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State of New Jersey, Civil Service Commission
Governor Phil Murphy • Lt.Governor Sheila Oliver

Scheduled Date:
Thursday, December 12, 2019

Mercer County College
1200 Old Trenton Rd
West Windsor, NJ 08550

Cost per Person: $159

Pre- Requisite: None

Length: 6 hours

Time: 8:30am - 4:00pm



Critical thinking is the bridge from ineffectiveness to optimum effectiveness. Critical thinking -- the ability to proficiently conceptualize, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information to reach an answer or conclusion -- is a crucial skill. Employees who think critically possess a highly valued workplace and lifetime ability.  Critical thinking is a catalyst to build positive, meaningful interactions, and successful projects using logical reasoning.  This one-day course is designed to ignite your critical thinking and problem-solving abilities so that you can impactfully contribute to work teams and the organization.


Learning objectives:

  • Define critical and non-critical thinking
  • Identify your critical thinking style(s)
  • Describe various thinking styles
  • Apply the critical thinking process
  • Develop and evaluate explanations
  • Improve key critical thinking skills
  • Prepare and present powerful arguments

Please complete the HR-1 Training Authorization Form to request classroom training. Your direct supervisor, departmental training coordinator and fiscal officer must approve the form. HR-1's received without proper approval will be returned to the Department's Training Coordinator.

You are not scheduled for the requested classroom training until you receive an official email confirmation from CLIP.

Fax your form to 609-777-2336. For any questions, please call the Registration Team at 609-777-2225.


Training Authorization Form

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