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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the Construction Sector

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Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

Level 1, 280 Pitt Street

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Sydney, NSW 2000

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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR

Significantly enhance your approach to resolving disputes. Create possibilities for superior Client & Stakeholder relationships; workplace culture; prequalification amenability; business potential. Resolve disputes amiably by avoiding unnecessary litigation and adversarial settlement. Create a more productive and progressive business environment. Explore a diverse range of ADR modalities which prevent, avoid or moderate disputes while retaining both relationships and control over your decision making and business destiny.

  • Appreciate the rationale behind Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Investigate the relationship of ADR to a broader conflict management framework
  • Comprehend foundational dispute relevant theory and application
  • Understand a range of ADR modalities including graduation paradigms and escalation models
  • Appreciate the advantages and challenges of ADR across intervention strategies and options
  • Understand the background, relevance and positioning of ADR from a Relational based contracting perspective including the NSW Government, General Conditions of contract GC21
  • Explore techniques, skills supporting ADR
  • Investigate potential behavioural issues related to ADR
  • Case studies, Examples, Scenarios for the Construction Sector
  • Understand contemporary popularity across ADR modalities
  • Acquire an integrated theory and application perspective to enhance sustainable business outcomes
  • Know how to access related expertise, resources, tools and references for further learning, development and resolution support
  • Certificate of attendance forwarded as PDF by email following attendance, participation and completion of training
  • CPD points towards NSW Fair Trading Builders License requirements

Sol Voron has been working with the Construction sector for over 20 years providing consultation, assessment facilitation and training services associated with NSW government and private sector construction initiatives. This includes the facilitation of Cooperative contracting based GC21 project start up workshops, conducting GC21 project evaluation and monitoring meetings, facilitating value management studies and risk management workshops for school, hospital, community centre, civil works and dam safety upgrade projects. Sol has delivered across a range of audience sizes involving Construction Forums ranging from 20 to 200 attendees, Project workshops between 8 and 40 attendees and customised small group training in Business planning, Strategy development, Workplace wellbeing development, Conflict resolution, Alternative dispute resolution, GC21 Cooperative based Contracting. Qualifications: M.Ed. Adult Ed; M. Mgt Community Mgt; G.Dip Voc Workplace Learning; TAA40104 Cert IV TAA; BSB51504 Dip. PM; BSB51607 Dip. QA; B.E.

Please select carefully as refund is not available once this event has been booked. The nominated attendee may be substituted with advice by presentation of entry pass - advanced notice appreciated by email please to sol.voron@constructivity.com.au


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