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How To Be a Better Foreman

October 20 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Many great trades people take a foreman position and fail. Not for lack of skills or drive but simply for lack of guidance on how to be a great foreman. This 1-day course gives participants the fundamentals of field leadership, organization, crew morale, efficiency, and productivity.

Issues covered:
Understanding why and how many foremen fail
How the foreman’s role has changed
Dealing with workplace conflict without being a jerk
Learning how to anticipate production and jobsite issues
Understanding general and subcontractor dynamics
Understanding your role as a leader
Understand how you play a major role in increasing jobsite productivity
Instructor: Paul Simpson is a Gold Seal certified superintendent with over 15 years of trade experience. He holds a Red Seal for Plumbing and Pipefitting and has his Gasfitting certification as well. He is currently teaching the piping trades at Thompson Rivers University.

What previous participants said:
“Well structured, informative course.”
“Nice to hear different perspectives.”
“Valuable: Learning to communicate with other people on the job site.”
“Great job; a course I actually enjoyed sitting through.”

Details

Date:
October 20
Time:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Website:
https://icba.simplesignup.ca/en/2598

Venue

2666 Queensway
2666 Queensway
Prince George, BC V2L 1N2 Canada
Phone:
250-596-8118
Website:
www.icba.ca

Organizer

ICBA
Phone:
250-596-8118
Email:
sabine@icba.ca
Website:
www.icba.ca