You can easily enroll online for sessions on the Learning Opportunities Registration page:
Tuesday, February 19: Conflict Strategies
- 1:00-4:30 p.m.
- 207 Sneden
- Conflict is present in all aspects of our lives. An individual’s personal professional, and emotional health is greatly affected by how successfully he or she manages conflict. Individuals rely on each other to attain goals and are continually being thrown into situations where they need to handle conflict in a constructive manner – without being taught how to accomplish this. This half-day course will expose individuals to the different ways that people react in conflict situations, show them what their preferred strategy is in situations of conflict, and then help them plan to use a more integrating style of conflict resolution more effectively at work.
- Led by The Employer’s Association
Friday, February 22: Heart Health
- 12:00-1:00 p.m.
- 309 Sneden
- Participants will have an understanding of the function of a healthy heart and implications of lifestyle choices. They will be able to identify a personally appropriate physical activity that improves heart health and name two heart healthy food choices, and will commit to making one heart healthy food change.
- Led by Sheri Orlekoski, RN
Tuesday, February 26: Resumes and Cover Letters
- 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
- 307 Sneden
- Whether you’re interested in a resume makeover or starting from scratch, this session helps participants assess their strengths and create a paper sales document about themselves. We will walk through the basic steps in writing a resume and cover letter that fairly promotes your strengths and experience
- Led by Laura Caulk
Wednesday, February 27: FMLA-What’s in it for you?
- 1:00-2:30 p.m.
- 308 Main
- Have you ever wondered what the Family Medical Leave Act is all about? Have you ever wondered if you or one of your employee’s had a “qualifying event” but were afraid to ask? In this session you will learn the various ins and outs of FMLA, intermittent FMLA, and the GRCC FMLA policy. You will also learn what a qualifying event is for you or an immediate family member and what is covered while you are on leave.
- Led by Jennifer Kelly
Thursday, February 28: Drupal Basics: Editing Content
- 10:30-11:30 a.m.
- 351 Main
- In this course, participants will learn to navigate the Drupal system, understand and use content types, and edit existing content.
- Led by Leigh Jajuga
Thursday, March 7: GRCC Accounts & You
- 1:00-3:00 p.m.
- 351 Main
- Campus accounts can be confusing. As part of our commitment to provide world class customer support, Information Technology would like to offer a refresher course to staff and faculty. This course will provide a walk-through on the types of accounts available to our students and staff and some tips and tricks for getting the most out of them. We will also cover how to use the recently updated password reset tool and, of course, be available to answer other account related questions.We will go over: Online Student Center, Campus Network Login, GRCC Wireless Network, Blackboard, Student Email, Student & Employee Discounts, and printing from a personal device/cloud printing.
- Led by Rachel Bower
Tuesday, March 12: Signs of Marijuana Use
- 10:00-11:00 a.m.
- 307 Sneden
- Scott Nuismer, a certified addictions specialist, will teach both how to recognize the markers of marijuana use and what you can safely do about it. Participants will learn how to recognize biological and physiological sign of marijuana use, as well as interventions to use.