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NOAA PMF Class of 2006 Training Requirements. Presented by Tracy Scott NOAA PMF Training Program Manager Class of 2006 NOAA PMF Orientation November 16, 2006. NOAA PMF Training. Requirements Costs Duration Specifications Excluded Training Training Program Components

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noaa pmf class of 2006 training requirements

NOAA PMF Class of 2006Training Requirements

Presented by Tracy Scott

NOAA PMF Training Program Manager

Class of 2006 NOAA PMF Orientation

November 16, 2006

noaa pmf training
NOAA PMF Training
  • Requirements
  • Costs
  • Duration Specifications
  • Excluded Training
  • Training Program Components
    • OPM PMF Orientation & Training Program
    • NOAA PMF Orientation
    • NOAA Leadership Seminar
    • Supervisory training
    • Elective training
requirements
Requirements
  • NOAA PMFs are required to complete 80 hours of formal classroom training in each year of the fellowship.
  • All training must be completed prior to your anticipated conversion date.
  • The mandatory NOAA PMF Training Program elements must be completed as part of the 80 training hours in each year.
  • Additional training is encouraged.
costs
$ Costs $
  • Your home office is responsible for providing funds for class fees & associated travel expenses.
duration specifications
Duration Specifications
  • Classes must be “all day” in length, at least 6 hours of class time per day, to count.
  • Exception for e-learning courses, which count as 4 standard hours each.
  • If a course is held for several hours a day for multiple days, the total amount of time spent in attendance must equate to an “all day” course length.
duration examples
Duration Examples
  • If a training course is 2 full days & then a half day, this would count as __ training hours.
  • If a class meets 5 hours a week for 10 weeks, that counts as __ training hours.
  • If a course meets 4 times for 3 hours each time, that would count as __ training hours.
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Duration Examples
  • If a class meets once for 4 hours, does this count as training hours? Why or why not?
  • If you take an e-learning course, how many training hours do you get?
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Duration Specifications
  • If you have questions on how to count training hours of a particular course, workshop or class, contact the NOAA PMF Training Program Manager.
excluded training
Excluded Training
  • You are encouraged to take supplemental training.
  • However, the following types of training will not count toward the 80 hour annual training requirement:
    • On-the-job training
    • Independent study
    • Reading managerial/leadership books
    • Attending brown bag meetings
    • Attending NOAA Town Hall Meetings
    • Attending NOAA PMF Panel Meetings
opm pmf graduation update
OPM PMF Graduation Update
  • For the PMF Class of 2004 & beyond, the graduation will no longer count as 16 hours of formal training in year 2.
  • All future graduation ceremonies will be held in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
training program components
Training Program Components
  • OPM PMF Orientation & Training Program

24/80 hours of training in year 1

  • NOAA PMF Orientation

16/80 hours of training in year 1

  • NOAA Leadership Seminar

24/80 hours of training in either year 1 or 2

  • Supervisory training

40 hours to be completed in either year 1 or 2

  • Elective training tailored to the specific learning objectives of your target position

56 hours to be completed in year

1 & 2

opm pmf orientation training program
OPM PMF Orientation & Training Program
  • Description:
    • Managed by OPM for first-year Fellows.
    • 3 days (24 hours) in year 1.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Focus on contemporary leadership, communication, & teamwork skills;
    • Get assistance with career development planning;
    • Interact with other Fellows through working mealtime sessions, evening activities, plenary & concurrent breakout sessions.
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OPM PMF Orientation & Training Program
  • Dates/Location:
    • OPM typically schedules 3 sessions between October & January.
    • Sessions are held at OPM's Eastern Management Development Center (EMDC) in Shepherdstown, WV, less than 2 hours from Washington, DC.
    • PMF Class of 2006 sessions are scheduled for: - Session 1: October 3-5, 2006

- Session 2: November 7-9, 2006

- Session 3: January 17-19, 2007

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OPM PMF Orientation & Training Program
  • Cost:
    • Your office is responsible for paying for your travel & per diem expenses.
    • You will need to obtain travel orders from your office prior to attending.
noaa pmf orientation
NOAA PMF Orientation
  • Description:
    • Managed by NOAA for first-year Fellows.
    • 2 days (16 hours) in year 1.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Enhance your knowledge of NOAA’s organizational structure through presentations by NOAA’s senior leadership;
    • Network with other Fellows & PMF alumni;
    • Clarify expectations & requirements regarding NOAA's PMF training & development program; &
    • Get assistance with Individual Development Plan (IDP) development.
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NOAA PMF Orientation
  • Dates/Location:
    • 1 session is typically held in Silver Spring, Maryland in the autumn.
    • The Class of 2006 Orientation will be: November 15-16, 2006 (Wednesday – Thursday) in Silver Spring, MD
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NOAA PMF Orientation
  • Cost:
    • There is no cost to your office.
    • No travel orders are necessary.
    • The only exception is if you are duty stationed outside of the Washington D.C./ Silver Spring, MD metro area or if you are on a developmental assignment in the field during the Orientation.
noaa leadership seminar nls
NOAA Leadership Seminar (NLS)
  • Description:
    • In either year of the fellowship, you are required to attend the NLS as a staff member.
    • The NLS is a 3-day program held at least annually for 140 NOAA GS 13/14/15 (& equivalents).
    • NLS staff slots for PMFs do not count against the total slots allocated to each Line/Corporate Office.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Increase your knowledge & insight of current NOAA initiatives & drivers, including Planning, Programming, Budgeting, & Execution System (PPBES) & NOAA’s goal teams.
    • Network with other participants & NOAA senior leaders.
    • Enhance your effective leadership skills.
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NLS
  • Dates/Location:
    • There will be 1 NLS in 2007, held in the late summer.
    • First priority for PMF staffing will be given to Class of 2005 Fellows.
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NLS
  • Cost:
    • Your lodging & meal expenses are paid for by the NLS itself at no expense to your office.
    • Your office is responsible for your transportation expenses to & from the event, a nominal M&IE rate of $3.00/per day, plus any incidental expenses authorized.
    • Travel orders are necessary to attend the NLS.
supervisory training
Supervisory Training
  • Description:
    • You are required to complete 40 hours of supervisory training in either year of the fellowship.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Develop & enhance your management, communication & supervisory skills.
    • Practice skills & insights that foster effective leadership
    • Get assistance in transitioning from individual contributor role to supervisory/ management position.
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Supervisory Training
  • Supervisory Course Target Audiences:
    • Most supervisory courses will be geared to employees at the GS-13 level (or equivalent) & above.
    • Don’t let the "target audience" dissuade you from taking a course.
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Supervisory Training
  • Supervisory Course Training Vendors:
    • The following courses meet the 40 hour requirement.
    • You & your supervisor can also pursue an alternative course as long as it meets the criteria listed on the previous page.
    • The course can be taken either through NOAA or an external vendor.
    • If you are uncertain if a course would qualify for the requirement, e-mail a description of the course to the NOAA PMF Training Program Manager for review.
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Supervisory Training
  • Cost:
    • Varies on the vendor selected & is the responsibility of your office.
    • If you must travel to take the course, travel expenses, per diem & lodging must also be paid by your office & travel orders will be required.
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Supervisory Training
  • Recommended Course: “NOAA's Leadership Training Program: Intro to Supervision”
  • Description:
    • Internal NOAA 5-day (40 hour) course designed specifically for new supervisors.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Learn what you can do to motivate your work groups to meet new challenges;
    • Learn what roles you play as a first line supervisor & what your responsibilities are in working with employees of all types;
    • Promote self-understanding; &
    • Enhance insights into interpersonal communications, motivation, delegation, & conflict management.
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Supervisory Training
  • Dates/Location:

The following sessions will be held from 8:30am-4:00pm in SSMC2, Room 2358 (Silver Spring, MD):

    • December 4-8, 2006 (Monday – Friday)
    • March 26-30, 2007 (Monday – Friday)
    • June 11-15, 2007 (Monday – Friday)
  • The following session will be held from 8:30am-4:00pm in SSMC3, Room 4527:
    • August 6-10, 2007 (Monday – Friday)
  • Cost:
    • $550 per person
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Supervisory Training
  • Recommended Course:Supervisory Leadership Seminar (Split Program)
    • Week 1: Supervision, Gaining Fundamental Tools & Techniques
    • Week 2: Leadership, Gaining Fundamental Tools & Techniques
  • Description: External OPM courses designed specifically for new supervisors.
  • You can take both courses as a 2-week unit, or either week can be taken alone.
  • One course alone (5 days, 40 hours) meets the supervisory requirement.
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Supervisory Training
  • How you will benefit:
  • Acquire & practice basic supervisory & leadership skills & tools;
  • Participate in self-assessment activities, small group discussions, & share best practices;
  • Understand the hiring process, recruiting, & managing;
  • Learn the basics of project management & position description development;
  • Learn how to diagnose & address problem situations & poor performance;
  • Develop various leadership styles & team building techniques;
  • Coach, communicate, & give feedback more effectively; and
  • Learn to value human capital & create an inclusive environment.
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Supervisory Training
  • Dates/Location:
    • Week 1:
      • November 27 - December 1, 2006 @ WMDC
      • January 22 - 26, 2007 @ EMDC
      • March 5 - 9, 2007 @ WMDC
      • April 30 - May 4, 2007 @ EMDC
      • June 18 - 22, 2007 @ WMDC
      • August 13 - 17, 2007 @ EMDC
      • September 17 - 21, 2007 @ WMDC
    • Week 2:
      • December 4 - 8, 2006 @ WMDC
      • January 29 - February 2, 2007 @ EMDC
      • March 12 - 16, 2007 @ WMDC
      • May 7 - 11, 2007 @ EMDC
      • June 25 - 29, 2007 @ WMDC
      • August 20 - 24, 2007 @ EMDC
      • September 24 - 28, 2007 @ WMDC
  • Cost:
    • $2,900.00 per person for each week, includes tuition, materials, meals, lodging
    • $5800 for both weeks.
    • Requires travel orders, per diem & travel expenses to be paid by your office.
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Supervisory Training
  • NOAA PMF Training Resource Bank: Supervisory Training:
    • A list of other supervisory courses taken by previous PMFs – coming soon!
elective training
Elective Training
  • Description:
    • You are required to complete 56 hours of elective training in either year of the fellowship.
    • Courses can be taken either through NOAA or external vendors.
    • To get ideas about potential classes, ask:
      • PMF alums within your Line/Corporate Office,
      • Your supervisor; &
      • The NOAA PMF Training Program Manager.
    • E-learning courses & OPM-Sponsored PMF Forums also count toward the elective training requirement.
  • How you will benefit:
    • Develop & enhance the skills you will need for your target position.
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Elective Training
  • Costs:
    • Will vary depending on the vendor selected & is the responsibility your office.
    • If you must travel to take a course, travel expenses, per diem & lodging must also be paid by your office & travel orders will be required.
elective training e learning
Elective Training: E-learning
  • Fellows can access the NOAA Learning Management System at: http://e-learning.doc.gov/noaa.
  • NOAA students can access over 1500 courses covering a wide range of business & technology topics free of charge including:
    • Project management
    • Leadership
    • Team building
    • Strategic planning
    • Communication
    • Human resources
    • Economics
    • Financial services
    • International business
elective training opm sponsored pmf forums
Elective Training: OPM Sponsored PMF Forums
  • Count as 8 hours each
  • Open to all current Fellows
  • Attendance is voluntary
  • Provide valuable information on specific content issues such as:
      • Federal budget
      • Health care challenges
      • Leadership issues
      • Budget analysis
      • Conflict resolution
  • The first Forum, titled “Meeting HR Challenges: A Discussion of 21st Century Approaches to Attracting & Retaining Talent in Public Service” was held on Tuesday, September 19, 2006.
  • The Forum offered sessions on strategic human resource challenges, career pattern initiatives, ethics, & managing your career, & was attended by over 80 Fellows from many agencies.
  • Fellows will be notified via email from OPM with information on the next Forum & must rsvp to register.
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Elective Training
  • OPM would like current Fellows to volunteer to host a Forum on a topic of interest at their agency.
  • OPM staff will work with the Fellows to plan the agenda, recruit speakers, & organize the day.
  • Fellows interested in hosting a PMF Forum should contact the NOAA PMF Training Program Manager for more details.
  • Cost:
    • There is no cost to the Fellow’s office to attend these Forums unless travel & per diem expenses are necessary.
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Elective Training
  • NOAA PMF Training Resource Bank: Elective Training - Coming soon!
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Elective Training
  • Recommended Leadership Course: “OPM’s Leadership Potential Seminar:  Developing Future Leaders”
  • Description:
    • External OPM 10-day (80 hour) course designed to assist agencies in their leadership succession planning through early development of current & future managers & leaders.
    • This course is recommended for PMFs.
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Elective Training
  • How you will benefit:
    • Discover the mandate to lead;
    • Develop increased awareness of self & others;
    • Develop skills in effective communication & feedback;
    • Understand & enhance capacity for self-authorship & sense of personal authority;
    • Learn the traits necessary for long-term leadership growth;
    • Learn to lead others without relying on traditional authority;
    • Understand the President's Management Agenda as context & opportunity for individual leadership within Government today; &
    • Learn & practice leadership's strategic skills in influencing, negotiating, goal setting, & problem solving.
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Elective Training
  • Dates/Location:

Classes scheduled for 2007 include:

    • January 16 - 26, 2007 @ WMDC
    • February 20 - March 2, 2007 @ EMDC
    • March 19 - 30, 2007 @ WMDC
    • April 16 - 27, 2007 @ EMDC
    • May 7 - 18, 2007 @ WMDC
    • June 18 - 29, 2007 @ WMDC
    • July 23 - August 3, 2007 @ EMDC
    • August 20 - 31, 2007 @ EMDC
    • September 10 - 21, 2007 @ WMDC
  • Cost:
    • $4500 per person (includes instruction, lunch & break service).
    • Requires travel orders &additional expenses for per diem & travel expenses by your office.
questions
Questions?

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