Contracts Training Schedule
The Office of Legal Advisor provides basic training in contracts for managers. The training covers business contracts, affiliation agreements, software contracts, and other such agreements. Learning objectives include: contract negotiation, standard boiler-plate provisions, the role of legal advisor, and vendor ploys. The training also covers the Madison College contracts review process.
· February 6, 2014, 12 p.m.-1:20 p.m.
· March 6, 2014, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
· April 10, 2014, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
· May 8, 2014, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Location: Truax B2202
Non-disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement. This template should accompany the General Release of Claims-Incident form above.
General Release of Claims. This form is used for a general release of claims prior to any incident and where no money is involved.
Publicity Release and Waiver-Events. This form is used to obtain permission and a release of claims when taking pictures and photographs of students at College events, and using these pictures in College brochures.
General Release of Claims for Field Trips. This is a general release used for field trips.
General Release of Claims for Study Participants. This form is used for study participants who will be videotaped in the College. This is for a study that is not sponsored by the College.
General Release of Liability for Other Entity. Use this form when the College is releasing other entities from liability.
Madison College Contracts Manual. This manual provides general contract information for staff. It includes information on Madison contracts, how to negotiate contracts, general boilerplate contract language, and the Madison College contract review procedure.
Contract Review Form. Use this form for 38.14 contracts, affiliation agreements and student life event contracts submitted for review and approval to Legal Advisor.
Contract Review Comprehensive Form. This is a more comprehensive review form that must accompany all contacts except affiliation agreements, 38.14 agreements and student life event agreements.
Contract Review Procedure. This is a list of the contract review procedure to obtain legal review and final approval/signature.
Contract Service Agreement. This is the College's master contract template. It must accompany all contracts that have resulted from the competitive RFP process. This template is for general consulting/service transactions. This template is not for use for large major software contracts (use the vendor's template).
Contract Service Agreement Addendum One. These are additional provisions to the Madison College Contract Service Agreement for labor and public works contracts. This attachment contains the required performance and payment bond language.
Subaward Grant Template. This is a standard template for when the College subgrants work to an outside agency. This is used for non-federal grants.
Attachment(s). This template is used to attach additional provisions to a main contract before execution. Attachments generally provide supplemental information referred to in the main contract. Generally, attachments are supporting documentation.
Amendment. This template is used when the contract has already been executed (signed and into effect) and both parties mutually agree to change (modify) some of the terms. Unlike an attachment, you will notice that the amendment has a signature block for new signatures.
IV. MISCELLANEOUS AGREEMENTS AND POLICY SAMPLES AND PROVISIONS