Life Cycle Institute, the human performance practice at Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), has several spots available in an upcoming face-to-face class in Greenville.
The Maintenance Management Skills course, which teaches supervisors how to lead a world-class maintenance department using planning and scheduling best practices, will be held at Clemson University’s Center for Corporate Learning in Greenville, SC from July 12-14.
This course is designed for maintenance managers and supervisors. Ideal candidates either supervise maintenance workers or manage maintenance through supervisors. This course is also recommended for people looking to improve their skills, or those being considered for advancement. Maintenance Management Skills is also a required class for those pursuing their Maintenance Management Certification.
“The Life Cycle Engineering team has put together a well thought out course that is very interactive and informative,” says an attendee from a recent Maintenance Management Skills class. “The material covered is relevant to our organization and will bring value in the years to come.”
“The facilitator was very attentive, answered every question, and always provided real-world examples on the topic at hand,” says another attendee. “He drew from his professional experience and notable real-world events.”
For more information on Life Cycle Institute’s upcoming classes and to register online, please visit www.lce.com.
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