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Scope of Work Training

Have you ever not gotten paid for a job? What about change orders, have you ever done the work only to see you didn’t have the process defined so the customer did not pay you? Why is that? Did you protect yourself? Did you make sure that all the details were in writing? Well, why not? Protect yourself by getting the SOW right the first  time! Define what you will do and what you won’t do! Check out this video to show you how this training can help.

You will learn what you can do to prevent payment problems in the future! You will learn how each member of your team will be part of the solution to getting paid and not doing extra work without seeing the change order prior to doing the work.  

To see a PDF overview, download it here.

It’s available today! Order below! 

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Get the SOW Tutorial on Sellfy using PayPal!

What is a SOW?

A SOW is a document outlining the work that will be agreed upon by both parties for a specific job or project. This may or may not include the expected result for the job. If it is larger it may include the milestones. It should outline the work to be done, have any associated work documents attached to it, and it should explain the work to be performed. One of the most important parts of the SOW is defining the work completion that will allow your billing and compensation.   These training files will walk you through the SOW structure. Your SOW document may be tied the actual legal agreement between the two parties, customer and contractor, defining payment terms. It will define the completion information will be to get paid or to pay depending which side you are sitting on.

It’s available today! Order below! 

Get the Tutorial Today on Gumroad!

Get the SOW Tutorial on Sellfy using PayPal!

Why do you need this training?

If you are planning to work in wireless deployments then you should have an understanding of your SOW! When you understand what is in it, and what you should put in it then you will protect yourself from doing too much work outside of the SOW. You will have a document that clearly states how you should be paid and what is considered a change order. A clear SOW will help your business define each job. Separating the work you are being paid for from the change orders that you can request from the customer. You will be asked to do extra work, and you may do it but there comes a point where you should get paid for it.

    1. If you are reading the SOW then you need to know how to interpret the SOW for the job you are doing.
    2. If you are bidding on a SOW then you should understand what you’re being asked to do.
    3. If you are writing the SOW you should understand what to put in it to protect yourself and your company from an overage or missing items. You will need to set expectations.
    4. Customers need to know what the expectations are from the contractors.
    5. Contractors need to know what to expect from the customer.
    6. Both parties need to know the handoff points, the pay points, and define the work in a way that both parties will understand.
    7. If you need to make sure both parties understand when the payments will happen.

It’s available today! Order below! 

Get the Tutorial Today on Gumroad!

Get the SOW Tutorial on Sellfy using PayPal!

Who will work with a SOW?

This training was created for the deployment people and companies in the wireless industry. You may be the customer or the contractor or the subcontractor, you need to understand how the SOW affects your business. If you are in one of these groups then this should really help you out.

  1. Project Managers who lead and manage wireless deployments.
  2. Wireless Installers doing work out at tower sites or roof tops.
  3. Wireless Field Engineers working on deployments.
  4. Installers who will be on site.
  5. Tower climbers, tower technicians, and tower hands who will be working wireless deployments.
  6. Technicians and engineers who will be doing the on site wireless work.
  7. Logistics and supply chain that will be responsible for the wireless equipment. This includes anyone who may be responsible for the warehouse, suppliers and distributors. Who will be supporting the wireless deployment? Remember that without the hardware and equipment, where would you be?
  8. Vendor managers issuing the Request for Pricing (RFP). You will need to understand how to write and issue the SOW.
  9. Deployment estimators will need to know what is expected of their teams if the customer writes the SOW and how to revise the SOW to match align the work with the customer’s expectations.

Get the wireless deployment SOW training today!

What you get: The training video and the PDF to help you develop and understand your Scope of Work and to define your assumptions.

It’s available today! Order below! 

Get the Tutorial Today on Gumroad!

Get the SOW Tutorial on Sellfy using PayPal!

 

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