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A foreman supervises and directs the work of others. With METI’s Foreman Preparedness Training, you will train to become the person in charge of a particular department, group of workers, etc.
A foreman typically occupies the first supervisory tier, ranking above workers but below managers. The job title is most often found in the construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, and repair industries.
Effective foremen liaisons are among management, supervision and the workers, are required in every industry. Successful completion of Foreman Preparedness Training will prepare you for a role in industry as a Foreman.
Exact duties of the foreman depend on the industry involved, the employer and the foreman’s training or experience. However, regardless of other factors, the job of foreman typically requires certain basic duties, such as:
Coordinate Employee Activities
Handle Personnel Functions
Act as Safety Coordinators
Track inventory and initiate requisitions for needed parts or supplies
Prepare progress or production reports
Schedule downtime for routine maintenance
Provide estimates on production output
Key Benefits to METI’s Foreman Preparedness Training
- Instruction from industry-experienced and certified instructor
- Effective communication
- Construction Math
- Project Organization & documentation
- Health and Safety Recognition
- Effectively working with people
- Problem Solving
Your Foreman Preparedness Training Ticket/Certificate
Upon completion of this training, you will receive a wallet-size Ticket/Certificate that will show prospective employers that you have the right credentials.
We keep your records on file permanently. Feel free to have your prospective employer contact METI to confirm your Foreman Preparedness Training Certificate.