Certified Contract Manager
A FIDIC Certified Contract Manager is a senior-level professional capable of demonstrating knowledge of, and an ability to apply and manage the provisions of the following FIDIC publications related to the management of contracts during its project lifecycle:
- FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Construction – Red Book (1999 and 2017 edition)
- FIDIC Conditions of Contract for Plant & Design-Build – Yellow Book (1999 and 2017 edition)
- FIDIC Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects – Silver Book (1999 and 2017 edition)
- FIDIC Golden Principles (2019)
As a FIDIC Certified Contract Manager, the individual also has basic understanding and awareness of all other FIDIC Body of Knowledge (FBOK) documents, as described on the FIDIC website (www.fidic.org) and in particular, the FIDIC Procurement Procedure Guide (1st edition 2011).
The FIDIC Certified Contract Manager certification is an internationally recognised qualification and a must-have for all professionals working in FIDIC contract management who wish to validate their skillsets as regards sub-clauses mechanisms, the analysis, management and delivery of projects which use FIDIC forms of contract.
Details of the application requirements, assessment, fees, and available dates are available in the relevant sections beneath the flowchart. They summarise the general application process and the steps needed to qualify for the FCL certification exams.
The online assessment will be held three to four times per annum, as indicated in the “Dates” section.
If the application period is not open when you view this page, inform us of your interest in this certification programme, by filling out the Expression of Interest (EOI) form and you will be notified when the next application period opens.
The flowchart below provides a guide to the application process and the steps needed to qualify for the FCL certification exams.
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