Operating a quality, efficient laundry operation requires training provided to all levels of the operation, not just management. ALM's Webinar Training Series provides training programs specific to all aspects of operations and are priced to be an efficient means for providing education to your entire team.
ALM webinars are an easy way to earn contact hours and maintain certifications. Multiple attendees from the same location may participate for one registration fee. Contact hours and proof of attendance is provided for all attendees.
You may register for packages or single sessions of live webinars. All webinars are at 2 pm ET/1 pm CT/ 12 pm MT/ 11 am PT.
February 27, 2020 Building Credibility with your Infection Preventionist, Carol McLay, DrPH, MPH, RN, CIC, FAPIC Having your customer’s infection preventionist in your court is always a good thing. We’ll cover what information you should be sharing with them regularly, typical questions they may ask, and why they may ask them and how to answer confidently.
April 16, 2020 Putting Benchmark Data to Work, Chip Malboeuf The results are in and you see how your operational data compares to other similar laundries. What should you do with this insightful information? Learn where to take action and how to build support for operational changes and investments based on the data that backs it up.
June 18, 2020 Mastering Workflow in Your Plant, Michael Dodge Do textiles flow smoothly through your plant without hiccups? If not, you won’t want to miss this webinar to hear tips about how to make adjustments for streamlining efficiency.
August 20, 2020 Final Resolution: How to Stop Fixing the Same Issues, David Bernstein If you’ve fixed the same problem so many times that it seems like a routine procedure, this session is for you. A bit of analyzing, re-evaluation, and change management are the arts that will help you stop the insanity.
October 15, 2020 How to Go From Being “The Source” to “The Resource,” Robin Holmes Don’t just be the “source” for ordering products and supplies, be the “resource” your customer depends on when they need to improve or resolve a situation.