Ministries & Govt Entities
This training course aims to empower the Recovery and Collection Team members of banks and financial institutions with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform credit recovery and collections effectively.
Recovery and Collection Team members in banks and financial institutions
- General concepts relating to debts (types & categories)
- Negotiation skills and the role of the debt collector.
- Legal action to enforce debts.
- Practical application.
- Be able to identify the different types and categories of debt.
- Be able to describe the credit cycle, including events of default.
- Be able to identify and use effective tools for debt collection (such as negotiation skills).
- Be familiar with the legal procedures for debt enforcement.
Enable participants to understand the principles of interpretation of legal text and how to analyze legal text in a particular context
Employees in specialised positions in legal departments.
1. The fundamental principles of legal interpretation.
- The principles of legal interpretation and implications.
- Types of legal interpretation and their importance.
- Doctrines of interpretation.
- Types of legal interpretation, authorized bodies and the extent of mandatory opinions (legislative interpretation, judicial
interpretation, jurisprudence interpretation, and administrative interpretation.
2.Rules of Legal interpretation and its mechanisms.
- Cases that require interpretation.
- The scope of diligence required when interpreting Legal text.
- The most important mechanisms and methods of interpretation.
- Legal frameworks to be considered when interpreting Legal text.
3.Interpreting legal text and applying the law to the facts.
- Analysis of the legal problem.
- Determine the applicable legal text.
- Apply the legal interpretation of the text to the facts.
- How to draft a memorandum setting out a legal opinion.
4.Interpreting legal text and applying the law to the facts.
- Review and discuss the most common mistakes made in legal interpretation with a practical workshop to develop the
participants’ interpretation and analysis skills.
This training course aims to enable participants to enhance their knowledge and develop practical skills in handling claims and managing emerging disputes relating to contracts to prevent risk.
- Tender, procurement, and contract Managers.
- Engineers and project Managers.
- Directors and members of legal departments.
- Directors of administrative and financial affairs.
- All employees whose work is related to project management and project implementation.
- Introduction: Unified contracts for the construction, building, and civil works and their relationship to FIDIC contracts.
- Parties to the unified contract for building and construction and the relationship arising therefrom.
- Claims arising from the performance of the contract.
- Dispute management and resolution mechanisms.
- Practical application.
- Provide trainees with Legal English terminology for different kinds of contracts.
- Provide trainees with an opportunity to practice using appropriate Legal English terminology for contracts.
- Enable trainees to improve their Legal English language skills in the context of contracts.
- Legal Advisors and In-house Legal Counsel
- Procurement Officers
- Business Development Managers
- Trainee Lawyers
- Business Professionals
- Legal English for entering into a contract and the structure of a contract:
- Pre-requisites for entering into a contract.
- Legal English to describe the structure of a written contract.
- Legal English used in the body of a written contract:
- Style and writing of contracts.
- Typical contract clauses.
- Legal English to describe the end of an offer, termination, or exiting of a contract:
- Some common Legal English terms and collocations.
- Legal English for specific contracts.
This Program aims to enable participants to develop their writing competencies to enhance their work performance, by using
sound, simple and functional Arabic language required for administrative and legal jobs.
- Administrative and legal staff including supervisors
- Managers and their assistants
- Media professionals
- Coordinators whose jobs require clerical work in Arabic, including addressing officials and private institutions Board Secretaries
- The status of the Arabic language in the Omani
- Clerical work of administrative workers
- General controls for administrative correspondence
o Methodological controls
o Linguistic controls
o Common mistakes in administrative correspondence
- Practical activities