KEH Energy Engineering

SEMINARS ON COST CONTROL

Return to KEH home page

Because there are different venues where this subject can be addressed a variety of presentations are offered.

COST CONTROL AFTER LUNCH

This presentation is offered to provide the plant manager with means of controlling costs in the operation of a facility. It addresses the different costs and how to manage them to get the optimum value out of the money spent on operating and maintaining the facility. The presentation explains the efficient utilization approach to cost control with some dramatic examples.

This two hour presentation can be performed at your venue for the small price of five hundred dollars ($500.00) plus travel and living expenses. When presented as part of a luncheon or dinner meeting, deduct $100.00 for Ken's meal. To arrange for this presentation on cost control, e-mail Ken at KEH Energy Engineering

COST CONTROL OF A FACILITY

A morning or afternoon session or possibly an evening session with a break for a meal or snack. This presentation uses the one above before the break and attention to detail after the break which includes:

This four hour presentation can be performed at your venue for the sum of nine hundred dollars ($900.00) plus travel and living expenses. When presented as part of a luncheon or dinner meeting, deduct $100.00 for Ken's meal. To arrange for this presentation on cost control, e-mail Ken at KEH Energy Engineering

COST CONTROL WORKSHOP

A morning and afternoon session which can be separated into two mornings or two afternoons. A break is included in each half and the customer is encouraged to provide snacks and a lunch. This presentation uses the one above for the morning session then covers:

This eight hour presentation can be performed at your venue for the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00) plus travel and living expenses when presented in one day. If split into two days the fee is fourteen hundred dollars($1,400) When a luncheon or dinner is included, deduct $100.00 for each of Ken's meals. To arrange for this presentation on cost control, e-mail Ken at KEH Energy Engineering

Return to the classes and seminar page