Formal partnership deal with SAICE to deliver NEC Accredited Project Management

The NEC Project Management Accredited Programme throughout Sub-Saharan Africa is to be delivered by ECS Associates . It is pleased to announce that it has concluded a formal partnership deal with SAICE (South Afrcan Institution of Civil Engineers) in order to do so.

Attending an NEC (New Engineering Contract) training course equips individuals and project teams with the NEC knowledge to broaden their skill set and embed best practice across their organisations. Achievement of an NEC Accreditation is recognised and sought after by employers and more so now in Africa. Accreditation is form London with all examinations marked in London

The course is perfect for all those who are, or are looking to become an ECC Project Manager such as existing Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors, Civil Engineers, Construction Managers, Architects.  It is also aimed at Government, SOEs (State Owned Enterprises), contractors and the construction and engineering industry as a whole. 

The The NEC Project Management Accredited Programme course is Gold Standard – peer reviewed and delivered by industry experts. It facilitates more efficiently run ECC projects for all parties by equipping delegates with effective ‘how to’ skills for ECC project management to ensure capital projects are delivered safely, on time, within budgets and to the required quality standards.

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4 thoughts on “Formal partnership deal with SAICE to deliver NEC Accredited Project Management

  1. Isabella says:

    Watch Graham Belle – NEC Project Manager of the year for 2016, a Chartered Surveyor from the Department of Health, give his reasons for enrolling in the programme and why he would recommend it to other project and commercial managers.

  2. Timothy says:

    Our training courses are delivered by NEC experts who have an in-depth knowledge of NEC3 and its use across industry. The training courses we offer show a clear progression route, taking users from an introduction to the contracts to advanced level Accreditation, depending on learning and development requirements. Have used NEC3 in a supporting role – looking for detailed technical support on programming, compensation events, payments, risks, quality, audits, and key processes.

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