Leadership 101 Course
 

$ 269. 3 - day / 28-hours   
Day 3 is Legislative Updates & Cultural Diversity

2-day / 20-hr option @ $199.
Just Leadership

Rationale: Prepares new supervisors for their supervisory role. Topics include values, ethics, principles, communication, leadership styles, cultural diversity, racial sensitivity, planning, and organizing. 

OBJECTIVES:  The student will be able to:

  • Discuss the first-line supervisor's role from several perspectives.
  • Discuss ethical standards relating to law enforcement supervisory conduct and decision making.
  • Discuss integrity when  responding to ethical issues in law enforcement situations.
  • Discuss the importance of verbal/nonverbal communication skills, (which include the art of listening, and the processing of information.)
  • Describe how to use leadership frameworks.
  • List the characteristics of effective leaders.
  • Describe the process of discussing work issues with subordinates (including performance problems, employee grievances or complaints, and resolving conflicts among employees.)
  • Discuss the difference between civil and criminal accountability.
  • Discuss the principles of planning and organizing.
  • Describe the need for sensitivity to cultural diversity issues.
  • Describe how to make the transition from line officer to supervisor.

Target Audience – Supervisors or Soon to be promoted Supervisors

Course Prerequisites: Same as Above



Meets requirements of Section 415.034 Texas Government Code, continuing education for new supervisors.   TCLEOSE 3737
Leadership for FTO's Course

$ 179.16- hours / 2 - days


Rationale: Rationale: Prepares Field Training Officer's for their supervisory role in regards to their trainee. Topics include values, ethics, principles, communication, decision making, leadership styles, planning, and organizing.  

OBJECTIVES:  The student will be able to:

  • Discuss their role from several perspectives.
  • Discuss ethical standards relating to law enforcement conduct and decision making.
  • Discuss integrity when  responding to ethical issues in law enforcement situations.
  • Discuss the importance of verbal/nonverbal communication skills, (which include the art of listening, and the processing of information.)
  • Describe how to use leadership frameworks.
  • List the characteristics of effective leaders.
  • Describe the process of discussing work issues with trainee's (including performance problems and resolving conflicts.
  • Discuss the difference between civil and criminal accountability.
  • Discuss the principles of planning and organizing
  • Describe how to make the transition from line officer to FTO.

Target Audience – Field Training Personnel

Course Prerequisites: None

TCLEOSE 3751

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