UGA launches new Certified Public Manager® program

August 01, 2016 7:50 PM | Anonymous

The University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government is launching a new Certified Public ManagerĀ® program to strengthen leadership skills for local and state government managers in Georgia.

The inaugural class will begin this month with Fulton County. A state program will begin in October 2016. Both programs' classes will take place at the UGA campus in Gwinnett.

"The institute's Certified Public Manager program is filling a gap in training needs for public employees in Georgia," said Institute of Government Director Laura Meadows. "Through these classes, employees can now develop their professional skills so they can serve their communities more effectively."

The CPM program is associated with the National CPM Consortium and is designed to improve the quality and efficiency of government agencies by developing the effectiveness and professionalism of its managers. Individuals completing the program earn the prestigious Certified Public Manager credential from UGA.

Two articles: UGA Today and Atlanta Business Chronicle

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