New Course Provides Advanced Coursework to Help HSE Build a Better Management System
NEW YORK — More than two years after it was launched, a new management course that’s aimed at helping HSE and the public sector to improve management processes and to better manage their records has been launched by the New York State Department of Health.
The new course, titled “Post Management: A Course for the New Postmaster General,” is offered by HSE-affiliated colleges and universities as part of the Department of Management and Technology’s “New Postmaster Course” initiative.
It provides a comprehensive look at how to design and implement a management system to better support the delivery of government services and the delivery and maintenance of public services, according to the Department’s website.
Postmaster General and his successor, Gov.
Andrew Cuomo, are working with private institutions to offer the course, said Michael Linneman, a deputy assistant secretary for state.
The new postmaster course, which will be offered at all four HSE campuses in New York City, is being developed in partnership with the New Hampshire Department of Education, said HSE spokesman Jeff Kocher.
The New York Postmasters will be in charge of maintaining the record, which includes the date of delivery, the title and the day of delivery.
The postmaster general is in charge for overseeing the delivery process, Kocter said.
The courses will be delivered through a partnership with HSE’s Postmaster Training Center and the University of New Hampshire, according the website.
The course is also available through online, on-campus and in-person training at HSE colleges and schools.
The postmaster is appointed by the governor and confirmed by the U.S. Senate.
At the time the course was launched in July 2016, the HSE website had no information on the course’s availability.
This is the second such course by the state’s Department of Human Resources and Workforce Development.
In 2014, the New Jersey Department of Workforce and Labor launched a course on workplace and human resource management for HSE employees.
On the H2B visa program, HSE has about 1.2 million employees and employs more than 2,000 people.