Entry-level foremen or those who wish to move into a foreman role will greatly benefit from Basic Foremanship. This course is designed as a blend of fifteen online and in-seat learning modules to maximize participants’ time, and covers topics such as the foreman’s role, documentation, mobilizing the job for success, maintaining a safe job and project closeout.
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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.
This interactive live online event will focus on challenges contractors face, the opportunities to overcome them, and some best practices to foster and achieve success.
This session will discuss the importance of construction professionals leveraging data to improve their decision-making process will have a significant competitive advantage allowing them to build a culture of continuous improvement through benchmarking.
This years Falls Stand Down Webinar will focus on providing information related to conducting a Proper Stand Down Event from OSHA as well research and implementing Fall Protection measures to protect employees.
Evansville, IN, US
This course focuses on how to use the 3 sources of data namely, Estimating, Field and Accounting using simple statistical methods to improve the hit ratios and accuracy of the estimates.
Jacksonville, FL, 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.
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.
NECA offers webinars, a live event that takes place over the web, on a variety of topics throughout the year, often instructional sessions, or presentations. Participants can view documents and applications via their computers, while shared audio allows for presentation and discussion. Most webinars are recorded for future viewing.
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