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Foremen Skills Development Tool

This best practice provides methods to measure a foreman’s skill level in six key areas of responsibility. The Foreman Skills Development Tool consists of three questionnaires for self-assessment, peer review and supervisor review and also incorporates project performance data in order to provide baselines and support to a foreman training program. This tool was developed by University of Alberta Hole School of Construction Engineering at the request of COAA’s Workforce Development Committee in 2008.

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