Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 6th 2015 Contents A11
Monday, April 6, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
At Hyatt Trinidad Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain
Tutor: Robert Cochrane, MA (Cantab), Dip Arb C. Eng., FICE, FCIArb, FCIT
For further info: 623-9396 or 627-2522 or 720-0850 Fax: 625-5749
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The seminar provides the necessary knowledge for professionals from Government Ministries and Agencies, Private Sector Employers, Consulting
Engineers, Contractors, Quantity Surveyors, Architects, Legal Advisers and all involved with the implementation and management of large Works
Contracts and the next generation of International Projects. It is particularly important to those involved in preparing or managing infrastructure projects.
These courses are designed for optimum interaction to help participants have confidence in working with these documents whether representing
Employers, Consultants or Contractors and provide professionals with essential contractual know-how for working on future international projects.
Ensure that your staff is prepared for working with these important documents that are becoming the international contractual
language of the 21st Century.
F d ration Internationale
des Ing nieurs - Conseils
Joint Consultative Council
for the Construction Industry
Risk Analyses, Selection of appropriate Contracts, General provisions, responsibilities of
the employer, funding by employer, claims by the employer, responsibilities of the engi-
neer, delegations by engineer, engineers determinations, responsibilities of the contrac-
tor, nominated contractors (red book), design (yellow book), contractors documents
(yellow book), labour requirements, workmanship etc.
Commencement procedures, programme, extension of time, suspension, taking over cer-
tificate, defects period & performance certificate, measurement, evaluation, variations,
payment, termination by employer, suspension/ termination by contractor, risks and
responsibilities, insurance, force majeure, contractor's claims disputes adjudication
board, amicable settlement, arbitration.
Acting President Raziah Ahmed is
urging the nation to hold dearly the
institution of family and to worship
as a family.
"May the life of Christ be an ever
present reminder of how we may walk
with piety and indeed a constant
reminder of the power and glory of the
Lord," she said in her Easter message.
"The observance of Holy Week is a
mark of the gratitude of Christians as
it culminates the period of Lent---a
time of sacrifice, abstentions and soul-
Ahmed said Easter is a reminder to
be focused, "heralds a renewal of spir-
ituality, and is testimony that despite
the complexity of a fast-paced envi-
ronment, a super informed society and
the stressors of modern-day living, we
have the ability to refocus our minds
and hearts and rededicate ourselves to
the true purpose of existence."
She said the season celebrates the
"holy and miraculous life and ascension
of the Messiah---a life of great humility
and profound example that reflects
the ultimate triumph of good ever-
"Born to the blessed Virgin Mary,
among the most celebrated and holy
of all women, the Messiah walked this
earth teaching the great values of love,
worship and forgiveness," she said.
Deputy CEO, FCB Jason Julien, sixth from right, poses with finalists of the FCB National Poetry Slam
(formally the Bocas Verses Poetry Slam) competition to be held at Globe Cinema, Port-of-Spain, on May 3.
The finalists (Brandon O'Brian, Akile Wallace, Kleon McPherson, Ariana Herbert, Kito Fortune, Chile
Pilgrim, Darron Sandy, Deneka Thomas, Jabari Lynch, Verne Titte, Brendon O'Brien and Leandra
Williamson) were named when NGC Bocas Lit Fest and First Citizens hosted Rhyme---An Evening of
Poetry, Music and Cocktails at the Rotunda, First Citizens Corporate Centre, Queen's Park East, Port-of-
Spain. Kwame Weeks, Marcus Mulette, Crystal Skeete and KC Martin make up the standby list.
PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER
Links Archive April 5th 2015 April 7th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page