Supervisor Development Course

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Course Number

1-250-C53 (DL)


Delivery Method

Online (ALMS)


Duration

Self-paced not to exceed 120 days


Academic Hours

40


CEUs

4.0

Overview

The Supervisor Development Course is a web-based course with lessons that focus on supervising Civilian employees. The course provides supervisors with knowledge necessary to successfully manage work processes and lead in the Army Environment.

Subjects Covered

  • Workforce Planning
  • Hiring and Onboarding
  • Training and Development
  • Coaching, Counseling, and Mentoring
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Supervising a Diverse Workforce
  • Reasonable Accommodations
  • Creating an Engaging Work Environment
  • Leading Change
  • Merit System Principles and Prohibited Personnel Practices
  • Position Management and Classification
  • Performance Management
  • Recognition, Incentives, and Awards
  • Leave
  • Labor Relations
  • Hostile Work Environments
  • Managing Conflict
  • Valuing Individual Differences

Eligibility

The Supervisor Development Course is available to all Army Civilians as a self-development tool.

Prerequisites

None

Additional Information

  • The Supervisor Development Course is required for all Civilian and military personnel who supervise Army Civilians.
  • The Supervisor Development Course must be completed within the first year of placement in a supervisory position in accordance with the one-year supervisory probationary period. Supervisors are required to complete this course as refresher training every three years.

Accessing the Course

Apply through CHRTAS and follow the instructions provided in system-generated emails. The course is delivered through the Army Learning Management System and requires a CAC-enabled computer to access all module exams.


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