Virtual Classrooms: Providing More Options for NECA Members
There is lot of variation on the availability of in-person training across the country, and it is likely to remain that way in the weeks and months ahead. To combat this, NECA is bringing some of our most popular in-person classes online! This month, members can attend the following classes.
This Technology Spotlight Series webinar will explain how electrical contractors can digitize their supply chains and get their $100/hr electricians back to what they do best: building.
Change Order Management Virtual Classroom Monday, October 19, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Registration Fee: $100.00
Effective change order management can dramatically reduce a subcontractor’s risk and increase profitability. This four-hour interactive course explores the change order process from a subcontractor’s view point and provides participants with hands on training in recognizing, scoping, pricing, and negotiating change orders. This course culminates in a mock negotiation where participants can immediately practice the skills that they have learned. Attendees to include field leaders, project administrators, project engineers, project managers, project executives, group/branch executives, financial managers, owners.
How to properly notify owners and general contractors of changed conditions to reserve your rights
How to scope, price and sell a change order
Negotiation strategies to maximize outcomes
Speaker: Stephane McShane
This Technology Spotlight Series webinar will discuss the Rapid Positioning Tool for the small contractors, the RTS- Robotic Total Station and GNSS for site layout, utilities, and on deck layout.
This interactive, live, online event will focus on a BIQ process that first identifies customer expectations, converts these expectations into requirements, then develops a work plan process and quality program to produce error-free results.
This webinar will discuss ways to maneuver through contract clauses and analyses of various impacts that may arise due to COVID-19.