The purpose of the program is to acquaint participants with the basic principles of supervision, and to present practical tools for handling projects, tasks, and problems at work.
The American Society of Employers has responded to its member’s commitment to maintaining high standards in supervision by designing a Certification Curriculum for first and second level supervisors and others with the need for supervisory development training.
The core programs provide information about communication/interpersonal relations, motivating employees, conflict management, diversity, leadership, group/team skills, and organizational change. ASE has made its curriculum flexible so that you can select topics that meet your job-related requirements.
You will receive the Supervisor Certificate when you accumulate a total of eight core and eight elective credits within a 24-month period
Credits are issued in the basis of course completion. Each seminar is valued at one credit per full-day program and one-half credit per half-day program.
You will be awarded a deluxe personalized certificate mounted on a wall plaque upon completion of the certification program. You will also receive a certificate of completion for each individual program that you complete.
You are required to attend the four programs included in the core curriculum.
You can customize your elective curriculum by selecting programs totaling eight credits from the list of elective classes.
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Supervisor Curriculum Registration Form
The American Society of Employers is accredited through the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and offers continuing education units, which can often be applied toward college credit.
ASE members can receive 10% off the entire cost of the curriculum
by pre-paying with their registration.