Perth 19 May I Effective Infrastructure Social Procurement
May 19, 2020 at 8:30am - 5:00pm | TBC, Perth, WA, Australia
By the end of this workshop, participants will understand how effective planning, procurement and delivery approaches will support social sustainability, providing socio-economic benefits and industry capability. The workshop will demonstrate how impactful social procurement requirements can be written into infrastructure planning, procurement and contracts and how contractors and suppliers can effectively respond to those requirements to maximise social and industry outcomes. Key issues will include:
- Workforce sustainability (strategic workforce planning, jobs and skills, workforce culture and wellbeing, diversity and inclusion); and
- Industry participation (regional and local sourcing, SME participation, supplier diversity).
Infrastructure projects and assets, large and small, can positively impact social outcomes in the communities they interact with. Infrastructure, through its delivery, operations and maintenance, has the potential to create social uplift on a local, regional or even national level. These opportunities to provide positive social outcomes are realised through choices made at different stages of an infrastructure project life cycle.
At the same time new technologies and the changing nature of work, together with recognised skills shortages in engineering, technical and trade areas is impacting the ability of Australian businesses to access suitably skilled workforces. In addition, the current infrastructure boom means current business and workforce capacity is insufficient to meet demand and construction. These opportunities and challenges and the outcomes they create can also be impaired by poorly considered or misunderstood requirements, and lack of buy-in or drive to execute those requirements on the contractor and supplier side.
This course is designed to look at these aspects from both the contract development and contract execution point of view and provide insights and advice for improving your ability to create successful outcomes during both the delivery and operation of infrastructure.
- Social impact in infrastructure
- Project strategy vs business strategy
- Procurement planning and client engagement
- Supplier sourcing and contract management
- Successfully delivering contract outcomes
- Describe the benefits of effective social procurement requirements in infrastructure
- Explain the key considerations in developing effective social procurement requirements
- Identify the key aspects in delivering successful responses to social procurement requirements in contracts
1 Day, hosted interactive
Government and contractor procurement personnel, contract developers, planners, suppliers, sustainability and human resources professionals involved in social procurement requirements and outcomes in infrastructure.
Date and Time
19 May 2020 | 8.30am - 5pm | 1 day
Non member: $1,045
(All fees are inclusive of GST)
All fees quoted are per person, in Australian dollars and include GST. ISCA Member discounts are applicable to employees of member organisation only. All credit card payments will incur an additional 3.5% fee.
Payments typically take 5 working days to clear. An invoice/receipt will be issued as soon as possible
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