Training & Development

Columbus Consolidated Government committeed to promoting and developing its employee talents.

The Learning Center

The Learning Center provides a dynamic variety of workshops, trainings, and educational events throughout the year to take your skills to the next level. Register for a course today!

Bobbee Zorra
Training and Development Coordinator
Government Center | East Wing | 2nd Floor
100 10th Street
Columbus GA, 31902 - 1340
(706) 225-3642

Training Topics

Neogov Learn (LMS) Course Catalog

Learn various methods to use and develop your job role skills that you utilize for everyday in the workplace. Active CCG employees have access to 1,500+ course catalog, the catalog includes course topics around communication skills, teamwork, and ethical decision making.

  • Business Skills
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Driver Safety
  • Health & Safety
  • Leadership & Management
Standard Training
Standard Training

Columbus Consolidated Government employees are subject to regulatory and mandatory training requirements. Those requirements for individuals based on their job duties or position assignment.

  • Harassment Prevention
  • Performance Review
  • Smoking Cessation
LMS Administrator Training

The Learning Management System (LMS), also known as NeoGov Learn, is used across the organization of CCG. The LMS is used to track course registrations, complete mandatory and online trainings, view training history, certifications, and more. To be become an LMS Administrator, ensure the role is right for you and you have supervisor/manager approval before enrollment.

Wellness Training
Wellness Webinars & Workshops

CCG has partnered with CareATC and Pastoral Institute to promote the wellness of our employees and as an organization as a whole.

  • Lunch & Learn
  • Wellness Series

Microsoft Office | Live 1-On-1 Coaching

Get started with Microsoft Office or take your Microsoft Office skills to the next level. The Learning Center provides coaching to support employees interested in improving their skills or workflow in the available coaching levels of Microsoft Office provided:

  • Excel - Knowledge level from Basic to Advance
  • Word - Knowledge level from Basic to Advance
  • PowerPoint - Knowledge level from Basic to Advance
  • Teams - Knowledge level from Basic to Advance
  • Outlook - Knowledge level from Basic to Intermediate
  • SharePoint - Knowledge level Basic to Intermediate
  • OneNote - Knowledge level from Basic to Intermediate

The benefits of these sessions will help you understand Microsoft Office applications enhancing your skills and knowledge. Tailored and individualized support by practicing and providing guidance. 

Sessions can be scheduled from 30-minutes to 1-hour to help you understand Microsoft Office whether it be to develop, train, or improve existing skills for you. 

Training and coaching are now available live, online. 

When submitting a request, please include the following information: 

  • Name & Department
  • Type of Microsoft Office application requesting to focus on during coaching
  • Desired timeframe for coaching
  • Please provide any additional information that will help us assist you. 

Leadership Development Program

The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is designed for potential or existing supervisors and/or managers. The LDP will prepare the employee for the high level of technical proficiency required to manage and operate effectively within the organization.

A certificate in Leadership is presented by Columbus State University Leadership Institute to those who complete the LDP Section 1 & LDP Section 2 courses.

This certificate acknowledges that the individual is a professional with a solid grounding in many of the techniques used by the most successful leaders to manage the workplace. You will have been given the opportunity to successfully:

  • Lead, facilitate and contribute to effective work groups and teams.
  • Enact strategy, including management of contingencies, emergent strategies, and other modifications to existing plans.
  • Identify, assess, and develop appropriate responses to operational and implementation risks.
  • Identify, plan, budget and initiate projects and monitor project performance.
  • Create a shared vision and mobilize energy toward goal achievement; manage organizational change and com-munication; overcome resistance to change.
  • Recognize diversity and its layers; identify barriers and challenges to managing diversity and be able to implement best practices; understand the difference between affirmative action and diversity management; manage the effects of diversity in small groups.
Looking for a training room or computer lab?

The Learning Center has training rooms and computer labs available for training use. Each room/lab is equipped with computers, projector, whiteboard, and high-speed internet.


Rotunda Room


Magnolia Room


Einstein Computer Lab







Cavezza Room


Cherokee Room