Disabilities Management License (Online)
Class Date(s) Monday, Feb 26 2018 9:00AM-4:00PM  
Friday, Apr 6 2018 9:00AM-4:00PM  
Class# 1713891  

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Managers are the linking pin between strategy and execution, the number-one determinant of staff satisfaction. Yet, they are often unprepared for the demands of their role. The Disabilities Services Management License equips managers with the ideas and skills that create success and high performance. Topics include performance planning, diagnosing performance issues, giving feedback, coaching, mentoring, appraising performance, interpersonal skills, managing conflict, and motivating employees.


A management license is a "collegiate diploma." It is a post-secondary academic process of establishing the qualifications of skilled professionals in Head Start programs.  The management license focuses on the importance of management quality and demonstrates how the achievement of quality management systems depends on shared Head Start values and an exemplary management team. Participants enrolled at this level will examine the characteristics of management systems, skills and techniques for personal effectiveness, stress management, creativity, problem solving, and program improvement that produce managers that contribute to the rigorous and relevant dimensions of planning, organizing, influencing and evaluating.


A management license is a permission granted by the University to engage in an Head Start community’s development through consulting, employee training, credentialing and development, and other professional outreach activities.  A management license is an advance degree-seeking certificate and can be used towards post-secondary degrees.  This process is inclusive of the supervisor credential program but provides contribution to the intellectual development of the Head Start management community through rigorous and relevant scientific research. Our graduates are nationally recognized for the research that they publish in premier scholarly journals. Students earn educational credits that are transferrable to advanced degrees.   Students who are enrolled in a license program have an education requirement of 120 CECs (Continuing Education Credits) or 1200 clock hours as well as a prior learning assessment and a student practicum.

Price $3,795.00
  15 Seats
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