Fundamentals of Crew Leadership
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017 / 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM
& FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017 / 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
When a crew is formed to tackle a particular job, one person is appointed the Leader. How many of your field personnel are ready for the next step but don’t have the skills to run a small crew of field employees? This course will equip your future “Face of the Field” with the critical skills needed to successfully communicate with and lead a crew of craftspeople!
you may be eligible for dual credentials upon completion. When submitting Form 200, indicate completion of the two module numbers that apply to Fundamentals of Crew Leadership – 46101-11 (from NCCER’s Contren Management Series) or the applicable module in a craft training program, such as Module 26413 from NCCER’s Electrical curriculum. Transcripts will be issued accordingly.
from the instructors.
Watch a brief video to learn more from instructor, Leo Willman:
Benefits of Attending:
- Gain skills for communicating and listening.
- Learn how to provide direction to your crew.
- Take responsibility for safety.
- Understand how to effectively plan and schedule the work of your crew.
- Become the “link” between your crew and those that supervise and manage projects.
- Prepare to move up the ladder!
- The Basics
- Leadership Skills
- Project Control
Five offerings in 2017:
Preferred registration date: seven days prior to the class
February 23 & 24 - SOLD OUT!
March 23 & 24 - SOLD OUT!
April 6 & 7
October 18 & 20
November 16 & 17
Limited to 14 students.
Please download a flyer for detailed information.
Price includes: textbook, various course materials, and certificate of completion.