The Maintenance Leadership Academy is a four-week training program for individuals who hold positions as State, district, and county maintenance supervisors. It is designed to help participants develop practical decision-making skills related to the various processes, methods, and materials that are applied to maintain their organizations' bridge and highway systems.
This course will assist departments that are experiencing high turnover rates and want to decrease the time for acclimating new managers. This training will provide an opportunity for career development and bring to light the changes that have occurred over the past 20 years and where the important field of highway maintenance is heading.
Module C consists of seven lessons dealing with roadway maintenance and drainage. In addition to a classroom-based, instructor-led training (ILT) component, lessons can also contain a self-paced, Web-based training (WBT) component, paper-based, independent study (IS) exercises, or Web conferences. The ILT portion of Module C will begin the second week of class.
The target audience for the Maintenance Leadership Academy is individuals who hold positions as State, district, and county maintenance supervisors involved with the operations of running a statewide, regional, or county operation and need the skills and knowledge associated with asset management.
Assumed Training Competencies
Participants should understand and demonstrate specialized skills in a variety of maintenance tasks of the intermediate level and perform specialized tasks in limited areas or broad-based tasks with little or no daily supervision.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.