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This is the online home of the catalogue of Federal Government Leadership Development Programs (FedLDP). Here you will find a searchable electronic library of programs offered by Federal departments and agencies to foster the development of leadership skills in their employees. Information on programs can be found by searching the catalog by agency, pay level, key words, and/or audience scope. Even more information can be accessed by using the URL, email, and/or phone number listed next to each program under Get More Info.
Bookmark this site as a one-stop reference for finding programs which will meet the career development needs of Federal employees. Employees can independently look for programs that suit their developmental needs, while learning and development professionals can use the site to provide guidance for employees and benchmark their training programs.
Start your search by selecting 'Search the Catalogue' tab above.
Federal departments and agencies that wish to update the information on their leadership development programs or add new ones to the site should send their requests to HRDLeadership@opm.gov
Identify available leadership development programs for which you are eligible by using any of the following search options: Selecting an agency from the drop-down list; Filling in a Pay Level (e.g., GS-12, Pay Band K, FS-03); Typing in keywords; and/or Restricting your search based on the targeted audience scope. You can use any search criteria independently or in combination with other search criteria. *
* Federal departments and agencies that wish to update the information on their leadership development programs or add new ones to the site should send their requests to HRDLeadership@opm.gov.
- Means the program is only open to current employees of the specified agency.
- Means the program is open to employees of all Federal agencies.
- Means the program accepts participants who are not currently employed by the Federal government.
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Welcome to the FedLDP site! This site is populated with information about Leadership Development Programs available within agencies of the Federal government who have chosen to list their programs on this site.
You can search for programs in several ways on the search page, as follows:
For example purposes, we selected the Department of Commerce as shown in the graphic below. Then click on Search. All the Leadership Development Programs (LDPs) offered by the Department of Commerce will appear.
Fill in your Pay Level with the appropriate letters and numbers such as GS-12, Pay Band K, or FS-03. See the graphic below in which GS-7 was filled in to search the catalog. Then click on Search. All the LDPs offered for a Federal employee in a GS-7 position will appear.
Select a Department or Independent Agency from the drop down list. Next, fill in your Pay Level. In the example below we have refined the search of programs offered by the Department of Commerce by also filling in the Pay Level with GS-7. After you click on Search, all the LDPs offered by the Department of Commerce to a Federal employee in a GS-7 position will appear.
Grade/Pay Level identifies the compensation level of participants who are eligible to participate in the program.
Scope identifies the audience category of which you must be a member in order to participate in a program. The meanings of the icons used in this field are:
- The program is only open to current employees of the specified agency or department. - The program is open to Federal employees of all Federal agencies. - The program accepts participants who are not currently employed by the Federal government.
Name displays the formal name of the program.
Description generally provides more detailed, yet brief, information about the nature and duration of the program as well as additional information about the target audience.
Components provide a listing of the method(s) used to deliver the content during the program.
Get More Info provides methods of obtaining more information about a specific program. You should expect to find one or a combination of the following items in this column.
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