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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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.
If you would like to learn a bit more about NECA’s newest Premier Partner Buckingham and what their staff can do for you, join us for what will make for a very interesting webinar!
In these online courses we will work with NECA student chapters to answer questions they have pertaining to their work on the Electrical Contractor’s Innovation challenge.
This session is going to cover how Greenlee BendWorks Revit add-on software can help electrical contractors to easily draw conduit runs accurately and transfer that information to the field/prefabrication shop seamlessly using a variety of methods.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on case studies that illustrate methodologies for measuring and managing jobsite productivity for sustainable, breakthrough performance gains.
This four part training is intended to introduce students to the software’s user interface and the basic electrical components that make the Autodesk Revit software a powerful and flexible modeling tool.
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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