NECA Boston provides a variety of management development programs for contractors and their professional teams including courses on business management (including financial, legal and marketing), project management (including dispute resolution and quality management), and technical training (including estimating, scheduling and managing change orders and delays).
Responding to the need for shelter-in-place requirements this spring as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, we have re-organized our program and today offer a myriad of courses that may be taken virtually that include the following topics:
- Project Management
- Energy Efficiency
- Construction Specialty
- Foreman Training
- Building Information Modeling
NECA BOSTON’S COMPETITIVE EDGE – UNPARALLELED TRAINING AT EVERY LEVEL
NECA Boston Chapter’s focus on training at every level – from apprentice to journeymen, and from foremen to project management, results in NECA member contractors being the most up-to-date, skilled and best-trained in the industry.
Rapidly evolving technologies and platforms on which today’s construction projects are built – BIM, Lean Construction, Prefabrication, EPC projects, amongst many others, demand best in class training and professional development education, which keeps NECA contractors and our workforce on top of ongoing advancements in the industry.
2020 NECA Boston Education Program
ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN NECA LEARNING CENTER
The NECA Learning Center offers a wide variety of online, instructor led and state continuing education unit bearing courses as well as advanced training at higher education institutions. https://www.necanet.org/professional-development/EARN
NECA National offers a wide range of on-demand online training classes on topics ranging from writing for business to Microsoft Office to project management.
ELECTRI International is The Foundation for Electrical Construction established by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). It provides funding, conducting, coordinating and transforming research results into meaningful, useful educational and consulting programs and practical publications for electrical contractors.
This research aims to strengthen the fabric of the electrical industry through the development of information which will positively affect the future of the electrical industry and its service to the public. By virtue of its $100,000 commitment to the Foundation, the Boston Chapter sits on the policy making Electri21 Council. All Foundation research publications are available to Association members at no cost.
NECA BOSTON/WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY STUDENT CHAPTER
A Real World Educational Experience
NECA Boston– Empowering The Next Generation of the Electrical Construction Industry
For many years, NECA Boston has worked with Wentworth Institute of Technology to form a lasting and productive relationship with its students through NECA Boston’s Student Chapter.
Wentworth and NECA Boston Chapter have proudly built a strong and ever-evolving partnership through the development of the NECA/WIT Student Chapter along with NECA’s Annual Wentworth Scholarship program and the NECA contractors who are involved in the Wentworth community as alumni, Board Members and in offering internship opportunities to Wentworth students.
As members of the student chapter, students meet with and learn from industry professionals about the electrical industry, interact with local NECA contractors at various industry events and explore career opportunities in electrical construction.
Visit the links below more information on NECA Boston’s training resources: