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New in the Library – Essential Skills for New Supervisors
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Now available in the NIC Library, “Essential Skills for New Supervisors” focuses on essential skillsdeveloping new skills and competencies while making the transition from line staff to supervisor.

Contents include:

  • A 3-hour training program, broadcast September 15, 2010, shows how to use the newly developed DVD series curriculum from the National Institute of Corrections, titled “Self-Directed Essential Skills for New Supervisors”. This is a training program designed to be taken by one person, with modules played on a computer at a pace set by and directed by them - "self-directed".
  • The National Institute of Corrections training program “Essential Skills for New Supervisors”. This 36-hour DVD group training program focuses on core competencies for supervisors

Order a free copy here.




Posted Wed, Dec 21 2011 7:59 AM by Susan Powell

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