This in-class program was designed to meet the requirements of
California Government Code Section 19995.4(b) for new supervisor
training. The topics will be approached from the standpoint of
modern supervision within the state system, and the curriculum is
designed for state employees who are new to a supervisory
classification. Participants will learn about the role of the
supervisor and how it differs from the journey-level worker;
making the transition to a supervisory level position; and best
practices for the new supervisor.
This program enables the new supervisor to develop the necessary
core competencies for achieving success.
The State Supervisory Training certificate program has been
specially designed for supervisors in the California state
government workforce. Participants are new supervisors making the
transition to a first-time supervisory position within their
given agency, department or board.
The State Supervisory Training certificate program consists of 10
required courses totaling 80 hours of instruction or 8.0
continuing education units (CEUs). Participants register on a
course-by-course basis and are allowed to take individual courses
with required pre-requisites as stated in the course
CCE will only offer the mandatory 80-hour new supervisor
training for state employees through December
In order to meet the requirement under the California Government
Code Section 19995.4(b) for new supervisor training, certificates
for programs taken through CCE must be earned by December 31,
here to view Course Descriptions.
If you are a course or two away from completing the program,
please contact us to check availability and requirements to
schedule your make-up course(s).