Monday, May 11, 2020

MBI LIVE WEBINAR: "Introduction to Commercial Modular Construction"

LIVE WEBINAR: "Introduction to Commercial Modular Construction"

May 20-22, 2020 – Daily 9am to 11am Eastern Time
May 27-29, 2020 – Daily 9am to 11am Pacific Time (12pm to 2pm Eastern Time)

Travel restrictions and quarantines shouldn't be a barrier to professional development. The Modular Building Institute is hosting a live webinar that offers a comprehensive introduction to commercial modular construction. Designed for anyone interested or involved in modular construction, these webinars are led by Michael Aldrich, a modular veteran and sales training expert.

Webinar topics include:
  • Pros and Cons of Modular Construction
  • Project Delivery Methods
  • Key Players
  • Professional Sales
  • Design Considerations
  • Building Codes
  • Bid Process & Estimating
  • Quality Control
  • Post-Award Administration
  • Safety Programs & Standards
  • And more!

 Attendees will receive a free printed textbook from MBI upon registration.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn about modular construction methods, being delivered from MBI straight to your home or office.

About the instructor:

Mike Aldrich worked in commercial modular construction for 15 years serving Williams Scotsman in several roles including Director of Commercial Excellence, Director of Inside Sales, and Sales Manager. Prior to that, Mike was Director of Sales & Marketing at Southeast Modular Manufacturing and as also West Divisional Sales Director at Resun Leasing.

In 2018, Mike started his own business and opened a sales training center in Orlando, Florida where he now works with multiple industries, companies, and organizations around the world and focuses specifically on implementing sales & marketing programs for the purpose of driving revenues. Mike is an enthusiastic, solutions-focused leader, with the knowledge and expertise to help organizations set and exceed their most challenging goals through practical, proven, and experience-based training programs and methodologies.

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