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Seventy-two receive field supervisor training in Canada

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L-555 (Regina, Saskatchewan), Feb. 17-18 Seated, left to right: Sean Dixon, Justin McRedmond, Noel Loffler and Mike Feiffer. Back row: Grant Jacobs (Director of National Training), Dallas Rogers, Clayton Stephanson, Dana Koloski, Travis Englesman, Jade Herman and Jonathan White (Assistant National Training Coordinator).

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L-146 (Edmonton, Alberta), Feb. 20-21 Seated, left to right: Grant Jacobs (Director of National Training) and Jonathan White (Assistant National Training Coordinator). First row, standing, Travis Smith, Josh Maisonneuve, Maurice Bennett, Kevin Rogalski, Bobby Palaypay, and Luc Berube. Back row, standing, Rohit Sonawane, Ken Van Der Veen, Jameel Houssian, Dean O’Dell, Vicky White, Vince Viczko, James O’Donoghue and Jason Aitken.

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L-555 (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Mar. 15-16 First row, left to right: Jonathan White (Assistant National Training Coordinator), Tyler Dueck, Grant Jacobs (Director of National Training), Eugéne Sabot and Christian Gauthier. Second row, Bob Rentz, Bradley Kulbaba, Alan Versavel, Kevin Rooney, Andre Gauthier and Justin Graham. Back row, Eric Pearch.

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L-203 (St. John’s, Newfoundland), Dec. 6-7 Front row, left to right: Bob Lewis, Dave F. Wade, Jeff Wall, Kenneth Delaney, Corina Skanes, Bradley Wade and George Mercer. Back row, Grant Jacobs (Director of National Training), Kenneth Simms, Sam Whelan, Trevor Ennis, Clem Smith, Riley Snow, Tom Cantwell, Raymond Flaherty and Jonathan White (National Training Coordinator).

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L-128 (Toronto, Ontario), Dec. 13-14 Front row, left to right: Blair Allin (Local 128 Health & Safety Instructor), Chris McIntosh, Justin Elrick, Don Logan, Al Dempster, Ward Barrett and Fran Guilherme. Back row: Jonathan White (National Training Coordinator), Alex MacLeod, Josh Turcotte, Lloyd Taylor, Scott Millette, Mike Bosanac, Brandon Charbonneau, Chris Craft, Doug Harkness, Ken Barber and Benny Groulx.

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L-146 (Edmonton, Alberta), Feb. 20-21 Left to right: Jonathan White (National Training Coordinator), Sam Bruso, Martin Cote, Tanner Lee, Glenn Cosby, Basile Babineau, Janny Gonzalez, Taylor Horn, Jessey Enjeneski, Jeffrey Clarke, Joshua Evans and Grant Jacobs (Director of National Training).

Locals 128, 203, 146 and 555 host courses

NATIONAL TRAINING, CANADA, taught the Field Supervisor Leadership Training Course to 72 members across the country during 2016. The two-day sessions were held at Local 128 (Toronto, Ontario), Local 146 (Edmonton, Alberta), Local 203 (St. John’s, Newfoundland), and Local 555, facilities in Regina, Saskatchewan and Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The course is designed for first-line supervision in areas such as administrative responsibilities, people skills and the business aspects of construction. Grant Jacobs, Director of National Training, continues to encourage all members, including current and future supervisors, to sign up for an upcoming course through their local lodge training departments.

“Enhancing the performance of our field supervisors can significantly improve most, if not all aspects of a project, including safety, crew morale, productivity and costs attributed to rework,” said Jacobs, “all of which will help to maintain and improve upon the competitive advantage that members have worked hard to establish.”

Locals  L-128, L-146, L-203, L-555
Reporter  V56N1
Published on the Web: January 27, 2017

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