The job of a First Level Supervisor is perhaps the most challenging position in the organization and clearly critical to its success. Based upon a comprehensive Job Task Analysis conducted jointly with its stakeholders, the Criminal Justice Training Commission (CJTC) has re-designed the First Level Supervision Training program.
- The revised offering will focus on adult critical thinking and development of higher levels of problem solving.
- The new-found knowledge, skills and abilities will then be applied to resolving real world supervisory situations.
- This class will provide the framework for developing strong leaders in support of your Department’s mission and values.
- Students will be presented with a comprehensive ill-structured problem and confronted with seven product specifications that were identified in the Job Task Analysis. These seven areas include:
o Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills
o Coach and mentor employees
o Generate and manage documentation
o Identify and manage department resources
o Manage critical incidences
o Evaluate employee performance
o Demonstrate an understanding of progressive discipline practices and "just cause" protocol
- Students will work in teams to develop presentations throughout the week related to the seven specification areas.
- The teams will be compelled to examine leadership situations that require them to be self-directed and self-motivated in order to be successful.
- A final presentation will be made at the end of the week demonstrating how participants incorporated the product specifications into their examination of the problem and development of a well-researched solution.
- The teams will be required to develop a facilitator’s guide for their final presentation.
- This guide will be used to assist in the facilitation of on-site training.
Prerequisite: This course is limited to first-level supervisors only
Required Equipment: Laptop, extra battery, flashdrive, and extension cord.
Dress Code & Identification:
- Uniforms, agency logo clothing or business casual attire is appropriate for classroom wear.
- Visible Agency official ID is recommended (badges / agency IDs) while on campus.
- 8:00 am to 5:00pm (40 hour class)
- Dates and locations listed below
- No Tuition cost for those individuals who meet the following:
WAC 139-10-310--Requirement of corrections supervisory training. (1) As provided in RCW 43.101.220
RCW 43.101.010 (4)
- As of January 1, 2005, those students who do not meet the definition listed above will be billed $200. This fee covers materials and instructor cost.
- Deadline: If, for any reason, it becomes necessary to cancel the application, you must notify the Registrar via email
7 Days prior to class.
- Fee: $50 or course fee, whichever is greater.
||Start & End Date
||April 07 -11, 2014
19010 1st Avenue South
Burien WA 98148
|Full / None
||May 19 -23, 2014