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Course Resources

Resources for your use in the Basic Foremanship class:

Facilitator's Guide


The Facilitator’s Guide for this course can be purchased in the NECA store (Index# 4016-14
Purchase Facilitator's Guide

Note: In addition, the instructor needs access to the online component of the Basic Foremanship course

Register for the Online Component of Basic Foremanship


Registration Form

A registration form template that you can customize to include your course schedule.

Sign-In Sheet

A sign-in sheet template that includes spaces for each module. This should be printed before the first class and submitted to education@necanet.org after the last class for certificates to be issued.

Participant Directions

Sample directions you can provide to your participants on how to access the online course with a code.

Evaluation Form

The Facilitator’s Evaluation is included in the back of the Facilitator’s Guide and here for your reference.

Field Assignments

The Field Assignments for each module (15) are in the back of the Facilitator's Guide and below for your reference:


To earn a certificate for this course, all participants must:

  • Sign in and attend 12 of the 15 learning group sessions
  • Complete all 15 modules of the online course and the quizzes
  • Complete the online evaluation, necanet.org/BFEval

Complete the online evaluation now

Certificates will be issued with 30 days of receipt of all components. 


Pricing

Individuals can purchase the Basic Foremanship class via the NECA Learning Center for $90.

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