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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Oak Brook, IL, 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.
National Training Institute (NTI) is an annual event that offers a variety of educational and training opportunities to meet the rapidly changing demands of the electrical industry.
Phoenix, AZ, US
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 half-day, in-seat course focuses on building cost projections to better predict how capital will be utilized throughout a project.
Fargo, ND, US
This course focuses on the management of change orders and will provide opportunities to price change orders.
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.
Lakewood, WA, US
This full-day, in-seat course focuses on how to calculate revenue earned, balance sheet accounts that are unique to contractors and key financial ratios for contractors.
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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