It’s been a busy week. We taught a 2 day 8.5 hours per day course out west and a 4 day 4.25 hours per day course based in Ontario. We had people from British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba on the course out west. In Ontario we had people from Ontario and Manitoba.
We have everybody who takes our courses complete a survey. We ask permission to share the comments. Here are a few of them…
What part of the course did you find most useful and worthwhile?
- Relating the course material to real on the job scenarios, issues, & considerations.
- Job closing and cost breakdown, this gives me an insight on how to make my company’s bids more competitive and hopefully more profitable.
- Developing an organized mindset.
- Overview of all the aspects of estimating electrical jobs. Made me realize how much is required to go into an estimate.
Comment on the instruction that was provided:
- Good instruction, clear with relevant real world examples.
- Very good, above and beyond, could not be happier.
- Dan did a great job giving the course! Always great real life experience stories.
- Because Dan knows what he is teaching so well, he can adapt the estimating process and customize it to the “students” particular business situation
We are booking an online Course 1 for May 10th and 11th starting at 8:00 a.m EST. We have people from New Brunswick and Ontario on that one so far. To learn more click here
We are teaching a in person Course 2 in at the ECAO in Ottawa on June 1st and 2nd.
We are teaching an online course May 3rd and 4th starting at 8:00 a.m. PST.
Companies are calling about in-house training for their staff only.
How can we help your company?
At Suderman Estimating Systems Inc. we are always looking for ways to help companies improve and build on their their current estimating process. We offer 1 on 1 training, in-house training, estimating and take-off services, estimate reviews. We are relaunching several courses to help people get started in estimating or specializing in lighting estimates. Looking for something else? Let’s talk.