First Level Supervisor Training Program (Online)
This course is intended for foremen and supervisors or any individual who wants to become a First Level Supervisor in any part of the country, in any sector (residential, industrial, commercial, institutional, pipeline, civil). This course offers the critical basic skills and concepts needed to supervise a crew in the residential, institutional, commercial, industrial and civil construction sectors. Supervisors play a key role in ensuring the job gets done on time, on budget and safely. This course will introduce you to all aspects of supervision, beginning with a discussion of the supervisor's role and the skills required. Then, the supervision basics are covered: leadership vs. management, due diligence, communication skills, meetings, and handling disagreements and problems. The course then examines the supervisor's role with respect to safety, looking at inspections, investigations and training. Human resource management comes next, including addressing personal problems and performance issues. The course introduces you to planning and scheduling, followed by productivity and quality, including problem solving for quality outcomes. The final section teaches you how to lead an effective work team by discussing concepts, motivation and team performance.
*All prices are subject to GST
*Once registered, you will receive an email from the Continuing Education Department with your course login information within 2-3 business days
Dates: September 7th, 2021 - December 23rd, 2021
Must finish within 30 days of starting
Registration Code: 2021YC WFTR-TI11-WZ001
Please call 1-866-463-6652 with the Registration Code or visit us on campus.
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