Office of Leadership (CG-128)

Contact the Office of Leadership

Commandant (CG-128)
U.S. Coast Guard
2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE
Stop 7907
Washington, D.C. 20593-7907

Supervisors of Civilians Tier II (resident) (502799)

About the Program

Completion of this course satisfies OPM’s 5 CFR § 412 requirement for executive, management, and supervisory development. This 5 day exportable course is designed to provide training to newly hired/promoted civilian and military supervisors of USCG civilian personnel. The course material is created to introduce each new supervisor to topics and requirements that they are required to know based upon their new position as a supervisor of civilian personnel.

Participant Objectives/Lessons

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Purpose of a Supervisory Leader
  3. Risk Management
  4. Communication
  5. Team Building
  6. Poor Performers/Coaching
  7. Conflict Management
  8. Delegation
  9. Stress and Decision Making

Eligibility

This class is for newly hired/promoted civilian and military supervisors of USCG civilian personnel. Newly appointed supervisors will have priority, however experienced supervisors and managers may also attend.

Class Convening Dates

Program Dates  Location  POC 
July 26-20, 2021 Alameda, CA Stormie.S.Batulanon@uscg.mil
Aug 16-20, 2021 Baltimore, MD Joseph.W.Herman@uscg.mil
Aug 23-27, 2021 Elizabeth City, NC Valerie.S.Miles@uscg.mil
Aug 30-Sept 3, 2021 Boston, MA Mario.B.Teixeira@uscg.mil
Sept 13-17, 2021 Cleveland, OH Mildred.T.Henry@uscg.mil
Sept 20-24, 2021 Sector Anchorage, AK David.W.Welch@uscg.mil
TBD Martinsburg, WV Scott.A.Klinke@uscg.mil

(please sign-up with the POC listed NLT 2 weeks before the start date)

COVID 19 Guidance

Optimal class size is 30 or less students, with a per room limited by Coast Guard Policy and local masking / distancing policy.  A limited number of travel tonos are available for students who live outside the local commuting distance (50 miles) of the training locations.

eTQC lists COVID-19 guidance for HT-ROM, and ALCOAST 074/21 

Prerequisites

It is recommended members complete the 40-hour Supervisor of Civilians, Tier I Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) course (502197), prior to Tier II training.  Tier I is currently unavailable due to outdated Flash, and is being replaced by the end of this year.

Application Procedures

This course will be hosted by unit and members will sign up with unit personnel.

Program Manager

Kin Szeto, COMDT (CG-128), phone 202-475-5515, email kin.p.szeto2@uscg.mil