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Find out what's new at SD&T and the latest information on professional development opportunities.

 Upcoming L.E.A.D. Trainings

April

April 22nd – Quality Customer Service 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Register in SkillPro under Instructor Led courses. Once you register on SkillPro you will receive an email invite with the TEAMS link to join the training.  If you attempt to register and are not successful and need technical assistance or If you have already registered and can no longer attend, please email sdt.lead@djj.state.fl.


Virtual DJJ CPM Systems Improvement Training Leadership Conference

May 19th - 20th

The CSIT leadership conference promises to bring the best of the best in learning and networking opportunities with juvenile justice professionals and stakeholders. This year’s conference has been expanded to include both staff within the DJJ as well as our stakeholder provider partners.

Conference highlights include presentations from our very own Acting Secretary Josefina M. Tamayo, nationally recognized individuals and authors Dr. Linda Miles and Moe Carrick, and subject matter experts such as DJJ Assistant Secretary Christopher Goodman and Master Trainer Leonard Woods.

Conference events include workshops on leadership skills, accountability and ethical practices, motivating team techniques, effective communication solutions, data driven measurements, and tried-and-true virtual workplace tips, as well as a virtual team-building exercise, podcasts, live Q/A sessions, a candid discussion on diversity, lunch -n- learns, and giveaways.

Click here to access the Eventbrite main page enabling you to register. There you will find a video instructing you of next steps and providing you with important registration information.

If you have any questions or need any direct assistance, please send an e-mail to: sdt.lead@djj.state.fl.us or call Staff Development and Training at: 850-717-2850.  We will respond to you as quickly as possible.

Don’t forget this conference is free and

SkillPro credits are available!



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