CPTP Training Program

CPTP (Comprehensive Public Training Program)

The State of Louisiana offers training to all state employees through the Comprehensive Public Training Program (CPTP). CPTP provides management development, supervisory and general job skills training for state employees. All employees (faculty, other academic and classified) are eligible. CPTP training is free. (Note, however, that any associated travel costs for a participating employee must be covered by unit's funds or individual travel allocation.)

Most Classes are 1 or 2 days in length. Classes are taught in several areas around the state including, Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Hammond, Houma, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Monroe, New Orleans, and Shreveport. Certain Training Programs Include:
  • Accountability in Work Groups
  • Building Better Performance Through Employee Skill Development
  • Conducting an Effective Job Interview
  • Dealing With Change
  • Developing Effective Teams
  • Developing a Motivated Work Group
  • Effective Conflict Resolution Strategies
  • Effective Presentation Skills
  • Effective Problem Solving & Decision Making
  • Ethical Behavior in the Workplace
  • Excellence in Customer Service
  • Improving Employee Performance Through Coaching
  • Managing & Improving Work Processes
  • Managing Work Time Effectively
  • Professionalism & Productivity for Non-Supervisors
  • Providing Quality Service
  • Writing for Managers

To see the complete list of classes on the web, click here . To register for classes, complete the appropriate course registration form, obtain supervisory approval (parish chair, resident coordinator, department head, regional director or equivalent) and forward the form to the AgCenter HRM Office. Following the approval process, the employee will receive written confirmation from the CPTP office that will include time, date, exact location and contact information for questions, rescheduling, or canceling.

Note that employees who register for classes should be committed to attending as space in courses is often quite limited.

1/25/2007 1:38:58 AM
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