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Essential Skills for Crew Leaders

Series: 
Quarterly Training
Description: 
REGISTRATION IS OPEN (disregard notation at top of page stating otherwise)
 
Utility and excavation projects get done most efficiently if workers are divided into crews with a common purpose.  When a crew is formed to tackle a particular job, one person is appointed as the leader. This person is usually an experienced professional with demonstrated and exceptional leadership qualities. But an effective crew leader must have specific job skills to run a crew.  NUCA’s Essential Skills for Crew Leaders Training is a two-day, intensive course that trains workers to be effective leaders and communicators so they can provide clear direction to your crew, and plan and schedule the crew’s work to maximize safety, production, and profit.
 
 
Course Fees$750.00/NonMember  $675.00/Member
 
Member Registration        NonMember Registration - Please contact Christine Directly
 
You Can Also Contact Christine to Register Today! 970-376-1190 or Christine.Barnes@NUCAColorado.com
 
Class price includes breakfast and lunch on both days, course materials, NCCER “Fundamentals of Crew Leadership” Manual, supporting course manual, and Certificate of Completion.
 
Instructor: Gregory T. Strudwick, Greg Strudwick & Associates, Dallas, Texas
Greg Strudwick is an OSHA Compliance Specialist and a certified NUCA Master Instructor with 48 years of field experience. Greg started his construction career as a laborer and moved up the ranks to a pipe layer, to estimator, to heavy-equipment operator, and ultimately owner. Greg has a clear understanding of the skills, knowledge, and responsibilities required to lead a construction crew. He currently owns and operates his own consulting business, Greg Strudwick & Associates in Dallas, Texas.
 
Date and Time: 
Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 7:30am to Friday, February 9, 2018 - 4:30pm
Location: 
United Rentals - 791 E 64th Ave. Denver, CO 80229

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