Basic Employee Development
Non-supervisory employees can build their professional skills with these courses.
Communications Certificate Program
The Communications Certificate Program is a series of four class modules intended to help County employees become effective communicators.
Continuing Education for County Employees
County employees can build professional skills, upgrade computer skills, broaden your opportunities and expand education.
All employees can take the County’s on-demand online classes for free.
Review key ethics concepts such as Conflict of Interest, the Code of Ethics Ordinance and Florida’s Public Records Law.
Expanded Employee Development Classes
Grow your skill set with classes offered to all Miami-Dade County employees.
Frontline Leadership Development Program (FLDP)
A program designed for employees in non-management positions who provide direct and indirect government services to our residents and visitors.
New Employee Orientation
Miami-Dade County employees are scheduled for New Employee Orientation Training during their new hire processing appointment.
Professional Development Certification Program
If you are a supervisor or upper level management, you can become certified after attending the Professional Development Clinic.
Safety Awareness Training Classes
Safety Awareness Training Classes seek to create a safe, healthy work environment throughout all work sites.
These online courses focus on security awareness and protection of our customer data.
Supervisory Leadership Development
A two-day certificate program offering supervisory and professional level employees tools and strategies to meet the unique challenges in the workplace.
Human Resource Certification
This program has met HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
Professional Engineer Recertification
You can obtain Professional Development Hours by attending the courses offered by Human Resources.
The Human Resources Department provides centralized personnel services for all County departments.
We work with departments to identify and assist with workforce issues including a renewed emphasis on performance management and standardized discipline policies, employee development and knowledge transfer, ongoing evaluation of workplace rules, and implementation of workforce metrics to measure and analyze overtime utilization, absenteeism, appeals, payroll issues, and employee development needs.
We coordinate negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and develop viable and sustainable healthcare options. Employee programs include training, wellness and diversity.
We provide residents and employees with a means to have discrimination cases heard and resolved through investigation, mediation, and appeals.