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Training Course - Dubai - Claims Preparation and Dispute Management

As a global organisation, College of Contract Management in the United Kingdom offers value added Face to Face Training courses in Europe, Middle East, America and Asia. 
Training Course in Dubai - Four Day Programme over two weekends - March 2020 postponed (revised dates to be advised)
  • Day 1 - Friday 13th March 2020
  • Day 2 - Saturday 14th March 2020
  • Day 3 - Friday 20th March 2020
  • Day 4 - Saturday 21st March 2020
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Preparation of an effective claim, particularly developing the strategic approach is necessary to prepare a robust and convincing claim with the aim of encouraging the recipient to recognise its cost and to support amicable negotiations. The manner in which a claim is presented can maximise the potential for recovering potential losses. Claims preparation will be phased in four categories as research, analysis, evaluation and effective writing. The training covers all main forms of contract including FIDIC, NEC, JCT in accordance to the participants' geographical locations and the uses of the publications.

The training is aimed at professionals/employees who are working for employers, consultants, contractors and sub-contractors and also suitable for intermediate professionals providing a brief overview and the skills to quantify claims, determine causation, assess responsibility and determine time and financial consequences for income management and income protection.

The course is primarily intended for (but not limited to) the following types of projects in the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction sectors: Construction, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Infrastructure, Power Plants, Turnkey and Pipeline Projects.

The course includes sample claim documents, case law analysis, and practical examples and case studies for acquiring skills and understanding the science behind construction claims. 


  • Manage Project Documentation
  • Implement Procedures for Record Keeping
  • Provide Contractual Advice 
  • Evaluate Change Orders
  • Prepare Effective Claims
  • Determine Liability and Quantify Damages
  • Delay Analysis Techniques 
  • Assessing the Merits and Defending Claims
  • Dispute Resolution Methods
  • Avoid Disputes or Find Resolutions 


Day 1 - Law of Contract, Claims under the Contract, Standard Forms and Applications, Payment Methods, Change Orders, Projects and Problems, Group Exercises

Day 2 - Claims Relating to Time, Claims Relating to Money, Common Heads of Loss, Acceleration, Mitigation, Procedures/Processes of Claims, Steps in accordance with FIDIC, Group Exercises

Day 3 - Preparing Successful Claims, Investigating Project Documentation, Delay Analysis Planning Techniques, EOT assessment, Extension of Time Submissions, Group Exercises

Day 4 - Alternative Dispute Resolution, Negotiation, Dispute Adjudication Boards, Mediation, Arbitration, Legal Considerations, Group Exercises 


  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Civil Engineers 
  • Project Managers
  • Site Managers
  • Commercial Managers
  • Planners/Schedulers
  • Related Professionals 


Successful completion of the course and a short question paper will entitle the participant to attain Associate Membership of the CIArb

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