Management Level 1 & 2 Supervisor

PLEASE NOTE:

Each class can be attended separately at $350 per class or in a combination of both for $500.

The classes will encompass a 5 day period.
MANAGEMENT 1 taking place the 1st and 2nd days,
MANAGEMENT 2 taking place on the 3rd and 4th days,
and the 5th day being a review in the morning followed by the final test at 1:30pm.

So if you are only taking the MANAGEMENT 1 class then you will still be required to be there on the 5th day for morning review and testing at 1:30pm!

MANAGEMENT 1 SUPERVISOR

Management Classes and Exams

Class details:
The M-1 Classes are based on the principals published by the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) in the Career Equipment Fleet Manager.
As well as NFPA 1901, 1911,1071 & 1917..

A. Information

  1.  Benchmarking
  2.  Specifications/Life Cycle Cost
  3. Technology

B. Policies

  1. Environmental
  2. Human Resource Chapter
  3.  Safety

C. Controls

  1.  Outsourcing
  2. Parts Management
  3. Preventative Maintenance
  4. Shop/Facilities Management

This 2 day class will cover the objectives and reference materials based on the requirements of the EVT commission.

Class dates

MANAGEMENT 2 SUPERVISOR

Management Classes and Exams

Class details:
Management Classes and Exams, The M-2 Classes are based on the principals published by the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) in the Career Equipment Fleet Manager.
As well as NFPA 1901, 1911,1071 & 1917.

A. Finance

  1. Financial Management
  2. Procurement
  3. Risk Management
  4. Warranty

B. Information

  1. Benchmarking
  2. Life Cycle Analysis
  3. Specifications
  4. Technology

C. Policies

  1. Training
  2. Environmental
  3. Human Resource Chapter
  4. Safety

D. Controls

  1. Outsourcing
  2. Parts Management
  3. Preventative Maintenance
  4. Shop/Facilities Management

This 2 day class will cover the objectives and reference materials based on the requirements of the EVT commission.

Class dates
Emergency Vehicle Technical Support was formed in 2003 with the idea that people in the fire service industry deserve the best when it comes to the maintenance of the equipment they depend on