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New Release: Frontline Supervisor Series

CPKN has launched a new five-part Frontline Supervisor series. Funded under the Police Sector Council’s national e-learning program, Canadian police and law enforcement personnel will have free access to these courses until August 31, 2012.

The Frontline Supervisor series consists of five courses, ranging from 30 minutes to 1 hour, that address important skills for supervisory staff:

Leadership: Designed to inform new supervisors on the role of a leader, the difference between leaders and managers, and the expectations associated with a supervisory position.

Organizational Skills: Explains the management process and provides a definitive process to link and align with the mission, vision, values, and strategic direction of the organization

Performance Management: Assists police supervisors to better understand and conduct effective performance management reviews.

Self-managing Skills: Explores the concepts and theories behind communication and emotional intelligence and identifies the steps that control success or failure.

Domestic Violence (release pending): Reviews supervisory roles, responsibilities, and best practices as they relate to domestic violence investigations and identifies the steps required to conduct thorough investigations.

Content for the series has been provided by the Ontario Police College. While each course can be used for stand-alone training by any service in the country, the OPC will also conduct a blended learning program for Ontario members. Anyone interested in the blended program is asked to contact the OPC directly. For the stand-alone courses, learners may register directly via www.cpkn.ca/register.