Build Your Skills Series: Time and Problem Management Techniques

Time Management

Thursday, April 19
1:40 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Meeting Room 308, Sacramento Convention Center

SWRCB Wastewater: .05 CEU

CWEA: 1 Contact Hour

Time management, as many would agree, is a necessary skill to have in any industry, including Water/Wastewater. The simple reality and ultimate truth is that time is not manageable. Time is a finite, limited, predictable but renewable resource. There are 1,440 minutes in a day, 7 days in a week and 52 weeks in a year. By shifting our behavior and utilizing the various time management tools available, one could improve efficiency, increase productivity and gain personal satisfaction.

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Karoline M. Terrazas

Training and Emergency Response Programs Manager
Union Sanitary District

Biography:

Karoline is the Training & Emergency Response Programs Manager at Union Sanitary District. Working at the District for just over a year and half, she is responsible for maintaining the District’s safety training program, supports and facilitates in the Leadership Program, and updates/develops many of the Districts operational procedures. Karoline is also responsible for maintaining the District’s emergency procedures and creates emergency response awareness through preparedness activities, training and events. Prior to joining the Wastewater industry, Karoline was a Training Manager at a for-profit educational institute for 15 years and was responsible for the development and facilitation of various training and leadership programs which included individuals at all levels within the organization.

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Laurie Brenner

Finance & Acquisition Services Coach
Union Sanitary District

Biography:

Laurie is a veteran quality practitioner with over 30 years of experience, currently employed as the Finance and Acquisition Services Coach at the Union Sanitary District.

Laurie has an MBA, holds Wastewater, Water Treatment, and Distribution certifications in California, and is both a Certified Quality Auditor and Certified Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Auditor with the American Society for Quality.

Laurie is the Chair for the San Francisco Bay Section of CWEA’s Professional Development Committee and teaches Wastewater Operations for the local regional occupational program at the Castro Valley Adult & Career Education Center.

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