State Training for Supervisors Required Under the NAC

The Office of Human Resources is pleased to offer a selection of training opportunities online. These courses can be accessed at your convenience and our office will receive confirmation of your successful completion. Please click one of the links below for detailed information regarding these online opportunities.

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State Training for Supervisors Required Under the NAC

Supervisors of classified employees are required to attend training to familiarize themselves with the unique terms and conditions associated with state employment. These requirements are mandated by the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 284.498 (listed below) and, in the case of sexual harassment training by the NSHE Board of Regents. These required trainings are now available online through the State of Nevada Online Professional Development Center. Please follow the instructions below to take advantage of this online training opportunity.
To access the courses:

  1. Create a new account if you have not used the system before now.
  2. To access the training site visit https://nvelearn.nv.gov.
  3. Log into the system.
  4. Browse the Course Catalog under Main Menu.
  5. Select State of Nevada Employees.
  6. Select Mandatory Training for Supervisors.
  7. Select a course by clicking the course name followed by the Enroll Me button at the bottom of the course page.
  8. Upon passing the course, the system will generate a certificate of completion. It is the employee's responsibility to provide their certificate of completion to NSC Human Resources to receive credit.

NAC 284.498 Training of supervisory and managerial employees. (NRS 284.065, 284.155, 284.343)

  1. Except as otherwise provided in this section:
    1. Within 6 months after an agency initially appoints an employee to a supervisory position or managerial position, the employee shall attend a training class concerning the evaluation of the performance of employees.
    2. Within 12 months after an agency appoints an employee to a supervisory position or managerial position, the employee shall attend at least one training class which has been approved by the Division of Human Resource Management in each of the following areas:
      1. Equal employment opportunity;
      2. Interviewing and hiring;
      3. Alcohol and drug testing;
      4. Progressive disciplinary procedures; and
      5. Handling grievances.
  2. Every 3 years, a supervisor or managerial employee shall attend training which is approved by the Division of Human Resource Management. Such training must include, without limitation, training classes in each of the topic areas described in subsection 1.
  3. The appointing authority, at its discretion, may accept, in lieu of the training required by subsection 1, supervisory or managerial training classes which are approved by the Division of Human Resource Management and taken by the employee during the 12 months immediately preceding the employee's appointment.
  4. In addition to the training otherwise required by this section, the Division of Human Resource Management or an appointing authority may require a supervisor or managerial employee to retake any part or all of the training required by this section, or to participate in any additional training or other classes deemed necessary by the Division of Human Resource Management or appointing authority.
  5. As used in this section:
    1. Managerial position means a position which is held by an employee who:
      1. Formally evaluates supervisors;
      2. Is involved in the hiring and firing of subordinate staff;
      3. Determines organizational structure within a component of the organization; and
      4. Develops, monitors and implements policies to accomplish long-range goals.
    2. Supervisory position means a position which is held by an employee who:
      1. Formally evaluates staff;
      2. Is involved in the hiring and firing of subordinate staff; and
      3. Establishes policies which affect the performance or behavior of subordinate staff.
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