9:30 am - 12:30 pm


Kents Hill Park Training & Conference Centre
Swallow House, Timbold Drive, Kents Hill Park, Milton Keynes, MK7 6BZ
Loading Map....

NEC3 has made a significant contribution to the engineering and construction industry in particular, to do things differently and better.

It is 12 years since NEC3 was published, and through a network of more than 300 companies who are regularly engaged via the NEC3 Users’ Group, and from clients generally, the NEC team has received feedback and requests for features and contract solutions to support on-going improvement.

NEC4 has taken the successful NEC3 contract suite and enhanced it, with some new features and some new forms of contract. All of the changes are a direct result of feedback from industry, to support methods and provide solutions which clients are demanding.

This half day event is free for MHA members and is designed to summarise the changes for existing users, enabling them to identify these where NEC4 will become their contract of choice.

event outcomes

At the end of the course participants should be able to:

  • summarise differences between NEC3 and NEC4 across key processes
  • recognise where NEC4 will improve the procurement process
  • describe the key features on the new NEC4 contracts

Intended for:

This event is provided by the MHA for users of NEC3 contracts with particular emphasis of this module is comparisons between the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract and the NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).

It is designed for those who work with any of the NEC contracts including project managers, contract managers, service managers, procurement managers, supervisors, quantity surveyors, clients, consultants, contractors and their supply chain. Delegates should therefore have some knowledge and experience with NEC contracts in action.

Participants are required to bring their own copies of the NEC 3 & NEC 4 ECC contracts and guidance notes which are essential for the course but will not be provided.

The MHA is providing similar content, as an online module – free for MHA members – if the event date is unsuitable.

To either book onto this learning event or access the virtual learning module,


if you have a learner account already click the LOGIN button

if you do not have a learner account

click the REGISTER button to create a user account. Once you have created an account you will be able to see and request MHA workshops, virtual modules and learning events. You will see requested learning tab – click on course request and then go down the list to find this course and follow the instructions. Please indicate 0n on the course fee.

Guidance on how to access the learning and development gateway is available in the Learning Management System user guide. You can download a copy here.


Map is loading...