Updated Training for Maintenance Supervisors is Available from Marshall Institute
Marshall Institute’s popular 3-day seminar Supervising Maintenance has been updated and will be delivered for the very first time in Charleston, South Carolina, USA on December 8 – 10, 2015.
The new seminar educates modern maintenance supervisors in concepts such as total process reliability and best in class processes and practices they must understand to supervise successfully. Supervisors will leave with the tools they need to support plant capacity and the leadership practices they require to increase their team’s productivity.
Every element of the seminar is designed to focus on the supervisor’s personal development and success. Each participant will leave the seminar with a specific, realistic and personal development plan.
Registration is now open. Click here to reserve your seat in Charleston.
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