Interactive Workshops

Purchase BOTH Construction Boot Camps and save $$$! $695 by 12/2/13; $825 after 12/2/13 and onsite.

Construction Boot Camp for Field Leaders—Four Corners of Field Leadership Excellence
Code: MOLBC
Date/Time: Monday, January 20 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Boot Camp Leader: Brad Humphrey

Who Should Attend?
This Boot Camp is for the construction owner or senior leader who may need a tune-up and is trying to move their field leaders to the next level. It’s also for the construction field leader who is fighting daily battles bringing their people along.

Articulation
•    Five techniques to better communication
•    Get your point across without losing respect AND your job
•    Build confidence in your public presentation
Coordination
•    Build better understanding between you and others
•    Line out daily expectations with less confusion and greater productivity
•    Keep your team organized, focused and coordinated
Organization
•    Build next week’s mindset by using the best planning tool
•    Use of Daily AM and PM Huddles
•    Keep your eyes on the week’s production requirements and make adjustments
Acceleration
•    Four tips to take your workers to the “next level” of success
•    Develop vision; then learn how to cast that vision
•    Ten time-management tools to make you the “Most Valuable Field Leader” in your company

Boot Camp attendees will receive a copy of:
• Next Week’s Look Ahead
• AM/PM Huddle Card
• Field Leader’s HR Pocket Coach©
• Several leadership templates to be used for company development efforts

Registration includes continental breakfast and light lunch.

NOTE: Space is limited to 75 participants, so register early!
MOLBC FEE: $395; $475 after 12/2/13 and onsite
8.0 continuing education hours approved for AIA/CES, TCA and MCAA.


NEW!  Construction Boot Camp for Field Executives—Becoming a Strategic Planner
Code: TULBC
Date/Time: Tuesday, January 21 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Boot Camp Leader: Brad Humphrey


Who Should Attend?
Field Leaders continue to make decisions that impact employees, customers, quality and company profits. This NEW Boot Camp will help contractors, senior field leaders and crew leaders become better strategic thinkers and planners, organized meeting facilitators, trainers of the new work ethic employee and job-cost drivers of accountability.

Strategic Thinking & Planning
•    Why strategic thinking is superior: 6 advantages of the strategic thinker
•    Five steps to strategic decision making that produces greater results
•    Strategic planning that elevates the Field Leader’s effectiveness & reputation
Facilitating the Perfect Meeting
•    How to plan for the perfect construction meeting: Pre-Job; Contractor Meetings; & Post-Job Reviews
•    Skills needed to run the perfect meeting: What you need to press the best from the rest!
•    10 Facilitation Skills guaranteed to improve your facilitation efforts & meeting results
Training the New Work Ethic Construction Worker
•    How to prepare for the new 60% of your job effort: Mentally, Emotionally, & Physically
•    Eight training skills & techniques that build better workers who retain what you teach
•    Spotting future “trainers” from your workforce and training them on how to keep your company strong and growing
Job-Costing that Drives Performance
•    The four financial drivers of every construction project
•    How to coach the proper use of job costs with your work crews
•    Developing your project “score-card” with key performance numbers that workers will learn to care about and respect

Boot Camp attendees will receive a copy of:
• Strategic Thinking articles for additional educational support
• Crew “Score-Card” Template
• Facilitation Meeting Tools i.e. agendas, meeting notes, action plans

Registration includes continental breakfast and light lunch.

NOTE: Space is limited to 75 participants, so register early!
TULBC FEE: $395; $475 after 12/2/13 and onsite
8.0 continuing education hours approved for AIA/CES, TCA and MCAA.


OSHA 10-Hour Concrete/Masonry Construction Safety Program
Code: MOOSHA
Date/Time: Monday – Tuesday, January 20-21 | 7:30 am - 1:30 pm
OSHA Trainer: Matt Murphy

This OSHA 10-hour construction program is specifically designed to help concrete/masonry workers and supervisors identify and avoid hazards they are likely to encounter every day on the job. The workshop is highly engaging and includes video segments of jobsite scenarios that show typical hazards and their remedies.

This interactive workshop will be presented in designated modules using a combination of text book material, visual media, lecture and demonstration:
•    Introduction to OSHA & General Safety and Health Provisions
•    Health Hazards and Basics of Personal Protective Equipment
•    Electrical Safety
•    Struck By/Caught In
•    Fall Protection
•    Scaffolding
•    Ladder Safety
•    Trenching/Excavation
•    Concrete and Masonry Construction
•    Safety Programs

Registration includes 29 CFR 1926 OSHA Construction Industry Regulations Manual (a $50 value), Introduction to OSHA Student Handout Packet, continental breakfast, boxed lunch and safety training completion card.

NOTE: Space is limited to 40 participants, so register early!
MOOSHA FEE: $395; $475 after 12/2/13 and onsite
10.0 continuing education hours approved for AIA/CES (HSW), MCAA and DBPR/CILB No. 0010684.


NEW! Train-the-Trainer: Construction Forklifts
Code: MOCFT  
Date/Time: Monday, January 20 | 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Instructor: Ron Overton

URGENT NOTICE:
As per the new federal law 29CFR1910.178 employers must ensure that all employees who operate forklift trucks are qualified persons and they have been trained, passed a written exam and evaluated in their ability to operate the classification of forklift truck safely and perform the operating tasks required of them. (Proof of training or qualification must be available to OSHA upon request.)

1. Employer must ensure that all employees have been properly trained, tested and evaluated on the safe use of the forklift in accordance with federal law prior to operating one at work
2. Operators must be retrained, retested and reevaluated whenever they are involved in an accident, near miss or observed operating unsafely
3. All operators must be reevaluated every three years by the employer on their safe use of the forklift trucks

In this 4-hour trainer workshop, employers’ attendees will receive a complete in-house qualification program and training on how to implement. Participants will become authorized as in-house instructors to teach rules/regulations on how to properly inspect and operate class 1, 4, 5 & 7 forklift trucks (including tele-handers or reach trucks).

Participants will receive the Trainer’s Kit (valued at $395) which contains Trainer’s Manual, PowerPoint presentation and script, practice quizzes with grading keys, practical evaluation forms, six forklift safety posters, twenty 48-page student handbooks and a tote bag. Registration fee includes complimentary admission to WOC 2014 exhibits—a $80 value.

NOTE: Space is limited to 75 participants, so register early!
MOCFT Trainer Course Fee: WOC Special $595; $695 after 12/2/13 and onsite (Regularly $895.00)


NEW!  Train-the-Trainer: Aerial and Scissor Lifts
Code: MOASL
Date/Time: Monday, January 20 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Instructor: Ron Overton

URGENT NOTICE:
As per the federal and state laws 29CFR1910.178 employers must ensure that all employees who operate Aerial Boom and Scissor Lifts are qualified persons and they have been trained, passed a written exam and evaluated in their ability to operate the Aerial Boom and/or Scissor Lift safely and perform the operating tasks required of them. (Proof of training or qualification must be available to OSHA upon request.)

1. Employer must ensure that all employees have been properly trained, tested and evaluated on the safe use of the Aerial Boom and Scissor Lifts in accordance with federal law prior to operating one at work
2. Operators must be retrained, retested and reevaluated whenever they are involved in an accident, near miss or observed operating unsafely
3. Fall protection requirements for Aerial Boom Lifts must be covered with each employee

In this 4-hour trainer workshop, employers’ attendees will receive a complete in-house qualification program and training on how to implement. Participants will become authorized as in-house instructors to teach rules/regulations on how to properly inspect and operate Aerial Boom and Scissor Lifts.

Participants will receive the Trainer’s Kit (valued at $395) which contains Trainer’s Manual, PowerPoint presentation and script, practice quizzes with grading keys, practical evaluation forms, twenty 44-page student handbooks and a tote bag. Registration fee includes complimentary admission to WOC 2014 exhibits—a $80 value.

NOTE: Space is limited to 75 participants, so register early!
MOASL Trainer Course Fee: WOC Special $595; $695 after 12/2/13 and onsite (Regularly $895.00)


Train-the-Trainer: Rigging and Signaling
Code: TURSS
Date/Time: Tuesday, January 21 | 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Instructor: Ron Overton

URGENT NOTICE:
As per the new federal construction crane rule which went into effect November of 2010, (29CFR1926.1425, 1428, 1430) employers must ensure that the following employees are qualified persons and they have been trained, tested and evaluated to perform the tasks involved. (Proof of training or qualification must be available to OSHA upon request.)

1. All workers on a construction site are trained on the hazards of working around cranes and the new rules for energized power line clearances
2. Only “qualified riggers” will detach, attach or rig loads for cranes
3. Only “qualified signalpersons and spotters” will provide signals for crane operations or spot for crane clearances

In this 4-hour trainer workshop, employers’ attendees will receive a complete in-house qualification program and training on how to implement. Participants will become authorized as in-house instructors to teach rules/regulations on how to properly select, inspect and use basic rigging as well as signaling/spotting for overhead hoisting. Signaling, spotting and recognizing the hazards of working around cranes are also included in this program.

Participants will receive the Trainer’s Kit (valued at $695) which contains Trainer’s Manual, PowerPoint slides and script, practice quizzes with grading keys, practical evaluation forms, riggers pocket handbook and ten 110-page workbooks with pocket reference cards. Registration fee includes complimentary admission to WOC 2014 exhibits—a $80 value.

NOTE: Space is limited to 75 participants, so register early!
TURSS Trainer Course Fee: WOC Special $795; $895 after 12/2/13 and onsite (Regularly $1295.00)
 

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