Online Education Center

First-Line Supervisor Institute 2021

Includes a Live Event on 04/21/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

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If you are an IACLEA member, you can log in using your IACLEA CONNECTIONS credentials by clicking on the "Log In" button at the top right of the main page and enter your login credentials provided.

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If you are still experiencing issues with logging in or access, please contact or call 855-4-IACLEA (855-442-2532).

The Institute is developed for senior officers, mid-level supervisors, corporals, and sergeants. It is a useful course for individuals recently promoted to those positions and a valuable preparatory course for those seeking to advance to supervisory roles.

FLSI begins on April 7th and the course will be taught in two, four-hour sessions each of the first three weeks in April and one four-hour course to conclude the Institute on April 28. Courses will be recorded for students who miss a live class.

A team of experts has developed the curriculum, which will be organized around three overarching concepts: know yourself, know your staff, and know your assignment. The curriculum will cover the following topic areas: 

  • Effective Performance Management
  • Implicit Bias
  • Officer Wellness
  • Preparing for Civil Unrest
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Transitioning from Officer to Supervisor

Registration is open