Build a Career
An employee must be full-time with at least 6 months of service.
An employee must be enrolled in a degree program at an accredited college/university, a diploma program at a certified technical school, an approved GED program, or an approved CDL program.
In order to be reimbursed, an employee must complete the class/course with a minimum grade of “C” at the undergraduate level or “B” at the graduate level.
Reimbursement covers 100% of tuition, required fees, and textbooks up to a maximum of $3,000 per calendar year.
A method whereby employees are afforded opportunities to increase their skill level, so that there is an available pool of employees, within the City, with talent capable of assuming broader responsibilities at a higher level. Additionally, the Career Development Plan will allow employees to develop within their own positions with additional training and/or certifications, thus providing citizens of Peachtree City with highly qualified and capable employees at all levels and departments. This applies to all full-time employees and all part-time employees who work a minimum of 25 hours or more per week.
The Peachtree City Employee Fitness Center features state-of-the-art treadmills, an adjustable weight stack Gym System, and free weights. The Employee Fitness Center for administrative staff is on the lower level of City Hall, while the Police Department and Fire Departments boast their own fitness centers.
The students must complete the pre-class assignment before attending sessions, and we pay non-exempt supervisory personnel two hours to complete the assignment outside of their work schedule. We do training sessions that cover two chapters at a time. Each session is three hours in length, and the entire training takes about three months to complete. Our training facilitators come from HR, Directors, and other members of middle management. Facilitators expound on chapters, offer exercises, engage in discussions, etc. In the end, the participants receive a certificate and are recognized at a Council meeting.
- 1. Expand Your “Toolkit”
These training sessions will boost your skills, increase your working knowledge, and provide you with the tools and resources you need to thrive. Adding to your “toolkit” will assist you in achieving your most ambitious goals.
- 2. Connect with Your Peers
Being around like-minded people can be inspirational and energizing. You can also build a network of peers that can assist you.
- Learn from Subject-Matter Experts
The STAR training sessions will be led by in-house professionals who can provide you with solutions and innovative new practices.
- Focus on Solutions and Getting Results