September 27, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
All businesses, whether suppliers or customers, trade in some way with third parties and different types of agreements govern these relationships. All businesses are well advised to ensure that they implement not only the correct form of agreement but also one which is fit for purpose in order to regulate and facilitate a healthy working relationship.
In addition to this, it is imperative as business owners and managers that we protect our organisations from legal action and potential future disputes and writing proper Terms and Conditions will go a long way in helping us to do that.
Operate your business or department with confidence and assurance that you have done your “due diligence” and have legally protected yourself contractually – this half-day course will help you do exactly that!
This afternoon course will cover:
- Types of agreements required for different business relationships including those with customers and those with suppliers.
- Typical agreements from start to finish
- Types of clauses which need to be covered and what they mean
- Common pitfalls businesses can experience when contracting with third parties so that you can spot these as and when they present themselves.
This Course Is For:
Business: Owners, advisors, and coaches, accountants, office managers, administrators, and anyone responsible for managing a company’s Third Party Contracts and Terms & Conditions.
This course is offered as a back-to-back session with the morning course “Managing Intellectual Property” which precedes it. Both courses can be taken separately.
As with all of the training courses John presents for the Chamber, he will make himself available for any general questions and one-to-one conversations you may require.
To Book Your Place:
Phone – 01253 347063 or via Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Trainer:
John Pickervance is an Associate Solicitor in the Commercial Department of Forbes Solicitors, specialising in Commercial Contracts, Intellectual Property and IT. The types of contracts that John is involved in range from standard terms and conditions up to international trade agreements, involving both importing and exporting.
Does the course date/time/location above not work with your organisation? We’re flexible, allow us to bring this training directly to your facility through In-house or Bespoke courses. Contact us to discuss a training, date, time, or location that is most convenient for you.