Profitable Contracting

Reduce Costs, Control Expenses, Improve Cash Flow, Top 10 Ways To Increase Profits
This seminar will help you to develop strategies to improve your profits and manage your cash flow. It will help you recognize problem projects, identify unwanted expenses, increase productivity and manage overhead expenses. A seasoned CFO will discuss how your business can meet today's contracting challenges.

Operations Management

  • Learn fundamental ways to increase profits, improve cash flow and increase productivity
  • Provide operating personnel the systems to manage their expenses and profits
  • Reinforce the steps that make effective job costing a critical project management tool
  • Discuss proven and effective human resource practices that increase employee productivity
  • Prepare cash flow estimates for major projects
  • Understand the need for timely financial reports and their use in improving profits
  • Review strategies to manage A/R collections and learn how to manage overhead expenses

Course Topics

  • Profit Requirements
  • Estimating Risks
  • Cost Control
  • Internal Control Procedures
  • A/R Collections
  • Risk Management
  • Labour Productivity
  • Materials & Tool Management
  • Financial Reports
  • Go Forward Positioning
  • Budgeting & Profit Planning
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Cash Flow & Cash Management

Who should attend
Anyone who can influence profits: Owners, Managers, Estimators, Project Leaders, Accountants, and Gold Seal Candidates (1 SIC)

Feb. 16 & 17, 2022
Wed. & Thu. 8:30am – 12pm EST
Live Webinar
Steve Ryan, MMI Professional Services
$350.00 + HST
$450.00 + HST
INSTRUCTOR: Steve Ryan, MMI Professional Services

After 20 years in international business, Steve established MMI Professional Services to deliver the business and finance courses required for licensing as a new home builder in the province. Since 2016, Steve has guided hundreds of Ontario builders toward their certification by the Tarion New Home Warranty Corporation and the Ontario Home Construction Regulatory Authority. Steve is a member of the TCA and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. He is chair of the Education Committee at the Toronto chapter of RenoMark, where he spearheaded that organization’s professional Renovator Education Program.