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17 Mar - 20 Mar. 2020 Effective Negotiations in Projects and Procurement Vienna Austria
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with: 
• Skills and knowledge needed for successful negotiations, including:
• Understanding the principles and dynamics of the negotiation process and how to avoid the common traps in negotiation
• Developing win-win strategies based on analysis of the other parties' needs
• Identifying and actively working on their own negotiation strengths and weaknesses through role-plays

 

24 Mar - 27 Mar. 2020 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Bangkok Thailand
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
31 Mar - 02 Apr. 2020 Sustainable Public Procurement Copenhagen Denmark
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of how to start, implement or maintain a Sustainable Public Procurement (SSP) programme

  • The capability to manage all aspects of the procurement process as it relates to SPP

21 Apr - 24 Apr. 2020 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Copenhagen Denmark
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
28 Apr - 01 May. 2020 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Washington United States
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist
05 May - 08 May. 2020 Certificado Introductorio en Adquisiciones Publicas - CIPS Nivel 2 Panama Panama
Free

La finalidad de este curso es impartir a los participantes:


• Una comprensión clara de los principios de las adquisiciones públicas eficaces, del proceso general de adquisiciones y del papel de las adquisiciones institucionales y transaccionales
• Capacidad para planificar, poner en práctica y evaluar del proceso de abastecimiento adecuado al valor y del riesgo de los bienes o servicios que han de adquirirse
• Conocimientos acerca de las reglas y los procedimientos que rigen las adquisiciones de las Naciones Unidas, y las razones por las que se han instituido

 

11 May - 15 May. 2020 Diploma in Strategic Public Procurement, Level 4 - CIPS Accredited Rome Italy
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • Strategic Development Skills. To develop strategies for significant procurement, including involvement in organizatonal strategic and financial planning and to organize and manage strategic procurement activities.
  • Strategic Negotiation Skills. To improve the strategic communication and negotiation skills, including the management of commercial and legal considerations in negotiations, bargaining and conflict and resolution processes.
  • Advanced Contract Management. To develop the capacity to manage strategic supply, services and conflict resolution processes.
19 May - 20 May. 2020 Effective Programme and Procurement Teamwork Nairobi Kenya
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective logistical arrangements and to understand methods of mitigating risks and to optimize the organisation’s logistical activities
  • The capability to identify the optimal approach to handling procurement activities in the context of project implementation and deliver significant value to programmatic outcomes and delivery.
  • An understanding of when is makes sense to have a strong team approach to securing goods and services and ultimately, delivery and results.
  • Knowledge of immediate relevance to Programme staff and Managers, including integrated planning, development of specifications & TOR, development of Evaluation criteria, Evaluation of bids and proposals, and contract management.
26 May - 28 May. 2020 Contract and Supplier Relations Management Copenhagen Denmark
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of main supplier relations management methods, taking account of legal, ethical and relational issues
  • Essential contracting capabilities, including approval and contractual relationship management methods
  • Methods to manage risks, disputes and potential conflicts in the procurement and contracting processes
  • Effective contract performance and quality monitoring schemes
01 Jun - 04 Jun. 2020 Introductory Certificate in Public Procurement, Level 2 - CIPS Accredited Putrajaya Kuala Lumpur
Free

The aim of this course is to provide participants with:

  • A clear understanding of the principles of effective UN and public procurement, the generic procurement process and the role of corporate and transactional procurement
  • The capability to plan, implement and evaluate a sourcing process appropriate to the value/risk of the goods/service being procured
  • Knowledge of what rules and procedures govern UN and public procurement – and why they exist