This interactive, live, online event will discuss the New FASB Revenue Recognition Standard to Your Advantage.
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This webinar will look at the recent events that involve COVID-19 and the mental health effects they have had on day to day activities and job-related stress of the new working environments.
Tailored, for electrical contractors, this live, instructor-led online course focuses on the basics of creating raceways inside of Revit for the purpose of coordination and installation drawings.
This webinar will discuss how simPRO software can be used to discover practical ways you can transform your business with powerful field service management software.
This course focuses on critical financial indicators that point to problems on projects early so they can be rectified.
This 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 webinar will discuss how electrical contractors can benefit from joining a focus group.
This Technology Spotlight webinar will discuss how SysQue can save time from Revit design through fabrication and installation with new features for the electrical contractors.
The 2020 National Training Institute will be held virtually! Please see https://nti.electricaltrainingevents.org/ for more information.
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.
This interactive, live, online event will discuss how to improve productivity ahead of daily obstacles that can impact your job.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on process improvement and management and leadership techniques to provide participants with the foundation of management expertise they need to efficiently direct the entire project life cycle, from start-up to close-out.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on the methods to transfer ownership to key employees, how to identify key employees and strategies for the planning process.
Driving Project Success is a half-day, in-seat course that focuses on the importance of productivity, motivation, coaching, leadership, planning and technology to drive project performance to success.
This Technology Spotlight Series will discuss how successful contractors have a proactive and automated way keep them on time and on budget as the key to their profitability.
This four-day, in-seat course focuses on defining project management, planning reliability, contract administration, scheduling fundamentals and benchmarking and quality control.
This one-day, in-seat course focuses on process improvement and management and leadership techniques to provide participants with the foundation of management expertise they need to efficiently direct the entire project life cycle.
St Louis Park, MN
This course is a management platform to give participants the skills they need to develop leadership power, transform resistance into support, master best practices for influencing others and delegate effectively.
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.
King of Prussia, PA
The NEW NECA Factors include 18 elements used to create a definitive methodology for productivity analysis.
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.
Oak Brook, IL, US
This session explains the methods to transfer ownership to key employees, how to identify key employees and strategies for the planning process.
This course focuses on a BIQ process that first identifies customer expectations, converts these expectations into requirements, then develops a work plan process and quality program to produce error-free results.
This one-day, in-seat course investigates the market shift from industrial to commercial-residential electrical contracting.
Join your fellow Chapter Executives to learn how to operate your chapter office more effectively.
This course focuses on case studies that illustrate methodologies for measuring and managing jobsite productivity for sustainable, breakthrough performance gains.
San Diego, CA
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