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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Join Stephanie Adamec, NECA’s Executive Director of Education and Bruce Haag, Director of Education & Events Technology for a sneak peek at the Virtual Platform, a preview of virtual offerings such as Virtual Matchmaking as well as an opportunity to ask questions about the experience.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on how many business owners spend too much time working in their business and not working on their business and their personal planning. When this happens, owners may not be prepared for retirement beyond the idea selling the business.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on how to make your businesses financial statements look best to third parties, this course will discuss the relationships between financial statements, bank financing and bonding.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on what electrical contractors need to know about BIM and the process of generating and managing building data during its lifecycle.
Pleasanton, CA, US
This course focuses on how to make your businesses financial statements look best to third parties.
West Quincy, MA, US
This course focuses on offering insight into the future of safety under the current administration and suggestions on dealing with OSHA's methods and changes.
Washington, DC, US
EMI is a multi-day, in-seat leadership program for up-and-coming executives and managers.
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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