Professional Development Training
|Date||Time||Course||How to Register|
Ready - A workshop for early-career PERSI members.
Set - A workshop for mid-career PERSI members.
Go - A workshop for late-career PERSI members.
myPERSI - A myPERSI member portal overview.
|9/20/21||1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||Emotional Intelligence for Remote Teams with DHR - Connection matters. How do we effectively manage emotions and relationships in a time when we can easily feel overwhelmed and isolated from one another? Emotional intelligence in remote teams is structured to provide increased awareness and techniques to build your supervisor skill set. In times of uncertainty, learn to build connection, create engagement, and to respond with intention.|
|9/21/21||10:00 am - 11:00 am||Requisition Training with Purchasing - Join us in a requisition training with our very own Diana Higgins in the Purchasing Department. This training is great for new employees, but also serves as a great refresher for long-standing employees.||Please register with the form below.|
|9/24/21||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||RESPOND: Partnering for Mental Health - This is a program is designed to teach the campus community how to recognize and respond to mental health concerns. It is organized around the acronym RESPOND (Recognize signs; Empathize; Share concerns; Pose open questions; Offer hope; Navigate resources and policy; Do self-care). Content includes a brief overview of mental health problems on college campuses, discussion about stigma and culture, and an overview of signs associated with mental health problems. Mental health problems are addressed broadly to include both subclinical concerns as well as mental illness. Attendees learn how to effectively respond with basic listening and empathy, risk assessment at the lay level, support, referral, and taking care of self (including appropriate boundaries based on role or personal preference). This program also addresses issues such as how FERPA works when mental health concerns exist, and Title IX and confidential sources.||Please register with the form below.|
|9/24/21||10:00 am - 11:00 am|
Learn a Latte' with HR - Medicare Q&A with Todd Stevenson. Join us for our bi-weekly Learn a Latte' in welcoming Todd Stevenson, Medicare Instructor, as he answers any questions you may have about retirement health care.
*No need to register, just join us with this Zoom link: https://lcsc.zoom.us/j/95400450187 *
|Please register with the form below.|
|9/25/21||3:00 pm - 4:00 pm||Benefits Overview and Refresher - Join the HR team in a deep-dive into all your benefits as an LC State Employee!||Please register with the form below.|
|9/27/21||3:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
LC State Center for Teaching and Learning presents - Academic Freedom and State Efforts to Purge Social Justice Education with Gene Straughan
*No need to register, just join us with this Zoom link: https://lcsc.zoom.us/my/centerforteachingandlearning *
|No registration, just join with Zoom link in course description.|
|9/27/21||3:30 pm - 4:30 pm||NWCCU Midcycle Review Student Achievement Measures with Grace Anderson - In August, LC State submitted its NWCCU (regional accreditation) Mid-cycle Report. An evaluation of our status towards Mission Fulfillment by a representative of NWCCU will take place in October. An important part of that review is a self-review of student achievement using comparative peer data and disaggregating by institutionally meaningful categories of students (e.g., race/ethnicity, gender, first generation status and socio-economic status). If you want to learn more about what we found during this institutional self-reflection, join us! Drs. Fred Chilson, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Grace Anderson, Director of Institutional Research & Effectiveness, will share what we found in anticipation of our NWCCU review scheduled to take place on Oct 11-12th, 2021.||Please register with the form below.|