SUP Maintenance Overview
Fulfill your leadership potential and become YOUR best Maintenance Supervisor.
Basic supervisory skills can be learned in any management course, but only in Marshall Institute’s course will you learn to apply supervisory skills to lead a well-oiled maintenance team. This course is the product of 40 years of Marshall Institute’s experience in the industry. Through group discussion, exercises, and facilitator guidance you will learn how to be a better supervisor and a great leader.
Many supervisors are thrust into positions of leadership without understanding the value of their position, awareness of their role and responsibilities, and knowledge of effective use of character traits, leadership practices, and tools. This seminar is designed to provide new and tenured maintenance supervisors with the knowledge and confidence to improve their performance, their team’s efficiency and effectiveness, and support plant capacity. This purposeful training culminates in the creation of your personal development plan.
You will leave this seminar with energy, excitement, confidence, and clear direction.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to...
- Describe the elements and benefits of TPM / Total Process Reliability
- Recognize the value of maintenance supervision within the organization
- Summarize the responsibilities of a maintenance supervisor
- Recognize the important character traits of maintenance supervision to improve your performance
- Demonstrate successful leadership practices of maintenance supervision to increase the maintenance team’s productivity
- Apply tools to support plant capacity
- Create a Personal Development Plan
Who should Attend This Siminar?
Those who have been or will be given the responsibility to lead (coach, support, delegate, and administrate) an efficient and effective maintenance department.
These include but are not limited to:
- Frontline Maintenance Supervisor
- Maintenance Lead
- First Level Maintenance Manager
- Maintenance Coordinator
- Maintenance Coach
Continuing Education Credits Included
Format: Public Course
Category: Supervising Maintenance
Thursday, August 12 at 9:00am to 5:00pm
University of Tennessee