This course is practical and interactive, giving non-legally qualified delegates a solid grounding in contract law, the common issues and pitfalls and best practice.
The course is designed for persons in the following areas:
- Business development
- Sales and marketing
Schedule & Fees
|ONLINE||5-May-20||23-Jun-20||Tue||5:30pm - 8:30pm||US$340/$2,400.00*|
* Cost includes TT$150.00 registration fee.
All information provided is subject to change without prior notice.
Check out our 2020 Short Course Schedule.
- 24 Contact Hours
- Champs Fleurs
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
To register for this course, please follow the instructions below:
- Please complete the Online Programme Registration Form, and click submit.
Once the form has been completed, please proceed to make your payment via the following options below:
2. PayPal – Please click the ” Add to Cart” button below:
All relevant information about accessing online sessions will be sent via email within 3-5 working days.
*If you do not have a PayPal account or a credit card, you can utilize the following payment option:
Payment of TT$2400.00 can be made via direct deposit to the following SBCS Republic Bank Account (3501 3848 7501).
Once you have deposited the required payment, please email and attach a copy of the stamped deposit slip or e-receipt to Corporate Training Centre CTCOnline@sbcs.edu.tt and email@example.com with the following information in the body of the email:
Type of payment: Tuition and Registration Fees
Upon receipt of your email, an SBCS representative will confirm receipt and once the funds have been credited to our account, you will be notified of same and you will receive instructions on accessing your online sessions in a subsequent email.
For further information, please send an email to Corporate Training Centre CTCOnline@sbcs.edu.tt
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On completion of this course learners should:
- Understand the key issues concerning contract formation including offer acceptance and the ‘battle of the forms’ and apply this to factual scenarios.
- Recognise the key terminology used in contracts.
The course provides a jargon-free overview of the issues commonly found in Business to Business Contracts from the perspectives of both Supplier and Buyer. Each topic will be dealt with by way of outlining the relevant commercial and legal considerations as well as providing a series of drafting tips. This is then supplemented by a series of practical exercises designed to apply the knowledge gained by the delegates and to give them greater confidence in dealing with contracts in the future.