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Effective Construction Supervision

Attendees of this one-day course will learn valuable construction supervision skills and techniques that will improve jobsite productivity on their projects. Completing a project “on time and on budget” takes the efforts of many people. Top supervisors and foremen are able to achieve this goal by effectively managing the wide range of talents and personalities found on the jobsite. Course attendees will learn how to better coordinate with project managers, key management and office staff. They will learn how to more effectively supervise jobsite workers and how best to respond to unexpected field situations.  

This course uncovers the underlying reasons why some jobs make money and some don’t. Discover how one supervisor can obtain excellent productivity with a crew while another is constantly fighting fires and job crises. Learn to more effectively supervise your own jobs. Attendees will be better prepared and equipped with the knowledge to effectively supervise all aspects of field construction and increase jobsite productivity. This course is packed with hundreds of ideas, concepts, and techniques used by some of the most effective supervisors in the industry. Attend this course and learn how to complete all of your jobs on time and on budget.

Price: $395.00

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  • Looking at your project from the outside in
  • Using the expert in your company
  • Taking advice and soliciting lessons learned
  • Getting the 60 minute work hour
  • Fulfilling your 5 key responsibilities
  • Maintaining quality without sacrificing productivity
  • Ways to conserve assets and stop waste
  • Proven methods to prevent theft and vandalism
  • Keeping people safe and cutting worker’s compensation costs
  • Solving disputes and conflicts
  • The best ways to build and maintain teamwork
  • Improving your listening skills
  • Dealing with problem people
  • How to change behavior in others without resentment
  • Developing effective communication skills
  • Understanding how leadership style affects performance
  • Understanding project requirements and preplanning
  • Managing the paperwork burden—using it to your company’s advantage
  • Learn the art of having win-win negotiations
  • Understanding your project manager
  • Maintaining discipline and company policy
  • How listening added $60,000.00 to a firm’s profit
  • Change orders—dealing with them more effectively
  • Finding the best approach to improve subcontractor performance
  • Surefire job productivity boosters

Upon completion of the course students will be able to more effectively complete jobs on time and on budget. Students will improve their skills and effectiveness and will learn to cope with today’s labor issues. They will return to the jobsite with the structure and knowledge base to effectively improve the quality of production through expedited processes. They will better understand how to implement effective communication strategies that will substantially reduce unnecessary cost and waste of labor, material, and equipment. Students will learn what it takes to be a top construction supervisor and what the most effective ways of managing construction jobsites are.

Date City
January 17, 2018 Dallas, TX
January 30, 2018 Minneapolis, MN
February 1, 2018 Cleveland, OH
February 5, 2018 Atlanta, GA
February 13, 2018 Indianapolis, IN
February 15, 2018 Kansas City, MO
February 22, 2018 Albany, NY
February 27, 2018 Baltimore, MD
March 1, 2018 Sarasota, FL
March 8, 2018 Las Vegas, NV
March 13, 2018 Birmingham, AL
March 15, 2018 Chicago, IL
March 22, 2018 Nashville, TN
March 29, 2018 Charleston, SC
April 4, 2018 Memphis, TN
April 10, 2018 Charlotte, NC
April 12, 2018 Houston, TX
April 24, 2018 Atlanta, GA
April 26, 2018 Dallas, TX
May 3, 2018 Mobile, AL
May 15, 2018 Ann Arbor, MI

Course hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

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