The NRPA Maintenance Management School is a comprehensive two-year professional development program designed to teach park and recreation professionals how to develop and manage a wide variety of maintenance programs.
January 26 - 31, 2014
Oglebay Resort and Conference Center
Wheeling, West Virginia
Year 1 - Identify and recognize effective professional techniques of maintenance management. Curriculum is directed at the improvement of attendee’s professional maintenance management practices.
Year 2 – Acquire a broader knowledge of maintenance management and further develop student’s specific skills for effective operations.
One Session Topics
||Year Two Session Topics
|Maintenance and Operating Objectives
||Maintenance Plan Development Projects
|Elements of Maintenance
|Supervising Maintenance Personnel
||Site Amenity Maintenance
|Maintenance and Operating Problems
||Maintenance of Vehicles and Equipment
|Facility and Structure Maintenance
||Supervision and Management Personnel
|Planning the Maintenance Program
||Maintenance and Operating Problems
|Environmental Management Systems
Who Should Attend
Park, recreation and conservation personnel who manage park and recreation maintenance programs of any kind.
“A very good heads up for new or prospective supervisors, their duties and roles and what is expected of them. Wish I had this training three years ago!”
“I knew I would become a supervisor one day. Now I know I will be a great supervisor. Cannot wait until next year!”
“The second year made the program have meaning to me, very inspiring. Thanks!”
“Great course – enjoyed interacting with people from other parts of the country. The topics covered in the program covered most, if not all, areas in my work environment.”
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