Frontline Supervisor Training

Best Practices ... Simplified. 
12.10.2019 - 12.11.2019
ABC Northern California

FLS Training - Upcoming Classes

 

Next Class 

December 10 - 11, 2018
 
To Register, Call (925) 474 - 1300
 
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Future Classes 

 
January 29 - 30, 2019
 
To Register, Call (713) - 523 - 6222
 
or 
 
 
February 21 - 22, 2019
 
To Register, Call (805) 981-8088
 
 
“This course touched on a variety of points that will benefit the company as a whole so that frontline leaders and office management can work together to make a project run safer, more effective, and hopefully with a positive outcome resulting in profits. I will recommend to management to send more frontline leaders and office personnel to take this course." 
Eduardo Morales
Project Manager

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Training Instructor

Trestles Frontline Supervisor Training Instructor
Ken McKenzie
Director of Talent Development

Course Modules

Day 1
08:00
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12:00
Planning & Scheduling
Focuses on the tools & techniques necessary to effectively plan, organize, and execute a specific scope of work (work package) utilizing Short Interval Scheduling (SIS) and "Last Planner" methods.
01:00
-
05:00
Labor Management & Productivity
Demonstrates the tools & techniques necessary to manage the crew and assure the work is being efficiently executed at the highest possible level.
Day 2
08:00
-
12:00
Continuous Improvement
Understanding it is not as a program but as a way of thinking about doing the work. Helping lead the crew in identifying opportunities for improvement.
01:00
-
05:00
Effective Leadership
Helps FLS gain confidence in leading and inspiring their crew. Learning to see the difference between demanding production and inspiring performance.

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