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UNG staff graduate from Supervisor Training Program

Staff from the Oconee Campus completed a 37-hour Supervisor Training Program

Several University of North Georgia (UNG) staff members recently completed a 37 hour Supervisor Training Program and were awarded 3.7 Continuing Education credits and completion certificates for their efforts.

"Since this training program was implemented in June 2015, 27 staff members at UNG have completed this comprehensive course of study," said Ron Graves, training and development specialist and TAP coordinator.

The comprehensive program consists of 20 hours of online training and 17 hours of classroom training.

Recent graduates from the Gainesville Campus include:

 Gainesville staff

Dovie McEntire

Cathy Georgia

Michael Roth

Lance Hundt

Chris Cooper

Dean Lieburn

Rob Cherveny

Renee Thompson

Donna Hooton


From the Oconee Campus:


Taylor Ives

Kasi Mize

Janice Balte

Anna Gillespie

Jonathan Barefield

"The most helpful part of the training for me was the session on the online employee evaluation forms," said Dean Lieburn, faculty records coordinator. "Our instructor went through the forms, explained how to use them, and was most patient in answering our questions. I would highly recommend this training for new supervisors and as a refresher course for current supervisors."

The program is currently offered twice a year on the Gainesville, Dahlonega and Oconee campuses. Upcoming trainings will be announced by e-mail and posted on the UNG Notice Board.

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