As a maintenance professional, it can be hard to find a conference related to your needs, especially, one with an education focus. SchoolDude University has what you’re looking for. With a targeted track for maintenance management, you’ll attend classes that center on the needs of education professionals responsible for managing maintenance and operations.
Don’t miss this four-day conference at the Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This year’s conference offers something for every maintenance professional – gain valuable insight into strategies to increase productivity, network with peers from across the country, and discover new techniques to make the most of your budget. You’ll take home a treasure trove of applicable knowledge.
Check out four classes designed for maintenance professionals just like you!
Discover it: Are You Managing Maintenance, or Are You Managing Paper, Calls, & Emails?
Advance It: Gaming Strategies—Building Consensus Around Your Facility Needs
Today everyone needs to use their budgets effectively to make every dollar count. Given the long list of diverse needs within a department, it is critical for your team to reach consensus. Easier said than done? Join Gwen McDaniel from Johnson Controls as he takes you through a game board planning tool that allows cross-functional teams to quickly identify and prioritize their needs in a fun, interactive and objective manner.
Discover it: Stop Reacting, Start Preventing! Making Proactive Maintenance Possible
Advance it: Are Your Clients Happy? Learn How to Track Facilities Feedback
Join Troy McQuillen and Tom Kaldenberg from Kirkwood Community College to learn strategies to implement satisfaction surveys on work orders completed through MaintenanceDirect, including how to set up the survey tool in MySchoolDude to begin tracking customer service statistics through an online questionnaire.
Create your personalized class schedule today to ensure you maximize your time at the conference and further your maintenance management knowledge. If you haven’t registered yet, what are you waiting for?