13 December1 day, 10:00 AM EST - 06:00 PM EST
17 January1 day, 10:00 AM EST - 06:00 PM EST
14 February1 day, 10:00 AM EST - 06:00 PM EST
19 March1 day, 10:00 AM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT
16 April1 day, 10:00 AM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT
Contractor success depends heavily on the field production of tradespeople. Lead towards efficiency and start seeing improvements to your bottom line. This course will define field productivity, discuss the effects of low field productivity, and outline approaches to increasing field productivity.
Topic covered by this course:
- Introduction to field productivity
- The contractor’s role in improving productivity
- The supervisor’s role in Improving field productivity
- Labour productivity
- Equipment productivity
- Factors that impact productivity
- Quantifying lost productivity
Phil has over thirty years in the Construction industry, most of which was managing industrial projects for general contractors. He has been teaching post-secondary construction management courses for the last thirteen years. Phil has been facilitating Better SuperVision programs since 2009. He has facilitated over five hundred courses and over four thousand students over the last five years.
In his spare time, Phil is a Master Course Facilitator for the Canadian Sport Parachuting Association and chaired their national Coaching/Instructional program for four years.
Phil was the recipient of the 2018 IG Wealth Management Community National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Coach Developer Award, presented to individuals who go above and beyond to develop trained and certified NCCP Coaches.
This course is delivered as an interactive Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) course using the PESL GoToTraining platform.
This course is a CCA Gold Seal Certified Course (1 Credit)
Anyone whose work is described in industry contracts: project managers, project coordinators, construction managers, superintendents, general foremen, foremen and estimators of all levels will benefit from the workshop. This course is for contractors and subcontractors in all segments of the construction industry.