Webcast: 5 Ways to Improve Your Plant's Training Strategy
Five things you can do to improve your asset management, maintenance, and reliability training and five areas that may be holding you back. We’ll also look at the new training techniques and devices that extend training beyond the classroom and on to the plant floor.
Training is an important part of any manufacturing plant's strategy, and effective training can create a serious return on maintenance and reliability. Plant Engineering's August 13 webcast will look at five things you can do to improve your asset management, maintenance, and reliability training and five areas that may be holding you back. We'll also look at the new training techniques and devices that extend training beyond the classroom and on to the plant floor.Attendees will hear about how to improve training by using:
- Direct applications (don't just talk about it, do it)
- Active learning (move, discuss, engage the mind)
- Videos (your phone is powerful use it)
- Real world scenarios (these examples are all around you)
- Regular refreshers (coaching videos, single point lessons)
Presenter: Shon Isenhour, Partner, Eruditio, LLC
Moderator: Bob Vavra, Content Manager and Moderator, Plant Engineering
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