Online Rigging Awareness and Signaling Training

Kindly be advised that the Building Trades Employers’ Association (BTEA) and the Massachusetts Construction Advancement Program (MCAP) will be holding two online training sessions for their contributing employers and employees.

Contractors Risk Management (CRM) a leading safety consultant in New England will provide participants these two 2-hour construction safety courses.  Certification cards will be awarded upon successful completion of these courses.

Rigging Awareness” will provide participants information on:  Applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME Regulations and Standards, Special Emphasis on OSHA 1926 Subpart CC for Cranes and Derricks in Construction, Principles of Craning, Safe Operating Practices, Suspended Personnel Platforms, Communications in Lifting Operations, Accident Causes and Preventions.

“Signaling Training”  will provide participants information on:  Requirements for OSHA Crane Signaling, ANSI Hand signals, Voice Signaling, OSHA other signaling, Reasons for signaling, Modification of signals

 You can register using the form below. A Link for the Webinar will be provided shortly before the event.

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Conflict Management webinar

Conflict Management: Learning the Art and Styles of Conflict

This class, delivered over two morning sessions, focuses on moving towards constructive conflict management approaches. The course includes an online conflict assessment, as well as tutorials on having difficult conversations, promoting useful feedback, and driving customer loyalty through conflict resolution.

Attendance is required at both sessions. This is a virtual training via Zoom. Camera and audio are highly recommended.

Delivered by: Brian Dwyer and Randy Nemchin of FMI

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Conflict Management webinar

Conflict Management: Learning the Art and Styles of Conflict

This class, delivered over two morning sessions, focuses on moving towards constructive conflict management approaches. The course includes an online conflict assessment, as well as tutorials on having difficult conversations, promoting useful feedback, and driving customer loyalty through conflict resolution.

Attendance is required at both sessions. This is a virtual training via Zoom. Camera and audio are highly recommended.

Delivered by: Brian Dwyer and Randy Nemchin of FMI

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace 101 webinar w/ MCAD

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace 101: Legal Overview

(90 min) The Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – Legal Overview session focuses on MA state law that governs sexual harassment in the workplace. This session is for staff members, supervisors, and HR professionals who want to learn more about sexual harassment law prior to conducting a comprehensive workplace sexual harassment training.

The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) is the body responsible for compliance training and enforcement of anti-discrimination laws in Massachusetts. Proof of training from MCAD is the gold standard for HR and management professionals looking to ensure best practices. This training should not be used as a replacement for comprehensive workplace sexual harassment training. However the BTEA has scheduled a comprehensive training for December 15, 2021.

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Cracking the WIP webinar

CRACKING THE ‘WIP’ – DRIVING PREDICTABLE COST PROJECTIONS

Many project managers lack a clear handle on how their projects are performing financially. Most commonly it is because they have not been trained on how to forecast properly. We find many contractors struggle with how to build a robust cost projection process that provides for consistency
and predictability. Profit fade at 90% complete is no longer an option in today’s market. Teach project manager how to properly set up job budgets, track progress and forecast accurately. Moreover, learn critical financial indicators that point to problems on projects early so they can be
rectified.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify how to manage work-in-process for better profitability
  • Understand the relationship between project profitability and processes (budgeting, forecasting, change control, job status reporting and WIP)
  • Apply earned value reporting to projects

Join Stephane McShane of Maxim Consulting for a two hour webinar. Space is limited.

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Present with Presence

Join the BTEA & MCAP for a presentation by the Bolder Company. The Bolder Company is a talent development firm seeking to drive lasting behavioral change that empowers businesses to thrive. They combine fully experiential, improvisation-based learning with grounded, outcomes-focused content in the building and construction industries.

In every interaction we have the opportunity to make an impression. As the newest sub on a job or as the GC of a large project, the way we present ourselves and communicate with others has a significant impact on how smoothly we can get things done with and through others. This 90-minute session focuses on the physicality, tone of voice, facial expressions, and more that transmit confidence and ease.

Attendees are required to have access to a camera on their computer or cell phone as this course will utilize breakout rooms to allow individuals a chance to practice their communication and participate.

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Negotiation Skills webinar

Negotiation Skills: Learning to Use Your Whole Brain for Influence

This class, delivered over two morning sessions, focuses on improving negotiation skills. The course includes a tutorial on emotional intelligence, left-brain and right-brain negotiation tactics, and the impact of questioning on negotiations success.

Attendance is required at both sessions. This is a virtual training via Zoom. Camera and audio are highly recommended.

Delivered by: Randy Nemchin and Chris Kiratzis of FMI

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Employment Discrimination 101 Webinar w/ MCAD

This 3-4 hour webinar covers the following topics: disparate treatment, harassment, disability accommodations, religious accommodations, and pregnancy accommodations. This is perfect for all staff members, supervisors, and HR professionals who do not have a background in anti-discrimination law.

This webinar will be hosted by the BTEA and presented by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD).

Please register below and you will receive an email confirming your Zoom registration soon.

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Negotiation Skills webinar

Negotiation Skills: Learning to Use Your Whole Brain for Influence

This class, delivered over two morning sessions, focuses on improving negotiation skills. The course includes a tutorial on emotional intelligence, left-brain and right-brain negotiation tactics, and the impact of questioning on negotiations success.

Attendance is required at both sessions. This is a virtual training via Zoom. Camera and audio are highly recommended.

Delivered by: Randy Nemchin and Chris Kiratzis of FMI

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ANSI Lift Training Webinar (Classroom Portion)

The Building Trades Employers’ Association (BTEA) and Massachusetts Construction Advancement Program (MCAP) will be offering a Lift Training Webinar in conjunction with Contractor’s Risk Management (CRM).

During this ANSI compliant training, participants will learn how to use a personal fall arrest system, calculate load capacities, understand vehicle limitations and stability, and perform inspections on an aerial boom lift, scissor lift and an aerial platform. Participants will understand the hazards associated with aerial lifts and the safety precautions necessary to avoid injury.

This training will consist of only the classroom portion of the lift training. This is enough to satisfy ANSI requirements for supervisors, however, lift occupants also require a hands-on training on using the type of lift specific to their needs.

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