Manufacturing Supervisory Training Series
An effective supervisor or manger must navigate the expectations of both company leadership and employees, manage competing priorities, achieve results through the work of their team, and resist the temptation to do it all themselves. This training series provides supervisors with an interactive learning experience to develop and exercise these skills for success in supervisor and mid-level management roles.
5 Fridays (4 hours each)
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Part 1: Mar 1 - Mar 29, 2019
Part 2: Apr 5 - May 3, 2019
Part One- Manage Your Team
Module 1: Business Acumen
- Gain an understanding of how your organization makes money. Learn how to envision what the company should do now to be more profitable and successful.
Module 2: HR and Legal Policies
- Learn standard HR policies including title 14, ADA, FMLA, Workers Comp, HIPAA legal requirements & diversity guidelines.
Module 3: Job Defining Skills
- Develop and understand job descriptions, recruiting, and conducting interviews.
Module 4: Develop/Train Employees
- Learn to coach individuals and teams, motivate employees, explain work
processes, and to complete performance appraisals with action plans.
Module 5: Conflict Resolution & Good Communication
- Learn how to effectively handle team meetings, make decisions, follow guidelines, and how to have critical conversations and discipline.
Part Two- Manage Your Business
Module 6: Safe Work Practices
- Learn standard OSHA regulations, incident and accident reports, job hazard assessments and safety reports.
Module 7: Measurement Skills
- Learn how to collect and analyze data to reduce costs and improve efficiencies in your organization.
Module 8: Problem Solving
- Learn how to save time and money by identifying the root cause of problems and the tools needed to solve them.
Module 9: Production Planning/Lean
- Gain an understanding of the key production planning tools that make for an even flow of material and a minimum amount of money tied up in inventories.
Module 10: Operational Improvement
- Learn how to identify and minimize or eliminate activities that do not create value for your customers.
FRCC Westminster Campus - Room C1601
3645 West 112th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80031
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Part 1: $750 per person
Part 2: $750 per person
To register or for questions, please contact Debbie Puder at (303) 404-5462 or email Deborah.Puder@frontrange.edu.
Cancellations must be received no later than February 21 at 5:00 p.m. for a full refund. After February 21, the full registration fee will be forfeited.
Cancellations must be received no later than March 28 at 5:00 p.m. for a full refund. After March 28, the full registration fee will be forfeited.