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Frequently Asked Questions Training

Can non-supervisory employees participate in a training designated specifically for supervisors?

It is up to the agency to allow or not allow non-supervisory employees to attend training designated specifically for supervisors.  Some agencies limit attendance to supervisors based on the content and need.  For instance, if a supervisor would feel more comfortable discussing topics solely with other supervisors, then an agency might limit attendance. 

In addition, some agencies open attendance to non-supervisory employees based on space availability, and often it is limited to employees in the team leader role.

For more information on supervisory training, go to pp. 42-45 in the Training Policy Handbook.

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