UBC Foreman Training (Foreman Training)

Class Description

This 40 hour class will teach students about the responsibilities of UBC foreman. The skills required of foremen, such as communication, job planning, scheduling, completing reports, and managing a crew are all discussed. The central role of the foreman as the guardian of crew safety on the job site is explained thoroughly. The importance of interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution, problem solving, and negotiating are presented. Job situation scenarios are included that allow participants to practice what has been learned.

Equipment Required

Members attending training must provide their own safety shoes, safety goggles, gloves, ear protection and hard hats. Failure to provide your own safety equipment may result in your being dropped from a particular training session.

Attendance Requirements

Attendance at the first training session is mandatory. 100% attendance is required for all courses that issue Certificates or Qualifications and Apprentice mandatory training. Please be on time! Late arrivals (and early departures) are disruptive to instructors and participants. Poor attendance / disruptive behavior will result in your being dropped from a particular training session.

Cancellation Policy

To maximize the effectiveness of our training sessions, we limit the number of attendees. If you are registered for a specific training and need to cancel, please notify us two (2) business days before the start of scheduled training. Failure to notify us of cancellation may result in your being denied registration for future training. We reserve the right to cancel any course - with two (2) business days’ notice - for which there is an insufficient number of registered attendees. Registrants may then enroll in the next available offering of the course, or cancel the registration.

Scheduled Classes