LIVE IN PERSON EVENT - “Maximizing Job Efficiencies and Equipment Operation for Civil Contractors” – Tuesday, Sept. 1st
About the In Person Seminar: An efficient jobsite delivers maximum results and profits. And that positive result comes from knowledge and experience. We hope you will join Caterpillar’s equipment expert Scott Knoblauch and Wagner Equipment for our Tuesday, September 1st seminar. Scott will be discussing the recurring themes and everyday actions he has seen during his 30 years of working on jobsites and how these issues can cause inefficiencies and reduce a contractor’s production and profits.
Scott’s lively 120-minute presentation will look at site equipment evaluations and what is needed for a job, possible equipment issues while being used for excavations, truck loading techniques, machine operations, and other processes that with attention and training can lead to greater jobsite efficiencies, productions and profits. Highlighting his experience through personal stories, Scott’s advice goes across all equipment types and addresses the common efficiency problems faced by all civil contractors on an active jobsite. There will be time for questions and answers throughout the session.
We are offering (3) in person seminar sessions, 9-11:00am, 12-2:00pm and 3-5:00pm at the Next Gen Equipment Training location (14335 W. 44th Ave. Golden, CO). Each session is limited to 15 participants and you must individually register ahead of time.
Click here to register: www.wagnerequipment.com/maximizing-job-efficiences/
Questions, please Email: email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there; don’t miss an opportunity to meet Scott and network with other vendors and contractors at this live and in person event.
The training center will allow social distancing, please bring a face mask to the session so we are COVID-19 compliant. You willingly agree to follow all COVID-19 requirements and in compliance with State/Local guidelines, such as maintaining social distancing, wearing PPE (face mask) or other rules that may be implemented for the protection against infectious diseases. Thank you.