First-Line Leadership (FLL) Training - Virtual Course
August 3 — September 11
The IACP First-Line Leadership (FLL) program is intended for newly promoted and aspiring sworn and civilian first-line supervisors. The learning experience is focused on three key elements of leadership - leader, follower, and situation. This course is designed to provide attendees with a foundational understanding of proven and actionable leadership strategies, concepts, and skills.
Spanning six weeks in duration, the virtual First-Line Leadership Course consists of bi-weekly virtual live events, led by IACP-certified instructors, and at-home assignments to support learning application. The virtual program will afford many opportunities for peer learning and networking as well.
For an overview of the program content and virtual course dates and times, please take a moment to review the IACP Virtual FLL Course Overview and Schedule.
For more information, contact LeadershipServices@theIACP.org.
As noted in the IACP FLL Virtual Course Overview and Schedule, the six-week course will begin Monday, August 3 and conclude Friday, September 11.
Bi-weekly virtual live events will take place on Tuesdays and Thursday beginning at 4pm EDT and concluding no later than 6pm EDT.
Details regarding at-home learning application will be communicated before and after each virtual live event, as appropriate.
The registration fee for the IACP FLL virtual course is $550.00 per participant. Please note that you must complete the online registration to attend the training.
Cancellation Deadline: Monday, June 27, 2020
After the above date, only attendee substitutions within your agency will be allowed. Emergency cancellations will be considered for reimbursement on a case-by-case basis.