of the adjudication panels of ACE, CIArb, CIC, ConstructionAdjudicators.com, ICE, IChemE, RIBA, TeCSA and UK Adjudicators. He is also a member of the ICE’s register for mediators/conciliators. He is an examiner for the ICE’s law and contract management examinations for papers 2 and 3. He chairs the ICE’s CPD Panel for dispute resolution registers.

Patrick has sat on the Professional Conduct Panels of both the ICE and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ Professional Conduct Committee. He is a member of the Council of Management of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors and chairs its Contracts & Dispute Resolution Panel.

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United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Elira Alushi

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