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ATTN: Canadian field supervisors

Train-the-trainer course available in New Brunswick

A FIELD SUPERVISOR’S train-the-trainer program will be held in Saint John, New Brunswick, July 23-25.

According to Grant Jacobs, Canadian Boilermaker National Boilermaker Apprentice Training Coordinator, the three-day program will consist of two training components: a two-day field supervisor training segment, in which participants will familiarize themselves with course content; and a one-day train-the-trainer session, in which participants will use their facilitator’s guide to make short presentations.

Class size is limited to 20 participants. Contact your local lodge for more information.

Published on the Web: June 13, 2008

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