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Work-order software Sprocket topic for BYU conference May 12-14

The basics of facility management using the online work-order system Sprocket will be discussed during the Brigham Young University Sprocket Conference Monday through Wednesday, May 12-14.

Registration is $699, which includes presentation handouts, a certificate of attendance and daily breakfast, lunch and snacks. Registration is available until Wednesday, May 7, at 5 p.m. Mountain Time. Participants may register in person in the lobby of the BYU Harman Continuing Education Building, by phone at (801) 422-8925 or online at ce.byu.edu/cw/sprocket.

The Sprocket Conference will cover the basics of facility management as it pertains to the use of the Sprocket program. The conference is geared toward current users of the software, but will be a useful training and networking event for all facility managers.

Topics that will be covered at the conference include work management, online work order requests, preventative maintenance, inventory management, inspections, mobile devices, e-mail notifications and reporting.

The workshop will be held at the BYU Conference Center located on the corner of 900 East and University Parkway in Provo. Ample parking is available free of charge in the lot west of the Conference Center.

For more information, visit ce.byu.edu/cw/sprocket or call BYU Conferences and Workshops at (801) 422-4853.

Writer: Irasema Romero

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