VOC Tool Manager Orientation

No tools...no projects. Come learn what it takes to be a VOC tool manager!
Type of Work:
Training/Workshop
Dates:
April 21, 2018
Times:
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Minimum Age:
18
Region:
Greater Denver Area
State:
Colorado
City:
Lakewood
County:
Jefferson
Camping:
No
Groups Allowed:
No
Payment Required:
No
Individual, Family, Friends Registration
You will be sent to a secure registration site.

Description

VOC projects require a variety of tools and equipment to be successful. Behind every major VOC project is a tool manager and an assistant tool manager who plan and manage the tool requirements. Tool managers work with the project team to determine which equipment and tools are needed, and ensure tools, project supplies, and crew chef equipment are transported to the project site, and that volunteer crews have proper and operable equipment.

For this FREE morning training, we'll gather at VOC's Operations Center in Lakewood to talk about how tool managers work with the rest of the project planning team, assemble a tool list, transport tools to and from the site, stage tools for crews, help with camp setup, and more. Afterwards, attendees will help load for a project the following day.

This volunteer leadership role is great for retirees or others who have free time during the day. Tool management is also a wonderful way to get more involved with a project without a lot of training or experience!