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ACADEMIES ...................................................................2

BASIC CORRECTIONAL OFFICER ACADEMY (BCOA) .............................2 TRANSITIONAL JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL OFFICER ACADEMY .................2 BASIC CORRECTIONAL JUVENILE ACADEMY (BCJA) .............................2 ADULT PAROLE AGENT ACADEMY (APA) ..........................................2 LIEUTENANTS ACADEMY.................................................................2 SERGEANTS ACADEMY ...................................................................2 OCS ACADEMY (OCS/EOU)..........................................................2

SUPERVISION ................................................................2

BASIC SUPERVISION - ADULT ...........................................................2 BASIC SUPERVISION - JUVENILE .......................................................2 ADVANCED SUPERVISION ...............................................................2

PC 832...........................................................................2 RANGE AND TACTICAL ...................................................3 OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING SCHEDULE JUNE 1, 2011 (REPLACES MAY 23, 2011) PAUL BESTOLARIDES

Chief Learning Officer R.A. McGee Correctional Training Center-Galt (209) 744-5000 37 & 40mm Care & Repair ..................................................3 Expandable Baton T-4-T ......................................................3 Rangemaster Proctor Training ............................................3 Rangemaster Training .........................................................3 Ruger Mini-14 Care & Repair ..............................................3 S & W .38 Care & Repair .....................................................3 Safariland Vest Certification................................................3

NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION ......................................3 BUSINESS & PRESENTATION SKILLS ................................3

BUSINESS WRITING BASICS.............................................................3 EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION SKILLS .....................................................3 MICROSOFT OFFICE 2003 AND 2007 TRAINING ................................ 3 TRAINING-FOR-TRAINERS & ADVANCED TRAINING-FOR-TRAINERS .........3

TRAVIS MCCANN

Professional Education & Development Sacramento

MICHAEL BEABER

Basic Peace Officer Institute R. A. McGee Correctional Training Center-Galt

OTHER TRAINING...........................................................4

CODE OF SILENCE .........................................................................4 DEFENSIVE DRIVING ......................................................................4 EEO & SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING ...........................................4 ETHICS ORIENTATION FOR STATE OFFICIALS .......................................4 CPR, IST TRAINING (HQ-TRANSPORTATION) ....................................4

LINDA TORLAI (A)

Business Administration & Support Operations R. A. McGee Correctional Training Center-Galt

LOCATIONS....................................................................4

GALT ..........................................................................................4 SACRAMENTO ..............................................................................4

TRAINING GUIDELINES...................................................4

Reference ............................................................................4

ACADEMIES

BASIC CORRECTIONAL OFFICER ACADEMY (BCOA)

Classes and graduation ceremonies will be held on the final day of class at the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center.

Dates 3/7-6/24 Location CTC Status Open Class III-11

SUPERVISION

BASIC SUPERVISION - ADULT

The Basic Supervisor's Program for CDCR (Adult) is designed for new first-line supervisors. The goal of this course is to deliver a wide range of training for staff in CDCR (Adult), provide an environment conducive to learning, and deliver training base on core competencies, statutory and Department mandates. For enrollment information, please call (209) 744-5141.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

TRANSITIONAL JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL OFFICER ACADEMY

Classes and graduation ceremonies will be held on the final day of class at the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center.

Dates 4/25-5/27 Location Preston Status Open Class III-11T

BASIC SUPERVISION - JUVENILE

The Basic Supervisor's Program for the Division of Juvenile Justice is designed for new first-line supervisors. The goal of this course is to deliver a wide range of training for staff in the Division of Juvenile Justice, provide an environment conducive to learning, and deliver training base on core competencies, statutory and Department mandates. For enrollment information, please call (209) 744-5141

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

BASIC CORRECTIONAL JUVENILE ACADEMY (BCJA)

Classes and graduation ceremonies will be held on the final day of class at the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center.

Dates 4/25-8/12 Location CTC Status Cancelled Class II-11J

ADULT PAROLE AGENT ACADEMY (APA)

Classes and Graduation ceremonies will be held on the final day of class at the Richard A. McGee Correctional Training Center.

Dates 4/11-6/17 Location CTC Status Cancelled Class III-11P

ADVANCED SUPERVISION

Courses include Welcome to Management, Team Building, Ethical Decision Making, Effective Writing, Communication Styles, Managing Fiscal Resources, Progressive Discipline, FLSA/FMLA, Supervisory Styles, Effective Communication Skills, Employee Wellness, and Substance Abuse Testing. Mandatory for all second-line supervisors. For location or enrollment information, please call (209) 744-5141.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

LIEUTENANTS ACADEMY

Courses include Leadership, Role of the Interim Emergency Operations Commander, Inmate Classification Process, Incident Reports, Senior Hearing Officer, Escape Prevention, Alarm Response, Intake Screening. Mandatory for all newly appointed Correctional Lieutenants. For location or enrollment information, please call (209) 744-5000 ext. 5091 or 5080.

Dates 6/13-6/17 Location CTC Status Cancelled Note 40 students

PC 832

This 80-hour course is required for all Peace Officers. The course covers Arrest & Control, Firearms and Chemical Agents. Participants must pass two written exams, qualify at the range and are exposed to chemical agents. AODs, fire personnel and others attend this class. There is no expiration date for the certification unless an individual is out of Peace Officer status for 3 years or more. In this case, the PC 832 course must be re-taken and successfully passed by the individual. For more information, please call (209) 744-5085.

Dates 6/6-6/17 Location CTC Status Open Note TBD

SERGEANTS ACADEMY

Courses include Inmate Classification and Central File, Litigation Management, Bargaining Unit 6 MOU, Inmate Discipline Hearing Officer, Write and Review Incident Related Reports, Escape Prevention Pursuit, Alarm Response for Response Supervisors. Mandatory for all newly promoted Correctional Sergeants. For location or enrollment information, please call (209) 744-5000 ext. 5091 or 5080.

Dates 6/6-6/10 6/13-6/17 6/20-6/24 Location CTC CTC CTC Status Cancelled Cancelled Cancelled Note 35 students 35 students 35 students

OCS ACADEMY (OCS/EOU)

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

June 1, 2011 (replaces 05/23/11)

OTPD Training Catalog

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RANGE AND TACTICAL

The Range and Tactical Programs Unit oversees specialized training such as Range Master, Chemical Agents, Impact Munitions, Baton Instructor Courses, Armory Schools, Instructor Recertification, and Force Option Simulator (formerly Range 2000). For more information, contact the Range & Tactical Unit at (209) 744-5081. Note: Although classes may be listed as full, there is always a corresponding waiting list that your name may be placed on. To be placed on a waiting list, contact your IST Manager. 37 & 40MM CARE & REPAIR $80 tuition, may increase.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION SKILLS

Effective Presentation Skills is an 8-hour class designed to help CDCR employees develop and sharpen the skills they need to conduct highly effective presentations and trainings. Participants will learn techniques for researching and writing a presentation, projecting confidence, optimizing voice and speech, designing PowerPoint presentation, and managing a classroom. This course is designed for beginning-level presenters and is not recommended for employees who have already taken Training-For-Trainers. Classes will be held from 8:00 am-4:30 pm with a half hour lunch. For enrollment information, please call (916) 255-5589.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

EXPANDABLE BATON T-4-T

Dates 6/7-6/8 Location RJD Status Cancelled Status Note 24 students Note

MICROSOFT OFFICE 2003 AND 2007 TRAINING Word Class I: using a CDCR template, participants will work with tabs,

RANGEMASTER PROCTOR TRAINING

Dates Location No dates at this time.

RANGEMASTER TRAINING Ammunition may cost.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

tables, margins, open and saving a memorandum, and learn how to mail merge a document. For class dates and times call (916) 255-5654 Excel Class I: participants will learn how to set up a basic spreadsheet, working with formulas, Autofill, and other Excel essentials. For class dates and times call (916) 255-5608 Outlook: participants will learn to efficiently use Inbox, Calendar, and Task folders. For class dates and times call (916) 255-5606 PowerPoint: participants will learn create, format, modify, save, print, and present slideshows, and the use of slide masters and design styles. For class dates and times call (916) 255-5621 To register, please contact your training coordinator.

RUGER MINI-14 CARE & REPAIR $150 tuition, may increase.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

TRAINING-FOR-TRAINERS & ADVANCED TRAINING-FOR-TRAINERS

Training-for-Trainers (T-4-T) is designed for employees who provide (or will soon begin providing) training and/or presentations to CDCR staff. It covers public speaking, effective use of media, nerve-calming techniques, and methods for handling unexpected classroom disasters. Departmental policy states in part "personnel utilized as IST instructors" must either possess a teaching credential or take a 24 hour course in training techniques. T-4-T is designed to satisfy that requirement. Advanced T-4-T is designed for employees who have already completed basic "Training for Trainers" or have obtained a teaching credential from a public school district or a regionally accredited college or university. This class is the next level, students will learn how to use their skills to engage in all major activities associated with a Training for Trainers class, i.e. assisting beginning-level students, test preparation, leading critiques, evaluations and adult learning/teaching methodology. For enrollment information or directions, please call (916) 255-5772.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

S & W .38 CARE & REPAIR $475 cost; tool kit extra $355 (if needed).

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

SAFARILAND VEST CERTIFICATION

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION

New Employee Orientation (NEO) is required within the first 90 days for all staff new to State service or the Department. NEO provides an overview of the Department's organization and operations as well as specific topics. Class will be held from 8am to 5pm. For enrollment information please call (916) 255-5774.

Dates 5/24-5/26 6/21-6/23 Location OTPD HQ OTPD HQ Status Open Open Note

BUSINESS & PRESENTATION SKILLS

BUSINESS WRITING BASICS

The Business Writing Basics is a sixteen-hour course open to all CDCR employees who wish to develop and sharpen their business writing skills. Primary topics include conciseness, clarity, word choice, sentence structure, paragraph structure, overall structure, spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar. Students who complete this course can expect to write in ways that are more concise, clear, correct and captivating. Classes will be held from 8am to 5pm. For enrollment information, please call 916-255-5589.

Dates Location No dates at this time. Status Note

June 1, 2011 (replaces 05/23/11)

OTPD Training Catalog

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OTHER TRAINING

Training listed below is held by various departments. For dates and more information, please call the number listed with each course.

LOCATIONS

RICHARD A. MCGEE CORRECTIONAL TRAINING CENTER (CTC)

9850 Twin Cities Road, Galt, CA 95632 (209) 744-5000

GALT

CODE OF SILENCE

The Office of Training and Professional Development is offering Ethics and Code of Silence training as part of New Employee Orientation training. If you are interested in attending the Ethics and Code of Silence training, please call (916) 255-5774.

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ­ HEADQUARTERS

10000 Goethe Road Classrooms: Suite A1 Offices: Suite B1, Room 159 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 255-5600

SACRAMENTO

DEFENSIVE DRIVING

Defensive Drivers training is provided through California Department of General Services - Risk & Insurance Management. A three and one-half hour class reviews safe driving techniques through video, lecture, test and personal experience. Training is in accordance to the State Administrative Manual Section 0751, and fulfills the State of California driver's training requirements. All state employees who frequently drive state vehicles should attend and successfully complete the Defensive Driver Training Program at least once every four (4) years. For information please call (916.376.5309) or http://www.dgs.ca.gov/orim/Programs/DriverTraining.aspx

TRAINING GUIDELINES

REFERENCE For information on the rules and regulation concerning training, go to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Operations Manual (DOM) Chapter 3, Article 18, Section 32010.

EEO & SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING

Online EEO/SH training for supervisors and managers are currently being conducted. For other EEO/SH training, please call the Office of Civil Rights, (916) 323-1326.

ETHICS ORIENTATION FOR STATE OFFICIALS

California law requires state officials to complete an ethics training course every two years. AB 3022 expands ethics orientation requirement to anyone who files a Statement of Economic Interest (Form-700). For information please call 1-800-952-5548 or the Office of the Attorney General's web site at http://ag.ca.gov/ethics/

CPR, IST TRAINING (HQ-TRANSPORTATION)

Dates 05/27 Location CTC Status Note 40 students

June 1, 2011 (replaces 05/23/11)

OTPD Training Catalog

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