Conflict avoidance - an introduction
1.0 Hours Formal CPDUse 6 Coins
This interactive video course explores the emergent trend for more collaborative approaches to the risks posed in projects, and the widening adoption of conflict avoidance. Gain a greater understanding of the context and practical application of conflict avoidance procedures.
During this one-hour interactive video course you will be introduced into the many adversarial approaches to conflict. You will recognise the savings in time and cost of implementing conflict avoidance procedures, and avoiding conflict in the first place.
We will look at what causes conflict, and see how stakeholders working collaboratively on projects while integrating conflict avoidance into common forms of contract, can deliver tangible benefits.
Our presenter is Mark Entwistle FRICS, whose national and international roles as a chartered quantity surveyor, lawyer, arbitrator, adjudicator, dispute board member and mediator in a career spanning over 30 years, provides him with a unique depth of knowledge and experience to bring to the subject of conflicts and disputes.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for any professional looking to increase their knowledge or gain a better understanding of conflict avoidance procedures.
This video learning course covers the following topics:
- What is conflict avoidance
- Traditional approaches to conflict
- Common causes of conflicts in projects
- The benefits of conflict avoidance
- Conflict avoidance in practice
- Role of Dispute boards
- The Conflict Avoidance Pledge