Role of Super
The Superintendent's role is a complex one. It requires a sound understanding of the law of contract, substantial engineering skills, and in particular, an understanding of the provisions of the particular project outcomes. This intensive and interactive
training program teaches you how to confidently manage the various duties and dual roles of the Superintendent, and how to avoid common legal traps.
Online 9 September 2020Online 21 October 2020Online 18 November 2020Tailored in-house training can be arranged by request.
This program is delivered as a one-day course and can be delivered in-house tailored to meet the specific needs of your company.
The course begins with a thorough breakdown of the requirements, role and authority of a contract Superintendent and the key duties under this role including issuing directions, assessing claims and entitlements, and dealing with disputes.
While the first part of the day is conducted as an interactive information session, the second half of the day is workshop-based focusing on various "what if...?" scenarios. These are primarily based on previous court cases involving litigation surrounding
the Superintendent's role. Using real examples from the consulting industry, you will become aware of tips and traps to help you manage your role as a Superintendent with greater confidence and ease.
Tony Horan is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced barristers working in the construction industry in Australia. He is also a dynamic and engaging presenter, who utilises his extensive legal expertise to support the course material with real-life examples. Tony has represented and advised a range of building professionals and consulting engineers from all disciplines. He has over 20 years of expertise in resolving disputes regarding design and construction, copyright and insurance litigation, arbitration, mediation and other dispute resolution processes. He is a highly sought-after presenter, a member of the Victorian Bar and Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne.
For more information contact the Consult Australia on 02 8252 6700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.