AFE offers online classes for maintenance, supervision

The Association for Facilities Engineering offers review classes for Certified Plant Maintenance Manager and Certified Plant Supervisor online to allow plant personnel to take the classes at their desktop, avoiding travel and time away from work. The four-hour CPMM training sessions begin at 12:30 EDT on June 19, and last eight sessions through June and July.
By Staff June 15, 2007

The Association for Facilities Engineering offers review classes for Certified Plant Maintenance Manager and Certified Plant Supervisor online to allow plant personnel to take the classes at their desktop, avoiding travel and time away from work.

The four-hour CPMM training sessions begin at 12:30 EDT on June 19, and last eight sessions through June and July. After completing the course, participants may take the exam as proctored by their company. Advance application and registration are required.

The virtual CPS sessions will be held twice this year. This first block of seven two-hours sessions begins at 2 p.m. EDT on July 10. Another series will begin Oct. 2. The CPS course covers the full role of the plant supervisor — from budgets and planning to communication and team-building. Attendees must have a minimum of two years in plant/facility supervisory capacity or a minimum of three years in the field overall.

Study guides are available at an additional fee.

Further information and all required forms are at www.afe.org . Click on “Certification” to access details. Discounts are available for those who join AFE. For information, call (513) 489-2473.