As a public works manager, supervisor or senior operator, a more in-depth understanding of your road assets, operations and responsibilities may be in order. The AORS Public Works Technical Schools address this need with comprehensive training sessions.
“ I have been plowing for nine consecutive years. By far this has been the best training session with the information pertaining to my job as plow driver.” – City of Greater Sudbury
Gravel Road School
The training program offers instruction on the most important topics and equipment (grader) operator techniques to keep your gravel roads in top conditions.
This two-day training program is designed to provide staff who maintain municipal roads with appropriate guidelines and the basic principles for maintenance management of rural roads networks. Planning and execution of common maintenance strategies (road surface, roadside, drainage and signage) to ensure reliable services and safety to users and the local communities served by the rural roads discussed.
Winter Maintenance School
This course is designed for municipal and private sector supervisors and patrollers responsible for the overall maintenance of roads during winter operations. There is an interactive portion designed for the supervisor/patroller to recognize the potential for hazardous situations to occur using real-life scenarios.
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