Trade Secrets for Marine Service Managers
(Essential Management Tools for Skilled Technicians)
2:00 to 5:00 Consultation/Workshop (Quadrant Marine Headquarters)
5:00 to 7:00 Social networking, Stonehouse Pub (drinks and appies)
We’re designing a new course curriculum to help train marine service managers for local BC recreational and small craft businesses. Join us and tell us:
1. What do managers in this industry need to know?
2. What causes you the most frustration?
3. What management resources could save your company money?
From the information we gather in these consultation sessions, Quadrant Marine Institute will develop hands-on workshops to test our our new curriculum. Let us know if you’re interested in taking part in the test workshops, and we will send you an invite when we’ve set the date.
Following this project, we will regularly offer this new course to BC marine service managers. Your valuable contribution and feedback at this stage will go directly into improving the industry; we appreciate all your input.
Event Leader / Host
Patience’s involvement in BC’s marine industry started in 2016 while developing a Maritime Career Zone resource for Educators. Realizing the BC Marine Industry will be facing shortages in the many specialized careers and associated trades led to her involvement in developing this Marine Service Manager Training Program.
Patience has held education and leadership positions in private corporations, government, indigenous government and the BC education system. She has been an educator and curriculum development specialist within the BC K-12 public school system, the BC college system and has been a term instructor for Camosun College in the School of Business (Leadership) and for EyeSq’lewen (Indigenous Studies).
She has a Master’s in Educational Leadership, as well as extensive experience in leading and facilitating workshops in Leadership, Management, Team Development, Strategic Planning, Organizational Planning & Development, and Change Management