Proforeman Class I A Success, TARC Plans for Class II

In February, TARC  hosted the first of its educational series, NCRA’s certificated ProForeman Class I. The class proved to be such a success that it sold completely out within just a few short weeks of it’s announcement. NCRA instructors Tom Shanahan and Amy Staska led the group of 30 into team work exercises, personality tests and conflict resolution techniques and kept attendees engaged with their lively presentations.

Attendees left the day long class with certificates and a new outlook on leading a team of individuals to get a project done on time. Curtis Sutton, TARC’s president and sponsor to bring the NCRA’s program in Nashville said, “I have had such a great feedback regarding the program, I had no idea how much this class would be appreciated by our members.”

Due to the success of the program, future educational programs, much like this one, to be hosted by TARC are currently in discussion.
“I think the class was a great opportunity for not only the foreman, but for the companies as well,” continued Sutton. “We are planning on having part II of the course, but also another part I for those who couldn’t attend this round.”

Stay tuned for following information.

Updated: June 15, 2016 — 3:42 PM
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