Franklin Bronze Precision Components is actively working on a broad range of workforce development initiatives including Supervisory Skills training.
“We are proud to have received funding from WEDNet, which serves Pennsylvania’s manufacturers. The funding has been used to train operators and staff in Supervisory skills, Lean and other modern manufacturing techniques,” explains John Nichols, General Manager.
Through this funding, five FBPC Team members participated in Supervisory Skills training course at Manufacturer & Business Association (MBA) in Erie, PA.
“MBA has designed a Supervisory Skills training course that has provided our new and experienced supervisors with the ability to incorporate sound management practices, proper discipline techniques and resolution of conflict into our everyday operations. This training has resulted in increased teamwork among supervisors and employees alike, and our supervisors have been empowered to make small changes that result in significant contributions to the overall success of the company. Our gratitude to the staff at the MBA!” Brook Siar, Human Resource Manager.
Congratulations to our Team Members who were recently certified in the Supervisory Skills Series at Manufacturer & Business Association in Erie, PA:
Left image, from left: Ed Wolfgong, Machine Shop team leader; Chris Barber, Wax Room supervisor; and, Sherry Miller, Shipping supervisor.
Right image, from left: Sam Lyons, Foundry supervisor, and Anthony Haag, Wax Room team leader.
See us featured on the cover in the latest edition of Manufacturer & Business Association Training Schedule: