This series now features seven courses to prepare supervisors for the unique challenges they face on the job. The series begins by explaining the managerial structure of companies. It then describes the critical importance of day-to-day tasks, such as motivating the crew, completing paperwork, and overseeing training.

The seven courses in the series are Maintenance Organization, Implementing Preventative Maintenance, Controlling Maintenance Resources, Improving Performance in Maintenance, Effective Communication for Supervisors, Employee Relations, and Managing a Training Program.

With updated text, new photos, and new illustrations, the new Maintenance Management series will give supervisors the tools they need to build and maintain their crews’ confidence. To learn more about the update or to see a preview copy, please contact TPC Training Systems at 800-837-8872 or sales(at)tpctraining(dot)com.

About TPC Training Systems

TPC Training Systems is a division of Telemedia, Inc. a privately held company, with headquarters in Buffalo Grove, IL. The company is a leader in industrial skills and safety training. TPC offers a variety of products and services, including both self-study text and elearning programs, and instructor-led training, to support a client’s technical and safety skills development needs. TPC products and services have been used at more than 40,000 client sites around the world, to train approximately 3,500,000 skilled workers. These product and service offerings are essential to understanding the skills required to safely and effectively operate, maintain, and manage industrial equipment. TPC training programs encompass core competencies and specific competencies for technical skills development, as well as several safety competencies to satisfy regulatory compliance and maintain a safe work environment.

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