Exceptional Supervisor Certificate Program I (ESCP I)

If you aspire to be successful supervisor, you need to be a strong leader, motivator, delegator, and communicator! Let us help you make the transition from a staff member to a supervisor a smooth one. Those who are already in a supervisory role and desire to strengthen and reinforce these skills will benefit from this certificate program’s classes. Read More

 

Exceptional Supervisor Certificate Program II (ESCP II)

So you’re a SUPERVISOR…and you oversee staff and coordinate multiple tasks. What’s next?

Being effective in this role and meeting the daily challenges of your position depends on your ability to lead, motivate, plan, prioritize, and delegate! Classes in this series are designed to build upon the concepts introduced in the Exceptional Supervisor Certificate Program I. However, you do are not required to take the first program prior to attending this certificate program’s classes. Read More

 

The Train-The-Trainer Certificate Program

Are you responsible for presenting training programs, workshops, or classes to District personnel? If so, this certificate program is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.

The Personnel Commission’s Organizational Excellence Classified Training Branch is pleased to present this comprehensive program for District training professionals. This certificate program is based on the results of focus-group sessions conducted with training professionals in IT, M&O, Food Services and more. The resulting program is centered on practical application where participants complete exercises using their current training content. Come prepared to present!

  • The Role of the Trainer
  • Adult Training
  • Instructional Design
  • Presentation Skills
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Needs Analysis & Evaluation
  • Post-Program Video Presentations

Please contact our office at (213) 241-3440 for more information.


Campus Aid Training – School Security Certificate Program

Are you currently providing security services at a school and are thinking of promoting or do you plan to pursue a career in campus security? According to Section 38001.5 of the Education Code, anyone who provides security service for more than 3 hours a day on a school campus must FIRST complete a 24-hour training curriculum set forth by the State of California. This 24 hour training course is offered by Organizational Excellence Classified Training in collaboration with the School Police Department. Session topics include:

  • The Role of School Security
  • Dynamics of Student Behavior
  • Conflict Mediation and Resolution
  • Law and Liability
  • Security Awareness

To attend this program, please email oetraining@lausd.net, and use "Campus Aide Training" as the subject line.  Classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis for employees who will be assigned to six or eight-hour Campus Aide positions.