Field Supervisor: An Introduction

About these courses

This course is for experienced laborers or operators looking to move forward in their careers and field supervisors who are newer to their roles. Through 24 micro-lessons they will learn the ins and outs of being a field supervisor. Content includes industry basics, safety best practices, roles and responsibilities on the jobsite, leadership skills, the best way to communicate, common pitfalls, tips and tricks, and the general tools and materials used on the job.

Learning Plan Outline

Industry Basics

2 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Understanding the Role

Become a Sponge for Information

Safety

3 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

You're Responsible for Everyone's Safety

Set the Example for Working Safely

What's a JSA?

Roles and Responsibilities

4 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Planning and Time Management

Be a Mentor and Listener

Keep Your Crew on Task

How to Work With Subcontractors

Leadership Skills

4 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Be a Leader and a Go-Getter

Be the Example and Understand Plans

Be a Teacher and Go Above and Beyond

Leading and Communication

Communication

3 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Ask Questions and Communicate

How to Communicate

Communicating with Subcontractors and Vendors

Pitfalls

3 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Pitfalls: Not Taking Responsibility and Being Unproductive

Pitfalls: Not Double Checking Your Work

Pitfalls: Taking Shortcuts and Not Understanding Your Value

Tips and Tricks

3 Lessons

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Lessons found in the course:

Be Professional

Time Management

Communicating the Right Way

Tools and Materials

2 Lessons

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Lessons found in the  course:

The Tools You'll Use

The Tools You'll Use: Part 2

About these courses

This course is for experienced laborers or operators looking to move forward in their careers and field supervisors who are newer to their roles. Through 24 micro-lessons they will learn the ins and outs of being a field supervisor. Content includes industry basics, safety best practices, roles and responsibilities on the jobsite, leadership skills, the best way to communicate, common pitfalls, tips and tricks, and the general tools and materials used on the job.

Learning Plan Outline

Industry Basics

2 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Understanding the Role

Become a Sponge for Information

Safety

3 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

You're Responsible for Everyone's Safety

Set the Example for Working Safely

What's a JSA?

Roles and Responsibilities

4 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Planning and Time Management

Be a Mentor and Listener

Keep Your Crew on Task

How to Work With Subcontractors

Leadership Skills

4 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Be a Leader and a Go-Getter

Be the Example and Understand Plans

Be a Teacher and Go Above and Beyond

Leading and Communication

Communication

3 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Ask Questions and Communicate

How to Communicate

Communicating with Subcontractors and Vendors

Pitfalls

3 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Pitfalls: Not Taking Responsibility and Being Unproductive

Pitfalls: Not Double Checking Your Work

Pitfalls: Taking Shortcuts and Not Understanding Your Value

Tips and Tricks

3 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the course:

Be Professional

Time Management

Communicating the Right Way

Tools and Materials

2 Lessons

chevron down black 12x25

Lessons found in the  course:

The Tools You'll Use

The Tools You'll Use: Part 2

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