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General Membership Meeting

followed by Board of Directors Meeting

 

When: Wednesday, September 15, 1:00 p.m. - Lunch included

 

Where: TownePlace Suites - 10336 Richardson Street, Loma Linda CA 92354

  • Tarragon Room

We will gather for a general membership meeting and a presentation from Chris Coglan of AnchoRock. Mr. Coglan will provide an update on how many contractors are currently using the AnchoRock program to track their employees' training and other certifications, and cover a few new features of the program. Contractors who have not started using the AnchoRock system are strongly encouraged to attend to learn more about how to get onboarded and simplify their tracking processes. Access to AnchoRock was purchased by the LMCC in 2020 for all signatory contractors to use, and when you sign up, you'll have access to training records for any employees who have already been added to the system by former employers. For this program to really work for our contractors, it's truly the more the merrier. 

Lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m., general membership meeting to follow. The Board of Directors meeting will begin at approximately 3:00 p.m. 

Nic Bittle - Perform Like the Boss

 

Date and Time: Wednesday, October 27 - 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
 

Where: DoubleTree San Bernardino, at 285 E Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino, CA 92408. 

 

Please plan to join us for the first educational event of 2021! Nic Bittle is an engaging speaker who is renowned nationwide among NECA members. You won't want to miss this leadership seminar. 

 

This course will walk you through the main difference between the exiting electrical worker and the emerging electrical worker. What smart contractors are doing to develop the next generation electrician that will give them an edge over their competition will be discussed.

Following this course, participants will be able to:
•    Identify the four core competencies lacking in most of the workforce entering the industry
•    Describe the necessary steps one must take to develop core competencies in the workforce
•    Discuss why traditional teaching styles are not effective on today’s emerging workforce
•    Identify the three mistakes we are all making with our current training
•    Discuss the one critical change a contractor must make before developing their workforce

Target audience: Business owners, executive leadership 

Max. Number of Registrants: 40. 

Registration fee for SS NECA members: $100 per person. Lunch included. 

Chapter office will invoice attendees following the class. Cancelation policy: If you cancel your registration by October 20th, you will not be invoiced. 

Feel free to reach out to the Chapter office with any questions: (909) 792-0387.