The State Manager Training certificate program is designed to assist new state government managers in making the transition to a first-time management position. Participants will gain insights into their personal leadership styles, acquire critical skills to manage programs and lead high performing teams.
This program meets the requirements of California Government Code Section 19995.4(d) for new manager leadership development training.
Develops behavioral and technical competencies
Covers all learning objectives in the required 40-hour Manager Training
Increases self-awareness through leadership style assessment
Instructors are experts in the field of management training for state leaders
Cohort-based learning enriches the classroom experience
“Participating in a cohort enables you to learn, network and develop habits and relationships that help you through your leadership service.”
— George Lolas, chief executive officer at the State Controller’s Office
New state government managers
This program includes 40 hours of training for new managers, which meets the state requirement. Participants will also receive 4.0 continuing education units.