In order to succeed in their field, industrial managers must acquire the right balance of knowledge and skills from both a technical and a managerial perspective.
Indeed, their duties do not stop at overseeing the operation and maintenance of their industrial site. In today’s world, they are also expected to effectively manage teams, to ensure the safety of their team members, to improve the quality of the organization’s processes and to stay up to date with environmental standards while complying with budget constraints.
This course provides industrial managers with the knowledge and skills required in six core subject areas to succeed in their role. It includes green sustainability, maintenance management, organization-based maintenance systems, personal effectiveness, quality and process improvement, and workforce training.
This course is highly interactive with hands-on group exercises. It also uses multimedia and computer-based quality tools for group discussions and presentations. Participants actively take part in the development of various process flow diagrams to enhance their skills as industrial managers.
This course is designed for mid and senior level managers in industrial facilities. This includes. But is not limited to, facilities such as refineries, distribution centers, construction sites and manufacturing plants.
John Sams has been in the electrical equipment maintenance field for over 30 years, with at least 10 years of experience in an industrial environment involving the maintenance of electrical equipment used in an automated process. He also developed the Electrically Safe Work Practices policy and the supporting training for the logistics division of Walgreens, a Fortune 500 company, directly affecting the safety of over 3,000 individuals employed at more than 20 locations throughout the United States. John has experience in the distribution of electrical energy from the high voltage utility connection to the connection on the equipment performing the actual work. In addition, he has been involved with Electrical Safety, conducting 50 Arc Flash Hazard Assessments and training over 500 personnel in the requirements for working safely on energized electrical equipment.