Spring 2018 Training and Development Schedule

**Select the Course # to register for a course or select the Course Title to review the course syllabus.**

 

 
Course #Course TitleStart DateEnd DateAdditional Course RequirementsDescriptionTarget AudiencePre-RequisitesContact Hours
028BD**Developing Essential Communication Skills for Everyday Workplace Success : Online1/22/20182/11/2018NoneThis course teaches leaders fundamental skills regarding communicating successfully within an organization.All EmployeesNone8.0
029BD(HYB)Developing Communication Skills for Leadership Success: Online2/12/2018

3/18/2018

*Face to Face component required for credit*

This course teaches leaders progressive interaction strategies needed to handle diverse challenges and opportunities they may encounter.Current or potential leaders who are Administrators, Faculty, Managers, Coordinators, Directors, or Division ChairsDeveloping Essential Communication Skills for Everyday Workplace Success : Online10.0
Developing Communication Skills for Leadership Success: Face to Face2/27/2018

3/8/2017

Session 1 (pt.1)

Tues, 2/27

9:30 - 11 AM

OR

Mon, 3/5

2-3:30 PM

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Session 2 (pt.2)

Wed, 2/28

1:30 - 3 PM

OR

Thurs, 3/8

10-11:30 AM

Online component must be completed to attend.
032BDTime Management: Online3/5/20183/18/2018NoneTime Management provides tools to achieve goals consistently by managing time effectively.All EmployeesNone3.0
030BD**Conflict Resolution for Everyday Workplace Success: Online3/19/20184/1/2018NoneFocuses on different conflict styles. Detailing when and how to use conflict styles and the importance of adapting your style in response to others and depending on situations.  All EmployeesNone2.0
031BD(HYB)

Managing in Difficult Times & Resolving Conflict for Leadership Success: Online

Cancelled

4/2/2018

4/23/2018

*Face to Face component required for credit* 

This course examines complex difficulties that leaders face while exploring strategies for turning challenges into positive, win-win experiences.Current or potential leaders who are Administrators, Faculty, Managers, Coordinators, Directors, or Division ChairsConflict Resolution for Everyday Workplace Success: Online6.0
4/17/2018

4/25/2018

Session 1 (pt.1)

Tues, 4/17

10 - 11:30 AM

OR

Mon, 4/23

1-2:30 PM

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Session 2 (pt.2)

Thurs, 4/19

2:30 - 4 PM

OR

Wed, 4/25

9:30 - 11 AM

Online component must be completed to attend.

**This course was offered Fall 2017 and has been renamed for the Spring 2018 semester. If you have already completed one of these courses, you do not need to repeat the course this semester.**

Additional Training Opportunities

Course #Course TitleDateTimeDescriptionTarget AudienceContact Hours
034IDAddressing Non-Cognitive Issues in Assignments & Teaching Responding as a Writing Process1/25/2018 3:30 - 5:00 PM
  • Big Picture/It’s all about me
  • Profile Essay (for D2L)
  • Sideshadowing
  • Whole-class Workshop
BC Faculty & StaffTBD
038TCZogoTech: Intermediate Navigator Session3/7/20182:00 - 3:30 PM

Prerequisite: Previous ZT Navigator Training

This ZogoTech Intermediate Navigator session will teach participants how to:

  • Import an Excel list of students into ZT to use as a cohort for analysis and tracking.
  • Create more complex queries using the Student Filters tables.
  • Create a custom report using the Datasheet Templates.
Participants are encouraged to bring a research question to the session to work out in class.
BC Faculty & Staff who have previously participated in a ZT Navigator Training1.5
035IDScaffolding through IRW: Reading2/8/20183:30 - 5:00 PM
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail Assignment
  • Annotation Activity
BC Faculty & StaffTBD
033PESkinny Wednesday2/14/201810:30 - 12:30 PMLearn to create homemade toasted granola and how to prepare berries and chocolate to add in.BC Faculty & Staff0.0
034IDAdvising At-Risk Populations: First-Year, Multicultural, & Under-prepared Students3/8/20189:30 - 11:00 AMThis webinar will identify the characteristics, challenges, and strengths of students whose backgrounds and experiences put them at a greater risk of not achieving their full potential and possibly leaving college before completion. First-year, multicultural and under-prepared students exhibit unique circumstances that need to be addressed in advising. Join us and explore effective skills, attitudes, and strategies that can enhance student success on your campus.BC Faculty & Staff

1.0

036IDScaffolding through IRW: Writing & Revising3/8/20183:30 - 5:00 PM
  • Written Collage (Cut & Paste)
  • Written Skeleton
  • Whole-class workshop (if not covered in Jan.)
BC Faculty & StaffTBD
037IDDesigning and Planning your ALP Writing Sections4/5/20183:30 - 5:00 PM
  • Review Adams’ & Gabriel’s schedules
  • Start scaffolding for our own ALP sections
  • Share ideas
BC Faculty & StaffTBD