City Public Works Director Receives Certified Public Manager Designation

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Photo Courtesy City of Levelland 

City of Levelland Public Works Director Joe Cavazos received his Certified Public Manager designation in Austin yesterday.  He is one of only 3 City of Levelland employees to receive the designation.

The CPM program is a nationally accredited comprehensive statewide management development program specifically for managers in federal, state, and local government and for managers in the not for profit sector. The program’s primary goal is to improve the performance of public and not for profit sector managers and the organizational performance of state, local and federal government. It is a comprehensive course of study by which public managers can acquire and apply the best practices and theory to their management behaviors and strategies using prescribed sets of professional standards. The curriculum uses theory as the foundation and applies it to practical problems facing the participant, their agency/department, and the citizens. Those who complete the program earn a national trademark designation of CPM (Certified Public Manager®).

The Texas CPM Program is a 7 course sequence which leads to a nationally accredited public manager certification. The CPM Program is offered by Texas State University’s William P. Hobby Center for Public service.

Cavazos was joined by his wife Melissa and Levelland City Manager Rick Osburn for the special ceremony held in Austin yesterday.

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