Making sure that you are adequately trained to do your job
is a priority here at DHHS. If you need certain courses during
your probationary period to master your job, those courses
are usually taught by qualified division or institution trainers.
Your supervisor will let you know what mandatory courses
will be scheduled for you. You may be required to participate
in mandatory training to achieve specific skill levels during
your trainee or probationary
period. Employees who do not successfully complete these
courses may be terminated during their probationary period.
Other general skills,
computer classes and supervisory or management courses
are offered through other resources. Your supervisor or division/institution
may offer you a variety of different training options.
be working with another more experienced employee or working
through a training manual. Our department also offers a number
of online courses that you can take from a desktop or
home computer. Your supervisor
will also review any
developmental areas you will need to work on as a part of
your annual Workplan.
here for a list of classes offered at DHHS. If
you see some courses that you would like to take, let your
Click here to view a listing of DHHS required and optional training courses.
here if you would like to read the Office of State
Personnel Training policy, Section 9.
The following are other programs related to training:
Certified Public Managers Program (CPMP)
The CPMP is a joint effort
of North Carolina State government and the University
System of North Carolina. The program is administered
by the Office of State Personnel. Click
here for more details.
Academic Assistance Program
Some employees may be eligible for reimbursement for certain
courses that are related to
their job skills from accredited institutions. Click
here for more details.
If you have gone through all of the pages in this
Orientation program, you have completed the required
of the New Employee Orientation. You may access the
to make sure that you have completed each section.
Also, be sure to sign
and date the checklist and turn it in to your
supervisor to verify your completion of the Orientation
Click on the
below or the Resources button to the left
before leaving the program to access some other important
information which can help you
new position with DHHS. You might want to print out
or bookmark some of the resources for future reference.
If you do not plan to review
the resources section at this time, you may go ahead
and complete a short evaluation to
let us know how well the online Orientation worked for
you or if you have any suggestions for improvement. After
you complete the evaluation, you may also print a "Certificate
of Completion" from that screen.