All supervisors are required to complete training upon appointment that meet the
mandated 80-hour supervision requirement.
If you have any questions about your departmental training program, job training mandates, or training policies, contact your
CalHR’s Statewide Training offers two ways to meet the 80-hour supervisory training mandate:
Courses can also be taken separately as refresher training for supervisors who want to brush up their skills on specific topics.
In addition to the mandated training or department training programs, CalHR offers other training and self-development resources.
To access State Library resources you'll need either a library card or the use of a State computer. See also:
The Department of Human Resources recommends that every new supervisor meet with and receive an overview of Labor Relations with their Department or Agency Labor Relations Officer. An agenda and topics of discussion may include the role of a steward, the collective bargaining process, fair labor standards act, and the grievance process for your agency or department.
The California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) is excited to announce that the courses below will develop your leadership skills and satisfy the biennial (every two years) leadership requirements under Government Code 19995.4.
Click on the course link below to view the course description, learning objectives and intended audience. Once a class has been identified, check the box next to the preferred training date and location to register for the class. Please note, if there are no dates identified beneath the intended audience, there is no space available for that class.
Best Hiring Practice
Best Practices for the Probationary Period
Building High Performance Teams
Coaching and Skill Transfer Workshop
Coaching as a Management Tool
Developing and Motivating Productive Teams
Effective Change Management
FMLA-CFRA Complex Case Review and Workshop
Generational Challenges and Opportunities in the Workplace
Grievance and Arbitration 101 for Supervisors and Managers
Implementing Strengths-Based Leadership
Managerial Skills Refresher
Partnering Generational Work Styles
Supervisor's Guide to Progressive Discipline
The First Amendment in the Public Sector Workforce
Understanding, Navigating, and Managing FMLA-CFRA Leave
Understanding Emotional Intelligence