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Management, Supervisory and Leadership Training is available at Catawba Valley Community College Corporate Development Center.

Management Principles

This program features frequent exercises, case studies, discussion, and hands on action planning to actively engage new managers in learning management fundamentals geared for success.


Classes Begin Thursday, January 19th from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
and continue the third Thursday of each month through June 15th

Management instruction, including all materials is $1950/student.

Please contact CVCC’s Corporate Development Center to put your name on the waiting list for an upcoming class.

Location: CVCC's Corporate Development Center

Send an email to Keith Sipe, or call (828) 327-7000 ext 4294 today get more information and to reserve your space!

Six Month Learning Program 1 Day/Month

  • Key Management CompetenciesManagement Principles
  • Action Plans to Drive Results
  • Monthly Follow-up

Designed to provide managers with the tools to lead high performance teams focusing not only on management theory, but on application of that theory in the workplace.

Program Outline

Session 1 – Your Role as a Manager - Getting to Know Your Team & Your Role as a Communicator

Session 2 – Effective Communication Tactics - Communication Tools & Conflict Management

Session 3 – Driving for Results (Part 1) - Workplace Health and Environment, The Right Skills & Knowledge

Session 4 – Driving for Results (Part 2) - Engaging Your Employees & Positive Team Relationships

Session 5 – HR Fundamentals -  Employment Law, Performance Management, Disciplinary Actions,
Harassment & Compensation / Benefits Planning

Session 6 – Tying it All Together - Leading Through Change, Case Study Analysis & Discussion

Leadership Skills

Organizations today face many difficult issues, such as leadership gaps, high turnover, decreased customer service, overworked employees, and more.

CVCC has partnered with Development Dimensions International ®, the recognized leader in managerial, supervisory, and workforce relations training, to offer programs to help businesses succeed in the face of such formidable challenges by incorporating a multifaceted approach to training and development.

Become a Continuing Education Instructor

Have an innovative idea for a non-credit class or workshop in the following areas?

  • Technology

  • Business

  • Computers

  • Language/Culture for the Workplace

  • Leadership

  • Supervision

  • Customer Service

  • License Prep & Recertification

Click the document below or email to find out how to submit a proposal.

» Non-Credit Proposal Information.pdf


Contact: Susan Blake
(828) 327-7000 ext. 4330