CHRIS ROOS & ASSOCIATES regularly conducts In-House Seminars on request especially where corporate training is required for larger groups. Our In-House seminars can follow either our standard accredited seminar programmes (www.chrisroos.com) or be tailored according to the client’s needs. The seminars generally take place over 2 days. Timing and content can be flexible to suit your individual needs. Our 2-day seminars earn 2 CPD points with the 3-day seminars earning 3 CPD points respectively.

Why In-House training?

  • CHRIS ROOS & ASSOCIATES specialises exclusively in engineering and construction law and is considered a market leader, delegates are therefor exposed to the latest developments and best practices in the industry and given the tools to manage the associated challenges.
  • In-House training is on average 50% less expensive than external training. 
  • Our In-House seminars allows for unlimited attendees.
  • The training is around your own contracts and particular conditions and needs.
  • You can be frank and honest thus minimising confidentiality concerns.
  • Conducting a seminar for a single client makes it easier to focus on specific topics and areas that are causing problems inside the client business.
  • In-House seminars are scheduled at the convenience of the business at a location of your choice.
  • Creates a coherent approach and "buy in" at all levels of the organisation.
  • Allows choice of seminar dates and length, minimising disruption and production loss.
  • No travel and accommodation costs or wasted travel time for your employees.
  • We can also stay an additional day to consult on a one-on-one basis.
  • Employees remains accessible to your clients and are not absent from projects.
  • No risk of seminar cancellation due to low seminar reservations.
  • Employees continue to earn Continuous Professional Development points.  
  • Safety concerns of travel are eliminated.
  • We can customise to meet your business requirements.


CHRIS ROOS & ASSOCIATES offers In-House training on the following Engineering and Construction Contracts and related topics:

  • The Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC) Contract
  • The General Conditions of Contract for Construction Works (GCC) 2010 & 2015 Contracts
  • The NEC3 and NEC4 Suite of Contracts
  • The FIDIC 1999 and 2017 Suite of Contracts
  • The South African Construction Regulations
  • The CIDB Prescripts
  • Anti-Corruption and Prevention Seminar 

For more information on our In-House seminars, kindly visit www.chrisroos.com.