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No. It’s up to the agency to establish the number of supervisory training hours considering the needs of the supervisor/s.
By regulations, agencies are required (under 5 CFR 412.202) to provide:
Agencies must also provide training when employees make critical career transitions, for example, from a non-supervisory to a supervisory position. Most agencies offer additional training to new supervisors on topics such as:
You should include guidance on Supervisory Training in your agency training policy manuals. For more information on supervisory training, go to pp. 42-45 in the Training Policy Handbook.
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