Committees & Task Forces

 

2016 Committees & Task Forces
 

Approx. Meeting Commitment

Responsibilities of Task Force

Golf

5

The WTCABC Golf Tournaments are our biggest fund raisers. This task force will recommend ways to improve the event, increase attendees and provide value to participants and volunteers

Sporting Clays

4

The Sporting Clays Tournament has become a big hit over the past 2 years. This task force will recommend ways to improve the event, increase attendees and provide value to participants and volunteers

Special Events

4

This task force is responsible for assigning speakers and topics of discussion. They will also discuss new ways to create value for the WTCABC Membership through these events

Budget & Finance

1

Help us in reviewing the annual budget for the upcoming year

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Approx. Meeting Commitment 

Responsibilities of Task Force

Membership- Marketing, Recruitment & Renewal

Monthly

This committee develops strategies, programs and materials to recruit new members and retain existing members.

PAC & FEA

5

This committee is responsible for raising funds to meet the PAC and FEA goals of the chapter. This includes event planning and actual solicitation of contributions from members. The committee also reviews candidate requests for support and decides if candidates will receive support and how much they will receive.

Professional Management

 

4

This committee recommends course offerings beneficial to administration and management level staff in the construction industry. It also reviews proposals submitted by providers and assists in promoting training opportunities to the membership and the construction industry at-large.

Craft/Apprentice-
ship & Assessment

5

This committee recommends course offerings for training individuals who desire to be a craft professional. It reviews curriculum, policies and procedures related to training, and it serves as the Apprenticeship & Training Committee required by the Department of Labor. When necessary, the committee works to recruit qualified instructors and secures materials for hands-on training.

Safety

4

Serves as a safety council for construction safety professionals to share best practices and discuss issues related to jobsite safety. This committee recommends training opportunities and communicates important safety information to the membership through chapter staff.