Cal State San Bernardino’s College of Extended Learning will offer a special series of courses this spring that will help both new supervisors and those who aspire to supervisory roles.
The supervisory skills development certificate program will be held on two Saturdays in April (April 14 and 28) and includes courses on five topics that are a must for those making the transition from colleague to supervisor.
Topics in the certificate program include “Your Role as Supervisor,” “Leading with Confidence,” “Building Effective Teams,” “Decision Making and Problem Solving” and “Time and Project Management.”
The class instructor is Daniel Logue, president of Logue and Associates, a business and human resources consulting firm. Logue has more than 25 years of management experience.
The cost for the certificate is $269 per person or $255 per person for three or more from the same organization (includes both session dates, workbook and class materials). Classes meet from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, April 14 and 28, in the Yasuda Center at Cal State San Bernardino.
To register, for more information or to request a free spring course catalog, visit the CSUSB College of Extended Learning website or call (909) 537-5976.