Course TypeMaintenance & Asset Management
CertificateMCP Training Certificate
The New Engineering Manager/Supervisor enables delegates to lead a world-class maintenance department. The result is improved staff motivation, lower employee turnover, increased output and reduced waste of resources.
Too often the person with the best technical skills gets promoted to be the new Engineer Manager or Supervisor. Those practical skills which served the technician well are now redundant and supervisory skills need to be nurtured. This course was conceived by a technician who went on the journey to be an engineering manager or supervisor. This is the course he wished he had attended 30 years ago.
Is it right for me?
People new to the role of an Engineering Manager or Supervisor. To equip delegates with a good introductory knowledge of the expectations and requirements of the New Engineering Manager/Supervisor role.
What will I learn?
The course will focus on:
- Roles and responsibilities of a manager
- Managing people performance/Managing conflict
- Managing motivation and delegation
- Setting performance criteria
- Setting SMART objectives
- Managing and improving problem areas
- Leadership styles
- Meetings, questioning, listening and giving feedback
- Identifying training needs
- Planning maintenance work and scheduling/prioritising workflow
- Computerised Maintenance Management System awareness
- Continuous Improvement
- Writing Standard Operating Procedures, work orders and tool box talks
- Identifying hazards/risk estimation and evaluation
- Systems of work/permits to work
- Maintaining quality through process change
- Maintenance approaches and best practice
- Managing the cost of maintenance
Maintenance spares and materials management
What are the benefits?
- Motivation and development of staff
- Improved staff retention of the new engineering manager’s subordinates
- Formal targeted training with direction and end focussed on business need
- Encouragement of teamwork through coach and assessor communicating more with opposite trade
- Re-focussed of training budget
- SOPs and training packages are written around business need
- Safe job; Timely job; Right first time job
- Improved productivity as downtime is reduced due to increased skills base
- Cross cover of skills in event of absenteeism, sickness etc.
- Nationally recognised qualifications where appropriate; skills are validated
- Training records meet and exceed those required by HSE etc.
“Probably the most valuable source of information I have received since my apprenticeship.’
Engineer, C&D Foods
“Great insight into my responsibilities.”
Hovis, Engineering Manager