CREW LEADERSHIP TRAINING COURSE:
FUNDAMENTALS OF CREW LEADERSHIP
Industry Today: the need for training, impact of technology.
Gender and Cultural Issues: crew leadership training teaches communication styles of men and women, language barriers, sexual harassment, cultural differences.
Business Organization: division of responsibility, authority, responsibility and accountability, job descriptions, policies and procedures.
Become a Leader: characteristics of a leader, functions of a leader, leadership styles, and ethics in leadership.
Communication: verbal communication; nonverbal communication, written or visual communication, communication issues.
Motivation: employee motivators, motivating employees.
Team Building: successful teams, building successful teams.
LEADERSHIP SKILLS – SAFETY
Getting the Job Done: delegating, implementing policies and procedures.
Problem Solving and Decision
Making: decision making vs. problems solving, types of decisions, problem solving, special leadership problems.
Safety Overview: accident statistics. Cost of Accidents: insured and uninsured costs.
Safety Regulations: workplace inspections, penalties for violations.
Employers Safety Responsibilities: safety program.
Crew Leader Involvement in Safety: crew leadership training teaches safety training sessions, inspections, first aid, fire protection and prevention, substance abuse, job-related accident
PROJECT CONTROL – PART ONE
Project Control Overview: development phase, planning phase, construction phase.
Project Delivery Systems: general contracting, design-build; construction management.
Cost Estimating and Budgeting: estimating process. Laboratory: develop an estimate for the work activity.
PROJECT CONTROL – PART TWO
Planning: why plan, stages of planning. Laboratory: develop and present a look-ahead schedule.
The Planning Process: establish a goal, identify the work to be done, tasks to be performed.
Planning Resources: safety planning, material planning, site planning, equipment planning, tool planning, and labor planning.
PROJECT CONTROL – PART THREE
Scheduling: scheduling process, bar chart schedule, network schedule, short-term scheduling, updating a schedule.
Cost Control: assessing cost performance, field reporting system, crew leader’s role in cost control.
Resource Control: material, equipment, tool labor control.
REVIEW AND TESTING