Manager/Administrator Core Course
STC certification # 0854-1923
This 80-hour skill-building course was designed by the Board of State and Community Corrections for individuals assigned to manager or administrator positions in a local correctional setting (e.g., probation, juvenile hall, county jail, or city jail) participating in the Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) Program.
First priority is given to STC-eligible managers and administrators who are required to complete the Manager/Administrator Core Course (MACC) within one year of their first appointment to a manager or administrator position. Experienced managers or administrators who are not required to take the course may also participate in MACC on a space-available basis.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:
• Management and Leadership
• Managing Change
• Defining and Creating Expectations
• Know Your Leadership Style
• Leaders and Organization Health
• Ethical Leadership
• Succession Planning
• Politics and Budgeting/Mock Board of Supervisors Budget Hearing
• Risk Management
• Presentation Skills
• Media Relations
• Management Perspectives: Lessons Learned
Participants will be given opportunities to apply concepts and skills presented, network with classmates, and share their knowledge and experience. Class discussions and small group presentations will reflect real-world concerns and issues, including the impact of AB109 (the transfer of prisoners from state institutions to local correctional facilities).
Southern Region - San Diego, CA
First Week: September 10 - 14, 2018
Second Week: October 15 - 19, 2018
Regional Training Center
6155 Cornerstone Ct.
San Diego, CA 92121
Northern Region - Roseville, CA
First Week: March 5-9, 2018
Second Week: March 12-16, 2018
Hilton Garden Inn
1951 Taylor Rd.
Roseville, CA 95661
MACC Application can be downloaded here - Word
If you are interested in attending a MACC class, please submit your application to or contact: MACC Program Manager:
(916) 422-5202 (phone or fax)
(916) 955-5202 (cell)
*or if you are interested in more information regarding the MACC course, please contact the STC Field Representative: