AGC San Diego Construction Education & Safety Training Catalog 2015 July-December 2015 - Page 22

CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION 22 SEPT 9 DEC FOREMAN AND SUPERINTENDENT BOOT CAMP Project Foremen and Superintendents have some of the most difficult jobs in the construction industry. The more they kno2w and understand about leadership, communication, planning, organization and cooperation, the more value they bring to the project team. This program teaches many of the most important concepts and skills required to launch field-level foremen, supervisors, and lead persons to new levels of effectiveness. Key Components • Leading others • Planning on purpose • Getting things done • Working with others • Costs and productivity • Communicating with others • Scope and change orders Upon completion participants will: • Know how to prioritize and face daily challenges and have tools to become more organized • Have a better understanding of key processes • Have discovered the truth about respect and authority • Know how leaders engage in self motivation and the motivation of others • Be validated in many well established practices while looking for ways to improve Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm AGC Member: $225 AGC Journeyman: $0 Non Member: $300 Instructor: Paul Stout, Power Summit 15 SEPT HR FOR SUPERVISORS WHAT THEY NEED TO KNOW This session will cover: • Leave of Absences • Best Practices • Employee Relations • Effectively handling attitude problems, rule-breakers and poor performers Who should attend: Business Owners, Senior management , HR professionals, Benefits Managers, Payroll Managers. Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am AGC Member: $25 Non Member: $25 Presenter: Stephanie Santos, Senior HR Generalist, Helix Electric 20 Register for classes online at agcsd.org