Developing a Preventative Maintenance Plan

This webinar explores the importance of preventative maintenance and identifies strategies staff can implement at their own site. Simple solutions and easy to create tools will help camp staff develop an intentional maintenance plan that will lead to well maintained facilities and property. 

Participants will: (1) learn the importance of a preventative maintenance plan as a dimension of site and facility management (2)explore common components of a preventative maintenance plan, and (3) share strategies for developing of a preventative maintenance plan.

Dave Sherry


Single person access  

Price: $39 member; $74 nonmember

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Price: $65 member; $150 nonmember for bundle of 10 learners

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  • Your staff will self-enroll into course with an enrollment key we provide.
  • Your staff may complete the program at their convenience. 

Bundles for alternate numbers of learners may also be accommodated, contact us.

Presenter Bio(s)

Dave Sherry began his camping career with the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee as the Outdoor/Adventure Education Program Director at Camp Whitcomb–Mason, in Hartland, Wisconsin. From there he was the Camp Director at the Woodson YMCA–Camp Sturtevant in Wausau, Wisconsin where he operated the summer resident camp, day camp, teen programs, and climbing wall programs. He has been the Executive Director of the Des Moines Y–Camp, a branch of the YMCA of Greater Des Moines, since January of 2001. Dave speaks regularly at regional camping events as both a keynote and an interest session presenter. He has served as a member of ACA’s National Standards Commission and sits on boards for multiple nonprofit organizations, including the ACA Great Rivers Board.  Dave received his Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation Management from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse.