Job & Company Operations (JCO) Seminars for Construction

Every member of your field and office leadership team will benefit from the Job and Company Operations Seminars. Developing highly trained field and office personnel with good operational practices and solid procedures will lead to more productive projects, reduced duplication of effort, and allow your company to measure tangible results.

These courses are eligible for a 20% rebate on instructor fees, up to $5,000 per class. This benefit is available only to MCAA members and local affiliates in good standing who book courses via the NEI Initiative portal.

Seminars taught by Kathryn Crosby include:

  • JCO 100: Introduction to Project Management
  • JCO 101: Successful Business Communications–It Begins at the Beginning
  • JCO 102: Construction–A People Business
  • JCO 103: Contract Language–What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
  • JCO 104: Dealing With Difficult People at Work
  • JCO 105: The Art of Being an Effective Manager
  • JCO 106: Written Communication Skills
  • JCO 107: Managing Your Cash Flow
  • JCO 108: Control Your Life by Controlling Your Time
  • JCO 109: Understanding and Resolving Conflict
  • JCO 110: Interpersonal Skills of the Project Team
  • JCO 111: The Business of Contracting: Back to the Basics
  • JCO 112: Basic Business Writing for Foremen and Service Technicians
  • JCO 113: Managing Project Risk with Solid Documentation
  • JCO 114: Financial Statements–What You Always Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask
  • JCO 115: Construction Financial Management–It’s More than Accounting
  • JCO 116: General Conditions of the Contract
  • JCO 117: Knowing the Score – Understanding the Impact of Project Forecasting
  • JCO 118: The Profitability of Safety
  • JCO 119: Safety–the Foreman’s Critical Role
  • JCO 120: Knowing the Craft is Not Enough
  • JCO 121: The Successful Entrepreneur 
  • JCO 122: Re-Energize Your Workforce
  • JCO 123: Construction Finance Fundamentals – What your accountant wants you to know
  • JCO 124: Navigating the Numbers – Business Finance for Mechanical Service Professionals