Large Loss Mastery to Host Project Management Classes

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COCOA BEACH, Fla.—September 3, 2021—Registration is open for Large Loss Mastery’s upcoming classes on business development, estimating, and project management. These in-person courses provide engaging, hands-on instruction to help restoration professionals get the most out of their business by focusing on some of the industry’s most important skills and issues. Register for one of the following courses today:

Large Loss Mastery ELITE Estimating & Project Management

Date: October 26-28, 2021

Location: Weehawken, N.J.

This course will cover best practices for creating time and materials contracts, scopes and estimates, damage assessments, and critical path plans, as well as how to present these materials and the required documentation to end-user customers, insurance adjusters, 3rd party consultants, and auditors. Attendees will also gain tools for job cost management, customer communication, and documentation, while learning how to win large loss opportunities and avoid audits. The course concludes with a hands-on large loss scenario competition where participants work in teams to apply their learning to a real-world scenario.

Large Loss Mastery Biz-Dev

Date: November 3-4, 2021

Location: Cape Canaveral, Fla.

The LLM Business Development Course is designed to help restoration professionals understand the opportunities available in the disaster recovery industry. Industry experts share their wealth of experience, including what to do and what not to do to grow your business, how to find and compete for any size property damage loss, and how to execute jobs efficiently and effectively.

COMBO COURSE: ELITE + NEXT (Estimating, Contracting and Scoping + Complex Project Management, Invoicing)

Date: December 6-9, 2021

Location: Cape Canaveral, Fla.

The COMBO COURSE is a four-day course that combines Large Loss Mastery ELITE: Estimating with Large Loss Mastery NEXT: Complex Project Management. This course will cover best practices for creating time and materials contracts, scopes and estimates, damage assessments, and critical path plans, as well as how to present these materials and the required documentation to end-user customers, insurance adjusters, 3rd party consultants, and auditors. Attendees will also gain tools for managing complex projects, including tips for customer communication, invoicing, and avoiding audit triggers. The course concludes with a hands-on competition featuring a large loss case study of the Kennedy Space Center. Attendees also receive a free subscription to THE EDGE estimating tool.

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