Whether you have a small industry here in the Lower Mainland, or a large company that extends across Canada, TFMCI offers on-site training that can help your company in a variety of ways – some of which we would like to share with you.
Retain Quality Employees by Training Within
Retaining quality employees saves companies a lot of money in re-hiring new individuals to replace them. In fact, the cost of losing employees often far exceeds training the ones you have, assisting them in advancing within your company, while helping your company advance alongside them.
Staying competitive within your industry, and competent within your company, are both key factors for business growth – and we’re here to help you grow effectively, retain valuable employees, and also ensure safety measures, which are required in Canada, are in place.
On-Site Training Can Help Your Bottom Dollar
Keeping your business flowing is also a key factor in ensuring there is no interruption to your productivity and bottom dollar.
Having employees go off-site for training puts a wrench in “business as usual”, while offering on-site training can deliver a much more fluid opportunity for people to learn a new skill, implement a new safety measure, or advance an entire group of people with minimal interruption to your business.
Your Company Privacy Matters, and We Understand That
Every company has a different policy when it comes to privacy, and our on-site training allows you to keep your “company secrets” within your business. We help you ensure delicate data is retained inside our on-site classes, with Q&A’s being able to be asked freely without the concern of prying ears.
We Tailor Classes to Suit Your Needs
TFMCI offers on-site training courses that can be specifically designed for your company needs and your employee’s growth as well.
Some of the on-site courses we offer include…
- 5th Class Power Engineer
- 4th Class Power Engineer
- Refrigeration Plant Operator
- Boiler Basic Safety Awareness
- Refrigeration Basic Safety Awareness
- Boiler Plant Operation and Safety
- Refrigeration Plant Operation and Safety
- Maintenance Leadership Development
- Maintenance for Building Managers
- Plant Administration-Best Practices