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Initial Training and Qualification - std10610011
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DOE-STD-1061-93
Therefore, this training should be conducted following nuclear facility operator or reactor
operator training.
3.2.1 Supervisory Skills
Shift supervisor trainees should receive supervisory skills training as appropriate to
their job responsibilities. Supervisory skills training does not need to be subject to the
examination process. This training also does not need to be repeated in the continuing
training program. The purpose of this training is to aid the individual's transition into
management. Training should achieve the following:
Prepare the individual for increased administrative responsibilities, such as the
following:
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delegation of work
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efficient recordkeeping
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recordkeeping systems and requirements
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time management
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labor relations
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expanding understanding of the management system, its interrelationships,
and its lines of communication
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ethics
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effective interviews
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understanding the goals and objectives concept
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ascertaining when and to what degree management involvement in work of
subordinates is appropriate
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fitness for duty procedures/programs
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administrative policies and procedures
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supervisory responsibilities and limitations
Prepare the individual to cope with personnel matters, such as the following:
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staffing issues
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motivation of personnel and creating a motivating work atmosphere
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dealing with differing personalities
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establishing and demonstrating high standards of job performance
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using performance appraisal systems effectively
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providing career counseling
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conflict resolution
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dealing with chronic and acute stress
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dealing effectively with subordinates
Improve the individual's communication skills in such areas as the following:
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