Mr. Collins was very attentive and conscientious with regard to training in particular and overall employee development in general
Alameda, CA (PRWEB) January 24, 2015
On January 6th, 2015, TRIC Tools traveled to Southern California to provide on-site training and operator certification for nearly 40 technicians and administrative staff at Mr. Rooter of Ventura County. John Rafferty, Director of Marketing and Training, delivered the TRIC Pipe Bursting Best Practices and Certification course over two separate shifts in the large, well-appointed AV room at the company’s brand new Camarillo facility.
Mr. Rafferty first developed the TRIC Pipe Bursting Best Practices & Certification Course over two years ago in conjunction with the East Bay Regional Private Sewer Lateral (PSL) Program implemented by the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). The PSL Program enforces private sewer lateral testing and compliance over seven contiguous communities in the East San Francisco Bay Area (including TRIC’s home base in Alameda).
After presenting TRIC Pipe Bursting Best Practices by request to city inspectors in Oakland, CA and at a number of trenchless industry forums, Mr. Rafferty adapted this presentation into an equipment training certification for TRIC users. Since then, a number of franchise organizations and local inspectors have contacted TRIC for a better understanding of safe and effective use and maintenance of TRIC equipment.
Shawn Collins, Human Resources and Training Supervisor at Mr. Rooter Ventura, said the course was “excellent!” reports Mr. Rafferty. “Mr. Collins was very attentive and conscientious with regard to training in particular and overall employee development in general” said Rafferty.
For more information about Trenchless Pipe Bursting equipment or the Trenchless Industry in general - please call 888-883-8742 or visit TRIC's website at: http://www.trictrenchless.com to see how they can answer any of these questions for you. Get your Trenchless Sewer and Water Replacement service off on the right foot, one lateral at a time.