NCCER Management

NCCER Management

NCCER Instructor Certification Training Program (ICTP)

Length: 8-16 hours (Estimated)

The objectives of this course are to gain a fundamental understanding of speaking, training and facilitation, to increase confidence and develop skills in your training and speaking abilities, to become NCCER Certified and conduct NCCER craft, safety and management classes.

NCCER Project Management

Length: 40 hours (5 Days) (Estimated)

This focused seminar will provide you with tools and “Lessons Learned” to assist you along your career path to becoming a leader and team builder in the construction industry. Some of the course topics covered are: Leadership, communication, how to handle confrontation, getting past NO, documentation. Causes and cost of rework, scheduling, resource and cost control, bidding strategies and measuring project and crew productivity. The curriculum is based on the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) accredited national standard for Project Management.

NCCER Project Supervision

Length: 32 hours (4 Days) (Estimated)

The objective of the NCCER Project Supervision course is to provide both experienced and inexperienced field management personnel with a comprehensive program that is competency-based and offers a step-by-step approach to honing their natural abilities while developing the essential skills that will improve their performance as leaders. This course will cover the following topics: How to enhance communication with employees when functioning in a leadership role, Learn the basic components of a construction safety program, Introduction to quality, Learn the mechanics of the planning process, breaking down a project and setting the job site schedule. Finally, an introduction to resource cost control and awareness; how to control resources on the job, solve problems affecting productivity, maintain cost reporting and perform simple production analyses.

NCCER Supervisor & Crew Leadership Class

Length: 16 Hours (2 Days - Estimated)

The objective of the NCCER Fundamentals of Crew Leadership course is to introduce and/or reiterate to the supervisor the fundamentals of effective supervision emphasizing professionalism through knowledge, experience and applied skills. This course will cover the following topics: How to become a professional field supervisor, how to apply a total safety performance program through effective preplanning and project scheduling, how to prepare daily and weekly plans and schedules, how to manage important working relationships with owners, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and other contractors, and how to be an effective leader and motivator.

All Public Crew Leadership courses follow a set schedule:

Day 1: 8AM – 5PM
Day 2: 8AM – 5PM

2021 Dates:

May 20th and 21st