Registration is open!
This four day training is required for all designated supervisors, including managers who supervise. Supervising in State Government (SSG) is designed to be of interest to and appropriate for both new and experienced supervisors. First priority will be given to new supervisors and supervisors who are new to state government, and to supervisors who have not had specific SOV supervisory training in the past five years. These SOV trainings include DHR’s “Supervisor’s Development Program” (SDP), AOT’s “Fundamentals of Supervision”, and the AHS “Supervisory Training Program.”
Supervisors will learn how to identify personal strengths they can build on to expand their supervisory skills, and to help their employees work from their strengths as well. From there, the training will include:
- Using the Performance Management System for Results
- Laws, Policies and Labor Relations
- Cultural Competence and Diversity in the Workplace
You must be a designated supervisor or manager.
Click on the SOV LINC imabe below to search for sessions and register. You may sort by class title or by date.
There is no fee for Supervising in State Government.
Select only one session. Each session includes one class day per week for four weeks. Each full day is required to complete the program. Each class day runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
All sessions are at the Center for Achievement in Public Service in Montpelier unless otherwise noted. (see directions)
Please register and have your supervisor approve at least ten days prior to the start of the session so we can process your information and send you advance instructions. Supervisors will need to access SOV LINC to approve. You must be Registered in order to attend, so please check your status in SOV LINC before arriving.