The Management Advancement for the Public Service (MAPS) Program offers training seminars that build management and leadership skills for top executives, mid-level managers, first-line supervisors, and administrative support staff. Skill-building sessions are available for employees at all levels.
Staying ahead in today’s workplace takes continuous learning. The John Glenn College of Public Affairs has a more than 45-year history of delivering outstanding training programs to meet the unique needs of public sector and nonprofit professionals at all career levels. Whether you are a top executive looking to explore new ways to ensure your organization’s success or are support staff transitioning into a supervisory role, MAPS training seminars help you navigate the challenge.
Seminars include a wide array of practical topics, interactive learning, and dynamic, nationally recognized instructors committed to enhancing the quality of public service. Since 1970, thousands of public sector and nonprofit professionals have chosen MAPS to advance their careers and organizations.
Be a continuous learner. Explore the seminar descriptions and select those that will help you stay ahead by sharpening your skills and preparing you for the next step in your career.
The tuition fee is $260.00 for one-day seminars and $520.00 for two-day seminars
By purchasing a MAPS membership subscription, an organization has access to the entire schedule of training seminars while receiving a substantial savings on tuition fees. A MAPS membership subscription may be purchased at any time of the year and is effective for twelve months. Discounted rates for a membership subscription are based on the number of training days purchased. Contact our office for details.
MAPS seminars are taught by some of the leading trainers in the country. Here are five videos highlighting the trainers and a sample of what they will teach you and your staff.