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Field Leadership Training Program

For Field Leaders, Lead Man, Foreman, and Superintendents

This course is for the recently promoted crew leader, and anyone in management. It covers basic leadership skills and explains different leadership styles, communication, delegating, and problem-solving.

Topics include the crew leader’s role in job site safety, project planning, scheduling, and estimating, with new performance tasks to assist the learning process.

Prerequisite – OSHA 10

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Training Center

When and Where – There are two (2) different dates and locations (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

ABC Institute – Coconut Creek Training Center
3720 Coconut Creek Parkway, Suite H
Coconut Creek, FL 33066

ABC Institute – Doral Training Center
2890 NW 79th Avenue
Doral, FL 33122

Cost: ABC $495.00 members, $595.00 non-members

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Course Description
Fundamentals of Crew Leadership Introduces the basics of construction crew leadership. Presents the industry today, handling people today, need for training, and supervision skills. Sets the plan for the foreman training program.
Getting the Job Done Following company policy and procedures; planning and communicating with the crew; planning and communicating with superintendents and PM’s; management by walking around.
Leadership 1 Leadership skills defined. Types of leadership and management; characteristics of leaders in construction; functions of the foreman as leaders.
Leadership 2 Continues from leadership 1 with “expected leadership behavior today”; communication skills (including case study workshop); employee motivation and accountability; team building; typical problem-solving.
Project Control Phases of a construction project; planning, planning, and planning; types of schedules; types of costs; controlling costs by managing resources.
Safety Reviewing essentials of project safety; describing the risks of safety failures; conducting safety tool-box talks and why.
Project Estimating and Budgeting Describe the estimating process; project budgets and how they must be managed by the foreman.
Review and Module Exam Review and deliver the NCCER Fundaments of Crew Leadership module exam. Wrap up with feedback from participants.

For more information contact us at info@WeTrain.org or call 954-580-2950.

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