In-person training for maintenance leaders resumes at Clemson’s Greenville location

June 16, 2021


Life Cycle Institute, the human performance practice at Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), has announced the return of in-person classes at its partner institution, Clemson University.

The Maintenance Management Skills course, which teaches supervisors how to lead a world-class maintenance department using planning and scheduling best practices, will be held at Clemson University’s Center for Corporate Learning in Greenville, SC from July 13-15.

“We are excited to resume in-person classes next month. While we have had hundreds of participants enjoying the virtual instructor-led classes this past year, there is an increased demand for the unique learning experience of being in a physical classroom with a great facilitator and fellow students!” says Dan Anderson, Manager at Life Cycle Institute.

For more information on Life Cycle Institute’s upcoming classes and to register online, please visit