This session is designed for individuals that are interested in exploring the principles of Facilities and Grounds management, as it applies for those entering the public works industry and those who want to further their professional development. This session provides practical advice on how to best manage facilities and grounds and dives into best practices and emerging trends relating to facilities and grounds management. It provides real-world examples, as well as a discussion guide to keep the conversation going with your peers after the conclusion of the session.
After completing this course, participants will be better able to:
1. Apply best practices of public works operations management
2. Describe emerging trends in public works operations management
3. Communicate the importance of public works operations management.
Designed for individuals and agencies, the Principles of Public Works Operations series is a series of program materials for use by the individual's or agencies' needs. The individual or agency has unlimited access to the purchased session or complete series and may offer their participants CEU credits. Material is delivered for download, via the APWA eLearning Portal.
The Principles of Public Works Operations series contains the following materials:
Discussion Board Access
This course is part of a group of 13 courses included in the program. Courses can be purchased á la carte or in a program bundle at a discounted price. Content is delivered online, via the APWA eLearning Portal. With the eLearning Portal, members can access their eLearning purchases, view content, complete evaluations and track and report their progress from any digital device. Once purchased, this content will be available on-demand, with no expiration.
Content purchased from the online store must be purchased by the individual that will be utilizing it and can only be purchased ONCE (per account).
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