PSLI – PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP SERIES
Our flagship PSLI series is a customizable four-module law enforcement program designed to help you grow and foster leadership at every level of your department. Trusted for 25 years by 10,000+ participants, our PSLI roadmaps provide law enforcement entities with targeted solutions to traditional public safety organization pain-points. Facilitated on-site by passionate and seasoned experts, our intensive workplace education programs arm individuals and departments with the practical steps and proactive skills needed to realize their organizational goals. Coupled with robust online learning tools (LMS), departments receive tangible metrics on individual participants’ progress while officers enjoy a flexible extended learning environment. PSLI helps you take an objective view of your workforce and inspires officers to fully realize their roles as guardians/warriors within the communities they serve and protect.
“We have worked with PCA for eight years. Their leadership training is very intense. The classroom part is relaxed with open discussion—but intensity comes when you get put on the spot and out of your comfort zone. They push us into areas that we don’t always consider or think about—until it would otherwise be too late.”Jeff Perry
SCHEDULED PSLI COURSES
PCA Courses 2019
Thank you for your interest in the PSLI Series and other PCA courses for 2019!
Please contact PCA with any questions or registrations for the 2019 series and we will be sure to contact you with specific information.
The first session is currently scheduled for Fishers Police Department, the week of April 8, 2019
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PCA Phone: 614.863.6646
“We have had more than 100 people go through BoB Ross’s leadership programs. He has helped prepare our officers for real leadership. They learn how to communicate more effectively, to be open minded and work well with others who might approach things differently. He is down to earth and truly makes you want to learn and improve.”Captain Dave Hecklinski
A UNIVERSAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM
Our diverse team of expert facilitators, consultants and coaches come from the very organizations and sectors we service. Combining human insight with an open architecture system allows us to design mature and culturally relevant modular curriculums for a broad range of clients. Molded to your identified goals and “pain-points”, PSLI roadmaps typically span four-week-long on-site modules. Our workshop format is experiential, immersive, practical and intensive. Click to see a full PSLI syllabus.
Assessment: Before commissioning an entire training program, some organizations need help articulating the most beneficial developmental strategy, or understanding why a pre-existing strategy has stopped delivering. PCA can help demystify this conundrum with an evaluation. Employing a mix of proprietary tools and 25+ years of experience, we can quantify strengths, identify weaknesses, and give you the metrics and perspectives needed to confidently build an effective action plan. Speak to our team directly or use the program builder below to begin an open dialogue about your targeted curriculum.
Graduation & Certification
Graduates completing all modules receive certificates as part of a formal graduation ceremony. Each year we award outstanding personnel with a PSLI Graduate of the Year trophy. Working in conjunction with law enforcement and educational institutions, the PSLI course contributes towards existing graduate hours.
Use the form below to start a dialogue with PCA about your developmental needs and organizational goals. Please include any relevant information, queries or pain points in the “message” area so we can best serve your inquiry. Based on your selected topics of interest, one of our team will contact you shortly.
We have worked with BoB Ross for at least ten years. He oversees many of our training programs to help our people pick up many of the soft skills they need to function and grow in our organization. I can say that their programs have had a huge impact, with as many as 3,000 people going through their training. They continue to successfully replenish an aging workforce.”Department Chief