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Electrical Estimating Fundamentals and Beyond – POSTPONED
March 24, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm
An event every day that begins at 4:00 pm, repeating until March 25, 2021
ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING AND BEYOND – POSTPONED
Offered by IEC Chesapeake and Vision InfoSoft
March 24 & 25, 2021
This two day live virtual training course covers the principles of commercial estimating. Use take-off forms provided, organize your jobs, learn take-off shorthand, and increase profits on every job.
Who Should Take this Class?
Many companies have perfect candidates for this class. Maybe you have an estimator that needs a tune-up and some exposure to modern electrical estimating processes. Or, you’d like to bid more by training a current employee.
Estimating Course Content:
- Introduction to estimating tools
- Blueprints and specifications
- Setting up the estimate
- The steps to a successful bid
- Job breakdown
- Material and labor costing
- Practice take-off from a blueprint
- Use estimating software to create bid
- Demo of Electronic Takeoff (Digital take-off – No prints, all on-screen)
- Wednesday, March 24, 2021
- Thursday, March 25, 2021
- 4:00pm to 7:30pm (7 Hours Total)
- $356.25 for IEC Members / $475 for non-Members
**Course size is limited. Registrations due by March 5,2021.REGISTER
**PLEASE NOTE: THIS CLASS IS NOT FOR VISION INFOSOFT USERS. IT IS ON ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING FUNDAMENTALS. THIS INCLUDES A HANDS-ON INTRODUCTION TO USING THE ELECTRICAL BID MANAGER ESTIMATING PROGRAM AND DOING ELECTRONIC TAKEOFF, BUT IT IS PRIMARILY FOR THOSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING.
Class Instructor: Brian Hoffelder
Brian Hoffelder is Vision InfoSoft’s professional software trainer. He is one of the founders of Vision InfoSoft, a provider of estimating, billing, and pricing software for electrical and plumbing contractors throughout the country. Brian combines over three decades of experience in software development, software training and first hand estimating to provide a real-world perspective on the most critical skills required for efficient and profitable bidding.