Canadian members complete supervisory leadership course

Local 73 members attend field supervisory leadership training in Moncton, New Brunswick, April 6 and 7.

MEMBERS OF LOCAL 73 (Halifax, Nova Scotia) and Local 146 (Edmonton, Alberta) completed the two-day Field Supervisor Training Program earlier this year. The program emphasizes the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor, leadership skills, and communication techniques.

Grant Jacobs, Canadian National Director of Apprenticeship and Education, explained that the purpose of the program is to develop confidence and effectiveness in field supervisors. “Contractors who have previously sent supervisors for the training have expressed a commitment to encourage their future supervisors to participate. The course compliments on-the-job experience with a greater awareness of the business aspects of construction and the administration responsibilities of a supervisor.”

Local 73 members attend field supervisory leadership training in Moncton, New Brunswick, April 6 and 7. First row, l. to r., Jonathan White, Assistant National Training Coordinator, and Grant Jacobs, Canadian National Director of Apprenticeship and Education. Second row: Derrick Middleton, Steve Theriault, Brian Theriault, Allan Chapman, Eric Le Bouthillier, and Ricky Gauvin. Third row: Marcel Losier, Clint MacKay, Roderick A. MacDonald, Onile Theriault, Jean Marc Poirier, Randy Simpson, Tyler Graham, and Claude Vienneau.

L-146 members attend field supervisory leadership training at the lodge’s training center March 31 and April 1. Kneeling, l. to r., Floris Venter; Jonathan White, Assistant National Training Coordinator; Grant Jacobs, Canadian National Director of Apprenticeship and Education; Len Croken, and Brenda Hunter. Standing, Willem Verwoert, Jonathon Hunking, Steve Carlsen, Atef Abdelhai, Tom Pheasey, Murat Demircioglu, and Richard Maksymic.

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Published November 10, 2011

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