This 4-hour course will increase your ability to communicate with others about these documents and help resolve disputes. Topics covered: significant documents, improving flow, terminology, bidding process, and more! Who should attend: Supervisors, project managers, top employees of general contractors, subcontractors and specialty contractors.Additional Class Information
This 6 session, 18-hour introductory course will provide the blueprint fundamentals needed to help you organize and apply Blueprint Reading skills towards preparing accurate forecasts of the materials, labor and costs involved in a project.
Please bring: architectural scale, engineer scale, colored pencils and calculator.
Remaining session dates: July 17, July 24, July 31, August 7 and August 14View Flyer
This 7-hour course will show participants: How to develop fundamental project management skills, a basic understanding of the estimating and bidding process, different types of schedules, contracts, claims, and checklists, etc. This class is for upcoming PM’s, foremen, new PM’s, and students who completed “Stepping Up To Supervisor” with ABC.View Flyer
Class is two half day sessions, both from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Second day is tomorrow, July 20.
Class Contents: Final contractor’s affidavit, Notice of termination, Notice of commencement, Serving notices to owner, Notice of contest of claim against payment bond, Release forms, Increase in lien transfer, Security for costs and attorney fees, Over 140 pages of lien law, payment bond information, forms and statutes, 12 case studies and MORE!Additional Class Information
Join CFC ABC and Brown & Brown Insurance and learn how to navigate an Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) or Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP) on a construction project. Educate your company on the risks, rewards, and costs associated with these projects and how they impact your overall insurance program.Additional Class Information
Basic ideas, techniques, skills and strategies to become a more effective supervisor.
This 12-hour, four-part course will show participants: How their attitude affects others & overall productivity, how to carry out basic day-to-day responsibilities, how to manage yesterday’s peers, how to deal with problems, how to get results through other people, how to deal with special situations.
Who should attend? First time foremen, crew leaders, candidates for supervisory positions.
Join us for four half-day sessions, jam-packed with activities, lessons and discussion on the topics that matter most to today’s leaders, including:
- Mindful delegation
- Generational leadership
- Effective coaching
- HR 101
- Performance reviews
- Much More!