ST. ROSE, LA – Gulf Coast Safety Council cordially invites company leaders to attend Supervisory Training Education Program or STEP on September 9 and 10 at GCSC St.Rose, starts at 7 AM – 3 PM.
The program costs $250 for members and $300 for non-members. This 2- day course provides strategic moves for both experienced and new supervisors in supervising their employees and sharpens their leadership skills through a management style that leads the path as successful leaders.
This course is designed for current front-line supervisors as well as potential supervisors in the future to gain more knowledge and skills, such as:
- Recognize the importance and philosophy of supervision and leadership responsibilities.
- Learn the knowledge and skills needed to be an effective communicator.
- Through coaching and discipline, learn the art of influencing and changing behaviors.
- Recognize how conducting a thorough accident/incident investigation is a necessary component of being an effective manager/supervisor.
- Recognize how to set expectations and manage in a safe manner.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided during the program. All registered trainees are required to bring a valid U.S. Driver’s License, valid U.S. State or Federal Issued Non-Driver Identification Card with Photo, or a valid U.S. Passport.
For more information please call 504-469-7787, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.mygcsc.com.
The Gulf Coast Safety Council (GCSC) was established in 1991 as the Greater New Orleans Industrial Educational Council by the owners of petrochemical processing plants and the contractors who service those plants in order to provide high-quality industrial education to plant personnel and contract workers. By assisting in the development of “Site-Specific” Orientations, GCSC aims to challenge the industry to keep improving the training of personnel on their industrial sites.
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