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Supervisory Officers Program

The Ontario Supervisory Officers of Education Program on Leadership and Management

The Ontario Supervisory Officer Executive Program on Leadership and Management is designed to encompass leadership and relationship development and address management issues that are common to all supervisory officers. Role-specific management development issues for business, operation and human resources are also addressed.

The Learning Partnership developed this program in collaboration with the Council of Directors of Ontario (CODE), Ontario Public Supervisory Officials’ Association (OPSOA), Ontario Catholic Supervisory Officers’ Association (OCSOA) in association with the Joseph L. Rotman School of Business, at the University of Toronto.
 
The Ontario Supervisory Officers’ Executive Program on Leadership and Management has successfully completed five series of the program since it started in July of 2007. In total, 144 Supervisory Officers have registered for the program, creating an extensive network of alumni across the province of Ontario. Periodically, alumni programs are offered to bring former participants back to renew their connection with the school of Business and their colleagues. A sixth series of this program is scheduled to begin in December of 2013.

Why is this Initiative Important for Education in Ontario?

Supervisory Officers are key leaders in the executive ranks of school districts who:


Who Should Attend?

The program features unique forums for advanced collaborative dialogue with public and private sector leaders and is designed for individuals who are:
Sponsor Acknowledgement

​To learn more about the program contact: 

Rod Thompson
Director of Executive Leadership Programs
Phone: 416.440 5108
Email: rthompson@thelearningpartnership.ca