Snow School > Courses > Winter Maintenance Leadership Training
For those included in the snow and ice community, winter operations is often the most costly single maintenance activity within the highway operations program.
Because it is winter maintenance, does it take what it takes? Or is it possible to effectively achieve desired goals and outcomes in an efficient manner?
Let’s look at the options, then you be the judge!
DW Clonch’s Snow School offers program content based on over 100+ years of collective team experience and practical application. With backgrounds in local (township, county and city) and state government operations our team can relate to your team’s needs.
While it is a good thing to have access to the wealth of information available in today’s world, it is often hard to discern fact from fiction.
The information and resources offered through Snow School presents what we know to be true…reliable, dependable and accurate information and resources.
Doing the right thing at the right time is the backbone of good resource management within snow and ice control. Build the knowledge and skill required to best know how to do the right thing at the right time and achieve desired outcomes and goals.
Throughout 30 years of service in public works highway operations at the county, city and state levels I quickly learned the importance of accurate information and quality training. Years of practical experience, research, networking, and ongoing education coupled with a passion for helping others and a keen interest in winter maintenance creates the opportunity for my ongoing work within the snow and ice community. As a consultant, it is both a pleasure and an honor to share the knowledge I have gained, and it is my greatest blessing to help others.
This virtual training platform serves as an outreach effort to provide opportunity to individuals, agencies, organizations, and companies who otherwise have little or few options. While face to face training remains my personal favorite method of delivery, I am grateful to be able to bring what you need, to where you need it, when you need it, through an environment that supports you and your team.
Session 1 – “The Ground Floor”
Overview and Impacts
Responsibilities and Liabilities
Session 2 – “A Step Up”
Decision Making Factors
Strategy and Applications
Session 3 – “The Roof Top”
Evaluation and Documentation
Technology and Industry Trends
Resources – Tools available for downloading for expanded knowledge and assistance in practical application
Certificate of Completion Awarded and Potentially Qualifies for CEUs
Session 1 – The Ground Floor Lecture (31:20)
Session 2 – A Step Up (30:43)
Session 3 – The Roof Top (38:45)
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee!
The course starts now and enrollment never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and you have 30 days to finish.
After enrolling, you have access to the course for 30 days – across any and all devices you own.
We would never want you to be unhappy! Please contact us within 30 days for a full refund.
“I was able to obtain a lot of new knowledge from an experienced instructor. Information about knowing what works with what type of snow/ice, temperature, salt, etc. was extremely helpful.”
Past Student, MVRMA
“With 20 years of management experience in Public Works – planning and managing winter storm events of all magnitudes – your training provided a fresh approach with new tools to improve our efficiencies.”
Bob Howland, Manager, Streets & Fleet
“Staff members relate well with her style and have confidence in her knowledge….she incorporates updated research with common practices.”
Brian Strayer, Maintenance Superintendent
Recognizing the elements of good resource management for planning and implementation are critical components to effective and efficient winter operations. Having access to to the right tools when you need them provides the foundation for successful outcomes.
While there is no “One Size Fits All” in winter operations, there are suggested best practices and proven methods that can be adapted to individual programs to support both efficiency and effectiveness. Recognizing and understanding these options can provide great benefit to any winter maintenance program.
$185 – 30 days of access to the ‘Winter Maintenance Leadership Training’ course