Leading the Professional Employee – 9/19/2023 to 9/20/2023 – Fort Bragg
Fort Bragg Town Hall
360 North Main Street
Fort Bragg, CA
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8:00am – 5:00pm
This course is designed for professional supervisors and managers (non-sworn). It provides students with useful skills to lead and manage professional employees in a law enforcement environment. Through a series of adult learning activities, lecture and facilitated discussion, the student will forge a path to greater supervisory success by gaining the confidence and necessary tools to effectively lead their employee(s) in an effort to better meet an organization’s strategic objectives and goals. Students will learn the “nuts and bolts” of effective supervision and managements to build teamwork and ensure accountability.
Fees and Registration:
If you are unable to complete the group registration process, please email CPOA at email@example.com.
All cancellations and substitutions MUST be in writing and directed to the CPOA at firstname.lastname@example.org. All refunds will be processed within 30 days from the written date of the cancellation request.
Cancellations made 30 calendar days or more from the first day of your registered course will be refunded minus a $30 cancellation fee.
Cancellations made 29 calendar days to 10 calendar days from the first day of your registered course will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations made 9 calendar days or less from the first day of your registered course are NOT eligible to receive a refund.
*Registrants who cannot attend a course are strongly encouraged to find a substitution.
CPOA encourages you to make a substitution if a student cannot attend the course; substitutions will be accepted prior to the course in writing and on-site.
Who Should Attend:
City, County, State, and Federal Law Enforcement agencies who employ professional (non-sworn) supervisors and managers. Typically the target audience will be professional supervisors and managers working in Dispatch, Records, Property and other administrative assignments.
A graduate of San Francisco State University and the University of San Francisco, Bruce Grantham retired from the South San Francisco Unified School District in 2006 after thirty-eight years with the District. He spent thirty-one of those years as a school site administrator at the District’s middle school, high school, and adult school campuses. A primary responsibility was training and supervising new and veteran teachers. During his last six years, Bruce also served as Director of Community Relations for the school district. It was in the role of training and supervising teachers that he discovered the usefulness of the Kaleidoscope Profile in identifying adult learning styles and how this information could enhance the teacher / student learning experience.
Bruce developed the Adult Learning Theory training model in 2004 to train FTOs and academy recruits for the South San Francisco Police Department. He has since provided Adult Learning Theory training for other Bay Area law enforcement agencies, Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) supervisors at San Francisco International Airport, as well as public and private school faculties in the Bay Area.