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NECA’s education and professional development programs provide information and instruction on innovation, business trends and effective leadership that electrical contractors can only get from the industry leader. We provide the education and training that keeps our members on the forefront of the electrical contracting industry.

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NECA has developed resources to assist member contractors with OSHA’s Final Rule on Silica. With updates in OSHA’s Electronic Recordkeeping and other regulatory activities, this webinar is designed to prepare you for 2018 and beyond.

Minneapolis, MN, US

This one-day, in-seat course focuses on the principles of project scheduling and time management, with focus on owner and general contractor schedule breakdown, Work Breakdown Structure, total job scheduling and planning, feedback and optimization of tasks.

Atlanta, GA, US

This course focuses on the best practices being deployed in the construction industry, the importance of design standardization, linking estimating to detailing to prefabrication to field installation and logistics and inventory management ideas to further enhance cost reductions resulting in higher margins.

Atlanta, GA, US

This course focuses on how to define standard procedures in your organization, generate buy-in that will operationalize their use and how to utilize them as a platform to build bench depth that will move the organization to the next level.

Phoenix, AZ, US

This four-day, blended learning course focuses on process for assembling an estimate including: developing material lists, applying labor unit data, material takeoff and application of direct job costs, overhead, and profit.

Austin, TX, US

EMI is a multi-day, in-seat leadership program for up-and-coming executives and managers.

San Diego, CA, US

This four-day, blended learning course focuses on process for assembling an estimate including: developing material lists, applying labor unit data, material takeoff and application of direct job costs, overhead, and profit.

Staff Executive Training School (SETS) to be held in Bethesda, MD

This is for chapter administrative staff only. CATS is a two-day hands-on workshop for chapter administrative staff processing member information and service charges.

San Diego, CA, US

This two-day, in-seat course takes an in depth look at each step involved in developing an accurate and competitive bid for a job.

Phoenix, AZ

This two-day, in-seat course takes an in depth look at each step involved in developing an accurate and competitive bid for a job.

Chicago,, IL

Join your fellow Chapter Executives to learn how to operate your chapter office more effectively.

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