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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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Westchester, IL, US

This 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.

Mount Vernon, WA, US

This 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.

This interactive, live, online event will focus on accurate estimates that are vital to a contractor’s survival and one wrong estimate can erode the entire company’s profits.

Oak Brook, IL, US

This half-day, in-seat course focuses on identifying and eliminating potential blind spots to those behaviors which could be sabotaging performance and create dysfunctional cultures impacting safety, quality and productivity.

This interactive, live, online event will focus on teaching electrical contracting project managers and superintendents how to improve productivity through a focus on lean construction principles.

St. Louis Park , MN, US

With the future bringing more of the same accelerated challenges of schedule compression, pricing pressure, and manpower shortages, the industry will be forced to innovate at a heightened clip.

St. Louis Park , MN, US

This course will explain ownership transition and management succession.

This interactive, live, online event will focus on various types of expenses incurred by an electrical contractor in support of a proper determination of overhead and burden rates.

San Diego, CA, US

This 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.

Meridian, ID, US

This half-day, in-seat course focuses on identifying and eliminating potential blind spots to those behaviors which could be sabotaging performance and create dysfunctional cultures impacting safety, quality and productivity.

The 2021 National Training Institute will be held virtually! Please see https://nti.electricaltrainingevents.org/ for more information.

This interactive, live, online event will provide participants with a clear understanding of the background of Lean in Construction, why it’s important, why it’s effective and why they should care.

This interactive, live, online event will focus on case studies that illustrate methodologies for measuring and managing jobsite productivity for sustainable, breakthrough performance gains.

St. Louis Park , MN, US

This full-day, in-seat course focuses on what electrical contractors need to know about Building Information Modeling and the process of generating and managing building data during its lifecycle.

Bloomington, MN, MN, US

This one-day, in-seat course focuses on overcoming huddles that could inhibit a job and maintaining focus in on-site jobs.

This interactive, live, online event will focus on how well defined, scalable systems and processes deployed with technology and used consistently by everyone in the company are the foundation to minimizing risk and achieving predictable results.

This interactive, live, online two-day session will identify the characteristics and habits of employee safety and will explain how their buy-in affects the company’s safety culture.

This interactive, live, online event will focus 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.

Scottsdale, AZ

Duluth, MN , MN, US

This one-day, in-seat course focuses on identifying when a change order is and isn't necessary and minimizing reverberating effects as a result of change orders.

This interactive, live, online event will layout the required structure and tools needed for contractors to get ready to adopt industrialization, reduce cost and stay profitable.

Philadelphia, PA

San Diego, CA

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