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Supervisory Training with Kevin Dougherty

Supervisory Training with Kevin Dougherty

Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at 6:00 PM (CDT) to Friday, March 22, 2024 at 1:00 PM (CDT)
3 Seats Remaining

Event Details

SMARCA is pleased to announce the 3-day Supervisor Training Academy at Breezy Point Resort March 20, 21, & 22. SMARCA’s Board of Directors has approved a significant subsidy for the Academy again this year to help make it affordable and we encourage you to send your supervisors and foremen. The registration cost is only $200 per person.
Contractors who provide employee education and training reap the rewards of their investment and that is what we have heard from several of the contractors who sent their employees to this seminar over the last 8 years. SMACNA and Kevin Dougherty have developed this Supervisor Training Academy for both new supervisors and those with several years’ experience. The program will take a new supervisor and put them on the right track to succeed. Seasoned supervisors will fine-tune their skills and learn the core values of high performing supervisors. This highly interactive and intense program will cover leadership, communication, productivity, profitability measurement, and tune in on leading industry trends.

Since SMARCA is subsidizing a good portion of the cost of this program, the registration fee is only $200. Registration is limited to 25 participants. A sleeping room block has been made for March 20 & 21 for $159 a night. Be sure to reference SMARCA Meeting when making reservations to receive this reduced price. You need to make the sleeping room reservations directly. The registration fee includes the program materials and meals during the program.

SMARCA and its Board of Directors strongly believe this seminar is a very valuable tool for your foremen and supervisors as well as for your company. The Supervisor Training Academy received very high reviews from both SMARCA Contractors & their supervisors who attended in the past. Many contractors send someone every year because they find the content so valuable.