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September Education Opportunities

Thursday, August 31, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Catherine Scott
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CM3 Presents: 
OSHA 30 Hour for the Construction Industry
 

 
September 12, 13, 19. & 20
8:00 AM
$375 per student
($415 with a copy of the 29-CFR-1926 Manual)
Location: CM3 Building Solutions

This 30-Hour Construction Course presented by CM3 Building Solutions provides a variety of training to workers with any safety responsibility by emphasizing hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention—not just OSHA standards—with special emphasis on areas most commonly resulting in injuries or property damage.
 

 
2017 Service Professional Training Series:
Service Team Accountability
Instructor: MSCA's Nancy Bandy

 


Wednesday, September 13
8:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Members: $85*
Non-Members: $150
*Contractor Members in good standing get first registrant free with code:
2017SERVICETEAM-FREE

Service Team Accountability is all about helping employees take greater personal responsibility for dealing effectively with the service challenges that may be encountered in today’s rapidly-changing business environment. At the same time, participants will learn the skills required to exceed customer expectations while maintaining positive relationships with fellow associates who may have inherently conflicting needs. This seminar will help you create higher-performing work teams, communicate standards of behavior which are acceptable for the service organization, and improve service delivery to both internal and external customers so that it consistently exceeds their expectations.



 

2017 Foreman/Project Manager Training Series:
Negotiating Skills/Managing Your Subcontractors
Instructor: MCAA's John Koontz
 

 

Wednesday, September 20
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Members: $85*
Non-Members: $150
*Contractor Members in good standing get first registrant free with code:
2017KOONTZ3-FREE

Mechanical foremen and project managers spend a substantial part of each day negotiating with everyone they interact with. Most foremen and project managers have no formal training in negotiating - putting them at a great disadvantage. This session provides basic skills to improve negotiating abilities and increase your comfort level when negotiating. 
Effective management of subcontractors by the project manager and foreman ensures a successful project that is profitable, completed on time, and completed within a budget. The second half of this class will focus on developing effective and profitable subcontractor management techniques. 



 

2017 Foreman/Project Manager Training Series:
Leadership Skills/Creating Effective Partnerships
Instructor: MCAA's John Koontz

 


Thursday, September 21
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Members: $85*
Non-Members: $150
*Contractor Members in good standing get first registrant free with code:
2017KOONTZ4-FREE

Excellent project leadership is the key to successful mechanical construction projects. In this session, John will provide an understanding of these critical leadership skills and how they apply to the role of the project manager and foreman. 
In the second half of this session, John will identify and explain the top 10 components that define a great partnership. He will provide a very interactive session that clearly portrays why all wildly successful projects have two highly effective servant leaders, a foreman and a project manager, who understand the importance of working hard to develop a strong project partnership. 

 

 
Job Safety Analysis
Instructor: Hoyt Emmons of Med-Tex Services
 

 

Wednesday, September 27
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Members: $85*
Non-Members: $150
*Contractor Members in good standing get first registrant free with code:
2017JOBSAFETY-FREE

A Job Safety /Hazard Analysis (JSA or JHA) is a proven process for controlling operating hazards and costs; improving productivity; and most importantly – preventing injury and illnesses; – through the analysis of the process elements involved in completing a task. Through discussions, demonstrations and exercises, you’ll learn how to dissect processes in your operation and eliminate or reduce hazards inherent with these processes. The result: efficient procedures that help reduce personal injuries and operating costs through the identification of hazards and the control of exposures


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