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Fundamentals of Crew Leadership
February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm$285 – $407
Fundamentals of Crew Leadership
Thursday, February 15, 2018 / 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
& Friday, February 16, 2018 / 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
This event is sold out.
Register for the next Crew Leadership course in April HERE.
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!
“The discussion between students and facilitator provided beneficial insight into different leadership styles and approaches to challenges. The material provided a structured approach to leadership in construction.” – Dylan Seyler, S & S Structures, Inc.
“Benefitted me because I learned a lot: how to plan & schedule jobs, to plan things out so you can get your work done faster and make more profit, how to deal with other contractors on the job site and to set a good example on everything you do on the jobsite” – Ken Mowery, Paul Risk Construction
Note: 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.
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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!
Grow Your Knowledge and Learn More About:
Section I – The Basics: Industry Today; Gender and Cultural Issues; Business Organization
Section II: Leadership Skills; Introduction to Leadership; The Shift in Work Activities; Becoming a Leader; Communication; Motivation; Team Building; Getting the Job Done; Problem Solving and Decision Making
Section III: Safety; Safety Overview; Costs of Accidents; Safety Regulations; Employer Safety Responsibilities; Crew Leader Involvement in Safety; Promoting Safety
Section IV: Project Control; Project Control Overview; Project Delivery Systems; Cost Estimating and Budgeting; The Planning Process; Planning Resources; Scheduling; Cost Control; Resource Control; Production and Productivity
Prerequisite for Credentials:
You may be eligible for credentials upon successful completion of this course. You must register on-line with the NCCER registry one week prior to the course date if seeking to obtain credentials. A brand new user of the system will not have an account or an NCCER Card Number. Follow the directions below to create an account and obtain an NCCER Card Number:
Click on the below link to view/download the “How to CREATE AN ACCOUNT (NCCER Card Number Not Yet Assigned)”
If you have questions, please contact NCCER customer service at 888.622.3720 or email email@example.com
You will be required to fill out some additional information, make sure to click the “Save button” to complete this process and to save the profile. Be sure to bring your card number to the first day of class.
Those that do not have online access that want credentials will be required to stay after the first session where they will be provided with online access to complete the NCCER registration process. It is the responsibility of the participant to register online to be eligible for credentials.
This event is sold out. Register for the next Crew Leadership course in April HERE.
Preferred registration date: seven days prior to the class
Price includes: textbook, various course materials and certificate of completion
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